Homes for Sale in Old Colorado City

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Old Colorado City.

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Old Colorado City Homes for Sale January 27, 2023
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$324.88
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$490,000
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About Old Colorado City

Many of the homes for sale in Old Colorado City are historic and quirky. This part of town includes a bustling retail area with shops, restaurants, and art galleries. For this reason, many people who live in Old Colorado City can walk to shopping, dining, and entertainment. In addition, Old Colorado City is a densely populated area. As such, residents enjoy a steady stream of events and activities. Territory Days is one of the biggest events to happen in this area.

Find a vintage style charm in Old Colorado City. If you are looking for a quirky area of town, this is it. Located on the west side of Colorado Springs, it's a neighbor to Manitou Springs. In the area, find many historic buildings. These house local restaurants and shops and provide a historic look into Colorado’s origins. The homes mirror this look. They naturally connect to the historic vibe of the neighborhood.

Types of Homes for Sale in Old Colorado City

There are many types of homes available in Old Colorado City. Most are single-family homes. In addition to these, condos, townhomes, and land can be found. There are also many historic homes near the retail area of Old Colorado City. However, as the area has grown, some newer homes are available as well. Some homes have some really great views of Garden of the Gods, Red Rock Canyon Open Space, or Bear Creek Regional Park.

Many of the properties have great yards. There are some spacious lots, but most homes are generally close together. Because of the age of the homes, you can find mature tree-lined streets and many long-time residents.

Old Colorado City Home Prices and Statistics

Although vacant land is getting more difficult to find, you can sometimes find lots for $130K and up. Condos and townhomes start in the $300s. Single-family home prices start in the $300s for smaller homes, or those that need work. For the most part, single-family homes have prices from the $400s to the $800s. Larger homes and luxury homes have prices from the $900s and up.

Old Colorado City is home to 9,293 households with a population density of 3,940 people per square mile. The average year built for a home is 1970. The population has been steadily increasing, as this is a popular area with vintage charm and easy access to hiking, biking, and the mountains.

Community

The shops, restaurants and galleries are central to the neighborhood. As a result, many residents can walk to amenities from their homes. Furthermore, many visitors flock to the area to shop, dine, and attend events. There’s always something going on.

Walk down W. Colorado Ave. to find lunch and shop. There is also an active nightlife. La Baguette Bakery and Café is a popular place to eat. Others include Mother Muff's Kitchen and Spirits and Thunder and Buttons. When craving sweets, try Old Colorado Creamery or the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.

Additionally, explore nearby hiking spots and parks. Garden of the Gods and Red Rock Canyon Open Space are close. Both areas offer red rock formations that dazzle all visitors. The views are stunning. Local parks include Bancroft Park and Thorndale Park. All are great places to spend time with family and friends.

During the summer, don't miss Territory Days. This happens every year during Memorial Day Weekend. It's been a tradition for more than 40 years. During the event, find vendors, Native American dancing, and great food. There are also educational displays to learn about the early days of the city.

Children in Old Colorado City attend Colorado Springs School District 11. Local schools include Bristol Elementary School and West Middle School. Mountain Song Community School is also located in the area. This public charter school is a member of the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education.