Homes for Sale in Southeast Colorado Springs

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Southeast Colorado Springs.

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Southeast Colorado Springs Homes for Sale September 25, 2023
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Southeast Colorado Springs Neighborhood

About Southeast Colorado Springs

Those searching for homes for sale in southeast Colorado Springs will find a lively area. In addition to great established neighborhoods there is also new construction. The Powers Corridor has grown quickly and offers ample amenities. Similarly, the area near Interstate 25 has much to offer.

There are single-family homes, townhomes, and condos available in this area of town. Find homes built in the 1950s to present day. There are affordable ramblers and newer homes. Also, find a home with a large yard or a smaller one for easier maintenance. Homes in southeast Colorado Springs are close to the Colorado Springs Airport, Peterson Space Force Bace, and Schriever Space Force Base. In addition, it's easy to get downtown and the area includes many neighborhood parks.

Popular Neighborhoods in Southeast Colorado Springs

There are many great neighborhoods in southeast Colorado Springs. Two to consider are Spring Creek and Park Hill. Spring Creek is a newer development for this area of town. Situated just a few miles south of downtown, this area offers single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. Furthermore, if you are looking to decide the finishing touches on a new construction home, you can in this neighborhood.

Park Hill is an older neighborhood with most of the homes built in the 1960s. For this reason, there are mature trees and wide roads. This area is desirable because of the close location to downtown and the fact that many homes are being updated to raise property values.

Southeast Colorado Springs Home Prices and Statistics

Find townhomes and condos that start in the $200s in this area of town. Single-family homes for sale in southeast Colorado Springs start in the $300s and go to the $500s. Subsequently, there are few luxury homes. Southeast Colorado Springs is a good place to look if you are searching for affordable homes.

Southeast Colorado Springs is home to 46,175 residents. Because of the large number of residents, the population density is 4,373 people per square mile. Also, the average year built for homes is 1978.

Southeast Colorado Springs is full of established neighborhoods. It holds some of the most lively areas of town. It is located next to downtown and stretches to the Colorado Springs Airport. There are iconic restaurants and parks in this part of town. There is always something going on and there are a variety of homes available. Find historic homes close to downtown as well as new construction near the airport and everything in between.


“Alive” is the best way to define the community around southeast Colorado Springs. Families enjoy coming to eat at Fargo's Pizza. It feels like you are stepping back in time when entering this restaurant. The staff is dressed in period clothing and the player piano fills the air with music. When your pizza is ready, your number will magically appear on a mirror on the wall. In addition, there is an arcade with a variety of games.

The Patty Jewett Golf Course, The Olympic Training Center, and Memorial Park are other gems of southeast Colorado Springs. Within Memorial park, find a YMCA swimming pool. There is also a tennis center, the Sertich Ice Center and Prospect Lake. On Labor Day, Memorial Park is home to the Labor Day Lift Off. It's an event that brings in a huge number of hot air balloons and visitors. Come to see the balloons lit up at night or taking off in the morning. Watch for them in the skies during the morning hours around the Labor Day holiday.

Many other amenities are also available in this area. The Citadel Mall, The Home Depot, and Walmart Supercenter can be found. There are also many parks and the area is near Peterson Air Force Base. Visit The National Museum of World War II Aviation and the Peterson Air and Space Museum.


Several school districts serve this area. Colorado Springs District 11 and Harrison School District 2 have the largest presence. A few schools in the area include James Irwin Charter Middle School and Globe Charter School. In addition, Divine Redeemer Catholic School offers a private education.