Homes for Sale in Southwest Colorado Springs
Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Southwest Colorado Springs.
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About Southwest Colorado Springs
The southwest area of Colorado Springs is full of natural and man-made beauty. Homes for sale in southwest Colorado Springs are situated in some beautiful areas. The mountain terrain provides a unique backdrop for homes. This area includes many luxury homes near the Broadmoor Hotel and in the foothills. However, as you travel away from the Broadmoor, find condos, townhomes, and single-family homes with regular price tags.
There are many historic and unique homes near the Broadmoor. For the most part, these homes tend to have lovely landscaping as well. In addition, there are some newer homes in the hills near the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. As you travel down Highway 115, you can also find several great communities. With a close proximity to Fort Carson, the southwest side of town is popular for military personnel.
Popular Neighborhoods in Southwest Colorado Springs
The Broadmoor is certainly a popular area in Southwest Colorado Springs. A few other great neighborhoods to check out are Skyway Park and Hold Hill Mesa. Skyway Park is located near the foot of Cheyenne Mountain. There are some beautiful homes here, many costing over $1 million. The neighborhood connects to Bear Creek Park, allowing for ample outdoor recreation.
Gold Hill Mesa is a master planned community. It includes a community center and residents enjoy attending special events and getting to know one another. In addition, homes have porches for enjoying the lovely views.
Southwest Colorado Springs Homes Prices
Prices for homes for sale in southwest Colorado Springs vary widely. Close to the Broadmoor, in the foothills, and in the newer master planned communities, prices are higher. Expect homes in these areas to range from $500K to well over $1 million. As you get further away from the Broadmoor area, condos, townhomes, and smaller single-family home prices start in the $300s. You can also find land for sale, starting in the $100s.
Surrounding the Broadmoor area and down Hwy. 115 toward Fort Carson, southwest Colorado Springs is full of life and beauty. Luxury homes can be found near the Broadmoor and more affordable houses can be found farther south. This area is home to the stunning Broadmoor resort, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, hiking, and plenty of amenities. In addition, the area contains beautiful parks that elevate the living experience. As a result, Colorado Springs residents enjoy the natural side of the city that can be found near southwest Colorado Springs.
Containing the Broadmoor, the southwest corner exudes beauty and style. The Broadmoor itself provides a wonderful resort with a great pond, golf course, and fine dining.
If looking for a change of pace, there are also many parks to enjoy. North Cheyenne Canyon Park and Stratton Open Space offer miles of hiking trails. For those looking to fish, Quail Lake Park is nearby. This park offers a playground, sledding, fishing, a fitness trail, and more. You don't have to go far to explore all the wonders that Colorado Springs has to offer. Wildlife is also in abundance. Many communities welcome deer and wild turkey populations throughout the year.
Yet local wildlife are not the only residents of this area. On Cheyenne Mountain, you'll find the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Ranked within the top five zoos in all of North America, this zoo contains one of the North America's largest giraffe herds. While at the zoo, visitors can feed the giraffes, watch penguins swim, meet baby animals, and view majestic lions.
The southwest corner of Colorado Springs promises to deliver something truly unique for residents. Once-in-a-lifetime experiences are just outside your backdoor.
Both Cheyenne Mountain School Disrict 12 and Harrison School District 2 provide schooling in this area. To illustrate, District 12 is present in the northern area and District 2 serves the south. As such, many elementary schools, Fox Meadow Middle School, Cheyenne Mountain Junior High School, and Cheyenne Mountain High School are located here. There are also options for those looking for private schools. These include St. Paul Catholic School and The Colorado Springs School.