Homes for Sale in Zip Code 80951
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Homes for sale in zip code 80951 sit in Eastern Colorado Springs. The area encompasses Highway 24 and stretches from the Cimmaron Hills neighborhood to Falcon. Most of the homes in this zip code sit in Claremont Ranch. This neighborhood is located at the corner of Constitution and Marksheffel Rd. Sand Creek runs through the community, which is split by the Sand Creek Disc Golf Course. Originally developed in the year 2000, construction ended in 2010.
Types of Homes for Sale in Zip Code 80951
Homes in this area tend to range from 1,000 to 3,500 square feet and have nice landscaping. Residents enjoy easy access to King Soopers Marketplace, the Powers Corridor, Fort Carson, Schriever Space Force Base, and Peterson Space Force Base. Many homes have porches, columns, and beautiful stonework. Being a newer community, the homes look modern and offer garages. Many also have upgrades, such as granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Homes tend to have an open concept which is great for entertaining and spending time together as a family.
Home Prices in Zip Code 80951
There are both townhomes and single-family homes available in this zip code. The prices for smaller homes and townhomes start in the mid $300s. Not many homes have prices over $500k, making this an affordable part of town. Claremont Ranch only takes up a small area of this zip code. Most of the area along Highway 24 is uninhabited and is simply open space. It’s rare to find a rural property out here. Expect to see antelope, birds, and other wildlife as you drive, and enjoy the wide open spaces, and views of the mountains. If you’re interested in living on the outskirts of town with easy access to the city center, check out this area.