I would like to welcome you to my comprehensive Colorado Springs real estate website. No other site provides more detailed Colorado Springs real estate market information than you’ll find here.
For buyers there is detailed area and neighborhood information and a great search page. For sellers I provide information and data to help you to ready your home for market and to list it so it sells.
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The Colorado Springs real estate market is made up of diverse and interesting communities and neighborhoods. I’ll tell you about each of them and let you narrow your search to the very best for you.
If you’re a buyer, you want to check out my Featured Homes, as they’re selected for their quality and amenities. As a seller, you’ll want to see your home on this page.
- 4020 Foxchase, Colorado Springs, CO 80908
- 5 BD, 8.0 BA
- 692 Silver Oak, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
- 4 BD, 4.0 BA
- 4 Second, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
- 5 BD, 4.0 BA
- 4510 Paramount, Colorado Springs, CO 80918
- 4 BD, 6.0 BA
- 141 Spencer, Manitou Springs, CO 80829
- 0 BD,
Colorado Springs Community Info
Air Force Academy Visitor Center - Exit 156B off Interstate 25, North Gate; 333-2025, usafa.mil. Exhibits, theater, gift shop and nature trail to the Cadet Chapel.
American Numismatic Association Money Museum - 818 N. Cascade Ave.; 632-2646, money.org. The history of money, educational exhibits, special events.
Cave of the Winds - 100 Cave of the Winds Road, Manitou Springs, off U.S. 24; 685-5444, caveofthewinds.com. Terror-dactyl aerial dive, zip line, cave tours, Wind Walker Challenge Course.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - 4250 Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Road; 633-9925, cmzoo.org. More than 950 different animals and about 180 species. See the animals, ride an antique carousel, eat a gourmet lunch at the Grizzly Grill, then ride the Mountaineer Sky Ride to the zoo's summit.
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum - 215 S. Tejon St.; 385-5990, cspm.org. History of the Pikes Peak region and local history archives.
Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center - 1805 N. 30th St.; 634-6666, gardenofgods.com. Nature programs, Junior Ranger program for kids, HD movie on history of the park, gift shop, cafe.
Ghost Town Museum - 400 S. 21st St.; 634-0696, ghosttownmuseum.com. Pieces of the past preserved in an Old West setting.
Manitou Cliff Dwellings - 10 Cliff Road, Manitou Springs, off U.S. 24; 685-5242, cliffdwellingsmuseum.com. Relocated Anasazi cliff dwellings.
May Natural History Museum - 710 Rock Creek Canyon Road; 576-0450, coloradospringsbugmuseum.com. Almost 8,000 tropical insects, butterflies and bugs.
Michael Garman Museum and Magic Town - 2418 W. Colorado Ave.; 471-9391, michaelgarman.com. Sculptures include cowboys, firefighters, soldiers and aviators. Tours, reservations required.
Miramont Castle Museum - 9 Capitol Hill Ave., Manitou Springs; 685-1011, miramontcastle.org. A look at how life might have been in early Manitou Springs, including the volunteer fire department's Hose, Hook and Ladder Company, a tea room and military exhibit. Tours and special events.
Olympic Complex - One Olympic Plaza, 1750 E. Boulder St.; 866-4618, teamusa.org. Olympic Training Center, gift shop, Hall of Fame, tours $5, children under 10 free, senior, group and military discounts.
Pikes Peak Cog Railway - 515 Ruxton Ave., Manitou Springs; 685-5401, cograilway.com. The Manitou & Pikes Peak Railway trains travel to the summit of 14,115-foot Pikes Peak multiple times daily, weather permitting.
Pikes Peak Highway - U.S. 24 west to Cascade; 385-7325, coloradosprings.gov. Paved toll road to the 14,115-foot summit. Open year-round, weather permitting.
Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center - 201 S. Fairview St., Woodland Park; 686-1820, rmdrc.com. Dinosaur and other prehistoric fossils, educational programs, tours.
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