Welcome to Downtown
Downtown Colorado Springs homes consist of a mix of old neighborhoods complete with wide streets, large mature trees, and subdivisions from the early 1900s. These older areas along wood avenue and Nevada just north of central Downtown Colorado Springs are charming and create a truly historic feel that may be antiquated at times yet always full of character and appeal. The surrounding remaining central neighborhoods along the outskirts of downtown consist of small to medium-sized homes which are surrounded by streets lined with trees.
Downtown Colorado Springs homes range from smaller lofts, condominiums, and bungalows, to large Victorian mansions. To the north fo the downtown business district and surrounding Colorado College ingrained with a rich history that led city planners to build wide streets and plant trees that would someday grow mature which lucky today create somewhat of an urban canopy on top of the city providing ample shade which helps the energy efficiency of the area, especially during the summer months. As you move more towards the northern part of Downtown Colorado Springs in the direction of Colorado College you will find beautiful, turn-of-the-century mansions.
Central Downtown Colorado Springs has a host of businesses both small and large making living here an ideal place for someone seeking a higher quality of life within close proximity to many amenities a typical urban setting will provide. To top it off, just about any place around has an incredible view of Pikes Peak making it also an ideal place for nature lovers who still appreciate an urban setting. Homes in the Downtown Colorado Springs area are likely to hold the same view of Pikes Peak which is an impressive one.
From a true urban feel with lofts, condominiums, and urban style apartments to Victorian turn-of-the-century single-family homes that combine charm, character, accessibility, and function Downtown Colorado Springs has an impressive offering. Properties in the central downtown business district are mostly lofts, condominiums, and apartments situated above businesses on the ground level. Some of the amenities included in these properties include:
- High ceilings with original exposed brick
- Deck overlooking a downtown street
- Updated Appliances and Hardwood flooring
As you move east and north towards the Patty Jewett area you will find reasonably priced single-family homes set in quaint early to mid-century neighborhoods. These are smaller bungalows, southwestern adobe style homes and other mixed styles of single-family homes. Within these properties, you will find many attractive features at mid-range price points. These properties are an attractive investment for new home buyers and investors alike. Features of this area include:
- Curb Appeal
- Detached Garages
- Mature Trees
- Refinished Flooring, Patios, and Decks
Downtown Colorado Springs is an incredible opportunity for anyone looking to invest in the desirable Colorado Springs real estate market.