Living in Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs is the largest city by area in the state of Colorado, making it a popular city for many. The town is very close in relation to many recreational destinations such as Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. Downtown Colorado Spring is more Urban and the further you go away from Downtown the neighborhoods start to get more suburban. There is a lot of new construction and new communities being built throughout the city but primarily towards the East.
Colorado Springs Community and Neighborhoods
Downtown Colorado Springs is in high demand due to its charm and convenience to shops and restaurants. It is also where Colorado College is located. Northwest, Southwest and Western Colorado Springs are typically desired for their mature landscaping, closeness to the mountains, trails and wildlife. There is a good mix of newly remodeled properties and prospective older 70s, 80s and 90s homes. There are mainly single family homes in Colorado Springs but near downtown there are loft options as well as townhouses. Northeast and East are home to newer properties, which have a more suburban feel with communities that have amenities such as pools, a recreation center and good schools. Located in close proximity to military bases, Southeast and South Colorado Springs are desirable locations for homeowners.
Moving to Colorado Springs
If you are looking to relocate to Colorado Springs, or buy Colorado Springs real estate, it helps to have all your tools and resources in order. There are several ways that 8z Real Estate can make moving to Colorado Springs easier.
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