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Downtown Colorado Springs homes consist of a mix of old neighborhoods complete with wide streets, large mature trees, and subdivisions from the early 1900's. 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 business 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 is 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
- 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
The Downtown Colorado Springs is an incredible opportunity for anyone looking to invest in the desirable Colorado Springs real estate market. Within this area you will find a very nice variety of home options, a nice community feel complete with wide streets and
Life In Downtown Area, Colorado Springs
Also, within the central area of Colorado Springs and surrounding downtown are neighborhoods such as Wasson, Patty Jewett and Devine Redeemer. These neighborhoods consist of several established subdivisions built within the last 25 years. One of these neighborhoods that is particularly special is the Patty Jewett neighborhood. This perfect quaint little community has homes from the mid 20th-century combined with a great public golf course. With incredible views of Pikes Peak and the Rocky Mountain Front Range as you tee off the Patty Jewett golf course is a true Colorado Springs Gem. The greater Patty Jewett neighborhood is bordered by La Salle area on the north, Wahsatch on the west, Uintah on the south, and Union on the east as well as the Bonnyville area to the north which makes for an incredibly centralized area within close distance to some of Colorado Spring's local favorites:
- Parks: Garden of the Gods and North Cheyenne Canyon
- Restaurants: Walter's Bistro and Springs Orleans
- Event Centers: Pikes Peak Center and Colorado Springs City Auditorium
- Art Galleries: Colorado Springs Fine Art Center
The Central Area of Colorado Springs which includes the Downtown area has a healthy mix of historic homes which has a cozy old neighborhood and college town feel. There is a nice mix of shopping, local events and local attractions such as art galleries, museums, Colorado Springs City parks, small businesses, and plenty of restaurants from smaller cafe's and Mexican eateries to eclectic bars and more luxurious fine dining all the way to dives and dine-ins in the Colorado College area.
There is plenty of fun and exciting things to do in Downtown Colorado Springs. Family fun, museums, parks and attractions you name it you can do it in Downtown Colorado Springs. You will find an array of art on just about every corner of the small business and entrepreneurial rich streets of Downtown. From the symphony to rock concerts from top artists, you will find something for everyone. The Colorado Springs Philharmonic reaches your artistic core through acoustically opulent sounds that reflect the greatness of the Colorado Springs community and the extent of the human potential through music, creativity, and leadership.
Some of the great events hosted by Downtown Colorado Springs include the Olympic Celebration celebrating the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. This free event is all about the celebration of the powerful 245-athlete United States Olympic Team and their long journey to the Olympics. The Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast is an annual event and fundraiser that supports local military and their families. The event is complete with Native American dancers, horseback riders, live music and some of the best representations of western wear complete with cowboy hats, boots, jeans, bandannas and the spirit of the American West to match. The event is a perfect place to bring your kids with kid corral activities such as face painting, games, and art projects with a delicious hot breakfast for just $5.
Rocky Mountain State Games is another great festival hosted by The city of Colorado Springs, The Colorado Springs Sports Corp, Citizens Solider Connection and ENT Federal Credit Union. This is Colorado's largest multi-sport festival for athletes of all ages and ability level. The games also include athletes with physical disabilities or visual impairment. For more information visit the Rocky Mountain State Games page to find out what sports are included and how to get involved.
The Cavalcade Showcase of Music is another great Downtown Colorado Springs event that had been touted as one of America's first-class high school and middle school music competitions. The event is held at the Pikes Peak Center for Performing Arts.
Downtown Colorado Springs is also home to Colorado College, an ever-expanding campus that is culturally diverse and teeming with academic zeal. Colorado College gives the northern Downtown Colorado Springs area a true college town feel complete with small coffee shops, college bars, and an eclectic feel that provides an array of experiences for both young and old.
The Colorado Springs Labor Day Liftoff is another great annual Colorado Springs event that is sure to impress. Rise early to set sites on some of the most incredible hot air balloons one can imagine. Get up close and personal with these incredible feats of physics as the balloon handlers all set up their lift offs through a public display situated on Memorial Park's open playing fields. Walk through the incredible sites as these aerial displays launch their vessels and watch the massive balloons "dip and dash" as they dip into Prospect lake and before heading high for their morning flights.
Territory Days. This Memorial Day weekend is held in historic Old Colorado City to the west of Downtown. This free three-day street festival hosts 180 booths, plenty of food to choose from, western performances and even wild west gunfight re-enactments.
Downtown Colorado Springs has several parks and open spaces perfect for hiking or walking. Three of its most notable parks are America the Beautiful Park, Monument Valley Park, and Acacia Park. Also nearby are Antlers Park, Dorchester Park, Fountain Park, Shooks Run Park, and Bonforte Park.
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