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East Colorado Springs

East Colorado Springs

The East Colorado Springs MLS neighborhoods are moderately priced residential areas east of downtown. These areas are typically hilly with well-established neighborhoods built mostly in the 70's and 80's featuring larger suburban lots with mature trees and views. This region of Colorado Springs boasts extensive walking trails, schools, parks, shopping and hospitals. Village Seven, Villa Loma, Old Farm and Park Hill are neighborhoods in the East Springs area. These neighborhoods offer fabulous views of Pikes Peak!

Appreciation 1996-2006: 49.61%


Area Statistics –
East Colorado Springs – Average Sales Price - $190,812
Average Days on Market – 62
Active Listings - 304

Colorado Springs Real Estate – Average Sales Price - $266,797
Average Days on Market – 82
School district(s): Colorado Springs District 11

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Central Colorado Springs - Downtown

Central Colorado Springs, Downtown

This area is a large section of the city that includes the downtown business district. Homes in this area of Colorado Springs range from 1950's ranch style homes to turn-of-the-century Victorian mansions. Hundreds are drawn to live in Colorado Springs’s newest “old” neighborhood. Short commutes, ample amenities and of course, breathtaking mountain views make downtown a great choice for an active, convenient and increasingly “green” lifestyle.

With close to 200 new housing units completed since 2000 and several hundred more in the planning stages (from street level to high rise), opportunities for living downtown have never been better. Easy access to parks, arts and culture, shopping, dining, personal services and the office (especially if it’s in your live/work loft!) is making downtown Colorado Springs a hot new neighborhood!

Central Colorado Springs - Downtown includes a wide variety of shops, parks, theaters and restaurants. Colorado College occ…