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Broadmoor

South/Southwest Colorado Springs

The Broadmoor area is located in SW COS, and is a mix of many different housing areas, which we highlight some below. The Broadmoor area features stunning homes with unbelievable views of Colorado Springs at night. It also features turn-of-the-century mansions, brand new luxury homes, condominiums, townhomes and smaller single family homes. This area is steeped in a rich history. Broadmoor is known as a large area at the base of Cheyenne Mountain, but the old part of Broadmoor is its own unique neighborhood. This part of Colorado Springs has a history like no other. The Broadmoor Hotel is just one example. Tourists from all over the country admire the historic Victorian mansions in this area.Old Broadmoor is located right next to Seven Falls and Helen Hunt Falls, at the foot of the mountains, making it a Colorado treasure. Several Country Clubs dot this area and provide many opportunities to enjoy golf, tennis, pickleball, swimming and more.

OLD BROADMOOR
Average Commute to Downtown: 10 minutes
Old Broadmoor homes for sale are some of the most luxurious and exclusive homes in Colorado Springs. Located just southwest of the downtown core, these exceptional properties offer homeowners stunning houses surrounded by some fantastic golf courses and natural parks. Whether you are looking for your next home or retirement property, the Broadmoor real estate offerings will certainly impress. Fantastic local stores and restaurants add to the overall appeal of this sought after part of the city.

BROADMOOR
Average Commute to Downtown COS: 10 minutes
Near Cheyenne Canyon, the entire Broadmoor area is centrally-located and exceptionally-close to hiking, mountain biking, road biking and more. The homes are varied and yards are largely inhabited with wildlife and native landscape. This area certainly feels quintessentially Colorado and offers a variety of home styles, price points and lot sizes.


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