Old North End & Downtown
Average Year Built: 1904
Commute to Downtown: 5-10 minutes bike ride!
The Old North End is right in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs, and neighbors Colorado College. This area is unlike any other part of town, with turn-of-the-century charm everywhere you look. The streets are extra-wide to accommodate horses and buggies. The Old North End is also one of the most expensive parts of town, as these one-of-a-kind homes become more popular every decade.
Downtown Colorado Springs has a long and storied history founded in 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer, this area is home to a wide range of housing options, from grand Victorian mansions, modest bungalows, modern lofts, and everything in between. The average age of homes downtown were built in 1958.The downtown area offers a wide range of shopping alternatives, from big chain supermarkets to small boutiques and old Mom and Pops shops. This area is also home to a brand new soccer stadium and hockey arena, the award winning United State Olympic Museum, two large hospitals, many cultural and theatre options, a golf course and numerous parks. Additionally, this area is home to Colorado College, a four-year liberal arts institution. People move to the downtown area because they love the character and convenience. Residents of this area enjoy a wide range of shopping, dining, restaurants, entertainment and parks, all just minutes from the foot of Pikes Peak and the National Forest. This is a great area for those looking for convenience and amenities in a character-rich urban setting.
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