Looking for homes for sale in Central Colorado Springs, CO? Downtown and Central Colorado Springs homes contain a mixture of early to mid‐century historic houses and postmodern, contemporary builds. Downtown urban lofts have recently graced this attractive, tourist area with boutique shops and gourmet restaurants. Ivywild is an exciting mixture of new businesses, like craft spirits and farm-to-fork restaurants and long-established, commemorated restaurants and businesses. Patty Jewett is an elegant, mid-century neighborhood surrounding the Patty Jewett Golf Course. Historic Old North End homes are perfectly preserved, turn-of-the-century jewels. To learn more about Central and Downtown Colorado Springs neighborhoods, read further about Palmer Park, Historic Old North End, Patty Jewett, Ivywild, and Downtown.
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This area is named for “One of the Best Urban Parks” (Elevation Outdoors Magazine 2017), Palmer Park. With a large, bluff, rock formation as it’s centerpiece to tons of mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding trails, this area could satisfy many outdoor adventure needs. Explore a membership to the Colorado Springs Country Club, while you are in the area.
Old North End Historic District is just North of Colorado College. The area was developed in the late 19th century with Spanish Colonial Revival, Modern Movement, International Style and Bungalow architecture. The neighborhood is registered by the National Register of Historic Places.
Imagine tree lined streets with adorable, quaint houses built in the 1920s through the 1950s. If that’s your dream neighborhood, look no further. The bungalows and craftsman style houses are a throwback to traditional neighborhoods, bringing lots of charm and character to Central Colorado Springs. The area is named after the Patty Jewett Golf Course, and borders the Historic Old North End.
A neighborhood with a lot of history and a lot of change. Ivywild Neighborhood Urban Renewal Plan was instituted in 2011 and the neighborhood has seen an influx of craft breweries and gourmet restaurants. This all sits next to long standing businesses, restaurants and homes, giving the area a real eclectic charm. The Ivywild School was closed and sold for redevelopment in 2009, and is now a “green” building that boasts a bakery, a brewery, a couple of bars, urban gardens and a few other small businesses.
Recently, development of Downtown Colorado Springs has seen a real boom. Urban lofts are springing up in all of the nooks and crannies. This area has an intriguing blend of architectural styles and several attractions, museums, shops and restaurants. It’s a tourist’s haven and a local’s playground. Downtown Colorado Springs homes give you access to so much and a fantastic Walkability Score.
The stunning Julie Penrose Fountain at America the Beautiful Park greets all who drive by Downtown on Interstate 25. Be sure to take in an inspiring show with the Colorado Springs Philharmonic at the Pikes Peak Center. Or tour some art & history at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Cottonwood Center for the Arts, McAllister House Museum or the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum. Since you’re in the Olympic City, why not visit the US Olympic Training Center? For higher education, look no further than the beautiful Colorado College or the fantastic University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS).
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