Cripple Creek

Cripple Creek is a historic gold mining town that offers a sparse, suburban feel. This close-knit town offers year-round community events and is home to a number of attractions. Its rich history attracts visitors from all over the state. Real Estate In Cripple Creek includes everything from new construction homes, to historic properties, as well as land available for development. Cripple Creek is looking to develop land within the community to promote job growth and housing for residents.

Cripple Creek Real Estate Stats

Average Home Price $164K
Lowest Priced Home $10K
Highest Listing Price $3.1M
Total Property Listings 89
Avg. Price/SQFT $246

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Cripple Creek Real Estate

The Cripple Creek Real Estate market is on the rise. Because there is an established community here, with interest from home buyers, and so much available land, the community is developing more land for commercial and residential purposes. This historic town aims to be a thriving community set in a panoramic setting.

There are a variety of homes for sale in Cripple Creek. The styles are typical for the rural Colorado area, including ranch and cabin. These multi-level homes offer spectacular views of Pikes Peak from the vaulted windows to the extended balconies. Open concept layouts allow for large dining rooms and luxury features like a double sided wood fireplace, or a basement with extra storage space.

Although there are great family homes listed here, Cripple Creek has a substantial amount of vacant land for sale. It’s a great opportunity to join a quiet, but growing community by building the home of your dreams. You can choose your bedroom view, the spot you want your patio, and there’s even options to combine lots to add even more acres to the property.

Area of Cripple Creek

The Cripple Creek community is roughly an hour drive from the heart of Colorado Springs, via CO-67 N and US-24 E/W Hwy 24. Between them is the stunning Pikes Peak, a part of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, as well the Pike National Forest, which is over a million acres of forested area.

Cripple Creek is a part of Teller County, which also includes tight knit communities such as Woodland Park and Green Mountain Falls.

Things to Do in Cripple Creek

Cripple Creek has a lively side to them with nine casinos all within walking distance of each other. This means fun nights out, fantastic cocktails, and excellent dining options right here in the small community.

Cripple Creek has strong roots to the gold rush, and today that history is celebrated in that many fun attractions locals can take pride in year round. Many of them do not only aim to teach about the history of the past, but provide opportunity to appreciate the arts and culture that still exists today. A few of these popular spots include:

  • Butte Theater
  • Cripple Creek District Museum
  • Cripple Creek Heritage and Information Center
  • Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine
  • Outlaws and Lawmen Jail Museum
  • The Old Homestead House

There are so many fun ways to explore the forests, mountains, and rivers of the area, whether it’s on foot, bike, or horseback. Along the way there are some amazing destinations to look out for, or join a guided tour to discover more, such as:

  • Newmont Mine Tours
  • The Cripple Creek Donkeys
  • Cripple Creek and Viktor Narrow Gauge Railroad

The Cripple Creek town motto is “Get Out and Play More” and that certainly comes easy here.

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