Green Mountain Falls

Nestled in a mountain valley and surrounded by Pike National Forest you’ll find the town of Green Mountain Falls. The population of the town varies throughout the year while families and visitors come and go enjoying their cabins and short-term rental. Real estate in Green Mountain Falls is composed of log cabins, Victorian-style homes as well as modern homes. Residents are able to enjoy the peacefulness of mountain living while enjoying employment and amenities in nearby communities such as Woodland Park, Manitou Springs, and Colorado Springs.

Green Mountain Falls Real Estate Stats

Average Home Price $564K
Lowest Priced Home $5K
Highest Listing Price $26.5M
Total Property Listings 2,379
Avg. Price/SQFT $231

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The homes for sale in Green Mountain Falls are perfect for buyers looking for the charms of small town life. Retired folks and working families who commute both call Green Mountain Falls home. In the summer, the population -- which is less than 1000 -- grows because of the great vacation home options.

Farmhouse, ranch, cottage, cabin, and craftsmen are typical home styles you would find in the Green Mountain Falls real estate market. There’s an abundance of open land in the area as well for those looking at building the home in the foothills they’ve always dreamed of.

Whether closer to the mountains, the trees, or the lake, the homes in Green Mountain Falls make the most of the space and the views. High square footage homes on plots of land that can cover an enormous range are the benefits of living here.

Residents of Green Mountain Falls appreciate the unique Colorado country lifestyle, while maintaining employment and education opportunities. There are plenty of both in the nearby communities of Woodland Park and Manitou Springs -- both only 10 minutes away. Even Colorado Springs is only 15 miles away for the ideal urban getaway

Area of Green Mountain Falls

Green Mountain falls sits nestled in the great outdoors, just 15 miles northwest of Colorado Springs via Hwy 24 N. It is surrounded on three sides by the Pike National Forest, over 230,000 acres of protected land. The community is part of Teller County, and sits at the base of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.

In the heart of the community lies Gazebo Lake, an oasis for the town in Colorado country. In the changing landscape that weaves throughout Green Mountain Falls, you’ll be able to find waterfalls, hiking trails, exciting wildlife, awe-inspiring cliffs, colorful wildflowers, and much more.

Things to Do in Green Mountain Falls

Green Mountain Falls has a long and interesting history. It was first along the Ute Pass Trail for tribesman, and then Spanish explorers, and then settled as a vacation spot for early settlers. The community now celebrates their story with many fun and interesting things to do.

Stones, Bones, and Wood is a gallery of gifts that was a modern trading post. It’s now a haven for boutique shoppers, representing artist’s work and selling handcrafted items like jewellery, clothing, leather good, pottery, and much more.

The Outlook Lodge was built in the 1800s, and is now a magnificent getaway retreat. Fireplaces, private hot tubs, outdoor excursions, and fine dining are just a few of the amenities at this local favourite place to spend a night or two.

Pikes Peak being so close also offers incredible opportunities for world class hiking, biking, horseback riding, camping, and climbing. There’s plenty of shops, restaurants, and historical monuments to enjoy and explore there.

Having Colorado Springs so close also grants the opportunity to head there on a whim, whether it’s to see a show, visit friends, or grab a bit at your favorite restaurant.

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