Southwest Real Estate Stats
|Average Home Price||$685K|
|Lowest Priced Home||$318K|
|Highest Listing Price||$1.3M|
|Total Property Listings||4|
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Southwest Colorado Springs Real Estate
There are several communities that make up Southwest Colorado Springs real estate. These communities, which are generally everything south of the Ronald Reagan Highway, are some of the most popular in the city.
Southwest Colorado is a newer area with room to grow, which means many of the homes in the neighborhood are modern, but have enormous amounts of space.
The homes for sale in Southwest Colorado Springs are typically in the suburbs, or on the edges of town with stunning country and mountain views. Large cottage and ranch style split-level homes are most commonly found in the area, with the four bedroom, three bathroom, and attached garage being a common layout.
Many featured homes in the area are completely remodeled, featuring brand new granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, as well as all-new vinyl plank flooring, new carpet, and new paint in the living areas.
The views of the nearby Rocky Mountains and Pikes Peak are best viewed from Southwest Colorado Springs!
Things to Do in Southwest Colorado Springs
In Southwest Colorado Springs, the great outdoors is your backyard.
Everything that makes the Colorado landscape beautiful and adventurous is at most a quick drive away, and as little as a short walk.
Nearby and to the south are the Cheyenne Mountains to explore, whether in the Cheyenne Mountain State Park, the Cheyenne Zoo, or playing a round of golf at the Cheyenne Shadows Golf Club.
Each neighborhood in Southwest Colorado Springs offers a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment options. Stratmoor Hills has a couple of the best coffee shops in the city -- Dutch Bros and Black Bear Coffee and Tea Lodge. The area has plenty of parks and open spaces for playing with the dog, and the Broadmoor neighborhood has the Wag N Wash, a popular pet care provider.
Colorado Springs is a vibrant city filled with art initiatives, excellent dining options, live comedy, museums, and more. Living in the area of Southwest Colorado Springs is experiencing it all while maintaining that connection to the surrounding nature.
The Southwest Downtown Pedestrian Bridge
In Southwest Colorado Springs, there was an active train bridge that impeded access from Vermijo Avenue to the America the Beautiful park.
In 2020, the same design team that developed the nearby U.S. Olympic and Paralympic museum complex, finished the construction of the Southwest Downtown Pedestrian Bridge. It is an architectural marvel and visually stunning design that was inspired by the motion of the Olympic athletes that Colorado Springs takes so much pride in.
Not only does this impressive bridge link the southwest much more easily to the downtown core, but it links together a network of shared pedestrian and bike paths. It’s functionality has helped the residents of Colorado Springs get around much more easily, but it’s also a work of art that stands high above the ground, providing a great view of the setting sun behind the Rockies.
The 250-foot steel bridge stands above the railyard, connected by two interlocking loops at either side.
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