Teller County Real Estate Stats
|Average Home Price||$412K|
|Lowest Priced Home||$1|
|Highest Listing Price||$2.9M|
|Total Property Listings||255|
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Teller County Real Estate
The Teller County real estate market is an exciting one with much to offer and an abundance of opportunity. Not only are there affordable large family dwellings available in the area, but there are several multi-million dollar luxury homes, as well as a wealth of options to purchase vacant land.
The Teller County homes for sale are typical for Colorado country, including cottage, craftsmen, cabin, and farmhouse architecture styles. Whether it is a 2 million dollar, five-bedroom luxury home you’re searching for, or a beautiful three bedroom property for half a million, Teller County has all types of home buyers covered.
Many homes in Teller County offer acres upon acres of land to enjoy. The impressive homes feature soaring vaulted ceilings, open concept layouts, and floor to ceiling windows -- all the better to bring the beautiful views into the home. Utilizing green technology is common in many design features in the area, including double-paned and insulated windows.
The unique features of the landscape in Teller County makes open land very desirable in the area -- and there’s plenty of it. Thousands of acres are available for those looking for the acreage and ranch life. Horseback riding doesn;t get much better than through the Colorado Plains at dusk. Dramatic views of Pikes Peak, meadows, lakes, ponds, treed areas of pine and aspen, rock outcroppings, and more with perimeter fencing can be the site of your dream home.
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Area of Teller County
Teller County is a part of the Colorado Springs area, and one of the furthest away from the downtown core of the big city. It’s still conveniently located just 45 minutes away via US-24 E/W Hwy 24, buty removed enough for the small town charms of country life many search for.
Teller County is made up of smaller communities with their own unique characteristics in the gorgeous landscape at the base of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Viktor, Crystola, Divide, Florissant, Cripple Creek are a few of those sought after communities for home buyers, as well as Woodland Park, which is the largest.
It’s the massive open spaces and available lots to build that bring home buyers to the area. Panoramic views surround the entire country from every vantage point, with Pikes Peak standing tall only a few miles to the east. Life in the communities of Teller County means wide Colorado plains, mountain views and recreation, and small town charms with the big city still close by.
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Teller County is just on the other side of Pikes Peak to Colorado Springs, which provides an occasional break from country life to enjoy the big city. There’s still everything one might need right in Teller County.
Some popular spots in the area for a fun day trip or family outing include:
- Eleven Mile Reservoir
- Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
- Gold Belt Scenic Byway
- Mueller State Park
- Rampart Reservoir
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. Pikes Peak Ranger District and National Forest protects over 230,000 hectares of land, ensuring tourists and locals have the opportunities to enjoy the area.
Teller County FAQs
Q: Who was Teller County named after?
A: Past political differences between area miners and mine owners - many who lived in Colorado Springs - resulted in divided land when the Colorado Legislation created Teller County, named for Senator Henry M. Teller, one of Colorado’s first senators.
Q: What is the most populous city in Teller County?
A: Woodland Park with 7,500 people.
Q: What is the gateway into Teller County?
A: Divide, Colorado along Highway 24 has become known as the gateway into Teller County.
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