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Pueblo, Colorado

Pueblo, Colorado

Travel south on I-25 from Colorado Springs to this railroad town of Pueblo. It’s a city with growth on its mind, with an active and forward-thinking, diverse citizenship. Their motto, “Small city vibes under big open skies,” perfectly fits the foothills city not far from Colorado’s favorite pastimes, like hiking, skiing, fishing, and much more.

If you like a bustling, on-the-move city with the option of pine-covered trails, Pueblo might the perfect next home for you. Sip and stroll at the riverwalk one day and explore the 700+ dirt roads with access to plenty of terrains the next. The Wet Mountains and Arkansas River Valley are ready and waiting!

Old Colorado City, Colorado 

Old Colorado City, Colorado 

Old Colorado City is the quaint neighborhood you’ve been looking for. Once its own city but now a historic neighborhood in Colorado Springs, this darling commercial district is on the National Register of Historic Places. Think perfect filming location for a Hallmark Christmas movie! Snuggle into a historic home or find something more modern. The options run the gamut. Either way, you’ll love living in this picturesque part of Colorado, the mountains framing your view and the history whispering from the past.

Fountain, Colorado

Fountain, Colorado

Southeast of Colorado Springs and next to Fort Carson is an area of Colorado overshadowed by the Springs, but no less in history and beauty. The Fountain area boasts the same views of the mountains but stays close to its prairie roots. The area’s location is like living in the country while looking at the Front Range, the perfect combination for the quiet life with access to urban fun in Colorado Springs. New neighborhood developments have room to grow in this prairie landscape, which means schools and services will grow along with them. Growing families who like wide open spaces and access to the outdoor life will love making this area home for a long time to come. Come explore this promising valley.

Calhan, Colorado

Calhan, Colorado

Welcome to the small, but perfectly placed rural town north east of Colorado Springs on U.S. Route 24, Calhan Colorado! Founded in 1888, the center of town historically sits as the highest point between Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains. The highest Non-Mountain town in the United States. One mile south of Calhan are the famous Paint Mines. Could this town of approximately under 800 people, be a forever home for you and your family? Let’s talk about it!

Florissant, Colorado

Florissant, Colorado

West of Colorado Springs on the other side of Pikes Peak, you’ll find the sweet little slice of heaven largely untouched by big city hands. It was established in 1870, and we’re glad everyone kind of forgot about it! There are plenty of trail heads, brooks and outdoor fun for the Colorado nature lover.

Cripple Creek, Colorado

Cripple Creek, Colorado

The mountain valley city of Cripple Creek was founded on top of a mining camp, where striking it rich in gold was the dream of many. Today, the history and beauty of this area draws many. Historic buildings, train rides, mine tours and more greet the person looking to step back in time. But it’s really the beauty of the area that lifts people’s heads to the skyline. Surrounded by rolling hills of evergreens and hemmed in by the Rocky Mountains, you’ll feel a little closer to heaven with the classic bright blue skies of Colorado overhead. Make Cripple Creek the new homebase that puts a smile on your face.

Peyton, Colorado

Peyton, Colorado

Just east of Colorado Springs (and a small jog North), you’ll find this sweet corner of Colorado. It’s where you stop before the crowds and congestion, where there’s plenty of room to stretch out and lay down some roots. Enjoy this prairie town while still having the Rocky Mountains out your windows. You can take in quite a bit of the range from Peyton. This is the perfect area for someone who likes their breathing room but knows the mountains and city are nearby. The prairie is calling you home!

Teller County

Teller County

Make Teller County your next home base for fun in Colorado, where gold was discovered in Cripple Creek by H.T. Wood in 1874. Just 20 miles west of Colorado Springs, discover this lesser-known area of the Rockies front range. On the back side of Pikes Peak, you’ll find gems like Woodland Park, Eleven Mile Reservoir, and Manitou Lake Picnic Area.

Security-Widefield, CO

Security-Widefield, CO

Located just southeast of Colorado Springs, Security-Widefield is suburban community at the base of the Rocky Mountains. A view of Pike’s Peak and a short drive from the Garden of the Gods make this area ideal for the outdoor and nature lover. It is accessible by major highways and the Colorado Springs Airport.

This is also the hometown of Lorraine! She grew up here and can help you find the perfect place to call home in the cozy community.

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