Northwest Colorado Springs is surrounded by natural beauty and spectacular views of the Rockies and the Rampart Mountain Range. Locals enjoy a vibrant and active lifestyle and Colorado Springs Community Pride. Seasonal activities include hiking, skiing, arts events and farmers markets in the summer. Winters are snowy but not too cold and summers are warm and enjoyable. Each of the neighborhoods in Northwest Colorado Springs has a different flavor and feel. These neighborhoods are: Peregrine, Mountain Shadows, Discovery, Pinecliff and Rockrimmon.
For those in the market to buy or sell a home in Colorado Springs, there is a strong stock of single-family homes, spacious ranch-style homes, homes in gated communities and luxury homes with views of the mountains. Homes in Northwest Colorado Springs list anywhere from $195,000 to $400,000 and beyond, depending on the location.
Residents and anyone interested in Northwest Colorado Springs real estate and information enjoy the city’s close proximity to the best hiking, camping, downhill skiing and backpacking spots in the country. There are many historical attractions to bring out of town guests for a day of sightseeing and recreating. The most prominent and beautiful destination in the area is the Garden of the Gods in Manitou Springs. This national landmark has a nature center, guided tours, picnic areas, hiking trails and a shop and restaurants. There’s also Ute Valley Park with hiking and biking trails and Pulpit Rock Park for spectacular views and pictures at the monument.
Want to take in a round of golf? The Kissing Camels Golf Course at the Garden of the Gods is a 27-hole course with beautiful views of the Rocky Mountains.
For an endurance test, Pike’s Peak is 15 minutes west of Colorado Springs and is a popular attraction for people around the world. Hike to the 14,000 foot summit or spend the day recreating at one of the many lakes or walking and hiking trails.
Situated on the northwest side of Colorado Springs, Rockrimmon is a community of just under 4,000 people. Its proximity to the U.S. Air Force Academy, downtown Colorado Springs and the Rocky Mountains gives this area its appeal. Surrounded by parks and open spaces, residents tend to be active individuals who love to take advantage of all of the outdoor activities that this area has to offer. It remains a popular community for college students, single adults and families alike.
The Peregrine neighborhood is nestled in the foothills of Colorado Springs, a landscape not unlike the rolling hills of Tuscany. The village is surrounded by Woodmen Valley Park (including play spaces and tennis courts) and natural rock formations. Miles of natural hiking trails and protected spaces surround the neighborhood. The geometric tree plantings mimic the old orchards that once grew here. A runnel carries water through its low trough from the entrance to the center of the community. A dry well captures the land's agricultural heritage. The natural elements are beautiful and the setting feels secluded and quiet. La Bellezza at Peregrine is a retreat within a retreat, where you can watch the nimble deer, the sun setting behind the hills, and a falcon circling above in the clouds.