Central Colorado Springs is a rich combination of modern townhomes and condos as well as single family homes from the early 1900's to the 1950's and later. This is a great place to find excellent foreclosure deals with numerous homes listing under 100K. This area is popular with real estate investors, and those just looking on the best deal they can get for a starter home.
Living in Central Colorado Springs means living right on the pulse of the Pikes Peak Region. Downtown Colorado Springs features fantastic dining, an impressive mix of shopping and fabulous nightspots, parks, music venues, art galleries and the city library. The Pioneers Museum is located here and provides over 50,000 visitors a glimpse into the robust history of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Region. Live music shows and other live events are frequent at the Colorado Springs City Auditorium, while America the Beautiful Park offers summertime farmer's markets and a quick cool-off in the towering Julie Penrose Fountain.
Commuting from Central Colorado Springs is a breeze. Nevada Ave provides access south to Fort Carson. Cimarron and Bijou streets provide easy access to I-25 while Platte ave provides an easy route east to the Powers corridor, Peterson AFB and Schriever AFB. Colorado Ave is the main thoroughfare west to Old Colorado City and Manitou Springs.
There are many parks in Central Colorado Springs as well, most notably Monument Valley Park which runs from downtown to the Old North End and has the Pikes Peak Greenway jogging and biking path snaking through it. There is also Acacia Park downtown with the Uncle Wilbur fountain (a popular place for the kiddies), quiet and peaceful Shooks Run Park and Memorial Park that features a lake that is open to fishing and a massive skate park.
District 11, the largest district in the city, is the main school district here; with Palmer High School, the oldest school in the city, as its centerpiece. Other high schools here are Coronado and Wasson as well as the historicColorado School for the Deaf and Blind, founded in 1874. There are also a number of private and charter schools in the area.
Great foreclosure deals, endless things to do, easy commuting, fantastic schools and great parks make Central Colorado Springs a first-rate place to own a home.
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