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The history of Colorado Springs is rooted in the Gold Rush of the mid-1800s. Here at the eastern foot of the Rockies, you’ll still find evidence of wealthy mine owners in the grand Victorian homes near Cheyenne Mountain as well as of the eclectic and frontiersman’s spirit of the miners down in the foothills and surrounding plains. With more than 300 days of glorious sunshine a year, the dry climate and mellow seasons promote an extremely active lifestyle. Locals and tourists alike enjoy year-round outdoor recreation.

Want next-day Amazon shipping, Uber, and grocery delivery service? This area has all of the modern-day amenities a city slicker can dream of. No matter what area you choose, you will still be reasonably close to any other part of town. Most of your day-to-day needs are reachable within 15 to 20 minutes of wherever you choose to call “home.” With top-rated hospitals and treatment facilities, you won’t have to journey far for specialized services. As a bonus, if you are searching for a bigger city, greater employment opportunities, or just want to get away, Denver is only a little over an hour away!

Central is your typical “downtown” district, complete with quaint shopping and limitless dining and social options. Colorado Springs is also making a respectable name for itself in the micro and craft brewery world, and you will find most of them in Central Colorado Springs. The area is walkable and alive with festivals, markets, sidewalk dining, coffee shops—you name it! Young couples and singles tend to gravitate to Central Colorado Springs because of its exuberance and active social scene. As with most urban centers space is sold at a premium.

Condos, lofts, and townhomes are common, and you can easily step out and walk to most of what you need. The historic district is called Old North End, and here you will find large Victorians from the 1800s. A lot of the neighborhoods are inhabited by the affluent of Colorado Springs (both old money and new), but areas like Patty Jewett and Shooks Run offer all the historic character and charm at more attainable price points.

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