Colorado Springs might not jump off the map as an economic or cultural hub the way larger metro areas like Denver do. But in a quieter, gentler way, Colorado Springs has much to offer, including a low cost of living, a low unemployment rate and a variety of recreation and entertainment options.
Colorado Springs attracts students, professionals and military personnel to the area with a cache of military bases and nationally ranked colleges. Plus, construction in Colorado Springs is booming, with new residences popping up alongside quality schools, parks and cultural attractions.
This area, which is filled with natural wonders of its own, has the additional allure of proximity to ski resorts like Aspen and Vail without the associated steep costs of living and high levels of traffic. And even though its quaint downtown doesn’t have a Bloomingdale’s or Lord & Taylor, Denver’s lineup of storefronts is just an hour’s drive away.
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5 Beds 8 Baths 11,565 SqFt 2.060 Acres
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6 Beds 8 Baths 9,460 SqFt 28.360 Acres
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6 Beds 9 Baths 14,090 SqFt 2.180 Acres
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5 Beds 9 Baths 10,862 SqFt 1.160 Acres
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4 Beds 7 Baths 9,630 SqFt 1.130 Acres
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4 Beds 5 Baths 6,415 SqFt 2.590 Acres