Colorado Springs
Briargate, Northgate, and School District 20 areas
The north end of Colorado Springs is home to some of the best schools in Colorado. District 20 ( is an excellent school district offering choice programs to tailor your child’s educational needs. The area has a wide variety of housing options. From condos and townhomes starting right around 100,000, single family homes averaging in the low 400’s, to million dollar homes on acreage, this is a wonderful place to live. Great schools, great neighborhoods and easy access to all of Colorado Springs and Denver. There are high end shops and restaurants, a links style public golf course and many other features in this lifestyle community.

This part of the city is characterized by foothill views and lots of wildlife! Deer and foxes are a common site in the area. This area has excellent schools and is split between District 20 and District 11. All of the schools in this area are very high performing schools! The area has housing options starting right around $100,000 for condos and townhomes, single family homes averaging in the mid 400’s, up to $1,000,000 for luxury homes. The area is close to Colorado Springs’ technology center, downtown and I-25 for easy access to Denver.

Powers Corridor
One of the fastest growing areas in town is along the Powers Corridor. Powers is a major North/South corridor in Colorado Springs extending from the north end of town at Hwy 83 down to the city of Fountain on the south end of the county. Most of the area is covered by school district 49 with some covered by District 11. D49 is one of the city’s best districts with some of the newest schools in the area. Over the last few years this area has had a lot of growth, supporting the schools and the infrastructure. The Powers Corridor is home to some of the area’s newest shops and attractions including a couple public golf courses, movie theaters (IMAX) and more. Housing options in this area start at $100,000 for condos and townhomes with single family homes averaging in the mid 250’s. Upper end homes in this area run in the low 400’s.

Downtown area
The downtown “core” is a wonderful area with homes built from the late 1800’s to around the mid 1900’s. The area features mature landscaping (up to 100 year old trees!), quiet tree lined streets, easy access to the downtown area, parks, a wonderful public golf course and more! The area is served by school district 11, Colorado Springs’ largest school district. The area is popular with the younger “gen Y and gen X” demographic as well as professionals, retirees, singles and more. It is a “hip” place to live and is a melting pot of the city’s demographic. Properties range from the low 100’s for single family homes, condos and townhomes to over $1,000,000 for homes on the desirable “old north end”. The average single family home is in the upper 200’s. Back in the heyday of the Gold Rush, the old north end was called Millionaires Row because that’s where the money was buying homes. It is characterized by Victorian Era construction with some homes having more that 7,000 sq ft of living space. The downtown area is also influence by Colorado College, a highly regarded private liberal arts college.

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