4738 Painted Sky ViewColorado Springs, CO 80916
Cheyenne Mountain holds a wealth of history within its caverns. Designed in 1956 as an underground operations center for the Continental Air Defense Command, the complex now serves the needs of NORAD as an alternative command center and training facility. Located just west of Fort Carson, south of The Springs, Cheyenne Mountain is close to some of the city's best residential neighborhoods, top-rated schools, world-class golf and boasts some of the greatest views around.
No matter what your budget is, the Cheyenne Mountain real estate market caters to everyone. While Southwest Colorado Springs is best-known for the luxurious neighborhoods of Broadmoor, there's also a good mix of duplexes, townhomes, and even a few condominiums available for smaller budgets. That said, single-family homes dominate the market near Cheyenne Mountain and are a popular choice for military families. Tucked away from the bustle of the city and set amongst winding streets with mature landscaping, it's no wonder why families young and old prefer the relaxed atmosphere of Cheyenne Mountain homes.
One of the first things you'll notice about this neighborhood is how quiet and calm it is. There's really no reason for anyone to use these roads to access other parts of the city, so the only traffic driving down the street are often those who live here as well.
Homes near Cheyenne Mountain range in price from an approachable $250,000 for a modest family home to several million dollar estates that lie guarded by the privacy of the mountains and trees. Home prices tend to rise as you gain elevation, largely because these properties have a beautiful view of the city from their elevated perspectives. On average, homes in this area offer a simple amount of property in the front and backyard, which are perfect for small gardens and kids who love to play. Although the area doesn't feature a community center with pool like many of the master-planned communities in northern parts of the city, the tranquility and less-condensed atmosphere are some of its most cherished and charming features.
Southwest Colorado Springs is your gateway to outdoor recreation! There are several hiking and mountain biking trails just down the road from the station in the Cheyenne Mountain State Park. Homes near Cheyenne Mountain are roughly 2.5 hours from Monarch Mountain and other nearby ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains. The many nearby peaks offer endless day and overnight hike excursions for the serious outdoor enthusiasts while the many nearby parks boast easily accessible walking trails for those who prefer a quick stroll after work.
If your family loves animals, then you'll have to check out the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, a mountainside facility with the largest giraffe herd in the world and all of your favorite creatures and critters. When you're not enjoying the many attractions the area has to offer, you'll find all of your everyday amenities down in the Cheyenne Mountain Shopping Center, including a cinema, dinner theater, and the Broadmoor World Arena.
The Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 has 9 schools for grades kindergarten through 12.
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