Southwest Colorado Springs, surrounding the base of Cheyenne Mountain, is an area with a rich history, a large community college, lots of outdoor recreation, and a variety of neighborhoods. At one end, there's affordable Stratton Meadows, with bungalows built from kits purchased from the Sears and Roebuck catalog after WWII. To the west of Nevada Ave/Hwy 115 are some of the most expensive homes in Colorado Springs, including historic mansions and Broadmoor townhomes surrounding the famous 5-star Broadmoor Hotel, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Cheyenne Canyon Park, upscale homes in the foothills, and the Broadmoor Resort Community, with luxury custom homes valued at over $5M. It also extends north toward downtown, including the historic Ivywild district close to downtown, which is transitioning into a hip, young area. The Nevada avenue corridor south of downtown is also part of the 80906 zip code. This blighted area contains strip motels and pawn shops, but is on the brink of vast redevelopment, which will transform the neighborhood with new restaurants, housing and retail. This search is includes Skyway, Upper Skyway, Gold Hill Mesa, The Broadmoor, Cheyenne Canyon, and Broadmoor Bluffs running from west of I-25 from Cimmaron to Cheyenne Mountain State Park.
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