Garden of the Gods Park is surrounded by unique neighborhoods that all offer different amenities and styles of living. Here are 5 that we’ve selected around Garden of the Gods Park.
Bordering the west side of Garden of the Gods Park, a 24-hour manned security gate opens to nearly 1,000 acres of luxury custom homes and breathtaking views. Cedar Heights sits just above the red rocks park in the foothills between Colorado Spring and Manitou Springs, providing a convenient yet secluded setting with over 300 acres specifically set aside as open space. Although most properties in this area are existing home for resale, some Cedar Heights land lots still exist ready to be the site of your future home.
Kissing Camels Estates
Named after the Kissing Camels rock formation in Garden of the Gods park, this gated community provides easy access to shopping and open space. The custom homes are set on large lots and private, quiet streets. Plus, the community includes a pool, rec center, and tennis courts available to residents. Within the gated community, the Garden of the Gods Club operates a 27-hole champions golf course, along with additional club amenities including a restaurant. Perfect for country-club living, with easy access to golf and relaxation.
Affordable and central living in the valley, ideal for families who want to be close to schools, parks and events. This high-demand area has many long-time homeowners and homes that reflect architecture primarily of the 1950’s – 1970’s. With its wide streets, dedicated bike lanes, and access to trails and open space, Pleasant Valley provides a great environment for your adventurer who wants to live with easy access to the Colorado life.
Despite the devastating Waldo Canyon Fire in 2012 which destroyed nearly 350 homes in this area, the community has rebuilt and become even stronger. Community parks and hiking trails provide plenty of outdoor resources and home prices are primarily in the median price range in the Colorado Springs area. Many residents choose Mountain Shadows for its convenient location near Garden of the Gods Rd which is lined with shops, restaurants, and major retailers.
A quirky and lively community with a wide range of homes and history. There are frequently events, parades, and celebrations in this historic small town which is also the gateway to Pikes Peak Cog Railway. The streets are lined with quaint shops and tourist attractions, including the Manitou Arcade, Iron Springs Chateau Theater, and historic Miramont Castle. Homes tend to be older and more historic, offering a great alternative to living in downtown Colorado Springs.