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Old 07-16-2018, 07:04 AM
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Our home is in Gleneagle neighborhood, district 20 or 38 - it is unincorporated Co Springs. We are 5 minutes from Fox Park, the AFA, and there is also open space at the end of our cul de sac. We back up to a 5 acre Sun Hills property that cannot be subdivided. I always felt like we lived in a small town up here, my son saw someone he knew everywhere we went. I felt both districts accommodated my special needs child well. The house is 3900 sq feet with 3 bdrooms, 2 bath on top floor, 1 large bedroom/bath on garden level and powder room on middle level.

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Old 07-22-2018, 06:44 PM
Location: Back in COLORADO!!!
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I'm a native of Colorado Springs and have lived here most of my life. If I could afford to live anywhere in town, it would be the old north end, Patty Jewett, Shook's Run, or Divine Redeemer. Actually, anything west of Union, south of Constitution, north of Pike's Peak, and east of I25 would be just fine.

Even though I should know better, I love older, historic homes. Sadly, for financial reasons, I'll likely have to stay where I'm at for now.
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Old 07-22-2018, 10:32 PM
Location: Colorado Springs
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So many wonderful choices, my top favs in Colorado Springs are some of the older/prestigious areas; such as the Old North End, Broadmoor, Broadmoor Bluffs, Cheyenne Mountain area, and there are some really wonderful city gems in the central part of town, such as, the area behind Palmer Park and West toward Old Colorado City and Manitou. There's a beautiful area by the Patty Jewitt Golf course just slightly east of the Old North End.

So, many fun places to explore ...I recommend you determine where you'd like to be in regards to schooling, budget and take some time to visit some of these areas...many of these homes in these areas are older and may need updating, or work...so, your preference in neighborhood might also depend on the architectural style predominant in specific areas, size, lot, layout etc...there are many beautiful homes, and areas in the springs to explore!!
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