Jun 08

Colorado Springs Homes in Rockrimmon

A model development in northwest Colorado Springs Colorado real estate, Tamarron at Rockrimmon (or simply Rockrimmon) offers a variety of options in well-established neighborhoods.  This area of Colorado Springs CO real estate features awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain views, proximity to Pikes Peak, the Garden of the Gods, and Ute Valley Park.  Rockrimmon is one of the largest established neighborhoods in Colorado Springs real estate.

From townhomes and condos to custom Rockrimmon homes on acre lots, Tamarron at Rockrimmon offers price points from affordable to million-dollar luxury properties along the Front Range corridor near Interstate 25.  Rockrimmon extends along I-25 from Woodmen Road to Rockrimmon Boulevard.  Other surrounding Colorado Springs CO neighborhoods include homes in beautiful Pinion Valley, convenient Holland Park, prestigious Cedar Heights, and wooded Discovery, new homes in Mountain Shadows, pristine Peregrine, secluded Pinecliff, as well as Oak Valley, Woodmen Valley, Woodmen Oaks, and Apple Valley.

Established during a growth spurt in the 1980s, Rockrimmon is now served by plenty of schools, shopping venues, services, clubs, parks, and playgrounds.  Colorado Springs District 20 schools including Foothills Elementary School, Eagleview Middle School, and Air Academy High School, which is located on the grounds of the United States Air Force Academy.  Ute Valley Park, the most beloved of the Colorado Springs parks, lies to the east.  Its forested bluffs, slick rock, wetlands, peeping wildlife offer a quick getaway for residents who get out into the fresh air.  The Park offers miles of mountain biking and hiking trails including single track.

Colorado Springs is the county seat and most populous city within El Paso County.  Over 400, 000 residents live in hundreds of lovely neighborhoods, some newer, some historic, most with mature trees.  A popular tourist destination for over a century, the city offers healing spas, wonderful restaurants, community activities, and proximity to mountain recreation such as skiing.

Residents find a wide range of employment options, including the High-Tech Corridor near Rockrimmon and a large military and government presence in the area.  The State Capitol in Denver, a national transportation hub, is less than an hour’s drive to the north, readily available for employment, cultural and sporting events, and world-class shopping.  Money Magazine selected Colorado Springs as the No. 1 Best Big City in its “Best Places to Live” ratings for cities of over 300,000.