Jun 07

About Black Forest Real Estate NE of Colorado Springs

In the northeastern vistas of rural Colorado Springs real estate, Black Forest offers wooded seclusion and open space for over 13,000 residents.  Life in the Black Forest neighborhoods abounds with recreation, pristine wilderness, stately homes, and good schools.  Residential Black Forest real estate, agricultural real estate, and Black Forest horse properties have plenty of breathing room.  Black Forest includes an expansive 312 square miles of loping hills in northern El Paso County real estate.

If you appreciate Colorado Spring real estate but need to work in Denver, you can choose from Black Forest homes on 5-acre lots, or more, with visiting deer and other creatures that vary with the splendid views off of your deck throughout the seasons.  Just pulling into the long driveway of a Black Forest ranch home with pretty fillies, Thoroughbreds, goats or sheep in the green pasture will immediately depressurize your city life and experiences. Continue reading

Jun 07

Palmer Lake Real Estate N Colorado Springs

The growing Front Range community of Palmer Lake is located in the Tri-Lakes region just 23 miles north of Colorado Springs real estate on Colorado 105.  From the vantage of 7,200 feet on the “Palmer Divide,” the highest point between Colorado Springs and Denver, Palmer Lake, Colorado homes afford sweeping views of the Rocky Mountains foothills and a long list of recreational options.  The rural Palmer Lake CO real estate offers large lots and pristine privacy for its 2500 residents who are willing to pay above-average real-estate prices for the quality of life.  People are increasingly seeking the more rural lifestyle and real estate in Palmer Lake and Monument which are surrounded by red rock and set on the edge of the Air Force Academy and real estate in Colorado Springs. Continue reading

Jun 07

Rural Monument and Palmer NW Colorado Springs Real Estate

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Near Pike’s Peak and the Pike National Forest, the historic town of Monument, Colorado rests at an elevation of 6,960 feet along the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies.  Convenient to both Denver and Colorado Springs real estate, residents are employed in diverse industries along I-25 including farming, ranching, and all that the metro areas have to offer.  The beautiful neighboring Palmer Lake is three miles further into the mountains northwest of Monument real estate, yet with in El Paso County real estate.

Fast growing, these small towns and their rural surrounds are a peaceful haven for 4,000 to 16,000 people, depending on which neighborhoods are counted.  On the fringes of Colorado Springs real estate, properties range from old Victorian Monument homes, to modern equestrian estates, and to lovely manors along the Woodmoor Pines Golf Country Club.  With larger acreage per home, property values of both Monument real estate and Palmer real estate are significantly above average. Continue reading