Luxury and convenience on the West side

Nestled at the foot of Cheyenne Mountain, Broadmoor homes are the pinnacle of luxury living in Southern Colorado. Known primarily for the legendary Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond Broadmoor Hotel and Resort, Broadmoor real estate is studded with opulent luxury homes built mostly in 1920-1940.

Regardless of your budget, Broadmoor homes have a number of great attractions and charming amenities nearby. Trails abound in the nearby parks and the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is one of America’s best. There’s also plenty of restaurants nearby to enjoy, as well as golfing at the Broadmoor Resort, golfing and year-round swimming at the prestigious Country Club of Colorado, a hike through Seven Falls or viewing the unique Starr Kempf Kinetic sculptures. Ample shopping and dining opportunities are both close to the Broadmoor hotel and minutes away at the Broadmoor Town Center off Hwy 115 and Lake Ave.

Broadmoor homes are also prized for the beautiful views – being at the base of Cheyenne Mountain provides gorgeous scenery during the day and city lights at night. The school district is also a big draw for the area.

The Broadmoor area is home to several diverse neighborhoods throughout Southwest Colorado Springs, including neighborhoods like Skyway, Cheyenne Canyon, Broadmoor Resort, The Boulders, Broadmoor Bluffs, Stratton Preserve, and Broadmoor (proper).

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Real Estate Market Stats and Map

For the latest Broadmoor real estate market information, see our monthly market reports.

Broadmoor Real Estate Market Overview
Overall, Broadmoor homes sell for between about $200k (just a few homes) and $2.4m (also just a few homes), with the average 4 bed 4 bath Broadmoor home built in the mid-1970s selling for $530k and price per square foot is about $150. Homes take about 1-2 months to sell, with homes in the higher brackets taking much longer to sell (about 2 years). (MLS data Jan-Jun 2017 single family homes)

Broadmoor Neighborhood Boundaries
The Broadmoor area is located in the SW part of Colorado Springs, nestled in the foothills of Cheyenne Mountain, south of Lower Gold Camp Road (Bear Creek Park), north of Norad Road, west of Highway 115 and in the east foothills of the Rocky Mountains.


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