Broadmoor is a historical neighborhood located southwest of Colorado Springs, at the base of the Cheyenne Mountains. It is anchored by the vintage Broadmoor Hotel. The surrounding custom homes were influenced by the European luxury style of the hotel are from the founding days of Colorado Springs. The rich history, mountainous scenery, and affluent living are what draw many to the Broadmoor neighborhood.

Living in Broadmoor

Broadmor offers a unique variety of homes with residences that are adjacent to the resort as well as a private community with over 500 acres of parks and trails and beautiful luxury homes. The resort residences offer single and multilevel homes with access to all the conveniences that the resort has to offer. The private Broadmoor Resort Community offers single family homes, town homes, as well as luxury estates. The gated community overlooks the beautiful Colorado Springs and has 24-hour onsite security staff. Residents are able to purchase a membership to the Broadmoor Hotel and take advantage of all it has to offer.

The average home price in the Broadmoor area is $978,382 with an average household income of $97,363.

Broadmoor Community Activities

With the Broadmoor Hotel being the focal point of the neighborhood, it provides many amenities for its residents. The grounds house the hotel, conference building, sports complex, and spa facility. Accompanying the resort is the Broadmoor World Arena and Broadmoor Golf Club.

Downtown Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak region are just 5 miles away providing an extension of the community. From fun festivals and concerts to museum tours and performances, there is a little something for everyone. Visit Colorado Springs Events page to find upcoming activities for you.

Shopping & Dining Options in Colorado Springs

The grounds of the Broadmoor hotel offer a wide variety of retail and dining options including the Ristorante del Lago, a classic Italian cuisine restaurant on the resort grounds. The luxury of having beautiful Colorado Springs just a few miles adds to the options at hand. Colorado Springs has a warm and welcoming feel, with a large variety of unique shopping and dining attractions.

With over 100 local boutiques and shops, there is endless amounts of retail therapy to be had. The cuisine selection ranges from coffee shops to late-night attractions. There are also an abundant number of local breweries throughout the region.

Places to Go in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs’ location gives it a unique and abundant supply of activities for locals and tourists alike. With over 9,000 acres of parkland and 500 acres of trails, there is endless amounts of nature to explore. It is the outdoor enthusiasts dream! If exploring the mountainous terrain isn’t on your list of to-do’s, there are also many community centers, parks and local attractions for you to explore.

Garden of the Gods – This is one of the most visited attractions within the western region. Garden of Gods is a Natural National Landmark with gorgeous red rocks, trails galore, restaurants, interactive family exhibits, and more.

Manitou Incline Trail – this trail is for those advanced climbers and hikers out there. Gaining over 2000 feet of elevation in less than a mile, it will test your limits and physical endurance. The trail is one of the most popular outdoor attractions in Colorado. During the summer, there are also free shuttles.

Manitou and Pike Peaks Railway (Cog) – this railway is the World’s Highest cog train, ascending 14,115 feet up Pikes Peak throughout the entire year. At the top, you will experience the jaw-dropping panoramic views. From mid-May to mid-September, 6-8 trains run per day.

United States Air Force Academy – the USAFA serves as both an Air Force base and academy for those who are starting their journey with the USAF.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - This is the U.S.’s only mountainous zoo located on Cheyenne Mountain. It is the prime location for families to enjoy wildlife, and amazing view of the Colorado Springs area.

Broadmoor Education and Transportation

The Broadmoor community is part of the Cheyenne Mountain School District. This district has about 4,600 students preschool through 12th grade and has 5 elementary schools, 1 preschool, 1 middle school, 1 high school and a K-12 charter school. Cheyenne Mountain School District is the highest-ranked large school district in Colorado and has over 85% of graduates go on to further their education.

Many use bikes and walking as a means of transportation through the beautiful resort grounds and private estate community. Also, traveling via car to get to the surrounding areas and downtown Colorado Springs is the easiest. Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak region also provide a public transit bus system - Mountain Metro Transit

The Colorado Springs Airport has a small selection of national flights available and the Denver International Airport is just over an hour commute away. The Greyhound Bus System also provides buses throughout the U.S.

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Contact Information

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Cindy Grey
Broadmoor Bluffs Realty
4729 Opus Drive
Colorado Springs CO 80906
Mobile: (719)210-8029
Office: (719)579-9211
Fax: (719)-579-9212