The Pikes Peak region attracts families who love its mountains, trails and outdoor recreation – but Spring in the Rockies is equally breathtaking. From flowering crabapple and plum trees to early jonquils, lilacs and hundreds of native blooming plants, each May our gardens come to life.
If you’ve toured our Broadmoor neighborhoods, you know we are located at the base of Cheyenne Mountain near the five-star Broadmoor Hotel and Resort. Old Broadmoor with its tree-lined streets, historic mansions, cozy cottages and gracious family homes also features a number of spectacular gardens. In fact today’s Broadmoor Garden Club continues a legacy that began in 1935.
Nearby Broadmoor Heights features single family homes on half-acre lots just above the resort’s golf courses, lake and guest accommodations. Each spring this community’s treed landscape features leafing elm, flowering fruit trees, wisteria, lilac and more. The gated, maintained Broadmoor Resort Community’s single family homes, villas and home sites also offer easy access to grassy green common areas, rock outcroppings and pine-shrouded hiking trails – not to mention magnificent city and mountain views.
For those who prefer living at or near The Broadmoor, you’ll find the Broadmoor Brownstones near the hotel’s entrance and Broadmoor West Residences across the lake. Both are within easy walking distance of the Broadmoor Golf Club and all hotel services and amenities. Beautifully landscaped, the West Residences overlook the golf course and are bordered by Colorado-native ground cover, shrubs and thriving flower beds. Brownstone residents also enjoy beautifully maintained grounds and views of the hotel’s many vibrant spring flowers
Considering a visit to our blooming Broadmoor neighborhoods this spring – or for the U.S. Senior Open in June? We invite you to stop by Broadmoor Properties office at The Broadmoor — or visit us at www.broadmoorproperties.com , 719-471-6200.