The Pikes Peak region has earned top national rankings for good reason. The air is clean and fresh, outdoor enthusiasts love the area’s many recreation options, there’s a lot to see and do and the scenery is beautiful. But what about those who live here year round? What features make the area a great place to live today and in the future? Recent headlines point to the area’s reputation as a great place to live.
If you are already familiar with the five-star Broadmoor Hotel’s many amenities and recreational or dining features, you’re in for a treat. After several months in the works, this spring the Main Hotel will debut its new lobby, guest accommodations and refreshed spaces. These updates reflect its classic beauty and historic elements while incorporating upscale features important to today’s guests and visitors.
You’ve probably noticed the neighborhoods at or near the five-star Broadmoor Hotel and Resort are some of the City’s most distinctive. Properties range from contemporary mansions on the hill to Old Broadmoor legacy homes on tree-lined streets, distinctive Brownstone residences near the hotel’s entrance and more.
With a great 2017 behind us, Broadmoor Properties looks forward to another banner year.
Our optimism for 2018 is based on a several factors. Real estate industry economists point to continued low interest rates, demand for housing and robust economic conditions. Add to that the rugged natural beauty of the Pikes Peak region, proximity to unmatched lifestyle amenities at the five-star Broadmoor Hotel and Resort and a strong local economy…
What a year it’s been. Our real estate market has benefited from low mortgage rates, a strong economy and best of all, from the distinctive properties – and the wonderful clients – we at Broadmoor Properties are fortunate to represent….
If you’ve visited our Broadmoor neighborhoods during a stay at the five-star Broadmoor Hotel & Resort, you are probably familiar with the property’s vibrant natural setting. But what is it like to live here year-round? Broadmoor Resort Community homeowners association President Reg McIntyre and his wife, Nancy, purchased their home overlooking the city 12 years ago…