Whether your roots run deep in the Pikes Peak region or you’re a visitor who enjoys fresh air, scenery and outdoor recreation, Colorado Springs offers direct access to mountain adventure.

In fact, some of America’s finest athletes consider the city a priority destination.  Hundreds of elite Olympic competitors, for example, have come for high altitude training.  Marathoners, cyclists, track & field competitors and more can train nearby on our challenging mountain peaks and trails.  In addition, more than 10,000 athletes – Olympians, Paralympians and Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls — train here at the U.S. Olympic Training Center each year.   Colorado Springs is also preparing to celebrate the April 2020 opening of the nation’s first U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame.  The new $75 million downtown complex will feature highly interactive exhibit spaces, a state-of-the-art-theater, a gift shop, café and digital broadcast studio, spectacular RFID technology and full accessibility.  No wonder we’re known as Olympic City USA!

Imagine having all this – in addition to Garden of the Gods Park, the United States Air Force Academy, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and more — just minutes from your home.  Over the years Broadmoor Properties brokers have introduced newcomers and relocating families to our Broadmoor, Old North End, Kissing Camels and other distinctive neighborhoods.  Some chose a single family home overlooking the city or a villa in a maintained, gated community; others opted for the amenities and convenience of a classic Broadmoor Brownstone or West Residence.  And all share in our future as Olympic City USA.

Own a home in the Pikes Peak region and thinking about selling this spring?  Or maybe there’s a second home or relocation in your future.  In either case, we’d be honored to help.  Visit us at www.broadmoorproperties.com or call 719-471-6200.