We know that visitors to our community not only enjoy vacationing here – once they visit they hate to leave. The area’s brilliant landscape of mountains, high plains, canyons, rivers, forests and desert lands make Colorado one of the most desirable states to live and visit. National metrics indicate that among the state’s cities, Colorado Springs ranks ahead of more expensive metro areas in each of four key rankings. Among the highest: “family life and fun.”
Broadmoor Properties brokers Michael Raedel and Tim Sheridan can address the topic firsthand. Both men have grown up and raised their own families in the shadow of Pikes Peak. They understand the importance of convenient access to Denver, mountain communities and nearby trails, parks and open space. Best of all, they know our community well. Combined they’ve established a 30+ year track record as real estate professionals.
They understand the area’s highly rated schools are an important family benefit. Both public and private K-12 school districts including the Broadmoor area’s Cheyenne Mountain District 12 ranks among the state’s best.
And for those who choose to make the Pikes Peak region a full-time or retirement destination, there are countless ways to get involved. The Broadmoor Resort Community, for example, has organized a Trails committee for those who love hiking the area’s 20 miles of unspoiled natural trails and open space. An optional Broadmoor Golf Club membership offers yet another way to socialize, meet friends at the Grill, enjoy monthly member mixers and join colleagues for a round of championship golf or tennis. In addition, the Broadmoor Spa/Fitness Center provides a great place to work out – or indulge in a morning of lap swimming, yoga or beauty treatment of your choice.
Interested in learning more? Give Michael or Tim a call at 719-471-6200 or visit www.broadmoorproperties.com
“In Loving Memory of our Dear Friend and Creative Writer, Becky Hurley”