Knob Hill Colorado Springs is a historic neighborhood located just east of the Colorado Springs Central Business District. Knob Hill is home to some significant historical sites. The Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind is located in Knob Hill as well as the Historic Union Printers Home and Inventor Nikola Tesla's original wireless power experimental station. Unfortunately, the Tesla station was torn down in 1904.
Homes for sale in Knob Hill are older quaint bungalows on tree lined street. Homes for sale in Knob Hill are typically 700 to 3,500 square feet and range from $195,000 to 350,000. Knob Hill also has a commercial, retail area. Bonnyville, Hastings, Patty Jewett, Prospect Lake, Shooks Run, East Hills, downtown Colorado Springs and the Old North End are also popular neighborhoods in the downtown area. There is an occasional project of new construction in this area and townhomes and condos are pretty rare in Bonnyville.
Convenience is key to living in the downtown Colorado Springs area, and many people love being a comfortable walk away from their favorite downtown restaurant or to activities at the vibrant Colorado College.