Old North End Colorado Springs is a vibrant, historic community within the downtown Colorado Springs area. The Old North End neighborhood is bordered on the west by Monument Park, to the east by Wahsatch Ave to the south by Uintah St and to the north by Monument Creek. You will hear this neighborhood referred to as “The Old North End”, “Old North End”, “North End” or even “ONE”. This neighborhood is full of charm, historic homes and lots of memories. This area developed in a short period of time at the turn of the century as a result of a population boom as well as money from gold mining. Old North End homes for sale tend to have Victorian architecture and elaborate wooden verandas, bay windows, complex wooden decorative work, cupolas, and ornate cut-glass and beveled glass windows.
Homes for sale in Old North End are older quaint bungalows and large estates just north of the center of downtown. Homes for sale in Old North End are typically 1,000 to 10,000 square feet and range from $175,000 to over $1,000,000. The average home in the Old North End has 2,600 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and a median sales price of $440,000. Homes in this area were built from 1890 to the 1980s with the average home built in 1919.
Old North End Colorado Springs is short walk away from Colorado College and the downtown shopping district. Bonnyville, Knob Hill, Hastings, East Hills, Patty Jewett, Prospect Lake, Shooks Run, and the Downtown Central are also popular neighborhoods in the downtown area. There is an occasional project of new construction in this area and townhomes and condos are present, although not plentiful.
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.