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Patty Jewett, Colorado Springs

6,122

Elevation

80907

Zip Code

6,891

Population

$73,067

Median Household Income

Based on information from the US Census Bureau https://data.census.gov/
Patty Jewett

 

Patty Jewett 

Fun Facts

Patty Jewett is a very popular area in Downtown Colorado Springs known for its great Patty Jewett Golf Course.

KNOWN FOR...

The Patty Jewett neighborhood is a vibrant, tight-knit, and insanely popular community located on the east side of downtown Colorado Springs. At the center of this neighborhood is the Patty Jewett Golf Course. Established in 1897, this 18-hole course is a public club and predates all but two other golf clubs in the country. Completed in 1910, the course sits under a canopy of 100-year-old trees and provides a park-like backdrop for the entire neighborhood to enjoy.

FROM THE HISTORY BOOKS...

In 1919, William Jewett a member of the Town and Gown Golf Club purchased the golf course property and donated it to the city of Colorado Springs in honor of his wife, Patty Jewett. The original 1899 clubhouse remains in the neighborhood today as a private home located on the corner of Columbia and El Paso Streets. The neighborhood grew up around the golf course with the southwest part of the area developing first and then development moving toward El Paso Street. The Shook's Run Trail was developed on the land where the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad tracks carried passenger north from the Santa Fe Depot east of downtown Colorado Springs.

MADE UP OF...

The Patty Jewett neighborhood is both charming and traditional, featuring a mix of traditional bungalows, Spanish colonial, and craftsmen-style homes. The current trend in the neighborhood is to update these homes in a more contemporary, mid-century style, even "popping the top" which means adding an additional level onto the home.
Generally speaking, the Patty Jewett neighborhood is bordered by Union on the east, Uintah on the south, Wahsatch on the west, and La Salle and the Bonnyville neighborhood  on the north.

THINGS TO DO IN PATTY JEWETT

The Patty Jewett Golf Club is the main draw of the area, providing a great restaurant, and activities in addition to the golf. The Bonn Shopping Center also is a draw with a coffee shop, Ace Hardware and some other local businesses. The Good Neighbors Meeting House is also a popular location to grab something to eat or drink at the Patty Jewett Bar, or to sit a while to recover from your bike ride on Shook's Run Trail.

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Patty Jewett

Real Estate Statistics

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Median Sales Price

$445,000

Days on Market

7 days

Avg Price per sq ft

$323

Sales Price /List Price

100%

Patty Jewett

Commute Times

Here are some of popular commute times from the Patty Jewett Neighborhood.
Colorado Springs Airport
15 minutes
Downtown Colorado Springs
5 minutes
Denver International Airport
1hr 15 minutes
Denver Tech Center
45 minutes

Patty Jewett

Schools

Patty Jewett is in the District 11 School District

ELEMENTARY

Taylor Elementary School is located within the neighborhood and most students attend this school. Students in the western portion of the neighborhood attend Steele Elementary.

MIDDLE/JR HIGH

Galileo Middle School is at the eastern edge of the neighborhood and North Middle is just southwest of the neighborhood. Check the D-11 website for exact boundaries.

HIGH SCHOOL

High school students in the Patty Jewett neighborhood attend Palmer High School. St. Mary's High School and James Irwin Charter school are also other nearby options.

Amenities & Trails

There are some great things to do around the Patty Jewett Neighborhood.

SHOOK'S RUN

The Shooks Run Trail is an easy four-mile paved trail that travels right through the heart of the Patty Jewett neighborhood. Riders often stop by the Good Neighbors Meeting House for breakfast, lunch, or just a cup of coffee.

GOOD NEIGHBORS MEETING HOUSE

The Good Neighbors Meeting House is much more than just a great little Coffee shop. This is the social hub for many in the neighborhood. This place serves breakfast, lunch, and even hosts the occasional community dinner. Stop by, you’ll be glad you did.

BON SHOPPING CENTER

The Bon Shopping Center is located just northwest of the Patty Jewett Neighborhood and offers a wide range of shopping options. While the anchor store is a Safeway Grocery store there are more attractions like Hardware, Pet Supplies, Fitness Center, and a bank just to mention a few.

PATTY JEWETT GOLF COURSE

This historic golf course, bar, and restaurant are open to the public. The golf course opens at 7:30 AM, and players can book a tee time online up to seven days in advance. The bar and restaurant are popular destinations for the entire downtown area.

Frequently  Asked Questions

Why do people live here?

The Patty Jewett Neighborhood attracts residents for many reasons. First, it’s very charming, so this aspect is enough for many potential homebuyers.The premier location of this neighborhood is another factor that makes this neighborhood so popular. Patty Jewett is close to the downtown business district, the Broadmoor Hotel, the Powers Corridor as well as I-25 and Powers Blvd.

How did Patty Jewett get its name? 

Established in 1897 as the “Town and Gown Club,” a group of members eventually funded and built the golf course. William Jewett, one of the founders, eventually bought out the other members, changed the club's name to Patty Jewett after his late wife, and ultimately donated the club to the city of Colorado Springs.

What is the dress code for Patty Jewett Golf Club? 

There is no specific dress code at Patty Jewett Golf Club or the Patty Jewett bar and restaurant. Of course, Shoes and Shirts are required, but Blue jeans are fine, as is classic golf attire.

Are there covenants in Patty Jewett? 

There are no covenants or architectural requirements in the Patty Jewett neighborhood. People often confuse Patty Jewett with the Old North End ONEN. The old North End is a historic neighborhood located just west of Patty Jewett that is well organized and has historical considerations.

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