Patty Jewett is a very popular area within the downtown Colorado Springs area. Generally speaking, the greater Patty Jewett neighborhood is bordered by Union on the east, Uintah on the south, Wahsatch on the west, and La Salle in the Bonnyville area on the north. This area is not defined specifically in the MLS, but rather is represented by several different areas. The Patty Jewett part of town is full of charm and character. And it’s connected to major history in our city.
The golf club was established in 1897 and predates all but two other golf clubs in the country. The golf course was built in 1910, and then in 1919, the course was given to the city of Colorado Springs by W.K. Jewett in honor of his late wife, Patty Stuart Jewett. Now we know the neighborhood around this course by this same honor.
Homes for sale in Patty Jewett are older quaint bungalows on a tree-lined street. Homes for sale in Patty Jewett are typically 1,500 to 3,500 square feet and range from $200,000 to 600,000. The median sales price in Patty Jewett is $325,000. Homes for sale in this area on average have 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and 1,700 square feet. This neighborhood is also close to the Bonn Shopping Center, a small retail district with a Safeway and other conveniences just a short walk away.
Knob Hill, Hastings, East Hills, Prospect Lake, Shooks Run, 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 Patty Jewett.
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.