The historic part of the Old North End of Colorado Springs isn’t simply a history lesson that is buried away in a dusty old library for safekeeping. No… The Historic Old North End of Colorado Springs presents with storied narratives that are still active today.
Without being square dab in the epicenter of Downtown, the Old North End Neighborhood has basically been preserved to become part of the signature of branding regarding the future plans of Downtown Colorado Springs. Wait until you see our “Olympic City of Champions” really come to life over the next few years. Some of the developmental plans are incredible, and new businesses and restaurants are popping up all over the Downtown area.
While the Old North End Neighborhoods help to protect and enhance the neighborhood streetscape and the preservation of trees, and improving safety and living conditions, the efforts to cooperate with educational institutions, such as Colorado College, cannot be overlooked. For years, Colorado College has been intricately involved with the city and offers the kind of stability that many communities fully appreciate.
The Old North End boasts of beautiful historic homes, large yards with fully mature trees. In fact, the trees create a canopy over the walkways, in which you feel like you’re stepping back in time where individual creativity applied to each and every home that was constructed.
The pace of life is laid back, as you’ll observe many who are walking their dogs, or those riding their bikes, or those who are taking long walks into Downtown, or those who are working on their gardens, or those who are simply visiting other neighbors who’ve lived in the Old North End for years.
Like many parts of Colorado Springs, the Old North End is growing with energy and excitement about all the new things that are happening.
Give me a call if you’re interested to connect with the Old North End vibe for living. Cherise Selley, Broker/Owner of Selley Group Real Estate, LLC, 719-332-4511.