As its name suggests, Old Colorado City is the oldest part of Colorado Springs. Founded in 1859 as Colorado City, this Old West community was once nearly the capital of the state. The city's importance faded over time, however, as the 1871 founding of Colorado Springs (originally Fountain Colony) and Manitou Springs (originally La Font) essentially cut off the growth of Colorado City towards the mountains. The community was eventually incorporated into Colorado Springs, in 1917.
The Old Colorado City neighborhood has evolved over the years into a cultural center for Colorado Springs, and serves as the site for the annual Territory Days festival that draws more than 125,000 visitors to Colorado Springs each May. Old Colorado City offers a variety of housing options priced from just under $100,000 to just over $400,000. Check out the latest homes to hit the market in Old Colorado City below, or use the search buttons above to see all the current listings in this historic neighborhood.
All the charm of an 1895 Victorian with modern conveniences on a large corner lot. Gourmet eat-in kitchen with built in espresso machine, recessed refrigerator, and islan...
Listing courtesy of Equity Colorado Llc.
House on 9000 Square Foot DOUBLE LOT **ZONED R2 CU *Property has Secondary Access from Alley Behind Deep/Level 1/5 ACRE Lot*3beds /1 bath house build in 1905- Fix-Up Prop...
Listing courtesy of MB-First Choice RE Brokers.
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