Park Hill Homes for Sale

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Park Hill is an older, more established neighborhood located just east of Downtown Colorado Springs. Conveniently located near each military base in Colorado Springs makes Park Hill ideal for military families to call home.

Peterson Air Force Base can be found to the east, Schriever Air Force Base just beyond Peterson Air Force Base and Fort Carson is nearby as well. There are plenty of shopping opportunities, with Austin Estates having major streets surrounding the neighborhood.

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Park Hill October 26, 2021
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Listed
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Avg. DOM
$238.44
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$346,000
Med. List Price
6 Properties
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Living in Park Hill

The Citadel Mall is to the south, and the Academy corridor shops, the Pioneer Plaza offering everyday shopping, and several movie theaters and restaurants for a night out. Colorado Springs is a very active community. In fact, it's almost as if athletes are grown here. Colorado Springs has sent more athletes to the Olympic games than any other state in America. Commonly, Colorado Springs is referred to as the Olympic City as it is home to the United States Olympic Committee Headquarters and the Olympic Training Center

Colorado Springs generally has dry, sunny weather making outdoor activities ideal and opportunities to get out, be active and stay healthy.

Yes, Colorado Springs does get the occasional snow, but it doesn't usually amount to much compared to other Northern Colorado cities. Colorado Springs has hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails throughout and stunning geographical features like Garden of the Gods and Seven Falls.

Garden of the Gods is a public park that features large formations of red sandstone rocks, and Seven Falls is a set of cascading waterfalls tucked between residential areas of town. Pikes Peak offers spectacular views that make driving up the mountain well worth it. Skiing and snowboarding are available within a few hour's drive to ski resorts such as Vail or Aspen for even more recreation opportunities. 

Schools in Park Hill

Park Hill residents are part of the largest school district in the region, Colorado Springs School District 11, offering a challenging curriculum, college readiness, and various academic options to students.

Being in such a large school district, there is a wide range of ratings among the schools. According to Greatschools.org, James Irwin Charter school was given an excellent 8/10 rating, Globe Charter School, Rudy Elementary School, Thomas Maclaren State Charter School, Atlas Preparatory High School, Sand Creek International Elementary School, James Irwin Charter Elementary School and Soaring Eagles Elementary School all received a 7/10 rating, Wildflower Elementary School, James Irwin Charter Middle School, Atlas Preparatory Middle School, Horizon Middle School, Springs Studio for Academic Excellence, Penrose Elementary School all received a 6/10 rating.

The schools that are assigned to the students in Park Hill are Rogers Elementary rated 3/10, Galileo Middle School rated 2/10 and Mitchell High School rated 1/10, according to Greatschools.org. While these are not the highest ranked schools within the district, there are several charter school options offered and students can apply to attend other schools if they choose. 

Homes in Park Hill

Homes in Park Hill were mostly built in the 1960's and sit alongside wide roads with mature landscaping. The homes in this neighborhood have mostly been updated and remodeled to meet more modern times. Homes are not very large, ranging in size from 1,000 to 2,000 square feet. Prices of homes in Park Hill range in price from mid-$100's to upper $300's making this neighborhood very affordable. There is currently not a Homeowner's Association in the Park Hill neighborhood. 

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