Discover a place where the past and the present unite in Old Colorado City. Located just west of downtown Colorado Springs, Old Colorado City is a community that’s steeped in history with roots that date back to the days of the Gold Rush in 1859. What was once a prominent hub and supply center for miners in the mid-1800s is now a distinguished National Historic District. Many of the businesses and homes boast facades reminiscent of the area’s storied past...Old Colorado City was a popular watering hole with many saloons and brothels on the south side of the main road.
If you’re in the market for a home that’s both affordable and close to the city’s center, then you won’t want to miss Old Colorado City. As a bonus it boasts clean, quiet streets, small-town charm, and old-world allure that you’re sure to love. Many of the homes in Old Colorado City are cottages or Victorian houses although you will see some newer homes or modern remodels popping up in recent years.
The approximate boundaries are U.S. Highway 24 to the south, 32nd Street to the west, 13th Street to the east and Uintah Street to the north, with the town square restructured as Bancroft Park. Every Memorial Day, Colorado Blvd that runs down the middle of Old Colorado City is closed off for Territory Days. This is a fun weekend festival complete with activities for the kids, music, vendors, and beer gardens.
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