Marksheffel Homes for Sale
Marksheffel Homes for Sale are added every 10 minutes directly from the MLS. Homes for Sale in Banning Lewis Ranch are newer homes catering to families. Builders in this community include Classic, Covington and Oakwood with base pricing from the low $200s to the $500s.
About Marksheffel, Colorado
Marksheffel is a large, mostly undeveloped part of northeast El Paso County. It is currently under development as the Banning Lewis Ranch. This is a huge master-planned community that will occupy most of the entire Marksheffel area. Banning Lewis Ranch already has a strong infrastructure in place with a large community center, pool and school in place with MUCH more to come. The area extends from Woodmen Rd. on the north to Constitution Ave. on the south and Marksheffel Rd. on the west and Highway 24 on the east. This area is close to Peterson Field and the Colorado Springs Airport. This is an exciting area from a growth standpoint. The developers have an aggressive plan in place and are looking to create a very strong community. This is a great choice is you are looking for a new home in a new community. Similar neighborhoods include: Falcon North
Quick answers to your questions about the Marksheffel Neighborhood in Colorado Springs
Where is Marksheffel Co?
The Marksheffel area of Colorado Springs is located directly east of the Powers Corridor and west of Falcon, Co. This area is fairly newly developed and contains a lot of newer homes with close distance to the convenience of the Powers Corridor. Homes here are geared towards families looking for a great value.
Schools in Marksheffel
Students who live in the Marksheffel area attend Falcon D-49 schools. This includes Falcon Middle School, Falcon High School, and several elementary schools.
Weather in Marksheffel
The weather in the Marksheffel neighborhood tends to be very average compared to other parts of the Colorado Springs area. Average highs in the winter are in the lower 40's with average lows dropping down to 20 degrees. Summertime temperatures average 82-85 degrees with the lows in the 50s. This area usually experiences average snow during the winter, but the spring, summer, and fall are just as lovely as the greater Pikes Peak region.