Pulpit Rock Homes for Sale

Pulpit Rock homes for sale are located in the Colorado Springs #11 attendance area. This is one of the largest school districts in the entire State of Colorado. This district features a wide range of programs and activities.

People move to the Northeast area for a wide range of reasons. This area offers affordable older homes in a established neighborhood setting featuring a wide range of amenities. Additionally, this area is nearby the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus.

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Open House 03/23 at 1PM
$479,900
Single Family For Sale
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5
BED
4
TOTAL BATHS
3,893
SQFT
855 S Pulpit Rock Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Pulpit Rock Subdivision
$359,900
Single Family For Sale
Active
4
BED
3
TOTAL BATHS
2,554
SQFT
6475 Nanette Way
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Pulpit Rock Subdivision

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About Northeast Colorado Springs

Northeast Colorado Springs is located just south of the Briargate and north of the Central and East parts of town. Homes in this area are a healthy mix of floor plans and styles.

This area really started to see significant growth in the early 1970’s as the city grew northward towards the United States Air Force Academy. Building in this area continues today, although on a very limited scale, mostly on in-fill lots.

This area features higher density residential and restaurants, retail, office and other commercial development especially along the North Nevada corridor near the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Schools for this particular area are a combination of Colorado Springs School District #11 and Academy District #20 and the zip code of northeast is 80918.

People move to this area because it offers a good combination of affordability and convenience. Additionally, the wide range of amenities found in this area makes it a favorite for busy individuals and families.

This is a popular area with a wide range of housing types, businesses, schools, and shopping. Similar neighborhoods include: Powers, Northgate and Briargate

Quick Facts

Quick answers to your questions about the Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Neighborhood in Colorado Springs

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Area Statistics

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Zip Code

80929

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Elevation

6084

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Population

5,569

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Size (area)

30 sq mi

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch School District

D-49

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Average Lot Size

0.26 acres

Marksheffel / Banning Lewis Ranch Commute Time

25 minutes

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 in Banning Lewis Ranch 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.

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