Do You Know What’s in a Name My husband and I used to own a few rental properties in Downtown Colorado Springs. Most of our tenants were Colorado College students, … Read more
Why Mimi Foster is the Best Old North End Colorado Springs Realtor For over a decade, my husband Dave and I restored more than a dozen Victorian homes in Downtown … Read more
During the gold rush of the late 1890’s in nearby Cripple Creek, people flooded into Colorado Springs with their newfound wealth and built homes worthy of their new social status. … Read more
Over the past 120 years, carriage houses and garages have been turned into small bungalows, so when you drive around Downtown Colorado Springs, you often see stately mansions and rambling family homes with a tiny one-bedroom house next door. Over the years, lot lines were re-drawn to make these individual homes their own sellable entities.