The Patty Jewett golf course neighborhood has its roots sunk deep in the history of the Pikes Peak Region. The quaint and cozy homes in this area were built from 1900 to the 1950's and prices range from the 100's to the 300's. Lots here tend to have lush, green shrubbery amidst stately oak trees. Many of the homes here back up to the golf course and have custom upgrades and modern makeovers.
Of course, the centerpiece of the neighborhood is the Patty Jewett Municipal Golf Course. The golf course has been open for play continuously since 1898, making it one of the oldest courses in the United States. The full service golf shop here has the distinction of catering to a variety of clientele, from avid golfers to casual golfers and even non-golfers.
In addition to the golf course, the Patty Jewett neighborhood offers plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy the Colorado lifestyle. Shook's Run to the west provides a nice bike/walking path for an after-dinner stroll. Bon Park also provides a playground, picnic areas and baseball fields. The Bon Shopping Center offers a grocery store, hardware store and several other small, eclectic shops.
Just a few minutes away from Patty Jewett is Downtown Colorado Springs, which features fantastic dining, an impressive mix of shopping and fabulous nightspots, parks, music venues, art galleries and the city library. The Pioneers Museum is located here and provides over 50,000 visitors a glimpse into the robust history of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Region. Live music shows and other live events are frequent at the Colorado Springs City Auditorium, while America the Beautiful Park offers summertime farmer's markets and a quick cool-off in the impressive Julie Penrose Fountain.
Uintah Rd to the south of the neighborhood provides very easy access to I-25, making commuting to the Air Force Academy and Fort Carson a breeze, both of which are only about a fifteen to twenty minute drive. Colorado Springs School District 11 serves the Patty Jewett neighborhood. As the largest district in the city, D11 offers parents and Students the most academic choices in addition to a challenging and innovative curriculum. Most students here attend Taylor Elementary School, Steele Elementary School, North Elementary School, and Palmer High School.
With its classic and quaint homes, golf course, parks, central location and great school, Patty Jewett is a great place to come home.
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