Indian Heights is a very diverse neighborhood nestled into the foothills on the west side of Colorado Springs. There is everything in this area from fixer-uppers to townhomes and apartments to spacious and comfortable hillside single-family homes. Prices here range from 80k up to the lower 300's and lots are typically spacious with mature landscaping.
Living on the west side provides many recreational opportunities. Sondermann Park is a 99.5 acre city designated open space just to the east of Indian Heights. It has a sheltered picnic area, trails, Beidleman Environmental Center, environmental programs, a multi-purpose room, and kitchen facilities. It is wheelchair accessible. Also in the neighborhood is the Pioneer City Park; an 8.9 acre city park. The Park has a baseball/softball field, picnic area, a playground, a football/soccer field, and Pioneers Memorial. The Pike City Park is adjacent to school facilities and has a baseball/softball field and a playground. The Park is 4.3 acres in area.
Just to the south of Indian Heights is Old Colorado City which offers some of the area’s best art galleries, restaurants and bars, as well as some very eclectic shops. Just beyond that is Manitou Springs, which features numerous small shops, a swimming and fitness center, great restaurants, art galleries, an old time penny arcade as well as refreshing natural mineral springs scattered throughout the town. Both of these communities are also very well known for their exciting festivals, including the Emma Crawford Coffin Races and Territory Days. Uintah Gardens is also located to the south of the neighborhood and offers a King Soopers, Walgreens and ARC thrift store, in addition to a number of other smaller shops.
Filmore Rd to the north and Uintah Rd to the south provide easy access to I-25, making Indian Heights a popular neighborhood for military families. Both the Air Force Academy and Fort Carson are about a fifteen to twenty minute drive.
Colorado Springs School District 11 serves the Indian Heights 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. Students here attend Howbert Elementary School, Bristol Elementary School, Holmes Middle School, and Coronado High School.
With its diverse range of affordable and comfortable homes, great parks and open spaces, some of the region’s best shopping and entertainment areas as well as great schools and easy commuting, Indian Heights is a great place to call home.
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