Banning Lewis Ranch Colorado Springs Homes for Sale
A posh, yet friendly and welcoming, neighborhood community located in the northeastern area of Colorado Springs, Banning Lewis Ranch is the result of major developments completed in the early 2010’s.
Once a quiet prairie, used to raise cattle and horses, this region is now a modern and developed subdivision with a beautifully-designed open area layout and unique houses to suit the diverse and growing community.
Its locality makes it prime real estate for families who want to have easy access to the city amenities available within the wider Powers Corridor.
Strict community architectural guidelines provide a sense of unity and high standards among the Prairie-style homes in this area, which both honor Banning Lewis Ranch’s Old West heritage and embrace modern designs, making it a very beautiful and well-managed subdivision with charm and style, built with the express intention of creating a variety of different subdivision areas with individual flavor, rather than a sprawling suburban area.
This region provides a small-town ambiance as well as having larger community benefits. Its more comfortable, relaxed, old-style subdivision areas are family-friendly and have a neighborly charm and feeling of welcome.
It is also designed to be a very walking-friendly area, with well-planned paths and trails which take you through the whole region and provide a way to walk to some businesses, so it’s possible for some people to walk to work.
Banning Lewis Ranch also offers a wide variety of neighborhood community amenities, such as subdivision pools, parks, and nature trails to be explored. It also has sports fields, tennis courts, and a very active community center, all designed to be open and family-friendly.
Banning Lewis Ranch homes are perfectly suited for the busy life of families. These houses are modern, fitted with newer features, and are spacious enough to comfortably accommodate a family of any size.
These high-quality, luxury houses are affordable and convenient options for families.
Housing vs Income
The median price of homes is $233,275 and the median household income is $70,465.