Constitution Hills Homes for Sale

Constitution Hills Homes for Sale: June 12, 2024
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About Constitution Hills

Constitution Hills sits comfortably in the middle of the Powers Corridor area and features many affordable older homes that are well-maintained or remodeled.

The centrality of this neighborhood provides quick and easy access to many amenities, from restaurants and theaters to home improvement stores and other retail and department stores. Constitution Hills is close by several golf courses, public parks, and the Security Service Field, which has pro baseball games on Friday nights that residents love to watch.

This neighborhood’s location close to some of the best public schools in the Colorado Springs area, as well as to military bases and the bustling downtown’s shopping centers and entertainment, makes it a prime location for families with adults who work in the military to live, work, and play.

The neighborhood has a very suburban feeling, with larger and well-established homes, and is family-friendly and dog-friendly. Its sidewalks and access to parks are great for both children and pets!

Its walkability and safety make it a great choice for college students to rent in. The level of student residents means the neighborhood’s atmosphere fluctuates with school semesters and breaks. The start of the new school year always brings fresh faces and an air of excitement to the neighborhood.

Housing Options

Constitution Hills is an older subdivision with many late model houses, mostly built in the early to late 1990’s.

The houses tend to be larger and usually include attached garages. There are many medium-sized homes with 3 bed 2 baths, as well as large 4-bed and 5-bed houses.

In Constitution Hills, slightly more people own than rent their houses, and, with the renting price slightly higher than the Colorado Springs’ average, this might be a wise choice. However, renting is still a great option for students, especially if they plan on moving away after finishing school.

Housing vs Income

The median price of homes is $385,000, which is less expensive than other Colorado neighborhoods, though several houses list for much cheaper.