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Colorado Springs Rooftop Deck Homes for Sale

With outdoor living becoming more and more popular, you would think that rooftop decks would be easier to find in Colorado Springs.  That is not the case.  I have found two townhome communities priced under $500,000 with rooftop decks.  Both are located on the West side of Colorado Springs and have unique amenities.

 

Cielito Lindo are the first, that I am aware of, townhomes built with rooftop deck living.  Current inventory here are resales with each townhome offering a unique floorplan.  Located just off of Manitou Avenue they have a high walking score to local shops for coffee, restaurants, entertainment, parks and more.  

Cielto Townhomes Exterior

 

Rooftop decks here are wired and ready for hot tubs, fireplaces, outdoor kitchens and more.  With our 300 plus days of sunshine per year and the natural beauty as scenery this is not only desirable but actively useable space.

Cielito Rooftop Deck

 

Interior floorplans and finishes are all unique and rich with style, color and amenities.  For an update on availability and prices click here.

 

Cielito Interior

 

Garden of the Gods Townhomes are located one block off of Colorado Avenue very close to Garden of the Gods.  These are brand new and under construction.  With only 8 total units the first four are already under contract.   The interior shots do not make sense as it is a construction zone at the moment and does not show anything that would make sense.  The two story living area has a loft feel and some come with full basements for additional living space.  With patios, porches and roof top decks there are multiple outdoor living spaces. These will also offer wiring and plumbing for hot tubs, outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, etc.  Because they are small in number it is best to call or email for updates and availability.  A $500 deposit will reserve the townhome prior to breaking ground.

 

Garden of the Gods Townhomes

 

Across the street is a nice size park with huge trees for easy walking, enjoyment and natural beauty.

 

 

Kelly Young Realtor

About the Author: Kelly Conner Young, GRI

Kelly is an Associate Broker with The Platinum Group Realtors.  She has over 15 years experience in Real Estate in the Colorado Springs and Front Range region of Colorado. She represents buyers and sellers of real estate buying homes, land for sale and mountain property getaways.   Specific areas include:  Black Forest, Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Divide, Falcon, Downtown, Manitou Springs, Monument, Old Colorado City, Westside, Woodmen Hills and Woodland Park. You can reach her at 719-226-0126 or by clicking "email the author" above.

3 commentsKelly Young • March 20 2011 12:15PM

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VERY interesting designs Kelly and they almost look like adobe homes from New Mexico. Great to get all that sunshine up top like that and super they are so close to Garden of the Gods as well. In downtown Dallas we have some pools on top of the skyscrapers which your photos made me think of.

Posted by Gary Woltal, Assoc. Broker Realtor SFR Dallas Ft. Worth (Keller Williams Realty) about 3 years ago

Gary, I love these and the Cielito Lindo townhomes are definitely more a Santa Fe look & feel.  The others will be very modern when completed and can go any direction.  I love the rooftop pools and don't think Colorado Springs offers those (probably because we don't really have a long enough season for them).  

Posted by Kelly Young, Colorado Springs Real Estate ~ 719-226-0126 (The Platinum Group Realtors) about 3 years ago

Location, location, location.....these townhomes have it!  Garden of the God's is my favorite place to run.  Manitou Springs has my favorite workout.   Just think, morning coffee on the patio.  Winding down in the hot tub at the end of the day.  View, view, view...... 

Cielito Lindo townhomes compliment that area's landscape incredibly well.  Great post Kelly.  

Posted by Sondra Meyer - Peterson, Colorado Horse Property Specialist (Star View Real Estate) about 3 years ago

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