Life is good in Pueblo. A wide variety of neighborhood options can be found in and around the city and, on average, homes cost less here than in other areas of Colorado and the rest of the nation. From areas with stately and unique Victorian homes to newly developed housing communities, you can find a distinctive neighborhood that best suits your family's needs.
North Side is one of Pueblo's most architecturally, historically and ethnically diverse neighborhoods. Houses range from stately mansions to simple working-class residences.
The community of Eagleridge Estates is a "green development" that offers large home lots, quiet streets and open spaces.
The median age of residents in the popular El Camino community is 42, and there are scores of homes in the neighborhood occupied by families. Other communities south of Pueblo are Regency Park, South Pointe, Ventana and Starlite.
The Estates at Walking Stick is a covenant-protected community on Pueblo's east side that offers residents such diverse activities as homemade green chili contests. The neighborhood is only blocks from Colorado State University "“ Pueblo and Walking Stick Golf Course, rated one of America's top golf courses by Golf Digest magazine.
Pueblo West is a planned community of 28,500 residents just 1 1/2 miles west of the Pueblo city limits. Pueblo West features many unique outdoor attractions and recreational areas, including miles of scenic equestrian trails, the 18-hole Desert Hawk at Pueblo West Golf Course and Lake Pueblo State Park, where residents can hike, fish, bike, camp and much more.
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