About Falcon Estates
Falcon Estates homes are located in a very established Colorado Springs community, providing residents with spacious homes, with wide spread between each home and a nostalgic feel, with many houses taking on the Colorado home styles of the 1980’s. Falcon Estates homes represent the heritage and original appeal of Colorado Springs real estate, with cozy, earthy interiors, large outdoor spaces to enjoy the fresh air, private grounds to enjoy, and building-free vistas of the mountains that envelope the area. If you’re in search of a mid-market to upscale Colorado Springs home with bountiful square footage, locally inspired architecture and decor, and a blissful sense of serenity, Falcon Estates is the place for you!
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The real estate market in Flacon could be considered upscale, primarily due to the desirability of the neighborhoods name, the generous square footage of the plots and living space of the homes, and the fantastic availability of green spaces and natural areas to help you get back into touch with nature. Living in Falcon gives you the sought after feeling of living in a Colorado ranch, but without the costly maintenance necessary to live in an actual ranch. Instead, these homes come with spacious, wooded lots that allow for privacy, luxury, and space to enjoy the outdoors, without requiring significant upkeep.
Falcon Estates homes can range between around $300,000 and $700,000, but some larger properties sometimes exceed $1 million. Many of the homes were built between the 1960s and the 1980s, and they showcase the prosperity and simpler lifestyle of Colorado living during that time. They come in rancher-inspired designs ranging from 2,000 to 10,000 square feet and long driveways and oversized windows facing dramatic mountain views.
These western-style homes boast vaulted ceilings, towering stone or brick fireplaces, and warm, original wood panelling. Some of these brilliant housing options feature exposed timber beams, wood doors, accent millwork, covered porches, mid-century modern architectural features, and ranch-style fencing. Some even have sun rooms and French doors to take full advantage of the natural light.
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