The Colorado Springs real estate subdivision of Gleneagle is located east of I-25 from the Air Force Academy on the north end of town. Due to it's great location, Gleneagle is home to many Air Force Officers from the Air Force Academy, as well as professionals commuting to Colorado Springs or Denver.
Several neighborhoods make up the Gleneagle area and the development there has been continuous for about 30 years, so housing styles range from Colorado Contemporary to Spanish to Traditional. There are many 6-bedroom beauties up and down the rolling hills of this large, but yet quite intimate area that is still as popular today as it was when it was first conceived years ago. Gleneagle is home to empty nesters, small and large families and besides the golf course there’s plenty to do outdoors. Home prices in Gleneage range from the mid $200s to over $1 M with many of the homes having a million dollar view of the Air Force Academy, Pikes Peak, and the Front Range.
Recent development on Gleneagle’s northern border has added lots of shopping, churches, banks and city-center-like amenities that now keep Gleneagle residents closer to home.
Visit the Market Analysis for the Northgate Area that includes Gleneagle.
Academy District 20 schools serving the Gleneagle area include: Antelope Trails Elementary, Discovery Canyon, Challenger Middle School, and Pine Creek High School.
There are a few town home communities for those that prefer to not maintain yards or would like main level living. Visit Gleneagle Town homes for more details.