Indigo Ranch sits on an elevation overlooking Colorado Springs and El Paso county.
Because this area is on a hill, some of the homes facing the west embrace a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains. The Indigo Ranch stands out with a sophisticated look thanks to brick walls around the entrances.
Petersen Road separates Indigo Ranch, which is situated in the Powers Corridor real estate area, into two localities. When there, you are 5 minutes away from the Powers Corridor or Marksheffel Road. These two roadways run north and south through the city of Colorado Springs for miles and allow convenient access to many of its parts.
The Indigo Ranch housing development is still relatively new to the area. This subdivision contains homes that were built earlier in the decade, as well as homes built within the last year. Many homes feature designated open space land to the rear and stucco facades. Ranch style townhomes are available as well as stucco homes.
In 2008 the smallest sales price of Colorado Springs homes for sale
in Indigo Ranch is $175,000 and 1,294 finished sq. feet. The smallest home is two bedrooms, 2 baths, and a two car garage. The typical home sales price is $286,290 and is 2,553 finished sq. feet. The typical home sold is a three bedroom, three baths, and has a 2 vehicle garage. The maximum sales price in 2008 is $505,246 and is 4,542 finished sq. feet. The maximum home is a five bedroom, 4 baths, and a three vehicle garage.
There are some townhomes in Indigo Ranch homes for sale that were built in the mid 2000s. The typical townhome sales price is $325,000 and is 3,089 finished sq. feet. The typical number of bedrooms is 3, and 3 baths, and a two car garage.
The Indigo Ranch neighborhood has a new highschool neighboring its north side. Vista Ridge High School, located in the Greenhaven locale, opened its doors in 2008-2009. Now it is serving grades 9-10. They will add a grade annually and by 2010-2011 will have grades 9-12. The high school’s focus is on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics but offers a complete curriculum for all scholars. Their colours are Columbia blue and black and they are known as the’wolves’.
The school of attendance for middle school is Skyview Middle college. The primary school for this neighborhood is Stetson primary school.
the neighborhood to the south is the Stetson Hills neighborhood. Stetson Hills contains many parks and open spaces. Land is being developed to the north, and also located to the north are some established houses with acreage. To the east are the new houses of Banning Lewis Ranch. Ridgeview is the neighborhood to the west separated by Sand stream. Ducks are typically seen taking a swim on the damned areas of Sand stream.
Indigo Ranch has fast access to Marksheffel Road which goes directly to road 24. The commute to Peterson is roughly fifteen minutes or eight miles. It is roughly twenty-six mins to Schriever Air Force Base or seventeen miles. This neighborhood has simple access to the developed neighborhoods of Falcon approximately a ten minute drive to the east. The Colorado Springs airport is approximately 11 miles or a sixteen minute commute.
There are plenty of open spaces to stroll within the Indigo Ranch neighborhood. To the west is Sand creek and there are walking trails along the creek. You can take your dog for a stroll or simply hike along the Creek. Future town plans include making the trails concrete.
The Powers Corridor is roughly 5 mins from Indigo Ranch. The Corridor offers shopping, dining, and a big movie theater. There are masses of places to play golf not very far from the Powers Corridor. Cherokee Ridge golf Course, World golf & Sand creek golf, and the Springs Ranch golf course are all inside a short drive from the Ranch, roughly 8-10 mins. The Springs Ranch golf course is an 18-hole golf course. Along the Powers Corridor is also the Sky Sox Stadium approximately 2.45 miles and a 5 minute drive. The Stadium produces a big fireworks display on the 4th of July as well as pro baseball games.
VillaSport, an athletic club and spa is located within 10 mins from Indigo Ranch to the west. The Club has an indoor and outdoor pool. The outside swimming pool has a water slide and lazy stream, and an adult section if you want some quiet time. Their exercise program has everything from pilates to private training. They also offer massage and body treatments. It is a family club and is open to the public. The club is roughly four miles from Indigo Ranch, or eight mins.
The Ken Jordan Park, a town park, is located in Indigo Ranch. The park offers T-ball/baseball field, basketball court, horseshoe pits, a picnic area, a playground, and a climbing structure. It also has a .25 mile sidewalk loop.