By Linde Hyder
Majestic mountain beauty, a vibrant palette of colorful scenery and an outstanding quality of life are but a few of the things that draw people to Colorado Springs. A pleasant climate throughout the four seasons—including warmer temperatures during winter—affords opportunities to enjoy year-round recreation. Here in Colorado Springs, the things to do are limitless and the memories made last a lifetime.
“It’s a wonderful place to live,” exclaims long-time resident and Real Estate Agent, Trish Ingels. “The views are incredible, we’re surrounded by endless natural beauty and there is so much to do, whether it’s mountain biking, hiking, fishing, horseback riding, golfing or just relishing the peacefulness.”
A real estate professional since 1977, Trish is a consistent top producer specializing in the Broadmoor area, a community nestled at the foot of Cheyenne Mountain. Built around the Broadmoor Hotel, a legendary luxury resort built in the early 20th century, this timeless neighborhood features commanding estates and scenic vistas amid a casual atmosphere that is always inviting.
House values are very attractive compared to other parts of the country and the area boasts the number one school district in the state, according to Trish. Furthermore, Colorado Springs is ranked number one on several notable lists including ‘Most Desirable Place to Live’ by US News & World Report, ‘Big Cities to Live In’ by Money Magazine and ‘Best Town’ by Outside Magazine.
Trish, ‘The Broadmoor Specialist,’ is distinguished as having sold the most exclusive estate properties in Colorado Springs history. She has an unparalleled understanding of the Broadmoor market and a passion for the area that is contagious. “It’s a big little town where nature resides in harmony with luxury.”
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