This neighborhood was developed in the 1970s in the foothills, which means there isn’t a straight street in the whole place and the houses look like they belong on The Brady Bunch. Odd-shaped lots sit on hillsides covered with scrub oak and it’s not unusual to see a herd of deer or bighorn sheep stopping traffic.
Flagship Address: Oak Hills Drive
The Neighbors: Expect to see your neighbors going to work in uniform. A lot of higher-ranking military officers live here because of its proximity to the U.S. Air Force Academy. Also find white-collar professionals, teachers and business owners. Some choose this area because of its inclusion in the excellent Air Academy School District.
Also Consider: Peregrine
The Neighbors: Same as in Rockrimmon but with higher incomes. Homes are larger, newer and more distinctive, and they sit on oversized and irregularly shaped lots with great city views and lots of wildlife. It’s an area for people who value privacy.