Pleasant Valley Neighborhood – Westside Colorado Springs
Pleasant Valley is a classic Colorado Springs west-side neighborhood, just north of Old Colorado City with portions of Pleasant Valley bordering Garden of the Gods. Pleasant Valley has always been a popular area to live as the name speaks for itself. This neighborhood boasts wide tree-lined streets, low traffic, views of Pikes Peak and rock formations for many residents, and the feel of a well-maintained older established neighborhood with a 1950-1960s spin. Whether you are walking, biking, or driving through Pleasant Valley you notice the manicured lawns, large front yards, and a bit of 50’s nostalgia.
The majority of the houses in Pleasant Valley are ranch style and were built in the 1950’s and 1960’s. The square footage average is 1,600 square feet; and with the 1950’s look of the time, you will see many flat roofs within this neighborhood. The neighborhood pool is The Valley Swim Club with membership required, and the neighborhood park is Westmoor Park which has tennis courts, a playground, basketball court and plenty of space to run around.
Pleasant Valley has a convenient location, yet tucked away in the Westside. It is easy to get to whether it is from I-25 or any other direction. From I-25, head west on Uintah street and then turn right (north) on 30th Street and you are in Pleasant Valley. From Highway 24, head north on 31st Street and you are in Pleasant Valley.
Pleasant Valley is located School District 11: Grade school is Howbert; Middle school is Holmes, and the High School is Coronado.