The newest Chick-Fil-A, located at 5905 Dublin Blvd. (Dublin & Powers) opens today! This is good news as the next closest restaurant (near Target on Powers) is always overflowing with guests! The new restaurant is 5,300 square feet in size. It features a drive-thru lane that can handle 200-cars anRead More →
New Restaurant on Stetson Hills Blvd! Hops n Drops specializes in 100% Angus burgers, cold beer, and “ice” drops served in glasses made of ice! Located in the King Soopers shopping center, this restaurant is very accessible. From sandwiches, to burgers, to salads, to mac and cheese–there is something forRead More →
Focus on the Space The secret to hosting family and friends in your home is planning early; and even more so for a holiday like Thanksgiving. First, take an assessment of your home and the spaces and the activities that will be happening, then make a list of what needsRead More →
Did you know that you don’t have to travel far to take a mini vacation? In fact, you can easily do a “staycation” right here in Colorado! With colder weather already, here is one staycation that is sure to warm you up! Mount Princeton Hot Springs Before the roadsRead More →
With colder weather approaching, it’s important to start preparing your home for winter. Aaron Hunt of Hunt Property Inspections joins us to discuss steps that you can take to protect your home in winter.
Fall is upon us– but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the beautiful outdoors here in Colorado! Take a jacket, breathe in the crisp, fall air and enjoy the colors of leaves turning! Just in case you didn’t already know, there are a number of hikes in close proximityRead More →
Colorado Springs certainly has a lot to offer in the way of food and dining. There is a vast array of food options–fast food, sit-down, upscale. Honestly, there is something for everyone here, but have you tried some of these newer restaurants that are under 10 minutes from you? LonghornRead More →
My thanks to guest author Nick Fransioli, a local State Farm Insurance agent. While getting homeowner’s insurance is an important part of the home-buying process, even reviewing your current policy – especially for items common for Old Farm – could prove to be very helpful. Before you are able toRead More →
While there was a big jump in average sold price and number of closed sales over last year, the extremely low number of homes in inventory is actually holding back the sales levels.
Preliminary real estate stats for this spring is showing Old Farm is a HOT market. (Update: view spring statistics for Old Farm here.) But even in a hot market, not all sales that are taking place are for top dollar. Sometimes sellers are leaving money on the table unknowingly. Here areRead More →