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131 Apartments for rent in Gleneagle, CO

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Check out 131 verified apartments for rent in Gleneagle, CO with rents starting as low as $1850. Some apartments for rent in Gleneagle might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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14505 Air Garden Lane
14505 Air Garden Lane
Gleneagle, CO
4 Bedrooms
$2,995
4053 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Stunning 4 bed, plus office and loft Home - This home is impeccable. Walk in to see your formal office with french doors, and built in shelves. Open living room with hardwood flooring, gas fireplace.
1 Unit Available
14438 Secret Glen Grove
14438 Secret Glen Grove
Gleneagle, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
2811 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Updated Ranch Style Patio Home in the Summer Glen Estates! - * Ranch style gem tucked away in an upscale gated community.
1 Unit Available
460 Wuthering Heights Drive
460 Wuthering Height Drive
Gleneagle, CO
4 Bedrooms
$2,000
2610 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
460 Wuthering Heights Drive Available 10/01/20 460 Wuthering Heights - 9 mo or 20-22 mo BUILT 1984 GROUP 2 Four level home on 1/2 acre lot with great views and native landscaping with enclosed dog run.
1 Unit Available
14480 Tierra Drive
14480 Tierra Drive
Gleneagle, CO
5 Bedrooms
$2,495
4221 sqft
Last updated April 12 at 10:27 AM
Fabulous....Large....5bd Plus Office Home in D20 Northgate/Falcons Nest Area - Great location just minutes from the North Gate of the Air Force Academy with easy commutes and quick access to I-25.
1 Unit Available
611 Blue Ridge PT
611 Blue Ridge Pt
Gleneagle, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,875
2202 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
What a great home! - This is a beautiful home that you will love calling home! Great open floor plan that will lead to many enjoyable days and nights in front of the fireplace watching tv or enjoying the evening outside on the patio.
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19 Units Available
The Overlook at Interquest
11124 Cedar Glen Vw
Colorado Springs, CO
1 Bedroom
$1,320
781 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,559
1114 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 29 at 12:43 AM
Welcome home to The Overlook at Interquest in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Our brand new community is conveniently located near Interstate 25 and Powers Blvd in wonderful El Paso County.
1 Unit Available
1482 Spring Valley Drive
1482 Spring Valley Drive
El Paso County, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1900 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:43 AM
Duplex in the Woods - Property Id: 380491 Peaceful Home in the woods. 3 Bedroom 2.5 bathroom, Stackable Washer and Dryer included, 1 car garage. This is a Duplex and we the owners live on the other side. Brand New Remodeled Master Bath.
1 Unit Available
821 Fire Rock Place
821 Fire Rock Place
Colorado Springs, CO | Northgate
3 Bedrooms
$1,975
1643 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
D20 Home in Northgate Area - Lovely 3bd home just off North Gate Blvd and close to the AFA. This home is conveniently located near I-25 and North Gate Exit close to Discovery Canyon Campus.
1 Unit Available
16393 Corkbark Terrace
16393 Corkbark Ter
Monument, CO
4 Bedrooms
$2,800
2978 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
Built in 2019-Farmhouse style with white kitchen cabinets, Quartz countertops, stainless appliances including refrigerator & gas cooktop, gray-toned flooring, wood plank entertainment center, linear fireplace, gas line on deck for BBQ.
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Springs at Foothill Farms
1203 Affirmed View
Colorado Springs, CO | Interquest
Studio
$1,329
529 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,353
844 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,511
1180 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Define Your Unique Lifestyle at Springs at Foothill Farms At Springs at Foothill Farms, you’ll enjoy townhome-style living, with all the comforts of luxury upscale neighborhood and a small-town feel! Our studio, one, two or three bedroom apartments
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17 Units Available
Vistas At Jackson Creek
16112 Old Forest Pt
Monument, CO
1 Bedroom
$1,283
798 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,764
1091 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,898
1336 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
An upscale community near the Air Force Academy and I-25. Recently renovated apartments with hardwood floors, walk-in closets and granite countertops. On-site yoga, dog park, hot tub, 24-hour gym and pool. Pet-friendly.
Verified
22 Units Available
Bella Springs
1050 Milano Pt
Colorado Springs, CO | Middle Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,284
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,546
1070 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,107
1337 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Close to Voyager Pkwy and The Classical Academy North Campus. Mediterranean-style community features a pool, gym, and business center. Homes have carpeting, a bathtub, modern kitchen appliances, and a balcony or patio.
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30 Units Available
Springs at Allison Valley
11320 New Voyager Heights
Colorado Springs, CO | Interquest
Studio
$1,263
623 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,394
821 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,908
1135 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Near Pikes Peak Community College and Schriever Air Force Base. Townhome-style apartments with private entries, gourmet kitchens and scenic views. On-site swimming pool, fitness center, pet playground and complimentary coffee bar. Flexible lease terms available.
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12 Units Available
Talon Hill
1640 Peregrine Vista Hts
Colorado Springs, CO | Trailridge
1 Bedroom
$1,285
723 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,617
1167 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 29 at 12:43 AM
A range of one-, two- and three-bedroom spacious apartments at Talon Hill. Features include wood-style flooring, high ceilings and garages. Easy access to Interstate 25 for Denver commutes.
Verified
19 Units Available
FalconView
10691 Cadence Point
Colorado Springs, CO | Interquest
1 Bedroom
$1,439
802 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,899
1269 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,469
1821 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 12:38 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at FalconView in Colorado Springs. View photos, descriptions and more!
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16 Units Available
Volta at Voyager
11275 Nahcolite Point
Colorado Springs, CO | Interquest
1 Bedroom
$1,265
740 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,505
1089 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,910
1300 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 12:44 AM
With the feel of an all-inclusive mountain resort, Volta at Voyager caters to the bold, adventurous spirit of Colorful Colorado while also providing a care-free, luxury living experience that’s beyond compare.
1 Unit Available
17424 Crestview Court - 1
17424 Crestview Court
Monument, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
850 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:54 AM
FOR RENT! Beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fully furnished 850 square foot basement apartment. This move in ready property has everything you need.
1 Unit Available
3236 Cloudy Sky Heights - 1
3236 Cloudy Sky Hts
Colorado Springs, CO | Kettle Creek
3 Bedrooms
$2,772
1640 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:54 AM
New 2-story town home. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, loft. End unit. Attached 2 car garage. Upper level laundry with W/D. Stainless steel kitchen appliances. Yard maintenance, yard water, snow removal, trash service included.
1 Unit Available
1124 Meadow Oaks Drive
1124 Meadow Oaks Drive
Colorado Springs, CO | Middle Creek
4 Bedrooms
$2,495
4109 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:54 AM
4 bedroom upper level. One finished room in basement that could be a 5th bedroom or office. laundry is on the upper level! All appliances are included. Freshly painted interior, new carpet and refinished hardwood in this beauty.
1 Unit Available
17026 River Birch Point
17026 River Birch Pt
Woodmoor, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1625 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Immaculate 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Townhome with Attached 2-Car Garage for Rent in Woodmoor/Monument Area, Prestigious D-38 Schools.
1 Unit Available
11539 Mountain Turtle Drive
11539 Mountain Turtle Drive
Colorado Springs, CO | Interquest
4 Bedrooms
$2,495
3146 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Make yourself at home at this expansive 4 bedroom 3.5 bathroom home located in Colorado Springs! This spacious home features a upgraded and welcoming kitchen that opens to the bright and spacious living room.
1 Unit Available
2830 Lumberjack Drive
2830 Lumberjack Court
Colorado Springs, CO | Pine Creek
4 Bedrooms
$2,820
3249 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Make yourself at home at this charming 4 bedroom 3.5 bathroom home located in Colorado Springs! This spacious home features an open plan with welcoming kitchen with hardwoods that opens up to the bright and spacious living room.
1 Unit Available
13831 Honey Run Way
13831 Honey Run Way
Colorado Springs, CO | Flying Horse Ranch
7 Bedrooms
$2,299
4114 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:30 AM
Beautiful 7 bedroom home in Flying Horse. Master on the main with 5-piece master bath. Gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, island, breakfast bar, 42" wood cabinets with under cabinet lights. Finished 9' basement with large rec room.
1 Unit Available
700 Brambleberry Heights
700 Brambleberry Hts
Colorado Springs, CO | Middle Creek
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
2226 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:30 AM
These properties are BRAND NEW - Available NOW!!! Just completed in a soon to be Gated Community. Located in D-20, close to schools, I-25, Air Force Academy and many other shopping and entertainment options.
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Apartment Rentals in Gleneagle start at $1,850/month.
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While some Gleneagle properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Gleneagle. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Community College of Aurora, Pickens Technical College, University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus, and Colorado College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Gleneagle. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Community College of Aurora, Pickens Technical College, University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus, and Colorado College.

City Guide

Gleneagle
Nothing beats the annual Balloon Classic for stunning festivals. Occurring over Labor Day weekend each year, the hot air balloon fest features live music, delicious concessions, and brilliantly colored hot air balloons in flight.
Nothing beats the annual Balloon Classic for stunning festivals. Occurring over Labor Day weekend each year, the hot air balloon fest features live music, delicious concessions, and brilliantly colored hot air balloons in flight.

Located almost smack-dab in the middle of the state, Gleneagle has a lot of attractive features going for it, not the least of which is its lovely four-season weather. This is why the West was won. The gorgeous grassy valleys, stunning mountain peaks and plethora of wooded properties giving that rustic vibe make this area popular with individuals who love nature and fresh air (and who doesn't?). But it's not all hippie tree-huggers and picnickers. Gleneagle has a wealth of options for filling up free time, including exploring the local zoo, imbibing at the local brewery and chowing down on local cuisine.

Moving to Gleneagle

No matter if you're moving across town or across the country, packing up all your most precious things is a monumental task, and often, a stressful one. But you can easily simplify the task and reduce anxiety by getting to know a little bit about the place you're moving to. Read the advice below to learn which sort of papers to keep handy, where to search for apartments and what to expect from the market. There, the hard work is already done. Now, you just have to find some inexpensive cardboard boxes.

Proper Paperwork

It's probably the least exciting aspect of preparing for a move, but gathering together the important papers that prove who you are and what you can afford is pretty much the most critical part of qualifying for a new home. Fortunately, it takes only a little time to grab your ID--a driver's license is fine--some pay stubs you've recently received and a cashier's check. This last one helps you seal the deal when you've picked a plum spot. You'll most likely have to put down a deposit, and this check shows you mean business. Finally, take the time to pore over your updated credit report. If you see any suspicious activity, inaccurate claims or dubious debts, get those cleared up in a flash.

House Hunting

It's probably the most exciting aspect of preparing for a move, so this one is where you should spend the most time. Deciding between apartment rentals and house rental options is probably fairly easy, but you definitely want to give a moment's thought to each one. Houses are pretty sizable for the cost here, and you may get a fair amount of land to play on too. Of course if you hate wasting time doing lawn work, skip the homeowner issues and go for an apartment or duplexes for rent instead. Fortunately, Gleneagle's rental market has all these options. Townhouses, single-family homes and apartment complexes make up the majority of the structures, so don't feel forced into a design that's not you. Most houses here have been built fairly recently. If you like modern layouts with upgraded features, you're in luck. There are a few older established homes with character if you look in the right places, but you won't find historic-age houses.

Finally, the vacancy rates here are reasonable, so you should only need a month or two to find something worth sticking around for. Avoid last-minute rental searches, but if it's an emergency, you can probably find something quickly, even if it doesn't have everything on your wish list.

Moving to Gleneagle
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No matter if you're moving across town or across the country, packing up all your most precious things is a monumental task, and often, a stressful one. But you can easily simplify the task and reduce anxiety by getting to know a little bit about the place you're moving to. Read the advice below to learn which sort of papers to keep handy, where to search for apartments and what to expect from the market. There, the hard work is already done. Now, you just have to find some inexpensive cardboard boxes.

Proper Paperwork

It's probably the least exciting aspect of preparing for a move, but gathering together the important papers that prove who you are and what you can afford is pretty much the most critical part of qualifying for a new home. Fortunately, it takes only a little time to grab your ID--a driver's license is fine--some pay stubs you've recently received and a cashier's check. This last one helps you seal the deal when you've picked a plum spot. You'll most likely have to put down a deposit, and this check shows you mean business. Finally, take the time to pore over your updated credit report. If you see any suspicious activity, inaccurate claims or dubious debts, get those cleared up in a flash.

House Hunting

It's probably the most exciting aspect of preparing for a move, so this one is where you should spend the most time. Deciding between apartment rentals and house rental options is probably fairly easy, but you definitely want to give a moment's thought to each one. Houses are pretty sizable for the cost here, and you may get a fair amount of land to play on too. Of course if you hate wasting time doing lawn work, skip the homeowner issues and go for an apartment or duplexes for rent instead. Fortunately, Gleneagle's rental market has all these options. Townhouses, single-family homes and apartment complexes make up the majority of the structures, so don't feel forced into a design that's not you. Most houses here have been built fairly recently. If you like modern layouts with upgraded features, you're in luck. There are a few older established homes with character if you look in the right places, but you won't find historic-age houses.

Finally, the vacancy rates here are reasonable, so you should only need a month or two to find something worth sticking around for. Avoid last-minute rental searches, but if it's an emergency, you can probably find something quickly, even if it doesn't have everything on your wish list.

Neighborhoods in Gleneagle

Gleneagle isn't even a real city (CDPs, put your hands up!), so it doesn't have those cool distinctive neighborhoods you might find in big cities around the nation. That's OK, you'll find your spot just the same. Here are some crucial differences between the areas around town to help you figure out where you belong.

North: At the tippy top, you'll find smaller homes with close-knit lots and friendly neighbors. Just below that, you have the arts/lit section. All the streets are named after books. These guys are a bit older, but they have more charm and spacious lots. The roads are even charmingly organic. This is also the site of the Gleneagle Golf Club, which sits between the north half and the south. Just north of the CDP border is Vistas at Jackson Creek, a lovely apartment rentals spot. There aren't any eateries at this end, which keeps it nice and quiet.

South: Aim for the bottom half of the town if you want easy access to I-25 and the town's many restaurants and shops. You'll find townhouses on Falcons Nest Loop and several pretty planned communities surrounding it. Shepard Heights also boasts some lovely apartments, and they're right next door to a few more duplexes. This area is also walking distance to Tao's Oriental Cuisine.

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Vistas at Jackson Creek: Close to hot shopping, tasty eateries and that ever-present Air Force Academy, these Vistas are a great option for just about everyone. Pick one, two or three beds, and enjoy the sweet, sweet luxury upgrades, including granite and detached garages.

RidgePointe: Also known as Shepard Heights, RP has the all the apartment home you can handle, even if that's a lot. Pet friendly, stuffed full o' amenities (you've always wanted a pool, garage and jogging trail, right?) and tucked away without being remote, this housing option certainly doesn't involve much sacrifice.

Neighborhoods in Gleneagle
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Gleneagle isn't even a real city (CDPs, put your hands up!), so it doesn't have those cool distinctive neighborhoods you might find in big cities around the nation. That's OK, you'll find your spot just the same. Here are some crucial differences between the areas around town to help you figure out where you belong.

North: At the tippy top, you'll find smaller homes with close-knit lots and friendly neighbors. Just below that, you have the arts/lit section. All the streets are named after books. These guys are a bit older, but they have more charm and spacious lots. The roads are even charmingly organic. This is also the site of the Gleneagle Golf Club, which sits between the north half and the south. Just north of the CDP border is Vistas at Jackson Creek, a lovely apartment rentals spot. There aren't any eateries at this end, which keeps it nice and quiet.

South: Aim for the bottom half of the town if you want easy access to I-25 and the town's many restaurants and shops. You'll find townhouses on Falcons Nest Loop and several pretty planned communities surrounding it. Shepard Heights also boasts some lovely apartments, and they're right next door to a few more duplexes. This area is also walking distance to Tao's Oriental Cuisine.

Apartment Complexes

Vistas at Jackson Creek: Close to hot shopping, tasty eateries and that ever-present Air Force Academy, these Vistas are a great option for just about everyone. Pick one, two or three beds, and enjoy the sweet, sweet luxury upgrades, including granite and detached garages.

RidgePointe: Also known as Shepard Heights, RP has the all the apartment home you can handle, even if that's a lot. Pet friendly, stuffed full o' amenities (you've always wanted a pool, garage and jogging trail, right?) and tucked away without being remote, this housing option certainly doesn't involve much sacrifice.

Living in Gleneagle

Anyone needing to get his or her big city fix won't have to travel far for fine dining, thrilling nightlife and serious shopping. That said, Gleneagle and El Paso County is a place for outdoor enthusiasts. There are dozens of trails, the mountainous glory of Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods nature center all vying for closer inspection. One other notable neighbor is the Air Force Academy situated to the south. People rave about the beauty of this military university, so checking out the campus on a lovely day is a must do. Ultimately, Gleneagle is for lovers--lovers of trees, mountains, snow and sunshine. Welcome home.

With such easy access to the highway, Colorado Springs and amazing outdoor recreation, it's no wonder residents of Gleneagle love this area so much. They get to soak up sunshine, have snowball fights and bask in the late autumn colors all while getting to work with short commutes. Small-town charm and friendly locals complete this idyllic scene.

Gleneagle doesn't have much in the way of public transit, so expect to use your car for everything, including work, groceries and play. Winter is winter here, so make sure you have snow tires and antifreeze handy. Finally, make some friends. People love to go out and mix and mingle with others, sharing adventures and offering advice. Get in on this love fest to make the most of your time here.

Living in Gleneagle
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Anyone needing to get his or her big city fix won't have to travel far for fine dining, thrilling nightlife and serious shopping. That said, Gleneagle and El Paso County is a place for outdoor enthusiasts. There are dozens of trails, the mountainous glory of Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods nature center all vying for closer inspection. One other notable neighbor is the Air Force Academy situated to the south. People rave about the beauty of this military university, so checking out the campus on a lovely day is a must do. Ultimately, Gleneagle is for lovers--lovers of trees, mountains, snow and sunshine. Welcome home.

With such easy access to the highway, Colorado Springs and amazing outdoor recreation, it's no wonder residents of Gleneagle love this area so much. They get to soak up sunshine, have snowball fights and bask in the late autumn colors all while getting to work with short commutes. Small-town charm and friendly locals complete this idyllic scene.

Gleneagle doesn't have much in the way of public transit, so expect to use your car for everything, including work, groceries and play. Winter is winter here, so make sure you have snow tires and antifreeze handy. Finally, make some friends. People love to go out and mix and mingle with others, sharing adventures and offering advice. Get in on this love fest to make the most of your time here.

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Gleneagle
Nothing beats the annual Balloon Classic for stunning festivals. Occurring over Labor Day weekend each year, the hot air balloon fest features live music, delicious concessions, and brilliantly colored hot air balloons in flight.
Nothing beats the annual Balloon Classic for stunning festivals. Occurring over Labor Day weekend each year, the hot air balloon fest features live music, delicious concessions, and brilliantly colored hot air balloons in flight.

Located almost smack-dab in the middle of the state, Gleneagle has a lot of attractive features going for it, not the least of which is its lovely four-season weather. This is why the West was won. The gorgeous grassy valleys, stunning mountain peaks and plethora of wooded properties giving that rustic vibe make this area popular with individuals who love nature and fresh air (and who doesn't?). But it's not all hippie tree-huggers and picnickers. Gleneagle has a wealth of options for filling up free time, including exploring the local zoo, imbibing at the local brewery and chowing down on local cuisine.

Moving to Gleneagle

No matter if you're moving across town or across the country, packing up all your most precious things is a monumental task, and often, a stressful one. But you can easily simplify the task and reduce anxiety by getting to know a little bit about the place you're moving to. Read the advice below to learn which sort of papers to keep handy, where to search for apartments and what to expect from the market. There, the hard work is already done. Now, you just have to find some inexpensive cardboard boxes.

Proper Paperwork

It's probably the least exciting aspect of preparing for a move, but gathering together the important papers that prove who you are and what you can afford is pretty much the most critical part of qualifying for a new home. Fortunately, it takes only a little time to grab your ID--a driver's license is fine--some pay stubs you've recently received and a cashier's check. This last one helps you seal the deal when you've picked a plum spot. You'll most likely have to put down a deposit, and this check shows you mean business. Finally, take the time to pore over your updated credit report. If you see any suspicious activity, inaccurate claims or dubious debts, get those cleared up in a flash.

House Hunting

It's probably the most exciting aspect of preparing for a move, so this one is where you should spend the most time. Deciding between apartment rentals and house rental options is probably fairly easy, but you definitely want to give a moment's thought to each one. Houses are pretty sizable for the cost here, and you may get a fair amount of land to play on too. Of course if you hate wasting time doing lawn work, skip the homeowner issues and go for an apartment or duplexes for rent instead. Fortunately, Gleneagle's rental market has all these options. Townhouses, single-family homes and apartment complexes make up the majority of the structures, so don't feel forced into a design that's not you. Most houses here have been built fairly recently. If you like modern layouts with upgraded features, you're in luck. There are a few older established homes with character if you look in the right places, but you won't find historic-age houses.

Finally, the vacancy rates here are reasonable, so you should only need a month or two to find something worth sticking around for. Avoid last-minute rental searches, but if it's an emergency, you can probably find something quickly, even if it doesn't have everything on your wish list.

Moving to Gleneagle
+

No matter if you're moving across town or across the country, packing up all your most precious things is a monumental task, and often, a stressful one. But you can easily simplify the task and reduce anxiety by getting to know a little bit about the place you're moving to. Read the advice below to learn which sort of papers to keep handy, where to search for apartments and what to expect from the market. There, the hard work is already done. Now, you just have to find some inexpensive cardboard boxes.

Proper Paperwork

It's probably the least exciting aspect of preparing for a move, but gathering together the important papers that prove who you are and what you can afford is pretty much the most critical part of qualifying for a new home. Fortunately, it takes only a little time to grab your ID--a driver's license is fine--some pay stubs you've recently received and a cashier's check. This last one helps you seal the deal when you've picked a plum spot. You'll most likely have to put down a deposit, and this check shows you mean business. Finally, take the time to pore over your updated credit report. If you see any suspicious activity, inaccurate claims or dubious debts, get those cleared up in a flash.

House Hunting

It's probably the most exciting aspect of preparing for a move, so this one is where you should spend the most time. Deciding between apartment rentals and house rental options is probably fairly easy, but you definitely want to give a moment's thought to each one. Houses are pretty sizable for the cost here, and you may get a fair amount of land to play on too. Of course if you hate wasting time doing lawn work, skip the homeowner issues and go for an apartment or duplexes for rent instead. Fortunately, Gleneagle's rental market has all these options. Townhouses, single-family homes and apartment complexes make up the majority of the structures, so don't feel forced into a design that's not you. Most houses here have been built fairly recently. If you like modern layouts with upgraded features, you're in luck. There are a few older established homes with character if you look in the right places, but you won't find historic-age houses.

Finally, the vacancy rates here are reasonable, so you should only need a month or two to find something worth sticking around for. Avoid last-minute rental searches, but if it's an emergency, you can probably find something quickly, even if it doesn't have everything on your wish list.

Neighborhoods in Gleneagle

Gleneagle isn't even a real city (CDPs, put your hands up!), so it doesn't have those cool distinctive neighborhoods you might find in big cities around the nation. That's OK, you'll find your spot just the same. Here are some crucial differences between the areas around town to help you figure out where you belong.

North: At the tippy top, you'll find smaller homes with close-knit lots and friendly neighbors. Just below that, you have the arts/lit section. All the streets are named after books. These guys are a bit older, but they have more charm and spacious lots. The roads are even charmingly organic. This is also the site of the Gleneagle Golf Club, which sits between the north half and the south. Just north of the CDP border is Vistas at Jackson Creek, a lovely apartment rentals spot. There aren't any eateries at this end, which keeps it nice and quiet.

South: Aim for the bottom half of the town if you want easy access to I-25 and the town's many restaurants and shops. You'll find townhouses on Falcons Nest Loop and several pretty planned communities surrounding it. Shepard Heights also boasts some lovely apartments, and they're right next door to a few more duplexes. This area is also walking distance to Tao's Oriental Cuisine.

Apartment Complexes

Vistas at Jackson Creek: Close to hot shopping, tasty eateries and that ever-present Air Force Academy, these Vistas are a great option for just about everyone. Pick one, two or three beds, and enjoy the sweet, sweet luxury upgrades, including granite and detached garages.

RidgePointe: Also known as Shepard Heights, RP has the all the apartment home you can handle, even if that's a lot. Pet friendly, stuffed full o' amenities (you've always wanted a pool, garage and jogging trail, right?) and tucked away without being remote, this housing option certainly doesn't involve much sacrifice.

Neighborhoods in Gleneagle
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Gleneagle isn't even a real city (CDPs, put your hands up!), so it doesn't have those cool distinctive neighborhoods you might find in big cities around the nation. That's OK, you'll find your spot just the same. Here are some crucial differences between the areas around town to help you figure out where you belong.

North: At the tippy top, you'll find smaller homes with close-knit lots and friendly neighbors. Just below that, you have the arts/lit section. All the streets are named after books. These guys are a bit older, but they have more charm and spacious lots. The roads are even charmingly organic. This is also the site of the Gleneagle Golf Club, which sits between the north half and the south. Just north of the CDP border is Vistas at Jackson Creek, a lovely apartment rentals spot. There aren't any eateries at this end, which keeps it nice and quiet.

South: Aim for the bottom half of the town if you want easy access to I-25 and the town's many restaurants and shops. You'll find townhouses on Falcons Nest Loop and several pretty planned communities surrounding it. Shepard Heights also boasts some lovely apartments, and they're right next door to a few more duplexes. This area is also walking distance to Tao's Oriental Cuisine.

Apartment Complexes

Vistas at Jackson Creek: Close to hot shopping, tasty eateries and that ever-present Air Force Academy, these Vistas are a great option for just about everyone. Pick one, two or three beds, and enjoy the sweet, sweet luxury upgrades, including granite and detached garages.

RidgePointe: Also known as Shepard Heights, RP has the all the apartment home you can handle, even if that's a lot. Pet friendly, stuffed full o' amenities (you've always wanted a pool, garage and jogging trail, right?) and tucked away without being remote, this housing option certainly doesn't involve much sacrifice.

Living in Gleneagle

Anyone needing to get his or her big city fix won't have to travel far for fine dining, thrilling nightlife and serious shopping. That said, Gleneagle and El Paso County is a place for outdoor enthusiasts. There are dozens of trails, the mountainous glory of Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods nature center all vying for closer inspection. One other notable neighbor is the Air Force Academy situated to the south. People rave about the beauty of this military university, so checking out the campus on a lovely day is a must do. Ultimately, Gleneagle is for lovers--lovers of trees, mountains, snow and sunshine. Welcome home.

With such easy access to the highway, Colorado Springs and amazing outdoor recreation, it's no wonder residents of Gleneagle love this area so much. They get to soak up sunshine, have snowball fights and bask in the late autumn colors all while getting to work with short commutes. Small-town charm and friendly locals complete this idyllic scene.

Gleneagle doesn't have much in the way of public transit, so expect to use your car for everything, including work, groceries and play. Winter is winter here, so make sure you have snow tires and antifreeze handy. Finally, make some friends. People love to go out and mix and mingle with others, sharing adventures and offering advice. Get in on this love fest to make the most of your time here.

Living in Gleneagle
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Anyone needing to get his or her big city fix won't have to travel far for fine dining, thrilling nightlife and serious shopping. That said, Gleneagle and El Paso County is a place for outdoor enthusiasts. There are dozens of trails, the mountainous glory of Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods nature center all vying for closer inspection. One other notable neighbor is the Air Force Academy situated to the south. People rave about the beauty of this military university, so checking out the campus on a lovely day is a must do. Ultimately, Gleneagle is for lovers--lovers of trees, mountains, snow and sunshine. Welcome home.

With such easy access to the highway, Colorado Springs and amazing outdoor recreation, it's no wonder residents of Gleneagle love this area so much. They get to soak up sunshine, have snowball fights and bask in the late autumn colors all while getting to work with short commutes. Small-town charm and friendly locals complete this idyllic scene.

Gleneagle doesn't have much in the way of public transit, so expect to use your car for everything, including work, groceries and play. Winter is winter here, so make sure you have snow tires and antifreeze handy. Finally, make some friends. People love to go out and mix and mingle with others, sharing adventures and offering advice. Get in on this love fest to make the most of your time here.