Pueblo Area Neighborhoods

A wide variety of neighborhood options can be found in and around the city and, on average, homes cost less here than in other areas of Colorado and the rest of the nation.

Explore areas with stately and unique Victorian homes to newly developed housing communities. Enjoy the rustic feel of a log cabin or how about starting that family farm you always wanted? You can find a distinctive neighborhood that best suits your family’s needs. We highlight key amenities for each neighborhood on the interactive map below. Look for the purple home icon that has an overview and median selling price for each area.

  • Pueblo’s northside expands north of the Arkansas River and on both sides of 1-25 and is one of Pueblo’s most architecturally, historically and ethnically diverse neighborhoods. Houses range from stately mansions to starter home residences.

    Neighborhoods northeast of I-25 includes areas of new development both residentially and commercially as well as charming neighborhoods that were developed in the late 1960s. It is home to the Walking Stick Golf Course, Colorado State University-Pueblo, several outdoor parks and the Pueblo Mall.

    Northwest neighborhoods located north of Hwy 50 and west of I-25, includes the older Northridge and newer Ridge neighborhoods. A variety of local shopping, restaurants, and home sizes, as well as townhomes and condos, can also be found here. The community of Eagleridge Estates is a “green development” that offers large home lots, quiet streets and open spaces.

    The neighborhoods located west of I-25 and south of HWY 50 feature diverse home styles. You’ll find everything from quaint 1800s Victorian homes along Elizabeth Avenue to post WWII starter homes. This area is also home to the Pueblo Country Club.

  • The historic Eastside features a wide range of architectural styles, including a large selection of Princess Ann style cottages.

  • Pueblo’s southside area covers the Arkansas River down to just a few miles south of Pueblo Blvd. and stretches from Imperial Memorial Gardens on the West side to the I-25 on the East side.

    The El Camino community boasts some of the larger and pricer homes in all of Pueblo. Nearby Regency and Ventana feature newer homes, townhomes, and condos.

    To the east, neighborhoods such as Highland Park, Bessemer and Sunset near the Colorado State Fairgrounds feature modest starter homes.

    Historic neighborhoods like Aberdeen and Mesa Junction near the Rawlings Pueblo City-County Library boast quaint homes near parks and local shopping districts.

  • Pueblo’s westside is located east of Pueblo Blvd. and north of the Arkansas River.

    This area features turn of the century properties to new suburban developments and sprawling half-acre lots near the Arkansas River.

  • Pueblo County extends all directions from the City of Pueblo and includes Beulah, Rye and Colorado City to the south, Pueblo West to the west and Vineland, Avondale and Boone to the east. These rural communities are quaint and quiet.

    You’ll find home styles ranging from log cabins to vintage farms and everything in between.

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