Cheyenne Place

945 Tenderfoot Hill Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado  80906



Retirees Find Quiet Independent Living and Lots of Services in Colorado Spring's Welcoming Apartment Community of Cheyenne Place

Cheyenne Place is a quiet, independent living, 55+ apartment community nestled on seven acres in the shadow of Pikes Peak in pretty Colorado Springs, Colorado, just an hour south of Denver, the state's capital.  Situated atop a mesa, not far from the renown, luxurious Broadmoor Hotel and golf course, this intimate community not only offers spectacular views of both the city and mountains but provides residents with much more for the money than an average rental apartment complex.   Cheyenne Place attracts an older demographic and has been featured in the Colorado Springs Parade of Retirement Homes.



This pleasant community has studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments available.  Studios have from 345 sq. ft. to 448 sq. ft., and one bedrooms have from 600 sq. ft.  to 700 sq. ft.  The two bedroom apartments have from 700 sq. ft. to 1,400 sq. ft.   Prices are based on single occupancy. A roommate (i.e., spouse or significant other) is an additional fee per month.   There are no entrance fees.  Cheyenne Place also prides itself on its attentive staff, which includes an activity director who ensures that there is plenty going on to keep residents engaged.  For more information, visit the community's website at

Apartments are not luxurious but are quite comfortable and come with standard features such as a medical alert system, wall to wall carpeting, fully equipped kitchens and safety grab bars in the bathrooms.   Included in the rental fee are a number of perks, including breakfasts, lunches and dinners, paid utilities, weekly housekeeping, laundry services and facilities, apartment maintenance, scheduled transportation, a wellness center, health clinics (foot care, blood pressure, etc.), an on call doctor and banking services.   

Residents also enjoy a library, a beauty shop, a fitness center, a gift shop, an arts and crafts room and a putting green.  Carports are available for an extra fee per month.  Scheduled activities include church services, wine get-togethers, fitness classes and sewing groups.

Colorado Springs is a picturesque city in a beautiful setting and attracts retirees because of its average cost of living, clean air, blue skies, western hospitality and very traditional, very conservative values.   It is home to the megachurch New Life Church, the evangelical Christian organization Focus on the Family, the United States Air Force Academy, Fort Carson, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), Peterson Air Force Base and a lot of old money.  On the other end of the spectrum, liberal Colorado College also makes its home here.   



Thanks in part to its 6,000 ft. elevation, Colorado Springs has a four season climate.  Winters bring a mixture of beautiful days with sparkling blue skies and occasionally cloudy, snowy days.  Most snow melts within a day or two, although blizzards are not uncommon.  Summers are usually not too hot (the elevation helps keep the temperature cool) and are dry.    Springs can be stormy but not always, and autumns are spectacular.  The city enjoys 300+ days of sunshine per year.

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