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Broadmoor in Colorado Springs ranks fourth on the list of top U.S. sleep sanctuaries.

Broadmoor in Colorado Springs ranks fourth on the list of top U.S. sleep sanctuaries.

(COLORADO SPRINGS) — More than five Colorado cities made the list of the top 250 ‘sleep sanctuaries,’ with the local Broadmoor neighborhood making the top ten.

A survey identified the most sought-after urban sanctuaries that offer a quieter suburban atmosphere with the opportunity for urban living.

Broadmoor, a popular neighborhood in Colorado Springs, came in fourth. Known for its prestigious, luxurious homes, historic charm, and relaxed atmosphere, this sought-after neighborhood offers stunning views and easy access to downtown Colorado Springs.

The neighborhood’s favorable location emphasizes its ideal combination of tranquility, luxury and urban convenience for those seeking a tranquil and elegant lifestyle.

Other top 10 sleep havens include:

  1. Del Mar, San Diego, California
  2. Sparkling water, Huntington Beach, California
  3. Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California
  4. Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colorado
  5. Niu Valley, Honolulu, Hawaii
  6. University Park, Orlando, Florida
  7. Huntington Harbor, Huntington Beach, California
  8. Sandbridge, Virginia Beach, Virginia
  9. Sandpiper Bay, Port St. Lucie, Florida
  10. Sign Mountain, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Other neighborhoods in Colorado include Old Colorado City in Colorado Springs (13th place), Washington Park in Denver (23rd place), Eastlake in Thornton (64th place), Rockrimmon in Colorado Springs (93rd place), Old Town in Fort Collins (122nd place ) ) and Signal Creek in Thornton (location 123).