Location Map, Navigation & Directions
The location map further down this page shows you where we are. You can also have Google Maps plan a route for you by entering your location into the text box below and click/press the Get Directions button. “Current location” will work on location-aware devices. Drive carefully!
The office will provide tours by appointment only. Please call (719) 634-7034 to schedule an appointment. Thank you.
Colorado Road Conditions
COtrip is the Colorado official state web portal with Interactive Maps, Route Information, Travel Alerts, Road Conditions, Speeds, Road Work, Truckers, Snowplows information and much more. If you have doubts about road conditions on your route to visit us, COtrip is a good place to start.
Location Map And Easy To Find
Paloma Terrace is easy to find at 2910 Sage Street, a short drive southwest of the I-25 Fillmore Street interchange, where you want to be. Away from the hustle and bustle. The rent office is in the north courtyard next to the pool. From the Sage Street front parking lot, take the stairs on your right.
★ Enter your location in the “Get Directions From” text box above, and Google Maps will plan a route for you to Paloma Terrace.
Welcome To Our Community
- Private exterior entrance to each home
- Ground floor entrance to each home
- Sparkling fenced swimming pool
- Large rolling green courtyard lawn
- Courtyard benches and barbecues
- Bike racks available
- Onsite management
- A rent office with great COS views
- On Site laundry facility
- Ample free off street parking
- Courteous experienced staff
- Professional responsive maintenance
- ½ Mile (10 Min. walk) to 4.3 acres Pike Park
As listed above, all our apartment homes have a ground-floor entrance that’s also a private exterior entrance. Yes, there are homes above and below each other, however, there are no staircases up and down our two-story buildings. The slope of our Colorado Springs land takes care of that.
Trail Ridge Road
*Trail Ridge Road, Rocky Mountain National Park’s heavily traveled highway to the sky, inspired awe before the first motorist ever traveled it. “It is hard to describe what a sensation this new road is going to make,” predicted Horace Albright, director of the National Park Service, in 1931 during the road’s construction. He said, “You will have the whole sweep of the Rockies before you in all directions.” and that was not an exaggeration.
Covering the 48 miles between Estes Park on the park’s east side and Grand Lake on the west, Trail Ridge Road more than lives up to its advanced billing. Eleven miles of this high highway travel above treeline, the elevation near 11,500 feet where the park’s evergreen forests come to a halt.
Hat Tip to the National Parks Service for the Trail Ridge Road information.