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Sandy Cooper with Summit Ridge Realty Group provides clients and visitors with access to search for homes in Southwest Colorado. Search the MLS for homes, view recently sold properties, research area demographics, find a local school, or access a host of real estate tools at your fingertips. Serving all of SW Colorado in Durango, Bayfield, Ignacio, Mancos, Dolores, Cortez, Durango Mountain Resort, Silverton, and Pagosa Springs. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any real estate questions you may have.
The city of Durango is the county seat of La Plata County located 6512 feet above sea level at the southern foothills of the San Juan National Forest. The Durango real estate market has a good quantity of quality real estate to fit all live styles and all budgets. Serving local residences with its own goods and services, year round events, walkways, trails, parks, and a new recreation center. We enjoy the four seasons here in the Four Corners area with a myriad of spring and summer activities as well as all the fall and winter activities. To acquire more info about Durango here are some more helpful links; find useful resources about the community, find local schools, and contact a Durango Realtor.
Bayfield lies due East of Durango in the heart of the Pine River Valley. With all the water activities of Lake Vallecito to the north you can swim, fish, boat, water ski, canoe, or just skip rocks on this perfect mountain lake with the tall pines, oak and aspen groves. Or you can travel the 475 miles through the more than half a million acres in the Weminuche Wilderness Area. The town is very active with a new senior center and the library has a new addition that will include a Pine River Community Garden. To acquire more info about Bayfield here are some more helpful links; find local schools and contact a Bayfield Realtor.
Established in the 1870's and located southeast of Durango, Ignacio is the tribal headquarters for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe as well as it's own little community with all the comforts of home. Navajo Lake
Nestled between the La Plata Mountain peaks and Mesa Verde National Park is this small ranching community.
Located on the San Juan Scenic Byway at the foot of McPhee Reservoir, Colorado's second largest lake.
The town of Cortez was founded in 1886 and named after the 16th century Spanish explorer, Hernando Cortez.
Durango Mountain Resort
At 9318 feet above sea level, this little town offers the unsurpassed beauty of the San Juan Mountains combined with rich Victorian charm.
Pagosa Springs, Colorado
The hot mineral springs located here are the largest in the San Juan Mountains. Revered by Native Americans, who believed it had healing and curative powers.
Wolf Creek Ski Area
Just east of Pagosa Springs on Highway 160 is Wolf Creek Ski Area. It is a high altitude resort with the base at 10,300 feet and the summit reaching 11,904 feet. It often reports the most snowfall in Colorado and covers 1,600 acres, much of which remains ungroomed. The resort boasts incredibly beautiful terrain and is usually open from early November to April. Sunscreen and sunglasses are an absolute necessity.
When you live in Southwest Colorado you can Expect the Remarkable, Sandy