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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Saturday, February 20th, 2016.

Durango, CO Lofts For SaleResidential lofts and the Colorado landscape seem to go hand-in-hand. There’s just something cozy and inviting about loft condos for sale in Durango, but given we’re just a medium-sized mountain town with a population of only around 20,000 people, options and opportunities at owning a loft in the Durango housing market aren’t always easy to find.

The most notable loft spaces you’ll find in Durango are at The Lofts at 1201 right in the heart of downtown and the Rivergate Lofts that sit right alongside the Animas River. Although each location has plenty of features that are unique to each building, both offer a variety of classic lot finishes like spacious open layouts, nicely updated finishes, and plenty of large windows that allow residents to fully enjoy

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Sunday, February 14th, 2016.

Durango Real Estate With 2015 now in the books, the 4th quarter numbers are in from last year, so we thought we’d share some of the final market stats that topped off what was a great year for the Durango real estate market.

According to the Durango Area Association of Realtors, country homes in Durango were the top selling properties between October and the end of December last year, tallying 77 total sales over that three month timeframe. Condos and townhouses in Durango were also hot in the 4th Quarter of 2015, with 47 condos/townhouses sold for an average price of $311,329.

In town land sales were also up significantly over the last part of the year with the 4th quarter seeing 5 in town land sales alone, up from zero sales over the entire 3rd quarter. 

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Saturday, February 13th, 2016.

Durango Homes For Sale with a PoolOften times when you think of Durango CO real estate, or any place in Colorado for that matter, images of snow, mountains, and cozy log cabins might first come to mind. But when all the snow melts away and the summer season here in beautiful southern Colorado is in full swing, there’s nothing more refreshing than taking a dip in your very own private pool, which although rare, can sometimes be found during an on-going home search. 

It’s worth noting, however, that if you’re moving to Durango from out of town, swimming pools here can be somewhat impractical, even for the most avid swimmer. If a pool isn’t heated year round, it’s vital that a pool is drained and covered during the winter months to ensure freezing water won’t cause serious damage to the

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Saturday, February 6th, 2016.

The Cliffs of Durango Homes For Sale

The stunning scenery around Durango largely speaks for itself. A medium-sized mountain town nestled in the Animas River Valley, the mountainous landscape surrounding the Durango community is certainly one of the more appealing characteristics to calling this southern Colorado city home.

But like in most places, certain neighborhoods or locations around town are unquestionably more desirable than others and if sweeping views of the picturesque landscape are a major priority during your home search, few neighborhoods in town match what The Cliffs of Durango can offer.

Considered by many to be the most spectacular grouping of home sites in all of La Plata County, The Cliffs of Durango not only offers a unique vantage point of downtown Durango and

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By Ryan Poppe - Last Updated: Friday, February 5th, 2016.

Historic Homes For Sale in Durango, COA mountain town with a very rich history, Durango was first organized all the way back in 1881 by the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad (D&RG) in order to serve miners working in the San Juan mountain range. Along with its optimal position right in the heart of the Animas River Valley, the town's close proximity to several lakes, in addition to the Animas River, also made the Durango real estate market an attractive place to settle during its very earliest beginnings, which is one of the primary reasons why it's now the most populous municipality in all of La Plata County, CO.

Because Durango dates back to the late 1800s, historic homes for sale are actually quite prevalent on the Durango real estate market, especially close to downtown. From charming

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