Durango Real Estate

Alex Pullen Photography San Juan Mountains Ouray Durango ColoradoDurango, Colorado is cupped by the Animas River, which flows from the majestic San Juan Mountains through one of the most fertile valleys in Southwest Colorado – a valley that yields an abundance of fresh, local produce and meats. The formal, paved Animas River Trail rims the river north to south, offering opportunities for cyclists, runners, walkers and baby strollers to experience the beauty of the town’s natural amenities.

Durango offers diversity when it comes to real estate. Whether you are looking for a victorian home in historical downtown, a luxury home in the mountains, a rural cabin or comfortable townhome – we have everything you need to cover your residential needs. Nearby areas also include Bayfield, Ignacio, Cortez and slope-side living at Purgatory.

In this section we offer information on real estate, housing information, and listings available from some of the area’s top real estate agents.  Durango is a wonderful vacation destination so vacation homes, vacation rentals and investment properties are also plentiful.

On average, there are 266 sunny days per year in Durango. The US average is 205 sunny days.

Durango gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 85 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least .01 inches on the ground to measure.  See full Durango climate info.

wolf creek skiDurango is only a 30-minute drive from Purgatory Ski Resort, a locals’ and visitors’ favorite in both winter (with a variety of “snow” offerings for all ages and skills), and summer with hiking, mountain biking, bunge jumping and more.  Durango and Southwest Colorado have AMAZING snow for skiing and every other kind of winter fun!  See our snow reports.

 

charles and mary rigby re/max realty durango

   

Featured Durango Real Estate Listings by Charles and Mary Rigby at HomesInDurango.com

 

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