Durango is a great place to live, offering a strong economy, reasonable real estate prices, and numerous wonderful natural attractions. The local real estate market offers home buyers many different communities to choose from. Whether you’re looking for a home with privacy or enjoy walking to work, Durango offers much more than the average town.
Durango is one of the best mountain towns in the United States. It’s small enough that you will feel part of a community, while still offering a regional medical facility and a State College to keep the town vibrant.
There are so many sunny days in Durango that it makes it hard to justify just lounging around the house. My wife and I spend our free time out hiking with the dogs, kayaking, mountain biking and snowboarding. There is definitely not a shortage of recreation opportunities in the area and we hardly find ourselves on the same trails.
Our population density is lower than average, at 2052 people per square mile. Durango’s elevation is 6,512, covering a land area of 6.8 square miles.
The average home value in Durango is $510,000 and there are many great houses for sale in Durango all year around. With local attractions like Mesa Verde, the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and Durango Mountain Resort, all within a few minutes drive of the area, Durango has much more to offer than the average American town.
While inventory in the summer months is much higher than the winter months, there are some excellent deals in the winter months. The real estate market in Durango never stops. It’s a fun place to live, work and play.
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