Great home for entertaining with a large living room with natural stone fireplace.
Vaulted ceilings open to dinning with large kitchen and stainless steel appliances.
Main floor master suite with queen bed big screen TV.
Large Master bath with double steam shower.
Two down stairs bedrooms with queen beds.
Full downstairs bath.
Open loft type area made into a bedroom.
Fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a snack bar.
Large game/entertaint room
Large game room complete with open bar, ice machine.
90’ Projection screen with surround sound.
Large couch with pull out double bed and a single bed.
Large covered front deck overlooks mtns. & red cliffs.
Back yard patio with hot tub gas grill and sitting area.
This property has the perfect location half way between town and ski area. It is located on County Rd 201 just off of HWY 550
15 min to Durango/Puratory Mt. Ski area
10 min to Downtown Durango
Winter Sports Heaven: Skiing and More Today Purgatory Mountain is home to Purgatory Resort, a world-class destination for skiing, snowboarding and other outdoor experiences. Each winter more than 260 inches of snow fall on the mountains, making Purgatory Mountain a heavenly destination for anyone who craves powder and adventure. You’ll find more than 1,300 acres of skiable area on Purgatory Mountain, with nearly 90 trails ranging from beginner-friendly slopes to black diamond runs. The elevation at the summit is reaches 10,822 feet – which is more than two-miles above sea level, with a vertical drop of more than 2,000 feet. If snowboarding in Durango is more your speed, you’re in luck: In addition to the trails you’ll also find five terrain parks on Purgatory Mountain, each letting you experience true Alpine nirvana! You’ll also find a handful of other winter activities on Durango’s Purgatory Mountain. From alpine snowshoe tours to horse-drawn sleigh rides, cold-weather fun reigns supreme in this icy mountainside kingdom. If you’re craving a new kind of adventure, try your hand at ice climbing. Certified guides will take guests from beginner to advanced abilities ice climbing in nearby Cascade Canyon, a natural ice park just two miles down the mountain.
The lovely town of Durango, Colorado is nestled on the shores of the Animas River, where the U.S. Highways 160 and 550 meet. The city is very walking-friendly, as it covers only around 5.6 square miles of land.
What is more, many of the unique shops, restaurants, adventure tour headquarters, and the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad are located in the downtown district along Main Avenue. Where Main Avenue and 14 th Street meet southward all the way to where Main Avenue and 5 th street merge is considered downtown Durango.
Skiers and boarders often enjoy Durango Mountain Resort snow conditions all the way through mid April. This family vacation area offers snowy weather on top of the mountain and flowery springtime splendor at the base.
Fall is also the perfect season to explore downtown's shopping boutiques, cozy restaurants and historic hotels. The iconic Durango weather and magnificent alpine terrain will have you coming back for more! If you desire to live in our welcoming community, there is some fantastic Real Estate in Durango, Colorado. You're certain to find your dream home here. What are you waiting for? Check out the Spring and Summer Planning Guide or look at some suggested Itineraries.
Get started planning your winter Colorado vacation. With over 300 days of sunshine, the San Juan range is amazing to visit in any season! Book your Vacation today. Go horseback riding, fly fishing, rafting and more! You will find numerous fun things to do such as ride the Durango Train to Silverton or ski Durango Mountain Resort. The Four corners region of Colorado is known for its outdoor activities like fly fishing the Animas River or hiking and biking the beautiful San Juan mountain trails. While visiting, be sure to spend time in Historic Downtown Durango Colorado for the best local restaurants, bars and coffee shops. You will also find beautiful historic hotels and quaint shops on Main Avenue. If you’re looking to move to or invest in the west, the Durango real estate market holds premier investment property, including estates, large acreage, cabins, chalets, commercial and development property.
Purgatory Mountain came into its modern day name in 1776 when several Spanish explorers were traveling on a nearby river. Some of their party got lost, and their bodies were never found. The other travelers believed the souls of the lost men would be relegated to Purgatory, and from this legend was born the designation, Purgatory Mountain, which originally opened as Purgatory Resort in 1965 and now operates as the year-round Durango Mountain Resort. Following this legendary expedition, the river was named “El Rio de las Animas Perdidas” or the River of Lost Souls (now the Animas River.)
- Pre Approved Pets only
- NON smoking guests only