This area includes north and south of Hwy 160, between Downtown Pagosa Springs and the Pagosa Lakes area. It’s conveniently located to the activities in both uptown and downtown.
Note: Listing agents sometimes place Colorado’s Timber Ridge in Area 2, sometimes in Area 3 – Pagosa Lakes. On this site I include it in Pagosa Lakes.
This area was subdivided back in 1970. Parcels vary in size from 1 acre to over 8 acres. Terrain is wooded and hilly with some parcels having wonderful mountain views. Roads are gravel; there are no restrictions or property owners association. There is central water available; some lots have central sewer, others not.
Also subdivided in the 1970’s, this area is built on the hills close to town. There are heavily wooded areas and open meadow areas, with many of the lots offering expansive mountain views. Lots range from .5 acre to over 4 acres. There is a mobile home area on Bienvenido Circle with smaller lots. Roads are gravel. There is central water; most lots have central sewer, some not.
Subdivided in the 1970’s, Piedra Estates in 2001 renewed and amended its covenants and deed restrictions. It’s a small-acreage development with 3+ acre parcels. Several of these homes have breathtaking mountain views. The terrain is ridges and valleys, mostly wooded, with some large expanses of meadow. Central water, individual septic systems, natural gas, gravel roads. “Country living” close in.
Rock Ridge Country Estates
This is literal … this small-acreage development perches on a heavily wooded rocky ridge west of Pagosa. Parcels are 3+ acres with central water and individual septic systems. Rock Ridge participates with Alpha in a metro district to maintain the gravel roads.