Could You Live Here?
Long Hollow Retreat is two adjacent properties (38 & 37 acres), just 16 miles from Durango, Colorado, that combine to make a 75-acre unit with Long Hollow Creek flowing through all or most of the year—a rare feature in Southwest Colorado. This is off-the-grid, end-of-road seclusion, priced at $249,000. An adjacent 38-acre parcel, available from another owner, has all the same features and priced at $139,000. All three—totaling 113+ acres—can be purchased together for $388,000.
Fantastic private, recreational property in a natural setting. Lots of hiking, biking, X-C skiing, wildlife viewing.
Magnificent 360 degree views of snow-capped La Plata Mountains, Sleeping Ute Mt., the Lukachukais and Chuskas in Arizona and lands south of Farmington, NM; the volcanic core of Shiprock can be seen on clear days from a spot on one mesa top on the property.
Long Hollow Retreat is bordered on two sides by Southern Ute Land and two-sides by a 300-acre non-working ranch. An all-season county maintained road crosses the property’s southeast corner. Driveway is graded and partly graveled. This property is the perfect place for the right person who wants to be near Durango, but not right in the thick of it all the time. This is a nature lover’s paradise.
Many accessible building sites with panoramic views. No HOA, not even neighbors! The closest west is about 1/2 mile with a mesa and another valley between us, with no road access. The next neighbor north is about 1.5 miles. The next neighbor south is 2.5 miles away. East—10 miles easily.
Amenities: This is largely an undeveloped property. A cabin is located near the center of the north parcel which has had residential tax status for years. The upper section of driveway from entry gate is scheduled to be graveled partially this spring. Click here to read more.
Make all three parcels your own private paradise.
Adjacent parcel is much the same
The owner of this 38-acre parcel is ready to sell. Long Hollow Creek flows through the middle of the property, which is situated mostly on the valley bottom. East and west lines traverse the east and west hillsides. A 16’x16′ cabin (stuccoed siding and metal roof) with no electricity or running water is near creek. Can be used as hunting cabin, camping cabin or whatever you like.