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Neighborhoods

Colorado City, CO

Filled to the brim with history, happenings, and just plain life, we are probably the best-kept secret in Colorado. The towns of Colorado City, San Isabel, and Rye (along with our neighbor ranches) comprise the Valley and make it one of the most unique and picturesque places you'll visit.  You'll find us west of the   I-25 corridor and the foot of our namesake mountain.    The people of the Valley are as diverse as the countryside but we all have one thing in common; we are a community. For more Information click on any of the links below. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colorado_City,_Colorado 

http://www.city-data.com/city/Colorado-City-Colorado.html#b 

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/coloradocitymetro/node?mini=2018-05  

http://greenhornchamber.org/ 

https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/Colorado+City+CO+81019:4:US

 I would love to talk to you about what this small quaint town located at the base of GreenHorn Mountain.  Call me today!!!

Rye, Colorado

Established around 1870, Rye's original named was Table Top Mountain, which might better describe its landscape. Apparently, the name was shortened to Rye after the post office complained that Table Top Mountain was too long. Historically, the Rye area was noted for its dairies and sawmills. However, a significant discovery in the 1960s proved even more memorable. A small stream near Rye was found to contain the last surviving population of Arkansas River Colorado greenback cutthroat trout. Thanks to this important discovery, the cutthroat has been reintroduced into 19 creeks in Colorado and is now Colorado's official state fish.

Other area watering holes include Lake Isabel and Beckwith Reservoir. Camping and hiking are available in the national forest along Colorado 165. Visitors can rent rooms at one log cabin in Rye, but other lodging options are available in Colorado City, just seven miles to the east. While Rye does have its share of interesting older homes, Colorado City also offers the area's only selection of restaurants and other amenities for travelers. For additional information click on any of the links below: 

http://greenhornchamber.org/  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rye,_Colorado  

http://www.city-data.com/city/Rye-Colorado.html#b 

https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/USCO0342:1:US

 I would love to talk to you about what this small quaint town located at the base of GreenHorn Mountain.  Call me today!!!

Walsenburg, CO

Walsenburg was the first Statutory City in Territorial Colorado and is the county seat of Huerfano County, located in Southern Colorado. Incorporated on June 16, 1873, Walsenburg was the first statutory city and seventh incorporated municipality in the Territory of Colorado.  Located only 52 miles from the New Mexico border and only 42 miles to Pueblo, Colorado. Walsenburg is in the heart of Spanish Peaks Country,criss-crossed by I-25 and state highways 160 and 10 and nestled in the shadows of the soaring twin peaks and the eastern slope of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, it has been attracting and guiding travelers for centuries. Walsenburg is the gateway to many outdoor activities including, hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing and much more. For more information about this great town click on one of the many links below.

http://www.cityofwalsenburg.net/ 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walsenburg,_Colorado   

http://www.city-data.com/city/Walsenburg-Colorado.html#b  

https://www.colorado.com/travel-information-services/walsenburg 

http://www.laplazainnwalsenburg.com/ 

https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/USCO0396:1:US

I would love to talk to you about what this great town.  Call me today!!!

La Veta

Welcome to Southern Colorado's Cuchara Valley, a delightful undiscovered destination where you will find a refreshing small-town quality of life.This small, laid-back town at the base of the majestic Spanish Peaks is located along the Scenic Highway of Legends. La Veta served as a vital lifeline a century ago; the town was originally a busy trading center, supplying the nearby area with goods. It is now home to a diverse population of artists and ranchers.  Activities abound with mountain climbing, fishing, hunting, biking and much more. For more information, click on any of the links below:

http://lavetacucharachamber.com/  

http://www.townoflaveta-co.gov/ 

https://www.colorado.com/cities-and-towns/la-veta 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_Veta,_Colorado  

http://www.city-data.com/city/La-Veta-Colorado.html#b 

https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/USCO0225:1:US

I would love to talk to you about what this great town.  Call me today!!!