Buena Vista was named one of "The Best Towns in America" and a "New American Dream Town" by Outside Magazine in 2005 and for good reasons. Every summer, thousands of people flock to Buena Vista, Colorado, to climb the faces of rocky cliffs, to prospect in the mineral-rich mountainsides, to fish in the cold, clear waters of our lakes and rivers, and enjoy the company of like-minded companions.
Those who can, stay and raise their families in this pristine, small-town setting with excellent schools and a beautiful new library. Or they purchase land or a house with an eye to enjoying their summers or retirement years in the beauty of the valley. For those who enjoy winter sports, major ski resorts are only an hour away, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are available to all.
Because of the unique placement of the valley with full views of the Collegiate Peaks range, the area enjoys more blue skies and sunshine than many parts of the state, with less snow, which generally makes it easy to arrive at your destination even in the wintertime. The valley, becoming known as a place for painters, writers, and fiber artists, has traditionally been agricultural, and at most times of the year you can see calves and cattle in the fields. At the crossroads of two state highways, Buena Vista is easy to find, and is only 90 minutes or two hours from the big cities. The town also has its own airport capable of accepting large private jets.
Are you planning to relocate or acquire a vacation home in Buena Vista, Colorado? Whether you are looking for a new home, a ranch, a vacant land or a commercial property, please call our office at 719.395.8616 to reach one of our expert real estate consultants. We have the knowledge, skills and resources to make your buying and selling experience fun and rewarding.