I have recently placed my tai chi retreat on the market for sale. I thought readers of my blogs would be interested in knowing of its availability. You can learn more at forsalebyowner.com (#24201170), craigslist.org, or at Longhollowretreat.info. Here is some of the postings’ text. I’m available to answer questions. I describe it on HesperusColoradoRefuge.wordpress.com blog, too. Please comment if you like.
A scenic, recreational property in a natural setting 16 miles from Durango, Colorado. This is a good place for the right person who wants to be near Durango, but not always right in the thick of it. Two adjacent parcels (39 and 37 acres) surrounded by wildlife, forest and lots of sky. A private 76-acre private retreat packed with features that appeal to seekers of seclusion and activities such as hiking, bicycling, X-C skiing and meditation. This property has been used as a tai chi retreat for years. It’s a good writer’s retreat, as well. Good for horses, too. Some fencing is in place.
Long Hollow Creek, a spring-fed creek, divides one of the parcels. From the other, you have panoramic views of the La Plata Mountains, Sleeping Ute Mt., the Lukachukais and Chuskas in Arizona and lands south of Farmington, NM. Both are bordered by Southern Ute Tribal Land and a 300-acre ranch (inactive). An all-season, county-maintained road crosses the property’s southeast corner.
About 1,000 feet of the drive is graded and graveled, and about another 1,000 feet is natural gravel. At the end is a 610 sq. ft. cabin (built circa 1984) located near the stream. The cabin is used as a part-time residence but is in need of repair. It has lots of possibilities for a person with carpentry skills.
More details about the property and cabin are available at longhollowretreat.info where you can schedule an appointment to view.