Subdivisions – Colorado Style

Subdivision living in the Pagosa Springs areaThe fact is, unless you do buy a ranch or a large parcel of land, there is not a lot to choose from in this area that is not in a subdivision.  However, subdivisions in Colorado range from neighborhoods of small building-site lots to developments of parcels that are 35 acres or larger, and acres of tract homes with cookie-cutter houses just don’t exist here.  Some developments have rather strict covenants and restrictions while others have none.  So, rest assured, subdivision living can offer a wide variety of terrain and lifestyle, open space, privacy and seclusion, keeping livestock, and wildlife neighbors if that’s what you’re looking for.


This list of subdivisions within Archuleta County is not all inclusive – there are technically over 300 of them, though some have only a few lots.  It does include the main ones and provides an extensive overview of area terrain and lifestyles.

Downtown Pagosa Springs

Central Pagosa Springs

Pagosa Lakes

Aspen Springs



HWY 160 Northeast

Upper HWY 84

Lower HWY 84