This unique solar powered property is only a 37 minute (26 mi.) drive to Durango, 53 minutes (39 mi.) to Farmington, and 24 minutes (13 mi.) to Ignacio. It is situated on a very private 39 acres near Bondad Hill. The home is a cute cabin that was started in 2008 and finished being built in 2010, it is slightly over 1600 sq. ft. The house is heated mostly by the use of an impressive river rock wood burning stove in the living area with the aid of a small propane stove located in the kitchen. A backup generator found in the garage space serves as the power source if the solar runs out of energy. The house also has an attached carport as well as an enclosed 1800 sq. ft garage/storage space with a ceiling height of about 18 ft.
Kyle grew up in Bayfield, where he attended Bayfield High School. After graduation he relocated to Vallecito where he worked with local contracting firm, McCarty Excavation, on various construction projects. Kyle’s construction experience provides him with insight into many issues ancillary to real estate, including contacts with builders and service providers in the area. Kyle has also worked as a local snow plow operator for the last several years, gaining extensive knowledge of the various Vallecito neighborhoods. Always looking to broaden his horizons, Kyle became a licensed Colorado real estate broker in 2015. Kyle is now focusing on helping his real estate clients reach their goals, and is putting his knowledge of the area to its highest and best use.