This is my home. I love it here and I am excited to share it with you. From mountains to high desert, winter sports to summer adventures…SW Colorado has it all!  Find out more about what you can see and do here. Discover what’s going on, and where to visit, recreate, play, dine, and shop. Explore local real estate while you learn about one of America’s most picturesque regions, rated one of the best places in the U.S. to live according to U.S.News & World Report. Every location has its own unique amenities and attractions. Learn more from long-time resident, property owner, and realtor Gia Pirelli.


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Montrose,  Heart of SW Colorado

Home of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Montrose is also the hub and heart of the surrounding communities from high mountains to high desert. Once a supply center for mountain mining and valley ranching and farming, Montrose County is growing, rehoming locals and drawing new people because of its temperate climate and recreational and cultural amenities.  Rather you reside here, are visiting, or shopping for real estate, take time to explore this corner of SW Colorado. [Learn more]

Delta,  High desert and verdant valleys

Known for agritourism, Delta county is the largest organic producing region in Colorado. It is lush with orchards, vineyards, and farmlands. Local festivals celebrate organic farming, wine-making, and fall fruit season. Diverse communities offer a plethora of geology, lifestyles, and recreational opportunities including golf and gold medal fishing. Museums tell the area’s history from the earliest Native American residents, through fur traders to miners (mostly coal), homesteaders. Learn more.

Ouray and Ridgway — gateway to the San Juans

Scenic Ouray, surrounded by peaks topping 14,000 feet, is known as the Switzerland of America. Founded when gold and silver was discovered, it was colonized by early miners and their families, quickly becoming a cultural center. Many or the original buildings remain. Ridgway was originally a railroad town, a central point for supplies going to and from the mines and the nearby ranching communities. Today it is known for its art and live entertainment and great restaurants. Learn more.