Folks are moving to Bayfield! It remains affordable! Population currently is around 2000 residents, and there are a bunch of great businesses who have set up shop in Bayfield. Lewis True Value, First National Bank of Durango, Pine River Valley Bank, Alert Signs, Autocrafters, the Pine River Library, Brenda's Old West Cafe, Tequilas Mexican Restaurant, Hongs Garden Grill are just a few.
Subdivisions are going in and offer brand new housing at affordable pricing. Dove Ranch is on the north side of town and will eventually have approximately 231 homes. These lots vary in size from about a tenth of an acre to over 3 acres.
Fox Farm Village is an affordable housing subdivision and should have 50 multi family Dwelling units and 8 Fair Market Lots.
Mesa Meadows across the street from the Bayfield elementary School has 138 Single Family Residential lots, and Homestead Farms, a new subdivision just outside of city limits, has wonderful views, open space, and new homes!
Schools in Bayfield are highly rated and the district consists of one high school, one middle school, one elementary school, and one primary school.
You will not be disappointed!
The Town’s population is approximately 1800 residents with 900 rooftops currently being served by Town Utilities.
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This data was last updated: Sep 22, 2019 2:46:pm.
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