Hello, nice to meet you! I am a Ridgway, Colorado resident and enthusiast. I believe–as do many others–that Ridgway is one of the most beautiful and spectacular places on earth. I grew up in San Diego, California, where I practiced family law for 15 years before moving to Colorado. I got my Colorado real estate license in 2004 and was in real estate for 10 years, then went into mortgage lending for 4 years before I retired. However, real estate, my first love, beckoned me back. I am now a broker associate with Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties in Montrose, working primarily from home or the satellite office in Ridgway, and sometimes on the road or in another state or country I may be visiting. I am definitely a mobile real estate broker.
When I am not selling real estate, you can find me hiking, cycling, skiing, camping, fishing, golfing, playing and listening to music, attending live theater and other cultural events, or traveling around Colorado and beyond. I currently serve on the Ridgway Town Council, the Creative Arts District Creative Advocacy Team (CAT), and the Open Space, Parks, and Trails Committee. I also volunteer as a guide during the summer giving True Grit tours in Ridgway, where many scenes were shot for the original 1969 John Wayne movie. I am also an Airbnb host and rent out the guest room in my home located in the heart of the Town of Ridgway, which has given me the opportunity to meet many interesting people from all over the United State and other countries.
In short, I love what I do, where I live, and sharing my knowledge of Ridgway and real estate expertise with clients, local residents, visitors, and friends alike. That is the primary reason I created this website. I want you to fall in love with Ridgway just like I did. Whether you are planning to visit Ridgway or relocate here permanently, or already live here, I hope you will find Ridgway Living to be a valuable resource that you will come back to regularly for the latest on Ridgway real estate and happenings. Happy exploring!
Ninah at the top of Courthouse Peak