Attention realtors and title representatives: Timberdale Ranch Covenants, Financial Statements, By-Laws, and Architectural Guidelines can be found here and here.
Timberdale Ranch is a 585-acre rural subdivision located 25 miles east of Durango, in southwest Colorado. The subdivision was created in 1972 as Chimney Ranch and was renamed Timberdale Ranch in March 1984. The majority of lots are owned by individuals and families, with seven common-area lots owned by Timberdale Ranch Owners Association, and eight common-area lots owned by Skystone Owners Association. Currently there are 68 residences plus a caretaker’s residence in the community. Residents enjoy the natural ponderosa pine and Gambel oak environment. Wildlife in the area includes mule deer, elk, black bear, mountain lion, fox, coyote, bobcat, and porcupine. Birds living in or near the ranch are wild turkey, golden and bald eagle, red-tailed hawk, horned owl, raven, bluebird, woodpecker, nuthatch, and chickadee.