I will discuss a class of non-compact solutions to the Strominger-Hull system, the first order system of equations for preserving N=1 supersymmetry in heterotic compactifications to four dimensions. The solutions consists of the conifold and its Z2 orbifold with Abelian gauge fields and non-zero three-form flux. The heterotic Bianchi Identity is solved in a large charge limit of the gauge fields, where it is shown that the topological term p1(TX) can be consistently neglected. At large distances, these solutions are locally Ricci-flat. For a given flux, the family of solutions has three real parameters, the size of the pair of two spheres in the IR and the dilaton zero mode. There exists an explicit analytic solution for the decoupled near horizon region where for a given flux, the size of the cycles is frozen and the only parameter is the dilaton zero mode. This near horizon region also has an exactly solvable worldsheet CFT. When one of the two cycles has vanishing size the near horizon region disappears, but a solution on the unorbifolded resolved conifold still exists.