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Custer County, Colorado Land Information
Occupying what is known as Wet Mountain Valley between the Sangre de Cristo peaks to the west and Wet Mountains to the east, Custer County also abuts Great Sand Dunes National Park on the southwestern slopes of the Sangre de Cristo range. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains (Spanish for "Blood of Christ") are the southernmost subrange of the Rockies. The county seat of Westcliffe is a rural community of fewer than 5,000 residents that has been recognized, along with neighboring Silver Cliff, by the International Dark-Sky Association for their lack of light pollution and visibility of the night sky. Awarded in 2015, the two towns are the highest of the existing 16 certified locations around the world, with their 8,000-foot altitude getting stargazers that bit closer to the stars and Milky Way. The total value of farms and ranches for sale in Colorado's Custer County recently on Land And Farm was about $142 million. This represents approximately 18,700 acres of ranches, farms, hunting land and other rural land and acreage for sale in Custer County. Custer County is ranked 17th in Colorado given the combined acres of land for sale. Custer County is the 52nd largest county (740 square miles) in Colorado. Custer County is in the South Central Colorado region. Based on its natural assets, Custer County's economy is dependent on tourism and recreation. Custer County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. The county is considered popular among retirees. To find more land for sale in Colorado, sign up for Land And Farm's Colorado land-for-sale email alerts and never miss out on a new listing again! You can also search Land And Farm to find land brokers and agents in Colorado who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout Colorado, including farms and ranches for sale in Custer County.


Custer County, Colorado Land Information
Occupying what is known as Wet Mountain Valley between the Sangre de Cristo peaks to the west and Wet Mountains to the east, Custer County also abuts Great Sand Dunes National Park on the southwestern slopes of the Sangre de Cristo range. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains (Spanish for "Blood of Christ") are the southernmost subrange of the Rockies. The county seat of Westcliffe is a rural community of fewer than 5,000 residents that has been recognized, along with neighboring Silver Cliff, by the International Dark-Sky Association for their lack of light pollution and visibility of the night sky. Awarded in 2015, the two towns are the highest of the existing 16 certified locations around the world, with their 8,000-foot altitude getting stargazers that bit closer to the stars and Milky Way. The total value of farms and ranches for sale in Colorado's Custer County recently on Land And Farm was about $142 million. This represents approximately 18,700 acres of ranches, farms, hunting land and other rural land and acreage for sale in Custer County. Custer County is ranked 17th in Colorado given the combined acres of land for sale. Custer County is the 52nd largest county (740 square miles) in Colorado. Custer County is in the South Central Colorado region. Based on its natural assets, Custer County's economy is dependent on tourism and recreation. Custer County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. The county is considered popular among retirees. To find more land for sale in Colorado, sign up for Land And Farm's Colorado land-for-sale email alerts and never miss out on a new listing again! You can also search Land And Farm to find land brokers and agents in Colorado who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout Colorado, including farms and ranches for sale in Custer County.