Sandoval County, New Mexico Land Information
The county of Sandoval stretches 3,716 square miles and is home to over 140,000 residents. Sandoval County features numerous natural amenities that draw residents and guests in every day, such as Valles Caldera. The 13.7-mile volcanic caldera features hot springs, streams, and fumaroles. Jemez Falls is a beautiful waterfall in the Jemez Mountains amidst the Santa Fe National Forest that offers hiking, a hot spring, and camping opportunities. Throughout Sandoval, the county offers a range of amenities that span from hiking and swimming to enjoying hot springs and camping. Over 45,100 acres of land were listed for sale in Sandoval County recently; the total value of all Sandoval County farms
, and rural property
for sale was about $164 million. Sandoval County ranks 10th in New Mexico based on the overall acres for sale here. Recent data shows there was a four percent change from April based on the total amount of land and property listings advertised for sale in Sandoval County. Sandoval County is New Mexico's 18th largest county (3,714 square miles). Sandoval County is in New Mexico's Central New Mexico region. Livestock farming is the area's main agricultural staple. The county is considered popular among retirees. Manufacturing and related services are the largest economic sectors in Sandoval County. To find more land, farms and other rural property for sale in New Mexico
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