All You Need to Know about Custer County, Colorado
Created out of the southern half of Fremont County and named in honor of Lt Col George Armstrong Custer, Custer County has a small population of just 4255 people. The county seat of Custer County of Colorado is Westcliffe. If you are a lover of nature and love to take part in outdoor activities, you will fall in love with the terrain of Custer County which is rugged and mountainous. In fact, Custer County is believed to have the most beautiful landscape among all counties of Colorado.
Median household income in Custer County is low at $38605 while the median home prices of real estate here are #230700. This makes cost of living on the higher side than it is in the rest of Colorado. The area has an overall rural feel to it which is why a high percentage of the population belongs to seniors who come here to live a quiet and peaceful life.
Custer County is bordered by Fremont County on its north. Other counties with which Custer County shares borders are Saguache, Huerfano County, and Pueblo County. A large portion of Custer County is National Forest land. You will love to explore the wildlife in these mountains if you are a lover of nature.
Custer County was a site of the famous silver rush during the 1870’s. Its economy is dependent upon mining, agriculture, and tourism. The beautiful landscape of the county attracts large number of tourists who come here to indulge in outdoor activities like camping, hunting, hiking, and fishing. Top places to live in Custer County are Westcliffe and Silver Cliff as they have sizeable populations and provide most modern amenities to their residents. Despite being rural, real estate in Custer County is not cheap as high demand from lovers of nature has kept it higher than the national average.
Custer Count y is served by Custer County School District C-1. The most popular school here is Custer County High School. These schools have a K-12 public school system. There are also Elementary and Middle Schools in Custer County to look after educational requirements of the kids. You can rest assured of quality education of your kids when planning to move to Custer County.
Custer County is considered a safe place to live for families. You can have a lot of peace of mind in this regard when going to do your job in the morning. Talk to a local realtor to find a suitable home for your family in Custer County today.
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