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Como CO

It is believed the town was named by miners from Como, Italy, who worked the coalfields of the area. In 1879, the town became the location of a depot of the Denver, South Park, and Pacific Railroad, which was extended over Kenosha Pass to reach the silver mining areas during the Colorado Silver Boom. Later, the town served as a division point for trains going northward over Boreas Pass and southward toward Garos and over Trout Creek Pass at the western end of South Park. The town has many historic weathered structures, including the roundhouse, hotel, and depot, and has the air of a ghost town that is still nevertheless populated, by twenty people. It has a small commercial district consisting of a post office, gallery, hotel. The depot has been renovated with plans to make it an area tourist attraction.

Como CO Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $405K
Lowest Price $13.5K
Highest Price $8.3M
Total Listings 104
Avg. Days On Market 72
Avg. Price/SQFT $363

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