Overview:Founded in 1851, San Luis is the oldest town in Colorado and one of the smallest at .54 square miles. Located in the south central part of the State and 18 miles north of the New Mexico border, it is populated primarily by the Hispanic families who originally settled there.
Attractions:Spiritually minded, this tiny town is most well known for its Stations of the Cross. Bronze statues climb the mesa near town, each one representing a time during the crucifixion of Christ. A Christmastime posada is held annually, celebrating the journey of Mary and Joseph. The Great Sand Dunes National Park is a short one hour drive North.
Real Estate:San Luis has a variety of affordable homes including single family homes, mobile and manufactured homes. There are very few condominiums and townhomes. However, Vacant Land/Lots are of abundance in this area with breathtaking views of the San Luis Valley.