Sedalia Colorado was named after “Sedalia Kansas”, and similarly, has a quiet, rural, Kansas feel to it in some respects. The town itself only had 211 residents according to the 2000 US census. The population has grown a little bit since then, but not much.
Sedalia is located about 10 minutes South of highway C-470 in Highlands Ranch / Littleton, and about 10 minutes Northeast of I-25 in Castle Rock, so although it’s a rural town itself, Sedalia isn’t far from the conveniences of larger cities. The average lot size of a home in Sedalia is nearly 5 acres, so if you’re looking for a little elbow room, this is certainly a place where you’ll find it.
Prices in Sedalia haven’t suffered as much as in other areas because residents in Sedalia don’t move nearly as often as residents of a larger suburb. Because of that, there doesn’t seem to be as much competition by sellers – which, when paired with having fewer buyers than homes for sale, is what drives prices down in other areas.