Land for Sale in Texas
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The Lone Star State has over 200 public hunting areas, which include wildlife management areas, state parks, and U.S. Forest Service lands. The state is also home to 191,000 miles of rivers and streams, along with numerous lakes and reservoirs, and Gulf of Mexico coastline. Lands of America data shows appromixately $32 billion in land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in the Lone Star State, representing 4,611,148 acres of land for sale in Texas. This is a 44 percent change compared to last month in the total amount of Texas land and property for sale. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Tarrant County had the most land for sale. Based on comps submitted through the Lands of America Comparable Sales program in April, Texas had the most land sales. Of the 766 recorded land sales, the total value of all completed sales was $1 billion for all property and land sold in Texas (a six percent decline over the month before). The most land sales in the state last month were recorded in Edwards County. Texas is the second-biggest state in the United States, covering an area of 268,601 square miles (172 million acres). As one the country's top farming states, current uses of land for sale in Texas include for agriculture, hunting, fishing, and residential use. Livestock on farms and ranches for sale in Texas include cattle, horses, goats, sheep, and pigs. Game species to be found on land for sale in Texas include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey, and quail. Fishermen can enjoy casting for bass, catfish, trout, pike, walleye, and salmon.
Water, Fences, Grass ! 145 acres of rangeland all fenced and cross fenced once. Plenty of water for livestock with four stock ponds and a great site for a large lake. Extensive brush clearing has recently been completed to improve the production of native grasses and is waiting for you to put your own touch to it. Pleasing rolling terrain with a nice hilltop home site. Located in Navarro County south of Dallas and in close proximity to Richland-Chambers Lake and Navarro Mills Lake. Folks, this is true rural Texas, free of traffic and developments and congestion. Build your own Texas ranch where the cattle roam and coyotes howl and you can actually see the sun rise and set. Maybe even see a deer now and then.