Texas Land Information
Named after Kenneth L. Anderson, who was the Vice President of the Republic of Texas, in 1846. Stretching out over 1,078 square miles, Anderson County is home to 58,000 residents and extensive amenities and outdoor opportunities. Davey Dogwood Park and Catfish Creek are just two of the many connections to nature that Anderson County offers. For those who prefer city life, interesting attractions like Texas Vineyard, Smokehaus, and the Museum for East Texas Culture offer great dining and learning opportunities. A total of 13,864 acres were listed for sale in Anderson County recently, representing a total value of $73 million in Anderson County land and rural real estate for sale. Based on recent listing values on Land And Farm, the average price ($459,011) of farms, ranches and other land for sale in Anderson County was 61 percent less than the state average for other Texas land and property currently listed for sale on Land And Farm. Anderson County is the 56th biggest county (1,063 square miles) in Texas. Land for sale in Anderson County accounts for less than one percent of land and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on overall acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Anderson County
. Most farming activity in Anderson County is focused on crop production. From an economic perspective, government and state-level services contribute most to Anderson County's overall GDP.