Coleman County, Texas Land Information
Coleman County, Texas, stretches across 1,281 square miles and is home to just 8,000 residents. Originally organized in 1864, Coleman County was named after Robert M. Coleman, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and a soldier at the Battle of Jacinto. The rich Colorado river flows through Coleman, bringing a host of recreational and fun activities, some of which include fishing, swimming, and kayaking. The county also presents an array of parks and land to explore and hike, including great sites like the Great Western Cattle Trail. The combined value of farms
, hunting land
and other land for sale in Texas's Coleman County recently on Land And Farm was more than $93 million. This represents nearly 200 acres of farms
for sale in Coleman County. Land And Farm data shows there was a 12 percent change from last month based on the total amount of Coleman County land and property listings for sale. Coleman County is the 35th biggest county (1,281 square miles) in Texas. Agriculture and farming drives the Coleman County economy, with 906 farms recorded in this Texas locale during the U.S. Census in 2012. Farm businesses in Coleman County generate annual revenues of $3 million, 60 percent being from livestock bred in the county. Coleman County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. To find more land for sale in Texas
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