Coleman County, Texas Land Information
Organized in 1864 and named after Robert M. Coleman, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and a soldier at the Battle of Jacinto, Coleman County stretches out over an expansive 1,281 square miles. The richness of the Colorado River flows through Coleman, offering a host of recreational activities like fishing and boating. Coleman offers its wide-open land to provide parks for the entire family to enjoy and is also home to sites like the Great Western Cattle Trail. Land for sale in Coleman County, Texas, recently totaled $80 million and just over 34,300 acres. Land And Farm data indicates the average price ($992,985) of land and rural property for sale in Coleman County was 22 percent cheaper than the average for other land currently for sale throughout the state. Coleman County is Texas's 34th largest county (1,262 square miles). 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. Land for sale in Coleman County equals less than one percent of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the Lone Star State based on overall acreage. Home to species like whitetail deer and wild turkey, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Coleman County
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