Comanche County TX Land for Sale - Page 1 of 11

Texas Land Information
There was a combined $119 million of land and ranches for sale in Comanche County, Texas, recently on Land And Farm. The total acreage of all Comanche County farms, ranches and other land for sale was 28,599 acres. Recent Land And Farm data shows the average price ($792,061) of land for sale in Comanche County was 37 percent less than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in Texas on Land And Farm. Comanche County is the 90th biggest county (938 square miles) in the Lone Star State. Expanding 948 square miles across the Edwards Plateau is Comanche County. Founded in 1856 and named after the Comanche Native American Tribe, Comanche is now home to 13,430 residents. Known for its fertile soil, Comanche has numerous rivers that flow through it, including the Leon River and the Sabana River. Comanche offers a list of amenities that residents can enjoy, such as fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding. Comanche County has a large agricultural economy, with 1,435 farms recorded in the county during the latest U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Comanche County generate annual revenues of $4 million, most of which comes from livestock products. Land for sale in Comanche County accounts for less than one percent of land and rural property for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on total acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Comanche County. Comanche County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton.



Texas Land Information
There was a combined $119 million of land and ranches for sale in Comanche County, Texas, recently on Land And Farm. The total acreage of all Comanche County farms, ranches and other land for sale was 28,599 acres. Recent Land And Farm data shows the average price ($792,061) of land for sale in Comanche County was 37 percent less than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in Texas on Land And Farm. Comanche County is the 90th biggest county (938 square miles) in the Lone Star State. Expanding 948 square miles across the Edwards Plateau is Comanche County. Founded in 1856 and named after the Comanche Native American Tribe, Comanche is now home to 13,430 residents. Known for its fertile soil, Comanche has numerous rivers that flow through it, including the Leon River and the Sabana River. Comanche offers a list of amenities that residents can enjoy, such as fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding. Comanche County has a large agricultural economy, with 1,435 farms recorded in the county during the latest U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Comanche County generate annual revenues of $4 million, most of which comes from livestock products. Land for sale in Comanche County accounts for less than one percent of land and rural property for sale on Land And Farm in the state based on total acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Comanche County. Comanche County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton.