Comanche County, Texas Land Information
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. Land for sale in Comanche County, Texas, recently totaled over $137 million and more than 29,400 acres. Based on recent listing totals on Land And Farm, there was a one percent reduction from April 2019 based on the total amount of land and property listings advertised for sale in Comanche County. Comanche County is the 101st biggest county (948 square miles) in Texas. Agriculture and farming drives the Comanche County economy, with 1,435 farms recorded in this Texas locale during the U.S. Census in 2012. Farm businesses in Comanche County generate annual revenues of $4 million, most of which comes from livestock products. Most farming activity in Comanche County is focused on crop production. To find more land for sale in Texas
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