Duval County, Texas Land Information
Originally organized in 1879, Duval County covers 1,796 square miles and has a population of 11,000 people. Lying just west of Jim Wells County, Duval County played an important role in the economic and political development of South Texas. The discovery of oil and gas boosted the local economy, causing residents to flock to Duval. The county has gone through its share of political turmoil, but today it remains peaceful. Duval has historical sites for residents to enjoy, like Duval County Courthouse and Cactus Garden. The value of all land
and rural real estate for sale in Texas's Duval County recently over $75 million, representing more than 32,400 acres of land for sale in Duval County. Duval County is Texas's 13th biggest county (1,793 square miles). Duval County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Texas. To find more Texas land and rural properties
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