Hamilton County, Texas Land Information
Stretching out 836 square miles across the Edwards Plateau is Hamilton County. Founded in 1856, the county is now home to 8,159 residents. Unlike many of its neighbors, Hamilton doesn’t have a ton of waterways running through it. Of its 836 square miles, only half a mile of that is water. However, Hamilton makes up for that with exciting amenities. Billy the Kid Museum is sure to entertain guests and residents alike. Red Wing Dove Vineyard gives residents a taste of fresh, local wine. There was approximately $124 million of land for sale
in Hamilton County, Texas, recently on Land And Farm. The amount of all Hamilton County farms
, hunting land
and other land for sale was about 27,400 acres. Land And Farm data reveals there was a one percent change over April based on the number of land and property listings advertised for sale in Hamilton County. Hamilton County is the 195th largest county (836 square miles) in Texas. Hamilton County has a large agricultural economy, with 1,001 farms recorded in the county during the latest U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Hamilton County generate annual revenues of $1 million, the majority of which comes from livestock products. Most farming activity in Hamilton County is focused on crop production. The county is considered popular among retirees. To find more land for sale in Texas
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