Texas Land Information
Covering 734 square miles over the Lone Star State, Johnson County is home to over 150,000 residents. Graced with remnants of its humble beginnings, the county's first settler was a man named Henry Briden, whose cabin still stands today along Highway 174 in Rio Vista. Offering higher education institutions like Southwest Adventist University and Hill College, Johnson is no boring place to live. Though life here is quiet, the county offers exciting amenities for those who love the outdoors, like Cleburne State Park. For those who want a little adventure, Pirates Cove is the perfect place to beat the summer heat and let the whole family enjoy the thrill of a waterpark. The value of land for sale in Texas's Johnson County recently on Land And Farm was $75 million. This represents 3,732 acres of farms, ranches and other land for sale in Johnson County. Recent Land And Farm data reveals the average price ($753,984) of land and rural property for sale in Johnson County was 36 percent less than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in Texas on Land And Farm. Johnson County is the 210th biggest county (725 square miles) in the Lone Star State. Land for sale in Johnson County equals less than one percent of land and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the Lone Star State based on total acreage. With land here being home to species like whitetail deer and wild turkey, not surprisingly hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Johnson County
. Johnson County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton.