Lee County, Texas Land Information
Named after Robert E. Lee, the commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, Lee County stretches across 634 square miles and is home to almost 17,000 residents. Lee County is a wholesome county, offering quaint and relaxing activities and amenities for its residents. Somerville Lake, the same lake shared with Burleson County, offers camping, boating, and fishing opportunities. For those who prefer the indoors, the county offers a list of family-friendly activities like Leesure Lanes, a popular bowling alley, and the Texas Wendish Heritage Museum, a museum for both young and mature history buffs. Nearly 6,500 acres of rural land and real estate were advertised for sale in Lee County recently; the total value of all Lee County farms
, and rural property
for sale was nearly $56 million. Recent data shows there was a three percent increase over April 2019 based on the total amount of land and property listings advertised for sale in Lee County. Lee County is Texas's 230th biggest county (634 square miles). Agriculture and farming drives the Lee County economy, with 1,807 farms recorded in this Texas locale during the U.S. Census in 2012. Farm businesses in Lee County generate annual revenues of $2 million, 67 percent being from livestock bred in the county. Lee County farms are focused toward crops like wheat and cotton. To find more land for sale in Texas
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