Medina County TX Land for Sale - Page 1 of 17

Texas Land Information
A combined 27,482 acres were listed for sale in Medina County recently; the value of all Medina County land for sale was $114 million. Recent data indicates the average price ($706,481) of land and rural property for sale in Medina County was 44 percent lower than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in Texas on Land And Farm. Medina County is the 30th biggest county (1,325 square miles) in Texas. With a population of over 46,000, Medina County spreads out over 1,335 square miles and offers 9.2 square miles of lakes and rivers. Medina is home to the Medina Dam, which is registered as the fourth largest in the country. Pairing expansive territory, and modest living, Medina features quiet feats like Hondo Creek, while housing part of San Antonio for those who prefer the city. The county is also considered popular among retirees. Land for sale in Medina County equals less than one percent of land and rural property for sale on Land And Farm in the Lone Star State based on combined acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Medina County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming).



Texas Land Information
A combined 27,482 acres were listed for sale in Medina County recently; the value of all Medina County land for sale was $114 million. Recent data indicates the average price ($706,481) of land and rural property for sale in Medina County was 44 percent lower than the state average for all land and property listed for sale in Texas on Land And Farm. Medina County is the 30th biggest county (1,325 square miles) in Texas. With a population of over 46,000, Medina County spreads out over 1,335 square miles and offers 9.2 square miles of lakes and rivers. Medina is home to the Medina Dam, which is registered as the fourth largest in the country. Pairing expansive territory, and modest living, Medina features quiet feats like Hondo Creek, while housing part of San Antonio for those who prefer the city. The county is also considered popular among retirees. Land for sale in Medina County equals less than one percent of land and rural property for sale on Land And Farm in the Lone Star State based on combined acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Medina County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming).