Texas Land Information
Originally founded in 1887, Mills county stretches over 750 square miles and has a population of just 4,900 residents. Several natural waterways flow through the quiet county: the Colorado River, Pecan Bayou, Bennett Creek, and more, all providing excellent swimming and fishing opportunities. A combined 37,800 acres were listed for sale in Mills County recently; the overall value of all Mills County land and rural real estate for sale was $149 million. It has the 19th most land for sale in the state
based on total acreage. Based on recent listing values on Land And Farm, the average price ($1.4 million) of land and rural property for sale in Mills County was 17 percent more than the state average for other land currently listed for sale in Texas. Mills County is Texas's 208th largest county (748 square miles). Mills County's economy is defined as agricultural, with 870 farms recorded in this Texas county during the last U.S. Census. Farm businesses in Mills County generate annual revenues of $4 million, the majority of which comes from livestock products. Land for sale in Mills County represents less than one percent of land and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the Lone Star State based on overall 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 Mills County
. Most farming activity in Mills County is focused on crop production.