Navarro County, Texas Land Information
Named after Jose Antonio Navarro, a Tejano leader in the Texas Revolution and a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence, Tejano County stretches across 1,086 square miles and houses a population of 48,000 residents. Navarro County offers both a rich history and plenty of amenities for guests to enjoy. A highlight is Richland Creek Reservoir, an expansive body of water impounded by the Richland Creek and the Chambers Creek that offers fishing, biking, camping, and even horseback riding. Navarro also features Angelita Vineyard and Winery, which allows residents and guests alike to relax and enjoy fresh wine from locally grown grapes. Just over 1,500 acres of land were listed for sale in Navarro County recently; the total value of all Navarro County farms
for sale was over $73 million. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, there was a seven percent change over April 2019 based on the total amount of land and property listings advertised for sale in Navarro County. Navarro County is the 59th biggest county (1,086 square miles) in Texas. Crops like wheat and hay are the main focus of farms located in Navarro County. To find more Texas land and rural properties
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