(Off-Market) Anderson County TX Agribusiness Previously for Sale

Anderson County, Texas Agribusiness Land Information
Recent listings of agribusinesses for sale in Anderson County, Texas, totaled about 20 acres and a combined market value of $324,500. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Anderson County is agribusinesses. The average size of agribusinesses for sale in Anderson County was 20 acres. Anderson County is located in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Anderson County ranks 56th in terms of size. Stretching across 1,078 square miles, Anderson County was named after Kenneth L. Anderson in 1846 after he served as Vice President of the Republic of Texas. Anderson County provides extensive amenities and outdoor activities for its 58,000 residents. Davey Dogwood Park and Catfish Creek are just two of the waterways and natural amenities that the expansive county provides. The Texas Vineyard and Smokehaus, along with The Museum for East Texas Culture, are just a few of the city amenities that offer outstanding dining and learning opportunities. To find more land for sale in Texas , sign up for our Texas land-for-sale email alerts to get notifications about new land for sale in Anderson County matching your search parameters on Land And Farm! You can also search Land And Farm to find land brokers and agents in Texas who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout Texas, including land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in Anderson County.


Anderson County, Texas Agribusiness Land Information
Recent listings of agribusinesses for sale in Anderson County, Texas, totaled about 20 acres and a combined market value of $324,500. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Anderson County is agribusinesses. The average size of agribusinesses for sale in Anderson County was 20 acres. Anderson County is located in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Anderson County ranks 56th in terms of size. Stretching across 1,078 square miles, Anderson County was named after Kenneth L. Anderson in 1846 after he served as Vice President of the Republic of Texas. Anderson County provides extensive amenities and outdoor activities for its 58,000 residents. Davey Dogwood Park and Catfish Creek are just two of the waterways and natural amenities that the expansive county provides. The Texas Vineyard and Smokehaus, along with The Museum for East Texas Culture, are just a few of the city amenities that offer outstanding dining and learning opportunities. To find more land for sale in Texas , sign up for our Texas land-for-sale email alerts to get notifications about new land for sale in Anderson County matching your search parameters on Land And Farm! You can also search Land And Farm to find land brokers and agents in Texas who specialize in selling land, rural acreage and other recreational property in regions throughout Texas, including land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in Anderson County.