(Off-Market) Bosque County TX Industrial Land Previously for Sale

Bosque County, Texas Industrial Land Information
Browse all industrial land for sale in Bosque County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. The total value of six acres of industrial land recently listed for sale in Bosque County, Texas, was $425,000. The price of industrial land for sale in Bosque County The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Bosque County is residential land. The economy here is principally agricultural. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Bosque County ranks 79th in terms of size (629,106 acres). Stretching out over 1,003 square miles, Bosque is one of the Lone Star State’s hidden gems. With two waterways paving the land -- the Bosque River and the Brazos River, and two lakes sparkling under the sun -- the Lake Meridian and Lake Whitney, it’s no wonder the county’s 18,000 residents keep it tucked away. Though it has been more than 150 years since the county was originated, its rich heritage and pioneer spirits have remained. Residents who appreciate history enjoy the Santa Fe Railroad and the Texas Lakes trail.


Bosque County, Texas Industrial Land Information
Browse all industrial land for sale in Bosque County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. The total value of six acres of industrial land recently listed for sale in Bosque County, Texas, was $425,000. The price of industrial land for sale in Bosque County The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Bosque County is residential land. The economy here is principally agricultural. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Bosque County ranks 79th in terms of size (629,106 acres). Stretching out over 1,003 square miles, Bosque is one of the Lone Star State’s hidden gems. With two waterways paving the land -- the Bosque River and the Brazos River, and two lakes sparkling under the sun -- the Lake Meridian and Lake Whitney, it’s no wonder the county’s 18,000 residents keep it tucked away. Though it has been more than 150 years since the county was originated, its rich heritage and pioneer spirits have remained. Residents who appreciate history enjoy the Santa Fe Railroad and the Texas Lakes trail.