(Off-Market) Burleson County TX Aquaculture Previously for Sale

Burleson County, Texas Aquaculture Land Information
Browse all aquaculture land for sale in Burleson County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. There were 580 acres of aquaculture land for sale in Texas's Burleson County based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of this land and rural real estate was $3 million. The price of aquaculture land for sale in Burleson County is much more expensive than average price of aquaculture land for sale throughout the rest of Texas. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Burleson County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Burleson County is 223rd in terms of its size (659 square miles). Burleson County is located in the South Central region of Texas. The central region of Texas covers the state's three largest cities: Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio. The limestone terrain of Texas Hill Country lies in Central Texas, as do the state's three largest rivers, the Trinity, the Brazos and the Colorado.


Burleson County, Texas Aquaculture Land Information
Browse all aquaculture land for sale in Burleson County on Land And Farm to find your next land purchase. There were 580 acres of aquaculture land for sale in Texas's Burleson County based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of this land and rural real estate was $3 million. The price of aquaculture land for sale in Burleson County is much more expensive than average price of aquaculture land for sale throughout the rest of Texas. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Burleson County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Burleson County is 223rd in terms of its size (659 square miles). Burleson County is located in the South Central region of Texas. The central region of Texas covers the state's three largest cities: Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth and San Antonio. The limestone terrain of Texas Hill Country lies in Central Texas, as do the state's three largest rivers, the Trinity, the Brazos and the Colorado.