(Off-Market) Burleson County TX Natural Forest Previously for Sale

Natural Forest Information
Browse all Burleson County forest and timberland for sale on Land And Farm to find the right timberland acreage for your commercial or individual investment needs. Recent Land And Farm data showed 200 acres of natural forestland for sale in Texas's Burleson County, which was valued at a combined $1 million. The price of natural forestland for sale in Burleson County is much more expensive than average price of natural forestland 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 stretches across 677 square miles of Texas territory and is home to just over 17,000 residents. Originally founded in 1846, Burleson County is also home to Somerville Lake, a reservoir on Yegua Creek stretches out over 3.8 square miles and offers a range of activities and amenities. Arriving at the creek, one is met with an exciting list of options, including camping, Voting, and fishing, in addition to the various walking and jogging trails. As you explore Burleson County, you find a range of various range of recreation activities that the county has to offer. One of these exciting finds is Bluebonnet Park, which provides territory for those who like to ride dirt bikes in ATVs.


Natural Forest Information
Browse all Burleson County forest and timberland for sale on Land And Farm to find the right timberland acreage for your commercial or individual investment needs. Recent Land And Farm data showed 200 acres of natural forestland for sale in Texas's Burleson County, which was valued at a combined $1 million. The price of natural forestland for sale in Burleson County is much more expensive than average price of natural forestland 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 stretches across 677 square miles of Texas territory and is home to just over 17,000 residents. Originally founded in 1846, Burleson County is also home to Somerville Lake, a reservoir on Yegua Creek stretches out over 3.8 square miles and offers a range of activities and amenities. Arriving at the creek, one is met with an exciting list of options, including camping, Voting, and fishing, in addition to the various walking and jogging trails. As you explore Burleson County, you find a range of various range of recreation activities that the county has to offer. One of these exciting finds is Bluebonnet Park, which provides territory for those who like to ride dirt bikes in ATVs.