(Off-Market) Burnet County TX Marina Previously for Sale

Marina Information
Browse all waterfront property for sale in Burnet County on Land And Farm to find the marina, lakefront and other recreational property that meets your needs, from waterside land perfect as a retirement investment to existing residential waterfront land and property for hunting, fishing and other outdoor-recreation pursuits! You can also find more land and properties for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Burnet County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Burnet County ranks 74th by overall square mileage. Burnet County is located in Central Texas. Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, just east of Llano County, Burnet County is home to nearly 43,000 people. Spreading out over 1,000 square miles, Burnet is flush with sparkling lakes, rolling hills, and beautiful state parks. Originally organized in 1852, much of Burnet relied on agriculture to drive its economy. Though tourism has begun to grow Burnet into a tourist attraction, it still maintains its natural beauty and peaceful scenery. Visitors come from all over to see sites like Longhorn Cavern, Historic Burnet Square, and the Highland Lakes Air Museum.


Marina Information
Browse all waterfront property for sale in Burnet County on Land And Farm to find the marina, lakefront and other recreational property that meets your needs, from waterside land perfect as a retirement investment to existing residential waterfront land and property for hunting, fishing and other outdoor-recreation pursuits! You can also find more land and properties for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Burnet County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in Texas, Burnet County ranks 74th by overall square mileage. Burnet County is located in Central Texas. Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, just east of Llano County, Burnet County is home to nearly 43,000 people. Spreading out over 1,000 square miles, Burnet is flush with sparkling lakes, rolling hills, and beautiful state parks. Originally organized in 1852, much of Burnet relied on agriculture to drive its economy. Though tourism has begun to grow Burnet into a tourist attraction, it still maintains its natural beauty and peaceful scenery. Visitors come from all over to see sites like Longhorn Cavern, Historic Burnet Square, and the Highland Lakes Air Museum.