(Off-Market) Coleman County TX Horse Farm Previously for Sale

Horse Farm Information
The total value of 304 acres of horse farms recently listed for sale in Coleman County, Texas, was $1 million. The average size of horse farms for sale in Coleman County was 152 acres, which is over twice the size of other horse farms listed for sale elsewhere in the state. Along with excellent pastureland ideal for horse grazing, horse farms for sale in Coleman County are also currently in use for livestock, timber, row crop, orchard, aquaculture and vineyard operations, among other agricultural uses. Other wildlife to be found on Coleman County equestrian property for sale includes whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. You can also see more equestrian property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The county has a rural, farm-based economy. Coleman County's farm economy is worth an estimated $3.2 million each year. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Coleman County ranks 34th in terms of size. Coleman County is located in the Panhandle Plains region of Texas. Organized in 1864 and named after Robert M. Coleman, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and soldier at the Battle of Jacinto, Coleman County stretches out over an expansive 1,281 square miles. The richness of the Colorado River flows through Coleman, offering a host of recreational activities, like fishing and boating. Coleman offers its expansive land to provide parks for the entire family to enjoy and is also home to sites like the Great Western Cattle Trail.


Horse Farm Information
The total value of 304 acres of horse farms recently listed for sale in Coleman County, Texas, was $1 million. The average size of horse farms for sale in Coleman County was 152 acres, which is over twice the size of other horse farms listed for sale elsewhere in the state. Along with excellent pastureland ideal for horse grazing, horse farms for sale in Coleman County are also currently in use for livestock, timber, row crop, orchard, aquaculture and vineyard operations, among other agricultural uses. Other wildlife to be found on Coleman County equestrian property for sale includes whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. You can also see more equestrian property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The county has a rural, farm-based economy. Coleman County's farm economy is worth an estimated $3.2 million each year. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Coleman County ranks 34th in terms of size. Coleman County is located in the Panhandle Plains region of Texas. Organized in 1864 and named after Robert M. Coleman, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and soldier at the Battle of Jacinto, Coleman County stretches out over an expansive 1,281 square miles. The richness of the Colorado River flows through Coleman, offering a host of recreational activities, like fishing and boating. Coleman offers its expansive land to provide parks for the entire family to enjoy and is also home to sites like the Great Western Cattle Trail.