(Off-Market) Comal County TX Pasture/Ranch Previously for Sale - Page 1 of 216

Pasture/Ranch Land Information
Recent Land And Farm data included 1,109 acres of ranches for sale in Texas's Comal County, which was valued at a combined $33 million. The average size of ranches for sale in Comal County was 50 acres. Common game species to be found on ranches for sale in Comal County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. For fishermen, the rivers and lakes on Comal County ranches for sale are stocked with fish including bass, catfish, trout, pike, walleye and salmon. You can also discover more ranches and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm Of the 254 counties in the state, Comal County ranks 234th by overall square mileage. Comal County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. Named as one of the nation's fastest-growing counties, Comal County is home to over 110,000 residents. With its scenic hill country, spring-fed streams, two rivers, and Canyon Lake, it's no wonder new residents are flocking to this natural beauty. Welcoming more than 5,600 new residents between 2016 and 2017, the county covers over 575 square miles, providing enough room for everyone.


Pasture/Ranch Land Information
Recent Land And Farm data included 1,109 acres of ranches for sale in Texas's Comal County, which was valued at a combined $33 million. The average size of ranches for sale in Comal County was 50 acres. Common game species to be found on ranches for sale in Comal County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. For fishermen, the rivers and lakes on Comal County ranches for sale are stocked with fish including bass, catfish, trout, pike, walleye and salmon. You can also discover more ranches and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm Of the 254 counties in the state, Comal County ranks 234th by overall square mileage. Comal County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. Named as one of the nation's fastest-growing counties, Comal County is home to over 110,000 residents. With its scenic hill country, spring-fed streams, two rivers, and Canyon Lake, it's no wonder new residents are flocking to this natural beauty. Welcoming more than 5,600 new residents between 2016 and 2017, the county covers over 575 square miles, providing enough room for everyone.