(Off-Market) Comanche County TX Recreational Land Previously for Sale - Page 1 of 19

Recreational Land Information
Recent listings of recreational land for sale in Comanche County, Texas, totaled 7,091 acres and a combined market value of $29 million. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Comanche County is recreational land. The average size of recreational land for sale in Comanche County was 165 acres, which is 37 percent less than the average for recreational land for sale throughout the rest of Texas. Suggested uses for recreational land currently for sale in Comanche County include for residential, agriculture, hunting and fishing use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Comanche County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. You can also see more recreational land and other rural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The economy here is principally agricultural. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Comanche County ranks 90th by overall square mileage. Comanche County is located in West Texas. Expanding 948 square miles across the Edwards Plateau is Comanche County. Founded in 1856 and named after the Comanche Native American Tribe, Comanche is now home to 13,430 residents. Known for its fertile soil, Comanche has numerous rivers that flow through it, including the Leon River and the Sabana River. Comanche offers a list of amenities that residents can enjoy, such as fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding.


Recreational Land Information
Recent listings of recreational land for sale in Comanche County, Texas, totaled 7,091 acres and a combined market value of $29 million. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Comanche County is recreational land. The average size of recreational land for sale in Comanche County was 165 acres, which is 37 percent less than the average for recreational land for sale throughout the rest of Texas. Suggested uses for recreational land currently for sale in Comanche County include for residential, agriculture, hunting and fishing use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Comanche County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. You can also see more recreational land and other rural acreage for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. The economy here is principally agricultural. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Comanche County ranks 90th by overall square mileage. Comanche County is located in West Texas. Expanding 948 square miles across the Edwards Plateau is Comanche County. Founded in 1856 and named after the Comanche Native American Tribe, Comanche is now home to 13,430 residents. Known for its fertile soil, Comanche has numerous rivers that flow through it, including the Leon River and the Sabana River. Comanche offers a list of amenities that residents can enjoy, such as fishing, boating, swimming and horseback riding.