(Off-Market) Hidalgo County TX Agribusiness Previously for Sale

Agribusiness Land Information
Recent listings of agribusinesses for sale in Hidalgo County, Texas, totaled 306 acres and a combined market value of $2 million. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Hidalgo County is agribusinesses. The average size of agribusinesses for sale in Hidalgo County was 102 acres. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Hidalgo County ranks 15th in terms of size. Hidalgo County is located in South Texas. Hidalgo County, Texas stretches over an expansive 1,583 square miles and is home to 842,304 residents. Badged as the eighth most populous county in Texas, the county takes its name from Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, the priest who raised the call for Mexico’s independence from Spain. Located in the Rio Grande Valley of Southern Texas, the county is extremely fast growing. Across the county, one will find various state parks and wildlife centers that not only offer up wildlife for fishing and hunting but also protect them in wildlife sanctuaries. Featuring cities like McAllen, Alamo, and Edinburg, there’s never a shortage of things to do.


Agribusiness Land Information
Recent listings of agribusinesses for sale in Hidalgo County, Texas, totaled 306 acres and a combined market value of $2 million. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Hidalgo County is agribusinesses. The average size of agribusinesses for sale in Hidalgo County was 102 acres. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Hidalgo County ranks 15th in terms of size. Hidalgo County is located in South Texas. Hidalgo County, Texas stretches over an expansive 1,583 square miles and is home to 842,304 residents. Badged as the eighth most populous county in Texas, the county takes its name from Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, the priest who raised the call for Mexico’s independence from Spain. Located in the Rio Grande Valley of Southern Texas, the county is extremely fast growing. Across the county, one will find various state parks and wildlife centers that not only offer up wildlife for fishing and hunting but also protect them in wildlife sanctuaries. Featuring cities like McAllen, Alamo, and Edinburg, there’s never a shortage of things to do.