(Off-Market) Jefferson County TX Undeveloped Land Previously for Sale

Undeveloped Land Information
The total value of 102 acres of undeveloped land recently listed for sale in Texas's Jefferson County was $4 million. The average size of undeveloped land for sale in Jefferson County was 34 acres. Suggested uses for undeveloped land currently for sale in Jefferson County include for residential, agriculture, hunting and fishing use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Jefferson County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. Current commercial applications for commercial property for sale in Jefferson County include for agriculture, hunting, fishing and residential use. You can also browse more undeveloped land and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Jefferson County ranks 174th in terms of size. Jefferson County is located in East Texas. East Texas is also often colloquially referred to as the "Piney Woods," an area characterized by dense pine forest that unfurls into Arkansas and Louisiana.


Undeveloped Land Information
The total value of 102 acres of undeveloped land recently listed for sale in Texas's Jefferson County was $4 million. The average size of undeveloped land for sale in Jefferson County was 34 acres. Suggested uses for undeveloped land currently for sale in Jefferson County include for residential, agriculture, hunting and fishing use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Jefferson County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. Current commercial applications for commercial property for sale in Jefferson County include for agriculture, hunting, fishing and residential use. You can also browse more undeveloped land and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm. Of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State, Jefferson County ranks 174th in terms of size. Jefferson County is located in East Texas. East Texas is also often colloquially referred to as the "Piney Woods," an area characterized by dense pine forest that unfurls into Arkansas and Louisiana.