(Off-Market) San Saba County TX Vineyard Previously for Sale

San Saba County, Texas Vineyard Information
The total value of 41 acres of vineyards recently listed for sale in Texas's San Saba County was $650,000. The average size of vineyards for sale in San Saba County was 41 acres, which is 36 percent smaller than the average for vineyards for sale throughout the rest of Texas. The county has a rural, farm-based economy. Of the 254 counties in Texas, San Saba County is 45th in terms of its size. San Saba County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. Covering over 1,138 square miles across the Edwards Plateau is the quiet county of San Saba. Located in West Central Texas with a population of nearly 6,000 residents, the county has a rich list of amenities to enjoy. Colorado Bend State Park, Gorman Falls, and the Colorado River all offer a host of exciting things to do in the county. If residents decide a weekend on the river isn't for them, or if they're not in the mood to fish, hunt, or swim, the county offers various hiking, museum, and social opportunities.
41 acres 725 County Road 430, San Saba, TX - Listing
OFF MARKET
41 acres 2 beds 2 baths
725 County Road 430
San Saba, TX 76877
(San Saba County, TX)


San Saba County, Texas Vineyard Information
The total value of 41 acres of vineyards recently listed for sale in Texas's San Saba County was $650,000. The average size of vineyards for sale in San Saba County was 41 acres, which is 36 percent smaller than the average for vineyards for sale throughout the rest of Texas. The county has a rural, farm-based economy. Of the 254 counties in Texas, San Saba County is 45th in terms of its size. San Saba County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. Covering over 1,138 square miles across the Edwards Plateau is the quiet county of San Saba. Located in West Central Texas with a population of nearly 6,000 residents, the county has a rich list of amenities to enjoy. Colorado Bend State Park, Gorman Falls, and the Colorado River all offer a host of exciting things to do in the county. If residents decide a weekend on the river isn't for them, or if they're not in the mood to fish, hunt, or swim, the county offers various hiking, museum, and social opportunities.