(Off-Market) Taylor County TX Waterfront Previously for Sale

Waterfront Land Information
Browse all waterfront property for sale in Taylor County on Land And Farm to find the marina, lakefront and other recreational property that meets your needs, from waterside land perfect as a retirement investment to existing residential waterfront land and property for hunting, fishing and other outdoor-recreation pursuits! The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Taylor County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in the state, Taylor County is 114th in terms of its size (916 square miles). Lying just west of Callahan County, and stretching across 919 square miles over the Lone Star State lies the county of Taylor. The expansive county is home to 136,000 residents and offers much of its land for exploring and camping. Abilene State Park offers an expansive territory that is perfect for hiking, camping, and fishing. The park features Elm Creek that features tent and RV areas for families and friends with a knack for adventure. In addition, the park also features pool, fishing, as well as other amenities for everyone to enjoy. Taylor County also features historical sites and other learning opportunities that are telling of its history. For example, the Grace Museum offers a look into the past with exhibits dating back to 1909.


Waterfront Land Information
Browse all waterfront property for sale in Taylor County on Land And Farm to find the marina, lakefront and other recreational property that meets your needs, from waterside land perfect as a retirement investment to existing residential waterfront land and property for hunting, fishing and other outdoor-recreation pursuits! The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Taylor County is residential land. Of the 254 counties in the state, Taylor County is 114th in terms of its size (916 square miles). Lying just west of Callahan County, and stretching across 919 square miles over the Lone Star State lies the county of Taylor. The expansive county is home to 136,000 residents and offers much of its land for exploring and camping. Abilene State Park offers an expansive territory that is perfect for hiking, camping, and fishing. The park features Elm Creek that features tent and RV areas for families and friends with a knack for adventure. In addition, the park also features pool, fishing, as well as other amenities for everyone to enjoy. Taylor County also features historical sites and other learning opportunities that are telling of its history. For example, the Grace Museum offers a look into the past with exhibits dating back to 1909.