(Off-Market) Titus County TX Pasture/Ranch Previously for Sale - Page 1 of 88

Pasture/Ranch Land Information
Texas's Titus County included 2,975 acres of ranches for sale based on all listings recorded for sale on Land And Farm. The combined market value of land and rural real estate for sale was $5 million. The average size of ranches for sale in Titus County was 1,487 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of ranches for sale throughout the rest of the state. Common game species to be found on ranches for sale in Titus County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. For fishermen, the rivers and lakes on Titus County ranches for sale are stocked with fish including bass, catfish, trout, pike, walleye and salmon. You can also discover more ranches and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm Of the 254 counties in Texas, Titus County ranks 242nd in terms of size. Titus County is located in the Piney Woods region of 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.


Pasture/Ranch Land Information
Texas's Titus County included 2,975 acres of ranches for sale based on all listings recorded for sale on Land And Farm. The combined market value of land and rural real estate for sale was $5 million. The average size of ranches for sale in Titus County was 1,487 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of ranches for sale throughout the rest of the state. Common game species to be found on ranches for sale in Titus County include whitetail deer, dove, hog, turkey and quail. For fishermen, the rivers and lakes on Titus County ranches for sale are stocked with fish including bass, catfish, trout, pike, walleye and salmon. You can also discover more ranches and other rural property for sale throughout Texas on Land And Farm Of the 254 counties in Texas, Titus County ranks 242nd in terms of size. Titus County is located in the Piney Woods region of 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.