(Off-Market) Williamson County TX Aquaculture Previously for Sale

Aquaculture Land Information
There were 760 acres of aquaculture land for sale in Williamson County, Texas, based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of land and other rural acreage for sale was $10 million. The average size of aquaculture land for sale in Williamson County was 380 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of aquaculture land for sale throughout the rest of Texas. Of the 254 counties in the state, Williamson County ranks 47th in terms of size. Williamson County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. With a population of almost 550,000, Williamson County sits proudly as a part of the Austin Round Rock, Texas Metropolitan Statistical Area. Taking its name after Robert McAlpin Williamson, a community leader and veteran of the Battle of Jacinto, Williamson is bathed in rich American history. Lying just north of Austin, Williamson County is famous not only for Georgetown, but also Sun City, a family-oriented city rich with activities such as golfing, fishing, and enjoying the other features of the rich land. Stretching out over 1,137 square miles, Williamson is also known for its fertile land and rich agriculture. In addition to providing beautiful lakes, dairy products and cotton also come from Williamson.


Aquaculture Land Information
There were 760 acres of aquaculture land for sale in Williamson County, Texas, based on recent Land And Farm data. The combined market value of land and other rural acreage for sale was $10 million. The average size of aquaculture land for sale in Williamson County was 380 acres, which is much bigger than the average size of aquaculture land for sale throughout the rest of Texas. Of the 254 counties in the state, Williamson County ranks 47th in terms of size. Williamson County is located in the Hill Country region of Texas. With a population of almost 550,000, Williamson County sits proudly as a part of the Austin Round Rock, Texas Metropolitan Statistical Area. Taking its name after Robert McAlpin Williamson, a community leader and veteran of the Battle of Jacinto, Williamson is bathed in rich American history. Lying just north of Austin, Williamson County is famous not only for Georgetown, but also Sun City, a family-oriented city rich with activities such as golfing, fishing, and enjoying the other features of the rich land. Stretching out over 1,137 square miles, Williamson is also known for its fertile land and rich agriculture. In addition to providing beautiful lakes, dairy products and cotton also come from Williamson.