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Comanche County, Texas

Comanche County is best known for its beautiful rolling hills that consist of sandy loam and waxy soils. It drains to Leon River and Proctor Lake and properties feature pecans, oaks, mesquites, and cedars. Buyers are attracted to the land for sale in Comanche because of its versatility. Not only is it good for ranches, it’s fantastic for hunting. Comanche County has a rich local economy that consists of dairies, peanut and pecan shelling plants, and manufacturing businesses.
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Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $272K
Highest Price $5.7M
Total Listings 79
Avg. Price/SQFT $457

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About Comanche County Land for Sale

Comanche County is located in Central Texas, not to be confused with the county of the same name in Oklahoma. Comanche County land is among the most popular in Texas for ranching and farming. The area is known for its rolling hills that have lush green pastures and thriving soils. Although many properties are grassy, much of the land is covered in forests of oak and cedar.

Many people choose to buy land in Comanche County because it’s perfect for growing fruit trees. The area has a long history of fruit farming as it has the ideal soil and climate for these trees.

Another aspect that attracts buyers to Comanche County is that the land can be used for hunting. Properties are rich in wild animals, like deer, turkeys, and even hogs.

Land for sale in Comanche County comes in a wide range of sizes and prices. You can find properties as small as a couple of acres to ones as large as 500 acres. The possibilities are endless in Comanche! Browse Comanche County Land For Sale

Comanche County Cities and Communities

The largest city in Comanche County is Comanche itself. This city is the commercial hub for the county, offering tons of amenities, like shopping centers, grocery stores, and pharmacies. You can also find restaurants and cafes in this area, making it a popular spot.

Another significant city in the area is De Leon where you can find similar amenities, though the city is not as large as Comanche.

Comanche County is located 60 miles north of the center point of the state, putting it in a prime location near some of the top urban centers. Fort Worth is only 1 hour 45 minutes away from the county via the I-20.

Attractions In Comanche County

The biggest attraction in Comanche County is Proctor Lake, which is a popular spot to go boating and fishing. Visitors also enjoy the surrounding parks, such as Copperas Creek Park, Sowell Creek Park, and Promontory Park.

In addition to the natural settings and parkland around the county, there are also significant sites like the Old Cora Courthouse and the Comanche County Historical Museum.

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