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Coryell County, Texas

Coryell County is located in the Leon Valley with rolling hilly topography. Land features Belton Lake. Local economy consists of Fort Hood, prisons, agribusiness, and manufacturing.
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Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $255K
Highest Price $11.4M
Total Listings 90
Avg. Days On Market 59
Avg. Price/SQFT $771

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Coryell County Information

Coryell County is located in Central Texas on Edwards Plateau. It is largely plateaus and grasslands with about 25% of the county considered as prime farming land. In 1854 the legislature names the county after James Coryell and established it as Coryell County. James Coryell was a frontiersman and an early landholder there.

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The land listings in Coryell County consist of ranch and farm lands as well as lot properties with grassy hills and watering ponds. Browse Coryell County Land For Sale.

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Coryell County land and ranch properties range from flat plains with grass to treed and hill elevation properties. The geography of the area goes from elevations of 600 up to 1493 feet above sea level. Soils have variations on top of a limestone base with indigenous trees like the red cedar, and multiple oaks and pecan trees.

The climate is temperate with colds of about 33 degrees in January and max highs of about 97 degrees in July. The growing season is about 244 days on average.

Major roadways criss-cross the county intersecting the main city of Gatesville. Highway 84 goes East to West from Evant at the county border to Arnett Gatesville, South Mountain through to neighboring McLennan County. Highway 36 runs North to South from Jonesboro at the North county border down to The Grove at the south and crossing Belton Lake.

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What is Coryell County, Texas Known For?

Coryell County was part of the Milam Land District assigned for settlement by the Mexican government in 1825. The land surveys began in 1835, and it wasn't until the 1840s that settlements began to grow when Fort Gates was established by the US military.

What Is The Largest City In Coryell County?

Coperas Cove located at the border in the Southwest corner of Coryell County is the largest based on population with about 32,032 in the 2010 census. The City of Gatesville (pop 15,751), located in the center of the county was elected as the county seat in 1854.

What Other Communities Are Located In Coryell County?
There are a number of cities, towns, communities, and settlements in Coryell County, Texas. Copperas Cove, Gatesville, Evant, Ogelsby, South Mountain, The Grove, Coryell City, and Jamesboro are all located within the county.

Schools And Education

There are 24 public schools in Coryell County: 8 with high school, 7 with middle school, 17 with elementary, and 8 with Pre-K. There is also a private school and a charter school.

Two of the schools rank in the top 30% according to Public School Review. They are Killen Isd which ranks in the top 5%, and Montague Village Elementary which ranks in the top 30%.

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