Dimmit County, Texas

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Dimmit County, Texas

Dimmit County is located in Southwest Texas. The land features level to rolling hills with varied brush, the Nueces River.

Dimmit County's local economy consists of government services, agribusiness, petroleum services, and tourism.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $980K
Lowest Price $350K
Highest Price $2.2M
Total Listings 11
Avg. Days On Market 259
Avg. Price/SQFT $379

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Land for Sale in Dimmit County, Texas

  • Dimmit County is located in southern Texas, with its southwestern corner roughly 2.5 miles from the U.S.-Mexico border.
  • The county seat of Dimmit is Carrizo Springs, and other communities within the county are Asherton, Catarina, Carrizo Hill, Big Wells, Brundage, and Winter Haven.
  • Major access routes to and from Dimmit County are U.S. Highways 83 and 277, and State Highway 85.
  • Carrizo Springs is roughly 2 hours from San Antonio by car.
  • Dimmit County should not be confused with the town of the same name located in northern Texas.

Dimmit County Land Uses & Farming

  • Vegetable farming has historically been an important part of the local economy, but in recent years, gas and oil extraction and cattle farming have also become big sources of revenue in Dimmit County.
  • Most of Dimmit County is relatively flat, with dense soils, and vegetation ranging for grasses and cacti, to small trees. 
  • Mineral resources include caliche, industrial sand, sand and gravel, oil, gas, and lignite coal. Oil and gas production is significant. Temperatures in Dimmit County range from an average high of 99° F in July to an average low of 40° in January, with average annual temperature of 72°. Rainfall averages twenty-two inches a year, and the growing season lasts for 290 days.

Attractions in Dimmit County, Texas

  • The Nueces River runs through northeastern Dimmit County, with its various tributaries making for lush green valleys and creeks throughout the area.
  • Dimmit County is also home to Carrizo Springs Golf Course, and a regional airport near Carrizo Springs.  

Counties Next to Dimmit County, Texas

Neighboring counties to Dimmit County are:

  • Zavala
  • La Salle
  • Webb
  • Maverick

 

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