Garza County, Texas

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Garza County, Texas

Garza County sits on the edge of the Caprock Escarpment and is rough and broken land with playas, gullies, and canyons. These features include Brazos River tributaries and Lake Alan Henry. Garza County soils consist of sand, loam, and clay. The local economy includes agriculture (especially cotton farming), oil and gas extraction, trade, government services, and hunting leases.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $890K
Lowest Price $300K
Highest Price $1.2M
Total Listings 6
Avg. Price/SQFT $306

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Land for Sale in Garza County, Texas

  • Garza County in the South Plains region of Texas is a short distance southeast of Lubbock. The county seat of Garza is the town of Post.
  • Garza County is in Northwest Texas, partly on the Llano Estacado and partly in the breaks of the lower plains. It is bordered on the north by Crosby County, on the west by Lynn County, on the east by Kent County, and on the south by Borden and Scurry counties.
  •  It covers 914 square miles of rough, broken land drained by tributaries of the Brazos River; elevations vary from 2,100 to 3,000 feet above sea level. The area's sandy, loamy, and clay soils support grass, small mesquite, and thorny scrubs and cacti.
  • Post is home to the OS Ranch Museum and the Giles W Dalby Correctional Facility.

Other communities within Garza County are:

  • Justiceburg
  • Graham
  • Close City
  • Pleasant Valley.

Garza County Land Uses & Farming

  • Western Garza County rises to a plateau that is used for agriculture, especially cotton farming.
  • The bulk of Garza County's area is rugged, broken scrubland, crossed by tributaries to Brazos River. This land is popular for hunting and cattle grazing.
  • Oil and gas extraction is another big industry in Garza County.
  • The county averages 18.91 inches of rainfall per year and has an average minimum temperature in January of 28° F and an average maximum in July of 95°. The growing season averages 216 days.

Attractions in Garza County, Texas

  • Lake Alan Henry is located at the southeastern edge of Garza County. The rest of the county hosts large areas of natural scrubland.
  • Post is a friendly small town with museums and parks.
  • Main access routes to and from Garza County are U.S. Highway 84, State Highway 207, and U.S. Highway 380.

Counties Next to Garza County, Texas

  • Borden to the south
  • Crosby to the north
  • Dickens to the northeast
  • Kent to the east
  • Lynn to the west
  • Lubbock to the northwest
  • Scurry to the southeast

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