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Hamilton County, Texas

Hamilton County is located in North Central Texas and features hilly topography with scenic valleys with loam soils. Local economy consists of varied manufacturing, agribusiness, hunting leases and tourism.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $250K
Highest Price $7.3M
Total Listings 77
Avg. Days On Market 141
Avg. Price/SQFT $783

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Where is Hamilton County, Texas?

  • Hamilton County, in Central Texas, is bounded on the north by Comanche, Erath, and Johnson counties, on the west by Mills County, and on the south by Lampasas and Coryell counties. The county was named for James Hamilton, a South Carolina governor who invested some $216,000 in gold to finance the Texas struggle for independence from Mexico.
  •  It covers 844 square miles wooded with pecan, live oak, elm, cedar, and post oak. Soils range from the sandy loams and sands and the dark, limy, crumbly, clays of the prairie, to the rich alluvial bottoms of the river valleys. 
  • The elevation of the county ranges between 900 and 1,600 feet above sea level. Except for the northwestern part, which lies in the Western Cross Timbers region, the county is rolling prairie marked by numerous flat-topped buttes that rise abruptly to stand on the divides between the county's many streams. The county is drained by the Leon, Lampasas, and Bosque rivers. Many of its deep, wide stream valleys are bordered by limestone cliffs that abut the intervening flat divides.

Adjacent Counties

  • Erath County (north)
  • Bosque County (northeast)
  • Coryell County (southeast)
  • Lampasas County (south)
  • Mills County (southwest)
  • Comanche County (northwest)

Sites and Attractions in Hamilton County

  • Circle T Resort is home to Texas' two best covered arenas located in the Hill Country. The perfect destination with accommodations for your entire family. On-site lodging accommodations such as The Inn at Circle T and 30/50-amp RV Hookups are available. Home to youth and adult rodeos, barrel racing, team roping, ranch sorting, cutting, calf roping, bull riding, training clinics and many other styles of equestrian competitions.

  • Hamilton is home to Red Wing Dove Winery. Enjoy a chilled white wine or an award-winning red on the patio overlooking the beautiful view of the Gholson Creek Valley. Enjoy many other nearby wineries in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.

  • On most weekends throughout the year, you can find gliders leaving the Hamilton Municipal Airport and soaring across the Hill Country sky.  This unpowered aircraft uses naturally occurring currents of rising air in the atmosphere to remain airborne. Gliders are aerodynamically streamlined and are capable of gaining altitude and remaining airborne, and maintaining forward motion.

Farming and Ranching in Hamilton County

  • The average annual rainfall is 29.61 inches; the average minimum temperature in January is 34° F, and the average maximum in July is 96°. The growing season lasts 239 days.
  • The agriculture of the local economy earns about $31 million yearly, 90 percent of which derives from cattle, hogs, sheep, goats, and poultry. Crops include sorghums, small grains, cotton, hay, and pecans; irrigated land totals about 5,000 acres. The county's agribusiness also includes more than forty dairies. The manufacture of garments, wooden molding, steel products, and other goods earns the county about $5 million annually.

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