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King County, Texas

King County features hilly terrain broken by the Wichita and Brazos tributaries. The land for sale in King County features extensive grassland with dark loam and red soils. These qualities make the land perfect for farming as crops thrive in this environment. The local economy consists of oil and gas, as well as ranching, government services, and horse sales. These industries offer residents a wide array of career opportunities.

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  • King County is located in the northeastern corner of Texas' western region, roughly 100 miles east of Lubbock. 
  • King County real estate is rich in acreages that are home to a host of opportunities for buyers to develop their own farms. The land in this area of Texas is perfect for farming crops of corn and fruit trees, though there are plenty of other legumes and grasses that thrive in this environment.
  • Equestrian enthusiasts are attracted to the land for sale in King County because it’s ideal for raising and training horses. Cities like Guthrie also have a long history of horse sales, making King County an infamous setting for the equestrian industry.
  • In addition to the undeveloped land available in King County, there are properties with homes and barns. These farmhouses are extremely attractive with brick exteriors and shuttered windows.
  • Whether you’re looking for a few acres of land or hundreds, King County is the place for you! The possibilities are endless in this region of Texas.

King County Main Towns and Communities

  • King County is the second smallest county in Texas with just under 300 residents. The towns in this area are small in size, though they are filled with great amenities that make living here extremely comfortable. Guthrie is the largest town and is the county seat. You can find local schools and stores in this town. Other communities in King County include:
  • Grow
  • Finney
  • Dumont

Prominent Features and Attractions

  • Organized in 1891, King County has a long history with farming and horse sales. These same industries are prevalent in this area even today, making it a popular place for farmers and equestrian enthusiasts. 
  • . Elevations range from 1,500 to 2,000 feet above sea level; Haystack Mountain and Buzzard Peak are the highest points in the county, which is drained by tributaries of the Wichita and Brazos rivers.
  • Other than the amenities located in the town centers, King County is located near other prominent cities, including:
  • Dickens: 30-minutes via US-82
  • Dallas: 4-hours via US-82

King County’s Neighboring Counties

  • Stonewall
  • Knox
  • Dickens
  • Cottle

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