McCulloch County, Texas

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McCulloch County, Texas

McCulloch County features hilly and rolling terrain that drains to the Colorado River, Brady Creek and Brady Creek Reservoir, and the San Saba River.

McCulloch County also contains black loams to sandy soils, and the local economy consists of agribusiness, industrial sand production, and hunting leases.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $1.4M
Lowest Price $336K
Highest Price $4.7M
Total Listings 19
Avg. Days On Market 90
Avg. Price/SQFT $869

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Land for Sale in McCulloch County, Texas

  • McCulloch County is a county in central Texas, with its northern border marked by the Colorado River. It is roughly 150 miles from San Antonio (to the south), and 140 miles from Austin (to the southeast).
  • Major routes through McCulloch County are the U.S. Highways 87, 190, 283, and 377, and State Highway 71.
  • The county seat of McCulloch is the town of Brady, which is near the geographic center of the state of Texas.
  • Melvin is the other main town in McCulloch, along with a number of other unincorporated communities.
  • Geographic center of Texas; hilly and rolling; drains to Colorado River, Brady Creek and Brady Creek Reservoir, San Saba River; black loams to sandy soils.

Where is McCulloch County, Texas?

  • McCulloch County is a county located on the Edwards Plateau in the U.S. state of Texas. At the 2010 census, its population was 8,283. Its county seat is Brady. The county was created in 1856 and later organized in 1876. It is named for Benjamin McCulloch, a famous Texas Ranger and Confederate general.

  • According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,073 square miles, of which 1,066 square miles are land and 7.8 square miles are covered by water.

McCulloch County Land Uses & Farming

  • Most of McCulloch County is dedicated to farming of some kind, with wheat, oats, and various kinds of livestock being the most popular.

Attractions in McCulloch County, Texas

  • Attractions in McCulloch County include the town of Brady with its active downtown, historic courthouse, and the Brady Creek river flowing past.
  • A short distance outside of town, visitors can enjoy Brady Creek Reservoir and Lake Brady Park.
  • Overall, McCulloch's rolling green savannah and many rivers make for a scenic landscape.

Counties Next to McCulloch County, Texas

McCulloch County is bordered by:

  • Coleman County to the north
  • Brown County to the northeast
  • San Saba County to the east
  • Mason County to the south
  • Menard County to the southwest
  • Concho County to the west

 

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