Orange County, Texas

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Orange County, Texas

Orange County is located in Southeastern Texas and is bounded by the Sabine and Neches Rivers. Land features timbered coastal soils and Sabine Lake. Local economy consists of oil and gas, electric power plants, and commercial fishing.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot

Average Price $628K
Lowest Price $300K
Highest Price $1.5M
Total Listings 7
Avg. Days On Market 405
Avg. Price/SQFT $0

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Where is Orange County, Texas?

  • Orange County is in the Central Prairie region of southeastern Texas. The Sabine River on the east forms a natural border between it and the state of Louisiana, and the Neches River forms its south and west boundary. The county seat, Orange, is at 30°05' north latitude and 93°44' west longitude, twenty-four miles east of Beaumont and 288 miles southeast of Dallas. Orange County comprises 362 square miles of two ecological zones; the Gulf prairies and marshes in the southeastern half of the county and the Piney Woods in northwest half of county.
  • Orange County is a county located in the very southeastern corner of the U.S. state of Texas, sharing a boundary with Louisiana, within the Golden Triangle of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 81,837. The county falls within the Beaumont–Port Arthur metropolitan area.

Adjacent Counties

  • Jasper County (north)
  • Newton County (north)
  • Hardin County (northwest)
  • Jefferson County (west)
  • Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana (east)
  • Cameron Parish, Louisiana (southeast)

Sites and Attractions in Orange County 

  • Recreational facilities include boating and fishing on Lake Sabine and the museums and historic homes of the city of Orange.
  • Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center are private botanical gardens and a nature preserve located in the center of Orange, Texas. H. J. Lutcher Stark began work on Shangri La in 1942. His azalea gardens first opened to the public in 1946, but in the mid-1950s they were destroyed by very cold weather.
  • The Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas, houses one of the nation's most significant collections of American Western art. The Western Art collection conveys the artistic interpretation of the western region over two centuries.

Farming and Ranching in Orange County 

  • The climate in Orange County is subtropical humid with the highest annual rainfall in the state. The annual precipitation average is fifty-six inches, and the average humidity is 89 percent at 6:00 A.M. and 69 percent at 6:00 P.M. The annual average temperature is 68° F, with average temperatures ranging in January from a low of 42° F to a high of 61° F and in July from 74° F to 91° F. The growing season averages 240 days per year, with the last freeze in mid March and the first freeze in early November.
  • The area's plentiful supply of lumber encouraged the growth of early industries involved with ship building, paper manufacture, and wooden products. More recently, oil and gas production and refining have become the major source of economic growth and development. Salt domes, sand, and gravel are other natural resources of economic importance to the region.
 

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