West Texas Land and Ranches for Sale

Runnels County, Texas

About Runnels County, Texas

Runnels County has a mix of flat land and rolling hills, making it an absolutely stunning place to live. The county is bisected by the Colorado River, so it’s farms are blessed with sandy loam and black waxy soils. The land features O.H. Reservoir and Lake Ballinger--both phenomenal water sources. Runnels County has a thriving local economy that consists of industries such as agribusiness, oil, government services, and manufacturing.

Land and Ranch Market Snapshot
Total Listings 3
Average Price $674,933
Highest Price $885,800
Lowest Price $479,000

Runnels County Land and Ranches for Sale

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Runnels County Land and Ranches for Sale

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Photo of Listing #14414907

9999 Fm 382, Winters

$885,800

MLS® # 14414907

Photo of Listing #14410423

1226 County Road 340, Winters

$479,000 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,427 Sf

MLS® # 14410423

Photo of Listing #14382050

1006 Cr 226, Wingate

$660,000

MLS® # 14382050

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Explore Runnels County Land for Sale

Runnels County is located in the eastern portion of West Texas, less than 50 miles northeast of San Angelo. Runnels County has an array of real estate that ranges from modest single-family homes to large acreages, making it an attractive place for homebuyers. The most popular real estate is the land for sale in Runnels County. Land comes in abundance, offering phenomenal spots for ranches and farms.

The land in this area is flat in topography and is typically rich in grasses and natural landscapes. Because of the natural setting, land in Runnels County is often used for ranches, though it’s also common for it to be used for horse farms.

You can find properties that range from a few acres in size to several hundred. The largest plots of land are located in the more rural areas of the county, outside of the city centers. Even so, these properties are close to all the amenities that Runnels County cities have to offer.

Runnels County Popular Communities

Ballinger is the main community in Runnels County and acts as the county seat. It is home to most of the area’s restaurants and commercial businesses, like grocery stores and pharmacies. This is where you’ll find all the local schools and churches, as well as banks and cafes.

In addition to Ballinger, Runnels County is also home to Miles and Winters. These are smaller cities, though they have a wide array of amenities that make life comfortable.

Runnels County Attractions

Most of the attractions and prominent features of Runnels County come from its rich history. One of the main attractions is the Stone County Courthouse which dates back to 1889. Built according to the second-empire architectural style, the courthouse is a display of the prominent history that the county holds dear.

What attracts so many homebuyers to Runnels County is that it’s rich in career opportunities in industries such as cattle and oil. There’s also great opportunity for those who work in the equestrian industry as there are many horse farms in the area.

Neighboring Counties

  • Taylor County to the North
  • Coleman County to the East
  • Concho County to the South
  • Coke County to the West

 


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Listing information last updated on December 3rd, 2020 at 8:30pm CST.