Prime Farm Land for Sale in Coleman County Texas


506 acres

Voss, Texas
Coleman County

Seldom Rest Ranch



+/- 21 acres

Coleman, Texas
Coleman County


RT Sales

It’s no wonder everyone wants to move to Texas. There’s low taxes, friendly faces, and some of the most beautiful rural areas in the entire country. If you’re one of the many people that want a quiet place to raise your family, Coleman County, TX is perfect for you.

There’s a problem though; sometimes it’s hard to find rural land for sale, especially if you’re looking for farm and ranch land. That’s why we’ve created an online resource that connects land-owners to buyers,

If you’re looking for farmland, Coleman County has some of the best soil in the state for corn, cotton, rice, and wheat. For the ranchers out there, we have plenty of land on the website perfect for grazing cattle. If you’re a hunting fanatic, Texas is the perfect place for you. Coleman has a wide range of hunting opportunities. You can hunt hog, quail, turkey, and whitetail deer at your own ranch.

The listings on our website range from a few acres to 100’s, so you’re sure to find the perfect size for you. Once you find a property that you like, you can contact the seller to set up a viewing. Some of the properties have a phone number listed, but if not you can use the email form on the website to contact the seller directly.

It’s important to note that we are not the brokerage. We simply connect the buyer to the seller. Unlike other websites that offer this service, we charge a flat fee for each posting. You’ll never have to go through dozens of properties at the top of the webpage that have paid extra to be there; we list properties from highest to lowest cost to make it easy for you.

When looking at properties, it’s important to ask the owner about the land. Who controls the mineral rights? Is the land set up for electricity and water if you plan on building a home there? Are there any restrictions for what you can and can’t place on the land?

Some of the properties have homes and other buildings already on them. Before buying, do some research to learn what you’ll need. If you’re buying farmland, do you need silos to store grain? For ranch land, will you need equipment to clear out brush?

Living in Coleman County doesn’t mean that you have to throw away the conveniences of the city, however. You’re a short drive from Abilene and can take weekend getaways to any of Texas’ major cities or the Gulf of Mexico. We have a feeling that once you get a feel for the rural life, however, you’ll want to spend most of your time at your new property.

What are you waiting for? Start your journey today and browse the listings for Coleman County, TX rural land for sale on our website today. Make a list of properties, contact the owners, and start living the farm or ranch life.