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Coleman, TX


Lot Size:356 Sq Ft
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Farmland in Coleman County, easily accessible with road frontage on FM 206. 172 acres currently in cultivation, leaving 184.37 acres in native pasture for ranching or hunting. Two seasonal creeks and four tanks offer a water source for livestock and wildlife. County water and electric are available if you want to build your dream ranch home. Only 14 miles from the City of Coleman, you could live the country life at its best!
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    Coleman Housing & Living
    Average sale prices for houses as of Jan, 2021.
    House sizeJanvs Last Month
    1 bed houses$80,750N/A
    2 bed houses$43,740+40.4%
    3 bed houses$134,136+35.4%
    4+ bed houses$167,565-1.6%
    Property TypeJanvs Last Month
    Apartments for sale$273,980N/A
    Prices depend on real estate size/amenities and are based on the Rentberry platform statistics.
    Household Income
    Median household income: $40,145
    Number of households: 1,770
    The average household income in Coleman, TX declined from $41,568 to $40,145 in the past year. This data is an estimate based upon 1,770 households in Coleman, TX.
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    Property Taxes
    Average range: <$800
    One of the most important aspects for property owners is the amount of property taxes. This graph shows distribution of property taxes in Coleman, TX compared to median property taxes around the country. The prevalent amount of property taxes in Coleman, TX equals <$800, which is more than the national average.
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