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Grimes County

Like most counties in East Texas, Grimes is defined by its rich farmland, awe-inspiring golden fields, and its rich Texas heritage. Named after Jesse Grimes, signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence, Grimes County extends across 802 square miles and is home to 26,604 proud residents.

The following communities can be found within the boundaries of Grimes:

  • Todd Mission
  • Stoneham
  • Shiro
  • Roans Prairie
  • Richards
  • Plantersville
  • Navasota
  • Iola
  • Bedias
  • Anderson

 
Fun Fact: Did you know that actor Chuck Norris owns a ranch in Grimes County? The famous action star’s ranch is between Navasota and Anderson.

Properties for Sale in Grimes
Grimes County is the ideal location for buyers interested in reasonably priced older homes with spacious yards. It is also a great deal for those buyers interested in purchasing a small tract of land to build a custom home on. Buyers looking for farmland, ranches, or property with a good amount of acreage will find that there is plenty to consider too.

Living in Grimes
Although Grimes County may not have a particularly large population, it still has all the conveniences of living in one of the larger counties like Brazos County to the west. Because Grimes is accessible by four highways (state highways 6, 30, 90, and 105) it is easy to get shopping done, enjoy a casual dinner at a local eating establishment, or take in one of the many country fairs that Texas is known for.

People choose to make Grimes County home because they are interested in wide-open spaces and simple living. Whether it’s enjoying a lazy day on the front porch swing or spending a Saturday afternoon riding horses on your farm, any kind of Texas lifestyle you can imagine can be yours in a heartbeat.

To learn more about the communities of Grimes County and to schedule a consultation, contact an agent at BCR today.

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