The median home value in Briggs, TX is $167,400.
the county median home value of $148,300.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Briggs, TX is $167,400.
Approximately 42.99% of Briggs homes are owned,
compared to 3.27% rented, while
53.74% are vacant.
Briggs real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Briggs real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about Briggs Real Estate.
Deer hunter's paradise. This ranch has been carefully managed for the last 10 yrs resulting in a healthy whitetail population. Secluded & surrounded by large ranches, there is just the right amount of cover, open areas & water to create an optimal wildlife habitat. A refurbished & completely furnished farm house is the ideal getaway.Add in a tractor w/implements, ATVs, deer blinds w/feeders & other equip & this is a turnkey ranch.Located on FM 2657, this property is less than an hour from downtown Austin
Due to natural and improved grasses this property is perfect for a grazing operation. Due to its generally level nature and location of two sides of property on paved access (corner of Hwy 183 and Cty Rd 210 in Briggs, Burnet County, Texas) this property has high commercial potential.
Wonderful private weekend getaway, hunting campground, or primary residence close to Austin! This 25+ acres offers great tree coverage with some open pastures and is completely fenced! The property currently has a wildlife exemption & you will enjoy the 3BR/2BA Palm Harbor home offering almost 2000 sq.ft. of living space including a huge kitchen, an office, and master with garden tub and separate shower. Outside there are 2 storage buildings, covered front deck, and small barn. Wildlife is everywhere!
Great location in the country but close to surrounding cities. Perfect for weekends or full time residence. Travel trailer remains & has been used for "camping" -does not have electric water or septic. Ag exempt for lower taxes. Property goes from upper plateau with views to lower elevation at wet weather creek. Great views, variety of trees.
Own a piece of Texas History!!! This Briggs State Bank was chartered in 1909 and closed down in 1928. This building is listed in The National Register of Historic Places. This building still has the money cage, tile ceiling, Brigg State Bank thresh hold and original fixtures. This area gets a ton of through traffic from Austin to Copperas Cove and Lampasas. Would make a get Pub, Restaurant or Store. This property also includes lot across the street for parking.