Fort Davis is an unincorporated community in Jeff Davis County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,201 at the 2010 census, up from 1,050 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Jeff Davis County. It was the site of Fort Davis, established in 1854 on the San Antonio–El Paso Road through west Texas and named after Jefferson Davis, who was then the Secretary of War under President Franklin Pierce.
43417 S State Hwy 17, Fort Davis, Texas 79734
Known as the Davis Mountains Inn Bed and Breakfast this 7 bedroom, 5 bath 4,144 +/-sf family home is located in a park-like setting on 6 acres. Perfect for a large family, corporate retreat, or for the entrepreneurial minded who seek to own and manage their own B&B.
1100 N State St, Fort Davis, Texas 79734
Are you looking for a charming adobe home that represents the best of Fort Davis's historic past? This one-of-a-kind home located on 7.62 acres across from the Fort Davis National Historic Site is waiting for your artistic touch. While needing a complete update, the home has "great bones". The room sizes of this majestic 3800sf four bedroom, two and a half bath home are generous.