$80,000
7.42± Acres
Active
Cherokee County, TX

TBD Cr 4609, Troup, Texas

MLS ID: 20546411
Status: Active
Price: $80,000
Acres: 7.42±
Type: Unimproved, Land
Address: TBD Cr 4609
City, State: Troup, TX
County: Cherokee County
ZIP Code: 75789
Parcel Number: 119717060

Description

Are you looking for a piece of land in the beautiful piney woods of East Texas? This 7.422 acre property is wooded, off the beaten path, and gorgeous! Full of trees, you can keep woods, or make a spot for your dream home. The drive to this property is stunning as well. Water and power are at the road. Will require a septic system.

Directions: Head south on N Broadway Ave toward W Erwin St Take TX-110 S to E Duval St in Troup Take FM 13 E and FM 856 S to Co Rd 4608 There is a dirt road next to a fence with goats inside. The property just before the driveway has a red barn. These lots are very wooded. Lot is on the left.

Additional Information

Exterior

Lot Features: Acreage
Lot Size Area: 7
Lot Size Square Feet: 323,302

Financial/HOA/Schools

Elementary School: Carlisle
Elementary School District: Carlisle ISD
Middle School: Carlisle
Middle School District: Carlisle ISD
High School: Carlisle
High School District: Carlisle ISD
Subdivision Name: A J Wait N03
Zoning Description: Rural
Everette Newland

Everette Newland

Denton, Texas

(940) 390-3410

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Listed By: Dee Martin of Re/max Tyler