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0.16 acres | Not Zoned / Unclassified Zoning

This lot is on the corner of Walnut Lane and Post Oak Lane. It is a tree-covered lot about a mile from Enchanted Lake. Both mobile homes and stick-built homes are allowed, although you would need to install a septic system first. This is a quite commuter or vacation area, about 90 minutes from Dallas.

Land Specifics Foreclosed

Property Number 8544
Size 0.16 acres
Dimensions 64' x 104' x 69' x 107'
Road Access Paved Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Not Zoned / Unclassified
Zoning Code Not Zoned
Zoning Definition

Texas does not zone properties outside of city limits.

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Location

County Smith
State Texas
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 18 05 100 00000 047500 & 18 05 100 00000 047600
Estimated Annual Taxes $8.55
Legal Description

Lots 475 and 476 of Unit 3 of Holiday Pines in the County of Smith, State of Texas.

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