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2.19 acres | Not Zoned / Unclassified Zoning

Texas property is always flying off the shelf, so do your research and jump on this opportunity to own over 2 acres in this popular state. This is a great sized lot that is close to town but is not zoned because it is technically outside of city limits. The property is on a dirt road that is well maintained and used regularly. The area is a mix of homes, mobile homes and trailers in the are next to property. Please keep in mind that there is a pipeline easement running through the northern half of the property. This will make development of any home contingent on approval of the county inspector.

Land Specifics

Property Number 11091
Size 2.19 acres
Dimensions 876.05' x 110'
Road Access Gravel Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Not Zoned / Unclassified
Zoning Code No Zoning
Zoning Definition

Liberty county does not zone for properties outside of major cities.

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Location

County Liberty
State Texas
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 54463
Estimated Annual Taxes $10.17
Legal Description

Lots 27, Block 11, Section 1, of the KNIGHT’S FOREST SUBDIVISION according to the map or plat of said subdivision recorded in Volume 8, Page 36, et seq., of the Map Record of Liberty County, Texas, to which map or plat reference is here made for all purposes.

Assessor’s Parcel Number: 54463

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