A historical piece of Real Estate in the heart of Central Texas. This property has a 1470 square foot building on it that started out as a Cafe in the 50's and eventually was converted to a Bed and Bath in the 2000's. Any business would thrive here as the property is right on HWY 14, which is a major thoroughfare from Central Texas to Dallas making this a highly visible location for your business. Bremond TX is a rural community with a great sense of pride and is 1 1/2 hours from Houston, 45 minutes from Waco, and 1 1/2 hours from Dallas. Public services include water, sewer, and garbage pickup. The building can be converted to the desires of the buyer which can include a B&B, Cafe, private business offices, or even a residential home. The possibilities are only as limited as one's imagination and if you are looking to escape the rigors of big city life and move your business to the peace and quiet that only rural living offers, move on this fast. It won't be here long!!!!!
Listing courtesy of HAR / LaRae Whorley Realty Group
Last updated Jan 10, 2023
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MLS# 76561099 —
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Cash Sale, Conventional
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Take HWY 290 to HWY 6. Exit HWY 14 and go approximately 3.4 miles. Subject property is on left.
0 up to 1/4 Acres
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Public Sewer, Public Water
BREMOND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
BREMOND MIDDLE SCHOOL
BREMOND HIGH SCHOOL
99 - Other
Master Planned Community:
Bremond Middle School
Bremond Elementary School
Bremond High School
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LaRae Whorley Realty Group
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