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Lot 5 Elementary Drive
Southmayd, TX 76268
Are you looking for a charming piecing of acreage? Here's your opportunity! Right in Southmayd, Texas, this perfect plot is ready for you to build your dream home. The lot is situated on a quiet street, spaced perfectly for that country-sub-urban feel. Wake up to the fantastic sunrises and fall asleep to those incredible Texas county sunsets. See for yourself! Southmayd has great proximity to several growing North Texas cities such as Sherman, Gunter, Celina, Lake Texoma and Highway 289 and US 75. Lot 5 and 6 for sale as a package, see MLS 20171549. Buyer, BA are responsible for verifying all info on MLS, including but not limited to property details, school, restrictions, ordinances, easements, and zoning with the proper authorities about the lots and their building plans.
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Last updated Nov 26, 2022
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MLS# 20171542 —
Travel north on Hwy 289, turn left onto TX56 W, Turn right onto Mc Elroy St and turn right at the 1st cross street onto 2nd Street to find Elementary Dr.
Property Sub Type:
Acreage, Few Trees, Level, Rolling Slope, Varied
1 to < 3 Acres
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Agricultural, Architectural, Deed, Easement(s), No Mobile Home
No listing contact info available
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MCGILL ADDITION, LOT 5, ACRES 1.058
Buyer Agency Compensation:
Asphalt, City Water, No Sewer
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Sep 24, 2022
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