Back on the market due to no fault of seller. Owner financing 50% down or local bank with only 15% down available. This 11 acre wooded parcel, presents about 1200 ft. of asphalt frontage, on State Highway 11, btwn Wolfe City and Commerce. Parcel has no deed restrictions, is AG exempt and provides a blank canvas for residential, multi scope development or simply to hunt from your own land. Hunt County is a destination of choice for embracing the TX lifestyle and reasonable taxes. Located convenient to Sherman, Greenville, Texas A&M Commerce campus, and within an hour of DFW, parcel is positioned in a growing area and may be the investment you are looking for. The property is partially fenced and boasts mostly Hopco silt loam which is rated for intense grazing. Survey in hand. Located 3.5 miles east of Wolfe City, <5 miles to Webb Hill Country Club and close to WCISD schools. Qualifies for TX VET financing. Information is deemed reliable; however, buyer should perform due diligence.
Listing courtesy of NTREIS / Core One Real Estate, L.L.C
Last updated Jan 16, 2023
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MLS# 20181438 —
Between Wolfe City TX and Commerce TX on State Highway 11. Specifically 3.6 miles from the Welcome to Wolfe City Sign when coming from Commerce, property on left, see the big sign.
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Acreage, Many Trees
10 to < 50 Acres
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Recreational, Timber, Unimproved
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A0666 MOORE LEVEN V, TRACT W31, ACRES 9.5945,
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Wolfe City ISD
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Wolfe City Elementary School
Wolfe City Middle School
Wolfe City High School
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