Are you looking for a lot in the perfect little, quaint town to escape to for the weekend?! Look no more... Only a short golf-cart ride from the water, this lot is equipped with 2- 50-amp electrical hookups and 2- septic hookups, with a well-built gravel pad, ready for your RV and weekends filled with fun! Opportunities are endless with this property, and the boat ramp is near! Seller is highly motivated!!
Listing courtesy of HAR / Pinnacle Realty Advisors
Last updated Oct 3, 2022
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Cash Sale, Conventional, Texas Veterans Land Board
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Public Water, Septic Tank
CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL
169 - Calhoun County
Sandhill Landing Sub Sead
Active Community 55:
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Travis Middle School
Calhoun High School
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