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tbd W Hwy 171
Mexia, TX 76667
Wonderful tract of land that would be great for developing new home sites in the area. This land backs up to the Crestline Addition on Highway 171, in Mexia. It offers a pipe entry way with access off of Highway 171 North. This land also features a nice sized tank. It is fenced and may need fence updates or repairs in places.
Listing courtesy of HAR / Story Real Estate Group
Last updated Oct 5, 2022
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MLS# 62314326 —
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Cash Sale, Conventional
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From Mexia, travel North on Highway 171 approximately 2 miles. Property on the right.
20 up to 50 Acres
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No Sewer, No Water
A B MCBAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
MEXIA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
MEXIA HIGH SCHOOL
196 - Mexia
Active Community 55:
Master Planned Community:
Misd Developmental Center
A.B. Mcbay Elementary School
R.Q. Sims Intermediate School
Mexia High School
Mexia Junior High School
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