|County: Burnet||Address: 2050 e West State Highway 29||Zip: 78611|
|Type: Acreage||City: Burnet||Price: $575,000|
|Acres: 26.10||State: Texas|
Prime development property in Burnet, TX. 15.79 acres inside city limits (along Highway 29) and 10.3 acres in county but located in ETJ of City of Burnet. Property has two curb cuts on Highway 29 that are approximately 30 feet wide. This site is well suited for multi-purpose which includes single family homes, retail, storage units, or RV park. Has some beautiful Live Oak trees on the west side and a very flat/gently sloping east coastal field on the east side. Does have some old cattle pens and barn on back of property. Well is not electrified at this time. This tract has some real potential. The railroad traverses the entire rear of property. 2105 traffic count reflects 14,963 vehicles up 22% from 2014. Over .3 mile of Highway 29 frontage exposure. Come take a look. Look forward to presenting to you.
PROPERTY MAP / DIRECTIONS
From intersection of U.S. Highway 281 and State Highway 29, travel east on 29 approximately two (2) miles. When you cross railroad tracks, property is immediately on left. Goes about 1,700 linear feet on Highway 29.
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