Bosque Trail

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County: BurnetAddress: 70 Bosque TrailZip: 78654
Type: AcreageCity: Marble FallsPrice: $139,500
Acres: 3.50State: Texas


Nice 3.5 acre building site in the exclusive Summit Springs development in southeast Burnet County. This tract faces NE and is relatively flat in terrain. Has great views to the NE, even seeing a portion of Lake Travis in the horizon.

2.5 acres are in ag/wildlife exemption which results in $204 value for 2016, which makes this tract economical when compared to non-exempt properties.
All utilities are underground, with a central water system. Septic is required.

This lot has a future roadway platted to the west which prevents structure being built “right next door”. Owners have decided not to build on this tract due to unsure future plans for their business. Only reason for selling.

This is one of good tracts with NE exposure which assures great morning sunrises and protection from afternoon sun.

Come take a look. Sign right in middle of property frontage.



From Marble Falls, take 281 S. 5 miles to Highway 71. Proceed east towards Austin. Travel one mile from intersection to blinking traffic light.Turn right on Burnet County Road 401 S. Travel 5 miles to Summit Springs gate. Proceed into development. Turn right on Bosque Trail. Loton right. Sign.

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