$ 139,771

Diamond in the Rough

Texas, Sulphur springs
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  • Diamond in the Rough
  • Diamond in the Rough for sale in United States of America
  • Diamond in the Rough for sale
  • Land for sale
  • Land for sale in United States of America
  • Diamond in the Rough for sale in United States of America
  • Diamond in the Rough for sale
  • Land for sale
  • Land for sale in United States of America
Approx 47 acres fronting FM 1567 & CR 1195 6 ac of Alicia, 2 acres of Tifton 85, 2 approx 1 acre ponds. Scattered Oaks, some woods. Rich Sandy Loam Soil. $3300 per acre REDUCED to $2,950 per acre!
Features
  • Pond
  • Pasture
  • Views
Status:Available
Property Type:Land
Category:Residential
Lot Size:47.38 Acres
County:Hopkins
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 139,771
Location:Sulphur springs, TX 75482
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