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Burnet, Texas 5.65 Acres in the Texas Hill Country, Main 3/2 Home with 1/1 Guest Home, Barn, Stable, RV Carport, and more...



 Unrestricted 5.65 acre hill top just outside Burnet etj.

2 min. to Burnet, 15 min. to Marble Falls, 20 min. to Lake Buchanan.
Heavily treed and selectively cleared.
Fully fenced.
2 houses completely renovated inside and out. Main house is 3 bed, 2 bath plus detached guest room/ man cave/ office.
Guest house is 1 bed, 1 bath. Both have covered porches and decks, and carports.
RV carport with hook ups.
Big shop/barn, acces. bldg with 2 rooms and stable.
Additional carport for toys/ equipment.
3-200 amp electric services(pec) propane, septic, 12gpm well. Ranch style family compound.
All improvements sit on one side, approx. 2.5 acres, leaving 3 plus acres for further development with a separate driveway.
Ideal for RV park, tiny homes, lodging or other business. Or just a nice big yard.
Neighboring properties are an RV park and private residences.
Asking price of $500,00, for sale by owner. 

Contact Austin Silent Market's Broker Associate George Vance McGee for Buyer's Broker representation, showings, offer and work. 512.657.9281 georgevance@gmail.com

















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