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the LOTS / LAND for Sale Email, check these 3 properties out, Austin Silent Market Realty Oct. 31st, 2023


presenting 3 LOTS, LAND property opportunities available and currently for Sale. Crestview/Brentwood, 78704, San Marcos, Texas. Austin Silent Market Active ABOR MLS listings.

2007 Alguno Road. $629K, Crestview, Brentwood SF-3 Zoned, 7,186 sq. ft Lot Land, no tree issues. Perhaps lease the existing 3/2 Home for $2,895 to cover holding costs, while you plan your new development(s). 

2007 Alguno Road for Sale, Now asking just $629,000 (originally listed for $740,000). Large SF-3, 2 unit friendly LOT, in builder, developer welcomed CRESTVIEW, BRENTWOOD, North Central Austin, Texas. Existing 3/2 Home may lease for $2,895 for 6-12 months while the new owner gets plans and paperwork ready to develop and build NEW. Calm, quiet, close in street, location. Central Core Austin, Texas. Contact Broker Associate GVM Austin Silent Market @ 512.657.9281 

1.37 acres of unimproved land in "78704" zip code 

3300 Menchaca Road Zoned LO-MU-CO

asking price of $1,985 million.

Click here for aerial drone & ground photos of 1.37 acres for Sale, 78704 zip code @ 3300 Menchaca Road.

over 20,000 sq. ft lot land located the city of San Marcos, TX, close-in. a Mega-LOT.

120 S Johnson Street. $399K for Sale. walking distance to the San Marcos Texas Downtown Square.

potential to subdivide into 2-3 lots, per city of San Marcos planning & Development office

Click here for more info, photos 399K, 120 S. Johnson Street, San Marcos TX 78666 for Sale
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