1.86 Acres off Bellmead Drive

TBD Bellmead Drive Waco, TX 76705

TBD Bellmead Drive, Waco, TX, 76705
TBD Bellmead Drive, Waco, TX, 76705
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$129,500
Last Verified:
May 09, 2019

Highlights

  • 1.864 Acres (81,195.84 SF)
  • Bellmead B-1: Neighborhood Business District
  • Bellmead Drive Frontage: 210’ +/-
  • Property Depths: 210’ – 440’ +/-
  • Easily Accessible
  • Excellent Visibility
  • Bellmead Drive: 19,400 Vehicles/Day (TxDOT: 2016)
  • 2018 Taxes: $1,286.41

Description

H&A Commercial Team - KW Commercial would like to present this commercial real estate property for sale!

This 1.864 Acre parcel is located off Bellmead Drive in Waco, Texas allowing for great visibility and easy access. Next to Italian Granite and near Bellmead Pools it is situated amongst several well-established businesses.

The property is located in Bellmead’s B-1: Neighborhood Business District. The property has 210’ +/- of frontage on Bellmead Drive and a depth range of 210’ to 440’ +/-.

This property is located outside the city limits of Waco, Texas. The Waco Metropolitan Statistical Area has a population of over 270,000 people. The City of Waco is located approximately 90 miles south of the Dallas/Fort Worth area and about 100 minutes north of Austin, Texas.

For more information on this property, or any of our other properties, please contact the H&A Commercial Team – KW Commercial!

Off Bellmead Drive between Michigan Street and Concord Road.

Lot Size: 1.86 acres

Map of TBD Bellmead Drive, Waco, TX, 76705

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