± 63.7 Acres on Hwy 21 | Bryan, TX

7359 E HIGHWAY 21 Bryan, TX 77803

7359 E HIGHWAY 21, Bryan, TX, 77803
7359 E HIGHWAY 21, Bryan, TX, 77803
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$950,000
Last Verified:
Mar 11, 2019

Highlights

  • Up to +-125 acres available with 1700' of HWY 21 frontage
  • Only 20 Minutes to Texas A&M University and 10 minutes to Bryan
  • Bryan ISD, 12" Wickson Water Line, BTU Electric
  • Ag Exempt
  • 1.5 acre lake, heavily wooded along boundary lines and interior is open pasture.

Description

63.7 acres (CAD) only a few miles from Bryan with ~65' frontage on HWY 21. Heavily wooded along boundary lines and interior is open pasture. Surface water consists of a 1.5 acre pond near the front and Wickson Creek bounds the back. Call today to see this beautiful tract of land!!!

Located on HWY 21 in Bryan, Texas

Lot Size: 63.7 acres

Map of 7359 E HIGHWAY 21, Bryan, TX, 77803

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