8.2 Acres off South Interstate 35 in Eddy

TBD South Interstate 35 Eddy, TX 76524

TBD South Interstate 35, Eddy, TX, 76524
TBD South Interstate 35, Eddy, TX, 76524
Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Jun 18, 2019


  • 8.2 Acres (357,192 SF)
  • Zoned: Single Family District (proposed Commercial)
  • Interstate 35 Frontage: 760' +/-
  • Property Depths: 100’ - 870’ +/-
  • 3 Phase Electric
  • Existing Water, Gas, and Telephone Lines
  • Easily Accessible
  • Excellent Visibility
  • South Interstate 35: 63,000 Vehicles/Day (TxDOT: 2016)
  • 2018 Taxes: $1,860


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

Located immediately off Interstate 35 this property in the Bruceville-Eddy Area is an ideal retail or development location with excellent visibility. Its proximity to a major road, egress, and ingress allow for easy accessibility.

There is not an existing water meter on site, however one can easily be installed. Existing parcel improvements include: 6 inch water line, Atmos Gas Line, AT&T Telephone Lines, and 3 Phase Electric.

The 8.2 Acres is comprised of portions of 3 contiguous parcels and is currently zoned Residential (proposed rezoning Commercial). There is approximately 760’ of interstate frontage which brings 63,000 vehicles/day per TxDOT’s 2016 study.

This property is located in the city limits of Eddy, Texas, approximately 18 miles south of Waco, 90 miles north of Austin, and 115 miles south of Dallas.

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

Off Interstate 35 Frontage Road Past Exit 318.

Lot Size: 8.2 acres

Map of TBD South Interstate 35, Eddy, TX, 76524

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