93 Acres Single-Family Development Tract - Manor, TX

14812 N FM 973 Manor, TX 78653

14812 N FM 973, Manor, TX, 78653
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14812 N FM 973, Manor, TX, 78653 14812 N FM 973, Manor, TX, 78653
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Amount:
$3,718,080
Last Verified:
Sep 21, 2020

  • +952 acres in 2 lots.
  • Located on north side of Gregg Ln, 0.4 miles west of FM 973
  • + 2,080 feet of frontage on Gregg Ln.
  • Not zoned (Manor’s ETJ)
  • A portion of the Property is in the 100 year FEMA floodplain (see FEMA map)
  • Utilities: Water – Manville Water Supply Corp. – 16” and 8” lines on north side of Gregg Lane. Wastewater – City of Manor.
  • $40,000 per net acre

Ideal single-family tract in the booming Manor school district.  Ample water available.  Wastewater solution needs to be solidified.  There are two separate, but related, owners – 60 acres and 33 acres.  Property has Development Agreement with City of Manor to be annexed in as Single-Family Residential (District “R-1”). Travis County will soon be improving the bridge over Wilbarger Creek on Gregg Lane. Property is under Ag or Wildlife exemptions.  Wilbarger Creek is the western property line.

Sales Price is $40,000 per net acre.  Floodplain is estimated at 15-20 acres.  Surveyor is calculating that.


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