Lnd-residential

28.90 Acre - 1162 Fm 3356, Van Alstyne, Grayson, Texas, United States 75495

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Property Description

This beautiful 29 acre property is lined with large mature pecan trees throughout and zoned for residential development. Located in Grayson County vs Van Alstyne city, the property already has city water and electricity. An old large home sits in the back of the property which could be either remodeled or torn down. Only minutes from Grayson college and hwy 75 with easy access to Mckinney and Dallas, this amazingly gorgeous property could be your new home or development! Seller related to listing agent.

Basic Details
Property Type : Lnd-residential
Listing Type : For sale
Price : $1,450,000
Year Built : 0
Acres : 28.90 Acre
Sq Ft Total : 0
Address Map
State : TX
County : Grayson
City : Van Alstyne
Zipcode : 75495
Street : Fm 3356
Street Number : 1162
Floor Number : 0
Longitude : W97° 21' 41.9''
Latitude : N33° 24' 19.6''
MLS Addon
List Agent Full Name : Tyler Tinsley
List Office Name : Coldwell Banker Realty Plano
Elementary School Name : Van Alstyne
High School Name : Van Alstyne
Intermediate School Name : Van Alstyne
Junior High School Name : Van Alstyne
Lot Features : Heavily Treed
Number Of Barns : 0
Number Of Buildings : 0
Number Of Days Guests Allowed : 0
Number Of Lakes : 0
Number Of Leaseable Spaces : 0
Number Of Lots : 0
Number Of Residences : 0
Number Of Spaces Leased : 0
Number Of Stories : 0
Number Of Units : 0
Status : Active
Unit Count : 0
Utilities : City Water
Virtual Tour URL Unbranded : https://www.propertypanorama.com/instaview/ntreis/
Acres Pasture : 0
Acres Cultivated : 0
Acres Irrigated : 0
Lot Size : 10 Acres to 49.99 Acres
Lot Size Area SQFT : 1258930
Lot Size Units : Acres
Lots Sold Package : 0
MLS : North Texas Real Estate Information Systems
Open House Count : 0
SQFT Land : 0
SQFT Leasable : 0
SQFT Lot : 0
Subdivision Name : Pecan Park
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Lnd-residential For sale
  • Acres : 28.90 Acre
$1,450,000
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