|Cash Sale||$ 1,799|
|Processing Fee||$ 399|
|Deed Type||Special Warranty Deed|
|Parcel Number||12400277800 12400278000|
|Location||230 Arborcrest Drive, Brookeland, TX 75931|
|Legal Description||Section 14 Lots 274 & 275|
|Lot Size||0.58 Acres|
|Road Access||Paved to Hard Surface Gravel|
|Utilities||City Sewer, City Water, Electric|
The lots are located off Arborcrest Drive and part of the famous Rayburn Country Golf and Marina Resort.
Each lot is fully developed, with very low taxes per lot of roughly $75 and POA dues of $170 annually.
Lot 275 has frontage of 85 feet and rear yard width of 70 feet and is 125 feet in length. Lot 276 has lot frontage of 105 feet and rear yard width of 120 feet and is 117 feet in depth. Located in a heavily wooded area on quiet Arborcrest Drive and is part of Section 14, which is paved with several cul de sac streets having hard surfaced gravel road, these lots are a prime location. Utilities are to the lot.
These lots are part of a beautifully, wooded area and you will NOT find a lot for less money than ours Note we do have other lots available for sale. Also note that we have a finance and building plan. We can also show you some of the models homes we can build.
For more information on Rayburn Country visit the website, and, also continue reading below. Rayburn Country (also known as the Rayburn Golf and Marina Resort) is an East Texas community & golf destination tucked along the shores of Lake Sam Rayburn in the small town of Brookeland, Texas. The Rayburn Country area was originally settled in the late 1870s as a result of the virgin pine forest and an influx of sawmills. Rayburn Country has been serving the needs of vacationers, boaters, fisherman, retirees, families, golfers and company retreats for over 40 years! Today, Rayburn Country has new life with major capital investments into the golf course, hotel, new clubhouse and restaurant. Rayburn Country is a beautifully secluded gem tucked away in the majestic pines of East Texas. Located adjacent to pristine Lake Sam Rayburn, the largest lake in Texas, many have already made this home.