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20 acres of untouched beauty await, deep in the heart of Texas. Brewster County is situated in the western part of the state and named for Colonel Henry Percy Brewster, who was a Secretary of War for what was once known as the Republic of Texas. Alpine is the county seat of Brewster County and the perfect location for exploring many area attractions.
Check out Lajitas golf resort or the ghost town of Terlingua. Terlingua was once a booming mining district, where they extracted cinnabar, a mercury ore, in the Chisos Mountains. The 120-mile scenic route of River Road can take you through the majestic Rio Grande Valley between Presidio and the Big Bend parks.
While there’s no road leading directly to this property, 20 acres allows you the opportunity to literally carve out your own path, just a short way from the border of Mexico and the beauty of the Rio Grande river. The town of Alpine has kept its small town feel over the years, which is why you won’t find big box shopping, but you will find lots of original character. A traditional downtown of early 20th-century buildings filled with family owned businesses is what you’ll find in Alpine – your new home.
STREET ADDRESS: N/A, near Alpine, TX 79830
COUNTY: Brewster County, TX
SIZE: 20.0 acres
LOT DIMENSIONS: 655 feet x 1367 feet
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ID #22644 BLK 236, SEC 21 W/2-SW/4-NW/4 T&STL RY COTract Three: W ½ of SW ¼ of NW ¼ of Survey 21, Abstract 3108
GOOGLE MAPS LINK: https://goo.gl/maps/cZay8LR4PyLZha5s8
NW: 29.665270, -103.012152
NE: 29.665310, -103.010140
SW: 29.661553, -103.012073
SE: 29.661580, -103.010057
ELEVATION: 2,303 feet
ANNUAL TAXES: Approx. $85.00 per year
ZONING: No Zoning - No restrictionsCurrently, the only restrictions in Brewster County are a requirement to install septic on tracts that are 10 acres or fewer if you do anything other than camp. There are no other building restrictions. There are no sewer, water, or gas lines in the area. Many utilize solar power and water catchment and some haul water. Wells are expensive and there is no guarantee you will hit water or that it will be usable. For more information, contact the County Judge at 432-837-5831 or County Auditor at 432-837-4417.
ACCESS: There is no road leading to the lot directly.
WATER: Would be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option
SEWER: Would be by Septic
UTILITIES: Power by solar, wind or generator, Phone by cellular, satellite TV/Internet/Phone
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