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$182,000 3.29 acres
Produce St, Hidalgo, Texas 78557 - Hidalgo County

Commercial 3.29 acres/ Hidalgo, Tx

Excellent Commercial Investment Opportunity. This unimproved vacant property is Priced to Sell at $1.26 per sq. ft. It is zoned commercial and is in center of the city of Hidlago, a few miles north of the US/Mexico border and 6 miles south of McAllen, Tx. This 3.2987 paved frontage property is a good fit for a buyer/investor who wants to build warehouses, produce sheds, import/export business, trucking & transportation, truck parking lot or any commercial use by the Free Trade zone. As map shows, zoom in or out and see the proximity to the US/Mexico border and International bridge, as well as all the commercial businesses.
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$385,000 102 acres
FM 649 & FM 2686, Rio Grande City, Texas 78582 - Starr County

102 Acre Hunting Ranch

These 102.935 +/- acres are all thick brush, lots of mesquite. Area is well known for good hunting: Deer, hogs, turkey, dove. Perimeter is fully barbed wire fenced. There is no electric power, however, the power lines run along the east boundary of property. No water and no minerals to convey.
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$375,000 52 acres
2645 S. FM 2191, Falfurrias, Texas 78355 - Brooks County

52 Acres-Pasture-Falfurrias

A 52 +/- acre pasture tract located 3 miles east of Falfurrias in Brooks County, Texas at 2645 South FM 2191. Property measures approximately 740 ft. (east to west) frontage alongside S. FM 2191 and 3100 ft. (north to south). The property is fully fenced, includes an entrance gate at S. FM 2191 and gates at the northeast corner, center east and center west locations of the property. The south pasture consists primarily of Coastal Bermuda grass and the north pasture is a combination of Coastal Bermuda and Guinea grasses. Pastures are actively managed with a history of two yearly cuttings producing large round bales. Hay sales history includes small local and large regional ranch customers. Mature Mesquite trees are scattered throughout the
Henry A. Cantu - Lobo Real Estate