0.08 acres in Winkler County, Texas
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Description of the Land
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING LOT WITHIN WINK CITY LIMITS!
PRICE REDUCED TO $995 FOR QUICK SALE!
ONLY A FEW LOTS REMAINING!
WON'T LAST LONG...SIMILAR LOTS LISTED FOR $5,000 ON MLS
This platted and residentially zoned lot is located on the south side of town within the Wink city limits and poised for development right now. There are existing paved and dirt roads leading to property. Lot measures 25 feet by 140 feet. There are NO restrictions on the property. Due to Wink's very relaxed building restrictions, you can build homes, mobiles, and modulars are all allowed. Camping and RV's are allowed on an occasional basis, which would be great when visiting the area.
There are NO Time Limits on When To Build. There is NO Requirement That You Must Ever Build. There are NO Association Dues. There are NO Liens or Back Taxes on the Property. Power is in the area near the Exit, but not on the property yet. Existing power, water, telephone and sewer are within a few blocks of the property. Taxes are less $20 per year.
Wink is a city in Winkler County, Texas.
Wink was the hometown of singer and songwriter Roy Orbison.
The History of Wink, Texas would not be complete without mentioning the man that put Wink on the MAP, Roy Orbison. Roy moved to Wink as a young boy in 1946. Visit the Official site of Roy Orbison telling all about his history and his home town.
Wink, located on the wide-open plains of West Texas. Established in 1910 primarily as a ranching community, Wink experienced it's growth in 1926 with a major oil strike. The oil boom revolutionized Kermit and encouraged the modern progress and prosperity of Winkler County as the 18th largest oil producing county in Texas. It is this factor, coupled with the location of a natural gas processing plant in the county, that makes Wink and Winkler County a prime location for new industry.
Wink takes pride in its progressive, yet friendly community. The people are very civic minded and actively support local school functions, church activities and community gatherings. The small town atmosphere is ideal for raising a family away from the hustle and bustle of a large town.
The climate of Wink is ideal for an individual or business that enjoys year-round comfort. With summer temperatures in the 80's and 90's and mild winters averaging in the low 60's. Low humidity and cool breezes make Wink an excellent outdoor community; for business or pleasure.
Winkler County consists of 887 square miles and is located on the far western edge of the West Texas Prairie Plains at the southwestern corner of New Mexico. Wink & nearby Kermit are the principal trade center for Winkler County, southeastern New Mexico and the sparsely populated Loving County.
Parcel Size: Each lot measures 25 feet by 140 feet
Yearly Property Taxes: Less than $20 per year and paid current.
Legal: Block 93 Lots 1-24, Block 98 Lots 1-24, Block 99 Lots 1-24, Block 100 Lots 1-3 and Lots 22-24
Location: Winkler County, Texas
Zoning: Residential – No time limit to build
Association Fees: None
Liens & Judgments: None (Property was purchased with title insurance)
Deed Type: Warranty Deed
Closing Costs: $299.00
Wink, Texas, 79789
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