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L. T. Davis
L. T. Davis
L Davis Realty, Inc.
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Properties of L. T. Davis with L Davis Realty, Inc. in George West, TX

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$368,000 115 acres
115 CR 323, George West, Texas 78022 - Live Oak County

Martin 115

114.986 acres of land, more or less, out of the Northeast corner of the C.C.S.D.R.G.M.N.G. RR. Survey 357, Abst. 562 in Live Oak County, Texas. The land is located approximately 5 miles East-southeast of Oakville, Texas and on the southeast side of CR 323.The land is mostly open pasture land with approximately 25 acres of brush. It has a private water well and a pond for livestock water. The cattle pens are steel pipe and located in the center of the tract with a water lot and cross fencing. There is oil field activity on the property. There are several gas pipelines crossing the land. It has some nice oak trees scattered around the land.
L. T. Davis L Davis Realty, Inc.
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$795,540 265.18 acres
Three Rivers, Texas 78071 - Live Oak County

Martin265

265.18 acres of native brush with some open improved pasture. Excellent hunting property. Property has an El Oso Water Coop. water meter and several PVC cased wells that were used as monitor wells for uranium operations in the area back in the 80's. The land fronts onto Farm-to-Market FM 1358 providing all weather access to the property. The northwest boundary is along Sulphur Creek that runs water during times of heavy rain. There are several springs along this creek. Most of the water is salty but good for livestock and game. The boundary fences are in very usable condition. The barn and cattle pens are in need of repair but usable.
L. T. Davis L Davis Realty, Inc.
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$195,000 2.4 acres
George West, Texas 78022 - Live Oak County

George West Gin

The George West Gin was operated in the late 1930's and early 1940's. There are two building on the 2.4 acres. The main gin has approximately 4,800 square feet of area under a metal roof. Some of the original ginning equipment is still located in this building. The building has two levels, a concrete floor, red clay tile walls and metal framing for the roof. A 1,200 square foot drive-thru was used to unload cotton for the gin. This area is covered and has a concrete floor. The second building was used as a cotton seed storage building. It has red clay tile walls, a steel frame supported metal roof and a dirt floor. This site abuts to the railroad and at one time had a rail siding for loading cotton onto train cars.
L. T. Davis L Davis Realty, Inc.
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$285,000 53.86 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1980 sqft
George West, Texas 78022 - Live Oak County

Richter 53

The Richter property consists of approximately 53.86 acres of land with a 2004 Lonestar manufactured home by Patriot Homes of Texas. The home needs minor paint and repairs, it has a large covered front porch and a carport/patio on the end of the home. There are two septic systems, one water well with water softener located in a storage building with electricity and a ramp for storing a lawn mower. The land around the house is regrowth brush and mesquite trees. White tail deer, hogs, quail, dove and other native animals are seen in this area.
L. T. Davis L Davis Realty, Inc.
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$24,900 3 acres
111 Paloma Circle, George West, Texas 78022 - Live Oak County

3 acres George West, TX

3.15 acres of land that has recently been cleared of under brush and the large mesquite trees remain for shade. The land is next to a county park that has a boat ramp, baseball fields, soccer fields and foot ball field.
L. T. Davis L Davis Realty, Inc.
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$1,408,212 391 acres
239 County Road 356, George West, Texas 78022 - Live Oak County

Hinton 391

391.17 acres of brush, scattered oak trees, 3000 feet of frontage on the Nueces River, good hunting, excellent habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, hogs and quail country. Excellent fishing in the Nueces River and Lake Corpus Christi. Under brush, large Oak trees and elm trees line the banks of the Nueces River providing excellent habitat for wildlife. Access to the river is excellent with a gently sloping bank to the river's edge along the entirety of the frontage. Electrical lines are installed along the river bottom close to camp areas. Improvements consists of a wood frame camp house, a enclosed gathering place, and some out buildings. All are in need of major repair. The one water well has a 120' deep water well with one-half horse powe
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