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16.00 Acres Of Land For Sale In Dike, Texas
TBD COUNTY ROAD 3562
TRACT: 12-01, ABST: 311, SURVEY: FULLER DANIE
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Are you looking for that showplace to build your home? This is the perfect location just minutes from Sulphur Springs. Nice entry in place with utilities at the road. The land has an ag exemption with annual hay production. You will find a great mix of open pasture, scattered trees, and a pond on these 16 acres, just north of Sulphur Springs! Plenty of options for building sites & privacy.
Total of 56.130 acres for sale; please see MLS: 14751468 for the total acreage.
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