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Access to water lines in this area is quite rare, making this property a great investment.
This is a 5.10 +/- acre tract located in Block 3, Section 24 of Pecos County, Texas. Buyer would need to have a survey completed. The property is only feet from county water line that runs along Border Road.
The lot is level with sparse vegetation, mostly clump grass and shrubs of mesquite and salt cedar. Most are about 3-4 feet high. Elevation is approximately 2,415 ft and level.
Images included in this listing show the aerial view of the lot within the Block/Section as well as the network of underground pipelines that run through Pecos County. This particular tract is not impacted by any pipelines.
Electricity: As seen in the aerial images taken in December 2019, neighbors are utilizing solar panels but there are utility poles along Border Road. Electricity poles run along Border Road. Buyer would contact First Choice Power (855) 676-7242
Water: County water runs along Border Road.
There is NO HOA, HOA Fees or time limit to build.
0 Border Rd Imperial, TX 79743
“LOT 23, A +/- 5.10 ACRE TRACT; Being a tract of land, out of the North Half (N/2) of Section 24, Block 3, H&TC RR Company Survey, Pecos County, Texas”
A additional fee of $295 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.
We do not charge closing fees. If the buyer chooses to secure title insurance for the property, that would be their financial obligation.
Miscellaneous fees include property taxes and HOA dues. These vary by property and are prorated over a twelve month period.
West of the Pecos Museum
The West of the Pecos Museum is housed in a saloon built in 1896, and local legend has it that a bullet from a long-ago gunfight caused the bullet hole near the front door. Next door is the three-story Orient Hotel, built in 1904. Exhibits in the saloon and hotel portray cowboy life, women on the frontier and Native American artifacts. An animatronic bartender in the saloon relates the story of a gunfight. Guided tours are available, or you can take a self-guided tour of the museum’s 50 rooms of exhibits. Note that the museum is closed on Sundays and Mondays from Labor Day to Memorial Day.
World’s First Rodeo
Pecos lays claim to being the site of the first rodeo in the world. In 1883, cowboys from three ranches claimed to be the fastest steer ropers, and a competition was planned for the Fourth of July on the site of the present courthouse. Spectators arrived on foot and by wagon to watch one of the cowboys, Trav Windham, rope and tie a steer in 22 seconds. The Pecos Rodeo is still held, taking place over four days in June. Expect Pecos’ hotels to be fully booked far in advance of this annual event.