If you are interested in reserving this parcel click the “Reserve Now” button for any of the payment options. You will be redirected to our payment page to make the initial reservation payment.
Perfect Location For Your RV or Mobile Home. Easy Access To The ICW and East Matagorda Bay. Just A Short Distance From The Beach, Restaurants and Bait Camps. You Don’t Want To Miss This One! This property is located on Curlew Rd in Section 14. It’s a level 0.12 acre dry lot priced BELOW MARKET!
Want to know what’s biting this week?
Check out https://www.fishsargent.com/ for photos and maps of what is going on the Sargent area!”
Questions about the community? utilities?
Please contact the Downy Caney MUD Office:
Address: 8109 FM457, Bay City, TX 77414
or the Downy Caney HOA: https://www.dcccloa.com/home/
Deed Restrictions for Section 14: https://www.dcccloa.com/editor_upload/File/Assocation%20Formation%20Docs/Deed%20Restrictions/Downeys-Lot-Owners-Association-Deed-Restrictions-Section-14.pdf
LOT 274 CURLEW, BAY CITY, TX 77414
DOWNEY CANEY CREEK SEC 14, LOT 274
50′ x 100′
A additional fee of $350 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.
If selecting our owner finance option, we do charge a 5% interest per month and you will see a $10 per month loan servicing fee.
San Bernard Wildlife Refuge
From the San Bernard Refuge Website: The refuge boundary starts where the Gulf of Mexico meets the shore. Countless migrating and nesting shorebirds, including the endangered piping plover, share this shoreline with nesting Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles. The beaches’ dunes not only support a diversity of wildlife, they provide a buffer to the bordering bay estuaries and salt water marshes. These watery ecosystems sustain massive oyster beds and serve as nurseries for shellfish and finfish, an important source of food for great blue herons, roseate spoonbills, and wood storks. Recreationally important fish species, like red drum, speckled trout and gulf flounder, encircle the small islands crowded with nesting colonial waterbirds including black skimmers and reddish egrets.