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Undeveloped lot in Section 7 of Downy Caney Creek with 50 feet of frontage on paved Blue Water Blvd. Blue Water is a dead end road ensuring that traffic is minimal. RVs and mobile homes are permitted or build your own getaway. Fishing opportunities abound. Lot owners have access to a community pier and you are only minutes from the beach!
Utilities run throughout the community. The DCC MUD office is your point of contact to begin water/sewer hookup. Installing water/sewer costs $1,500 plus some miscellaneous fees for survey, application & filing fees. As these lots were surveyed when it was platted, there should be iron rods in the ground at the corners. However, that was back in the 1960s and understandably they made be underneath the tall grass or have been knocked down over the years. A survey would be required prior to installing hookups. A surveyor in the area is Doyle & Waschestetter out of Clute -phone: 979-265-3622. Staking the corners could be completed for $300.
Sewer hookups cost $3,000 plus a $50 inspection fee. Taxes are $47.00/year and HOA dues run $15/year +$18 additional DCC fee. Contact the Downy Caney Creek HOA here: https://www.dcccloa.com/home/
BLUE WATER, BAY CITY, TX, 77414
DOWNEY CANEY CREEK SEC 7, LOT 126
50 x 110
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.
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!
Matagorda, Texas has approximately 58 miles of beach. 23 miles of the beach east of the Colorado River is open to vehicles. The remaining 35 miles of beach is west of the Colorado River and only accessible by boat, kayak, canoe or other watercraft. On the East side there are trash cans on the beach for the first 3 miles. The first 8 miles of beach beyond the dunes is private property. After 8 miles, it is state property behind the dunes and there are lots of trails you can explore. Watch out for rattlesnakes if you are walking in the dunes and grasses. Driving in the dunes and damaging the native grasses is illegal so stay on the established trails or the beach. Check out the Emergency Info page before you go.