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Brand new in inventory is a 0.11 acre lot on Live Oak Lane in the Mesquite Tree Section of the Holiday Beach community located in Aransas County. Like most lots in Holiday Beach, this property is 50 feet of frontage on Live Oak Lane and extends 100 foot deep.
No RVs or mobile homes allowed & septic is required for every lot within the community.
Holiday Beach is located approximately 8 miles north of the City of Rockport. HOA dues are $50 per lot per year and every lot owner has access to 2 piers as well as a community pool. Come for the weekend and fish or just sit on the beach and relax or enjoy the art galleries and restaurants in Rockport.
This community is served by electric and water. Every lot in Holiday Beach requires septic. Utilities have not been connected on the lot. Installation is $3,500 for water, through Holiday beach Water Supply and can be added by the buyer at anytime. The HOA is an excellent resource for prospective buyers.
Please visit their website: http://www.holidaybeachtx.org/
Please review the link to the Mesquite Tree Section building restrictions here: https://www.holidaybeachtx.org/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/mesquite_sherwood_2018.pdf
0 Live Oak Ln Rockport, TX 78382
HOLIDAY BEACH MESQUITE TREE, LOT 487
Live Oak Lane
A additional fee of $350 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.
We do charge closing fees. If the buyer chooses to secure title insurance for the property, that would be their financial obligation.
If selecting our owner financing option, we do charge a 5% interest rate/month and you will see is a $10/month loan serving fee.
Copano Bay is a northwestern extension of Aransas Bay, west of Rockport, Texas in Refugio and Aransas counties. It is supplied with seawater from the Gulf of Mexico via Aransas Bay, and fed freshwater from the Aransas River, Mission River and Copano Creek. As an estuary, the bay is home to a diverse ecosystem consisting of various birds including the endangered whooping crane, and numerous finfish including the redfish as well as shellfish such as oysters. It is classified as a nursery for shrimp, which prohibits production from the bay. Copano Bay is also a historic location for human usage and settlement that dates back to the 18th century, beginning with the historic port of El Copano and the 19th century settlements of St. Mary’s of Aransas and Copano. The present-day towns of Bayside, Copano Village and Holiday Beach were all founded in the 20th century. Oil and natural gas are pumped from below the bay’s surface, and contribute to the livelihood of the local economies. Recently, areas around the bay were affected by Hurricane Harvey which crossed over the bay as a Category 3 hurricane.