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One of the few mobile lots inside Boca Chica. This is a level quarter of an acre lot (Lot 268) with 70 feet of frontage along Abalone Drive in Section III of the Boca Chica community. Ready for your mobile home, RV or custom built home. All of the Boca Chica lots permit camping/RVs.
Boca Chica by the Bay has all the amenities you’d expect in a Bayside community – pool, tennis courts, boat launch, and fishing piers. Located between Palacios and Port Lavaca to take advantage of the open space, slower pace and proximity to the bay.
This community is served by electric, water, and sewer. Utilities have not been connected on the lot. Questions regarding installation fees should be directed to the following resources:
Fisherman’s Village: http://www.fishvilletx.com
Contact the POA: https://www.tricountypoa.com POA Dues: $125/yr (there is a $300 transfer fee)
Water/Sewer Hookups Contact: Tri-County P.O.A (361-972-3998)
Electrical Provider: Jackson Electric Cooperative, Inc.(361-771-4400) or AEP – American Electric Power (877-373-4858)
Gas: Ferrellgas (979-245-1766) or Enterprise Products (361-588-6250)
Please review the POA’s restrictions for this section of the community here: https://www.tricountypoa.org/Sec%203&4.pdf
LOT 268 ABALONE DRIVE PALACIOS, TX, 77465
BOCA CHICA SEC. III, LOT 268
Residential (Mobile Homes permitted)
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 financing option, we do charge 5% per month as well as a $10.00 per month loan servicing fee.
Carancahua Bay is a northern extension of Matagorda Bay located in Jackson and Matagorda counties in Texas, United States. It is oriented from the southeast to the northwest but meanders as it reaches the north to the confluence with Carancahua Creek. Generally slender, it is only about 1 mile (1.6 km) in width north of its circular mouth. It is oriented from the southeast to the northwest but meanders as it reaches the north to the confluence with Carancahua Creek. Generally slender, it is only about 1 mile (1.6 km) in width north of its circular mouth. The bay serves as a nursery for shrimp and as an ecosystem for diverse species of birds and fish.