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Texas, Franklin County, .11 Acre Lake Cypress Springs. $1,750 CASH



 
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Sale Price: $1,000.00
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Lake Cypress Springs, TX, Land For Sale Lake Cypress Springs, TX, Land For Sale
Featured Item: Lake Cypress Springs, Tall Tree, Franklin, TX

LAKE CYPRESS SPRINGS,

Tall Tree North SUBDIVISION,

FRANKLIN COUNTY, TX

 

 

         
50' X 100'

Tall Tree North Subdivision

Beautiful lake community lot with utilities to the lot.

Only a few short miles to the boat ramp. 

 

 

Clickable Map of Lake

Latest Franklin, Texas, weather
INVEST or RESELL!
Size 50' X 100' Highways Near Lot

127

Utility Infrastructure

Electricity and Water at Street.  Paved Roads.

Features

Beautiful lake community lot with utilities to the lot. Only a few short miles to the boat ramp. Enjoy being surrounded by lakes and beautiful inviting scenery. This lakeside community is gated, with your entry code being necessary to enter. You will have access to all of the community amenities including a swimming pool and parks. The property is free and clear of tax liens.

City: Mount Vernon County: Franklin
Taxes

Taxes are $25 Per Year

HOA $75 / 6 Months

Cities Near Lot

Mount Vernon

Location of Land

FRANKLIN COUNTY. Franklin County is located in northeast Texas, one county removed from Oklahoma and three counties removed from Arkansas. Mount Vernon, the county seat, is on Interstate Highway 30 seventy-two miles southwest of Texarkana and ninety-six miles northeast of Dallas. With a 2000 population of 2,286, Mount Vernon is the largest town situated entirely within the boundaries of the county, but Winnsboro, located in southwestern Franklin and northwestern Wood counties, had a 2000 population of 3,589. The county's center lies at 3309' north latitude and 9514' west longitude. The county comprises 294 square miles of the post oak belt and is heavily wooded; post oak, blackjack oak, and pine trees predominate. The terrain varies from nearly level to rolling, and the soils are predominantly loam with clay subsoils. The county is drained by the Sulphur River, which forms its northern boundary, and Big Cypress Creek, which runs through the southern portion. Mineral resources include oil, gas, limestone, and lignite coal. Wildlife native to the area once included buffalo, bear, deer, beaver, and turkey. Temperatures range from an average high of 94 F in July to an average low of 35 in January. Rainfall averages almost forty-five inches a year, and the growing season averages 234 days annually.

Information

 

 

 

Texas Land for Sale

County Population: 9,458
County Houses: 5,132
Land area: 285.7 sq. mi.
Water area: 9.1 sq. mi.


Industries providing employment: Educational,health and social services (19.8%), Retail trade (15.4%), Manufacturing (11.8%), Construction (11.0%).

Type of workers:
Private wage or salary: 73%
Government: 15%
Self-employed, not incorporated: 12%
Unpaid family work: 0%
Races in Franklin County:

White Non-Hispanic (85.9%)
Hispanic (8.9%)
Other race (5.1%)
Black (3.9%)
American Indian (1.1%)
Two or more races (0.9%)
(Total can be greater than 100% because Hispanics could be counted in other races)

Median age: 40.3 years
Males: 48.5%, Females: 51.5%
Average household size in Franklin County: 2.48
Median household income: $31,955 (year 2000)
Median house value: $66,100 (year 2000)
Median montly rent in 2000: $404
Institutionalized population: 163
Median monthly costs for houses with a mortgage in Franklin County in 2000: $720

Cities in this county include: Mount Vernon.

Notable locations in this county outside city limits:

Notable locations in Franklin County: Tidewater Camp, Rogers-Drummond House.

Churches in Franklin County include: Center Grove Church, Prairie Grove Church, Providence Church, Ripley Creek Church, Fairview Church, Clopton Road Church, Friendship Church, Cypress Church.

Cemeteries: Hagansport Cemetery, Snodgrass Cemetery, Bethel Cemetery, Colliers Chapel Cemetery, Fuquay Cemetery, Prairie Academy Cemetery, Murphy Cemetery.

Lakes and reservoirs: Terry Lake, Chapel Lake, Lake Cypress Springs, Carpenter Lake, Paradise Lake, Romal Lake, Mount Vernon Municipal Reservoir, Deal Lake.

Streams, rivers, and creeks: Bear Pen Creek, Lick Creek, Gum Branch, Greenwood Creek, Glade Branch, Angel Branch, Andys Creek, Frog Creek, Mustang Creek.

Parks in Franklin County include: Over Look Park, Walleye Park, Mary King Park, Cypress Creek Park.

Current college students: 308
People 25 years of age or older with a high school degree or higher: 77.4%
People 25 years of age or older with a bachelor's degree or higher: 16.2%

Number of foreign born residents: 511 (22% naturalized citizens)
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