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1001 COUNTY RD 4790
BOYD, TX 76023


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This home is 1736 sqft, which is 65 sqft smaller than the average of the houses our sources can identify on County RD 4790. Additional outside features include a carport. This property is located in the T & P RR CO SURV #25 ABS #844 subdivision. The entire market value of this property is $96,540. The land is valued at $67,500. Use Diedinhouse.com to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 1001 COUNTY RD 4790.
Tax Legal Information
A-844 T & PRR HBOS MANUFACTURING LP OAKWOOD 28X44 1999 HOTX08809668A NTA0927396 MH MAKE:HBOS MANUFACTURING LP MH MODEL:OAKWOO
T & P RR CO SURV #25 ABS #844
Tax Assessed Information
$348,250.00
$115,760.00
$232,490.00
33
$348,250.00
$2,104.97
Building Ownership Information
1999
Residential
06/29/2018
Building Composition
1232
1232
168
653400.00
NONE

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