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250 COUNTY RD 2474
ALVORD, TX 76225


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This home is 2425 sqft, which is 510 sqft larger than the average of the houses our sources can identify on County RD 2474. When this property was assessed in 2017, the assessment value improved from $442,500 to $479,770. This home is 1 story tall. This property is located in the TRAVIS PACKWOOD SURV ABS 679 subdivision. The entire market value of this property is $479,770. The land is valued at $313,690. Use Diedinhouse.com to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 250 COUNTY RD 2474.
What's nearby?
Cemeteries
12 miles from Rosston Cemetery
13 miles from Bewley Cemetery
13 miles from Jones Cemetery
14 miles from Moss Cemetery
15 miles from Cogburn Cemetery
17 miles from Pollard Cemetery
17 miles from Plainview Cemetery
17 miles from Stony Cemetery
17 miles from Old Stony Cemetery
18 miles from Muslim Cemetery
19 miles from Knox Cemetery
19 miles from Hood Cemetery
Tax Legal Information
ACRES: 67.446, ABST: A-679 T PACKWOOD
TRAVIS PACKWOOD SURV ABS 679
Tax Assessed Information
$652,800.00
$182,260.00
$470,540.00
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$652,800.00
$10,788.00
Building Ownership Information
1974
Agricultural
Building Composition
2425
2425
2937948.00
480
NONE
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