– 2.5+/- acres total
– Public utilities available
– Electric at the road
– Trees will need to be cleared for homesite
– Dry weather creek runs through property
Lot size: 2.45 acres +/-
Lot description: Wooded lot, level to gentle slope, drainage ditch runs through portion of property.
Road access: Yes, paved road
Land use: Residential
Water: City water
Sewer: City sewer
Electric: Electric at the road
Just minutes away from downtown Duncan and less than 5 minutes away from the Twin Oaks Golf Club and the Chisholm Trail Casino, this vacant lot is the perfect start up for a place to call home. It is located within the city limits of Duncan giving you paved road access along with availability of public utilities. This property is wooded and would need trees cleared for a homesite. If youre an investor, this lot would also make a perfect location for a long term rental or investment property.
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