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Looking for a large space to build your Galveston dream home? Then you need these two adjacent lots being only sold together. You can design your home to maximize the view of the lake and still have a large yard. Evia is a neighborhood of homes designed in Victorian, Craftsman, and other revival styles. All homes have neighborly front porches, and the neighborhood boasts sidewalks around the two lakes. You can easily walk to the community pool, the playground, and Evia's own coffee shop/ice cream parlor. Moody Gardens Golf Course is close by.

Price: $170,000

Full Baths: 0

Half Baths: 0

Type: Residential Land

City: Galveston

Condo Name: Evia

Area: Evia 13F

Listing Date: 2017-12-06
Land Type: Lot
Lot Quantity: 2
Lot Size: 9769.00
Within City Limits: True
Zoning: Yes
Gross Taxes: 3019.00
Area: Near West (In Town)
Common Amenities: Lake/Pond, Playground, Swimming Pool, HO Assoc Fee Req
Lot Acreage: Irregular Shape, Corner Lot, Cleared, Curbs & Gutters
Lot Dimensions: 24x105x31x36x98x108
Lot Location View: Lake, Water View
Maint. Fee Per: Year
Restrictions: Subdivision, Deed
Road Frontage: City Street
Road Surface: Paved
Utilities: Cable Available, Sewer Available, Phone Available, Water Available, Trash Pickup City Available, Electricity Available, Natural Gas Available

Broker: Keller Williams Realty Memorial, James Selig

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