Mesquite Drive, Lot 29-A

Address:             321 Mesquite Drive, Cedar Creek, TX 78612

Price:                   $239,000

MLS #:                 N/A

Description:    Beautiful 2.0 acre Property is located in a peaceful, country setting only 15 minutes from Austin. Central location right off Texas Highway 21 and Watts Lane. Secluded and established subdivision of large lots with friendly neighbors that has maintained its beautiful, natural feel. Medium sized oaks and mesquite trees fill the first ~100′ of the lot and provide privacy and then transition to very large oaks and elms that reach 60′ into the sky overhead. A driveway has been cleared that leads back to a cleared homesite ready for you to build. Paved / asphalted street. Just minutes from COTA. Collect fresh eggs from your chickens every morning… and still be able to go into the office in Austin if you need. Modular/ Prefabricated homes, site-built, barndominiums, tiny homes ok. No singlewides or trailers per deed restrictions. Buyer to verify. Electricity is available from Bluebonnet. Buyer will need to install well and septic. Buyer to verify availability of all utilities and restrictions. Buyer to get survey. Light deed restrictions in documents to protect property values. Deed Restrictions provided below. SELLER FINANCING AVAILABLE (See Seller Financing Section Below)

What Utilities are Included?

Buyer will need to install a well. The cost of a well is ~$16,000, but then water usage is essentially unlimited forever for only the cost of electricity to run the well pump. Installing a well is a good option for larger properties like this as the entire property can be irrigated without paying for monthly water usage. Electricity is available through Bluebonnet Electric. Buyer will need to have Bluebonnet drop an electric pole where desired. Cost for a pole is ~$2,000. Buyer to verify.


Are There Any Restrictions?

Yes. It is intended that light deed restrictions be recorded to preserve property values. Please see the deed restrictions here.


Can I Build More Than 1 House?

You can read the deed restrictions here. Many properties in the neighborhood have multiple residential structures, and the Architectural Committee referenced in the Deed Restrictions does not appear to exist anymore. Buyer to verify.


Can I have a Manufactured Home?

You can read the deed restrictions here. Seller understands the deed restrictions allow manufactured homes as long as home is underpinned and skirted and meets other aesthetic requirements. Buyer to verify. There appear to be manufactured homes in the community.

What kind of home can I put on the Property?

Essentially, any residential home that is not a Single-Wide manufactured home is an approved home. Site-Built homes, tiny homes, double-wide & triple-wide manufactured homes, modular homes, and barndominiums are all approved homes. See the Deed Restrictions here for more details.