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Mike Roberts
Fritz Quinn, L.P.

Properties of Mike Roberts with Fritz Quinn, L.P. in Commerce, TX, TX

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$90,000 16.7 acres
CR 4941, Leonard, Texas 75452 - Fannin County

16.7 acres Leonard, TX

Located 50 miles North East of Dallas in Fannin County and just miles from Collin County. Great homesite property, water line underground and electric lines along the county road frontage. This land is also good for farming, currently qualifies for the Agricultural Exemption Tax. In the land you will find native grasses, brush, and trees mainly in the back and front of the property lines. The back and front of the property are fenced.
Mike Roberts Fritz Quinn, L.P.
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$90,000 16.7 acres
CR 4941, Leonard, Texas 75452 - Fannin County

16.7 Acres, Leonard, Texas

Located 50 miles North East of Dallas in Fannin County and just miles from Collin County. Great homesite property, water line underground and electric lines along the county road frontage. This land is also good for farming, currently qualifies for the Agricultural Exemption Tax. In the land you will find native grasses, brush, and trees mainly in the back and front of the property lines. The back and front of the property are fenced.
Mike Roberts Fritz Quinn, L.P.
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$87,000 15 acres
CR 4941, Leonard, Texas 75452 - Fannin County

15 acres Leonard, TX

Located 5 miles south east of Trenton in Fannin County. Great homesite property, water line underground and electric lines along the county road frontage. This land is also good for farming, currently qualifies for the Agricultural Exemption Tax. In the land you will find native grasses, brush, about 10% trees, and an old barn. The back and front of the property are fenced.
Mike Roberts Fritz Quinn, L.P.
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$82,000 14.2 acres
CR 4941, Leonard, Texas 75452 - Fannin County

Track 4 14.2acres

Located 50 miles Northeast of Dallas in Fannin County and just 5 miles from Collin County. Great homesite property, water line underground and electric lines along the county road frontage. This land is also good for farming it has two ponds that hold water, currently qualifies for the Agricultural Exemption Tax. In the land you will find native grasses, brush, and trees mainly in the back and front of the property lines. The back and front of the property are fenced.
Mike Roberts Fritz Quinn, L.P.
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