8314 Twilight Terrace Austin TX 78737

$250,000

Property Description

This hidden gem is behind the Twilight Terrace subdivision but is not part of Twilight Terrace subdivision and has no HOA or restrictions. It was once used for commercial water well purposes in the 70s. The well pump and electric were removed but the casing and slab are still in the middle of the property. There is a dedicated Right of Way (ROW) for a public street to the property-a ROW is cannot be altered like an easement. The road, once built, will service the adjoining 18 ac Twilight Gardens development (planning process is on CoA website). It is most likely the road will be built by the developer of Twilight Gardens and the owner of this 1 ac tract will construct a driveway from the road. It is most likely the road will be built by the developer of Twilight Gardens and the owner of this 1 ac tract will construct a driveway from the road. The documents in the MLS are to assist the buyer with grandfathering the property. It is a legal tract but after it was annexed, the city required the property to go through a platting process. This still needs to be done and documents are available for the purchaser.

If you are looking for a secluded acre of land, this is it.

Property Details

  • Price: $250,000
  • Acres: 1
  • MLS #: 3863306
  • County: Travis
  • City: Austin
  • State: TX
  • Zip: 78737
  • Status: Contract Pending
  • Type: Land

Property Map / Directions

Go to Twilight Mesa off of FM 1826, turn right on Twilight Terrace Drive and go to the end. Park in the cul de sac. The area between two properties (left of the green pipe fence) is the easement for a driveway see pictures for help. Follow along the green pipe fence to the property. The rocky outcroppings get very slick when wet. If you go to the barbed wire fence, you are bordering the adjacent property. Look at the uploaded document for locational bearings. Using an online tool may help identify the parcel. Wear Boots with rubber sole, if possible. Someone from either side of easement may approach people when looking for the trail to the tract. They may also tell you the tract is in the flood plain or other negative comments because they do not want anyone to build on it. No one can legally stop anyone from using the easement to walk the property.

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