Average Price in Bo Bbo-outside City: $209,833 County Average: $262,051
Average Taxes in Bo Bbo-outside City: $1,039 County Average: $2,946
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Bo Bbo-outside City: $97 County Average: $115
Average Walkscore in Bo Bbo-outside City: 3 County Average: 25
Average Year Built in Bo Bbo-outside City: 1976 County Average: 1977
Average Days on Website in Bo Bbo-outside City: 53 County Average: 79
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Breathtaking views in any direction!!! wylie schools...
Seller is selling 10 acres of a 14.125 acre tract. legal description of 14...
Your own piece of paradise. spacious and well kept 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 1 acre with large kitchen and opening concept living area, new shaw flooring, metal fence, & shop...
Office warehouse composed of 2000sf of office and 18,000sf of air conditioned and sprinklered warehouse located on i-20 in direct proximity to acu, hendrick medical, abilene regional airport, and major commercial node at hwy 351...
Gorgeous lake house with entertaining backyard & boat dock...
Don't miss the gorgeous lakefront property! 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on ft...
Bring the horses!!!!! this great place has 5 acres with horse stalls and tac room with a guest house has a single wide mobile with a huge covered deck and a separate metal roof over the top of the home pipe fencing all around with a circular drive new concrete slab sidewalks fences have been newly painted mobile home and guest house is in the updating stages metal stalls for horses fenced and crossed fenced and double gates for entry pasture for the horses or cows ...
This scenic abilene, texas ranch, located at the corner of summerhill road and county road 499, is approximately 842...
Great buy on this country home close to town. low traffic dead end street on the edge of town...
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