Listing photo for 999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street, College Station, TX
Listing photo for 999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street, College Station, TX
Listing photo for 999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street, College Station, TX
Listing photo for 999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street, College Station, TX
Listing photo for 999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street, College Station, TX
Listing photo for 999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street, College Station, TX
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999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street,

College Station, TX

$650,000

1.05 Acres

Main entrance to two (2) new and upscale student housing development. 1,071 beds at Campus Village, 1,560 beds at The Woodlands, and total 12,000 beds within one mile. Next to A&M Consolidated High School Campus (1,700 enrolled). All public utilities available. Entitled for commercial use including retail or restaurants. Near the intersection of Wellborn Road (FM 2154) and Harvey Mitchell Parkway (FM 2818). This property is the east tract on the aerial. The west tract is also available for sale.

Facts & Features
MLS® # 1600760
Price $650,000
Bathrooms 0.00
Acres 1.05
Type Land
Sub-Type Commercial
Status Active
Community Information
Address 999 Harvey Mitchell Parkway Street
Area C07
Subdivision Lot 2R-4
City College Station
County Brazos
State TX
Zip Code 77840
Amenities
Utilities Electric In Area, Telephone In Area
Has Pool No
School Information
District College Station
Additional Information
Foreclosure No
Short Sale No
Listing Details
Agent Jeremy Richmond
Office Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC
Photo of Terrence Murphy Sr.

Terrence Murphy Sr.

Office: 979-703-1979
Cell: 979-820-7036

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