1300 Indian Lake Road, Florence

$3,894,000

0 Bed
0 Bath
236 Acres
0 Garage

Superior Stone, a dimensional stone supplier, is selling the quarry because they have reached a point where cutting the rock into the required shape is difficult. At this point, blasting or hammering into the rock would be more efficient and therefore better suited for an aggregate or crushed rock company. There is a healthy amount of rock left. However, buyer must do their independent research regarding mineral value remaining on property.

Close proximity to Highway 195 and Florence town center.

This land is being sold for rock value. Seller will not provide any information regarding current mineral supply. Buyer will have to do their own independent research.

Essential Information
MLS® #8542804
Price$3,894,000
Bathrooms0.00
Acres236.00
Year Built2004
TypeCommercial Sale
Sub-TypeBusiness
StatusActive
Community Information
Address1300 Indian Lake Road
AreaKL
SubdivisionNone
CityFlorence
CountyBell
StateTX
Zip Code78746
Amenities
ParkingNone
Utilities

Electricity Available, Water Available, Sewer Not Available

Interior
HeatingNone
Exterior
ConstructionStone
Additional Information
Date ListedMarch 30th, 2021
Days on Market16
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