- 10800 River Terrace Cir
- Austin, TX 78733
- 0.57 Acres
- Coldwell Banker United REALTOR
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1407 W Slaughter Ln, Austin
INCREDIBLE LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!! This property is located on Slaughter Ln, but with safe and easy access thru the light at Bilbrook Pl via Genoa Dr. It is bordered by Slaughter Ln, Genoa Dr and Slaughter Creek Dr. This 5.234+/- acre lot is flat & ready for anything. It is zoned DR because it has always been agriculture.
- MLS® #8518287
- Sub-TypeSingle Lot
- StatusPending - Taking Backups
- UtilitiesElectricity Available
- ViewNo View
- Address1407 W Slaughter Ln
- RegionAustin - Southeast
- SubdivisionSlaughter S F
- Zip Code78747
- DistrictAustin ISD
- ElementaryBertha Casey
- MiddleAmerico Paredes
Property Listed by: Friedman Real Estate, Inc.
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