219 East Bank Hwy Farm/Ranch for sale in Weatherford, TX

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From the Weatherford Courthouse go south onto South Main (FM 51) to Interstate 20, go east (left) onto I-20 for 2.5 miles, take the Bankhead Exit (Loves Truck Stop), at the stop sign turn southeast (right) onto East Bankhead and go for 1/2 mile and the property is on the south side (right).


Level to gently rolling with native and coastal bermuda (two pastures). Scattered trees of different kinds. Good soils. Many trees around the house.


2,000 sq.ft. 3 bedroom 2 bath siding home built in 1952 and completely remodeled in 1999 with new wiring, air conditioning units, walls and floors. The Living room is medium to large with beautiful original wood medium stain floors and 2 windows. The Kitchen is medium size with vinyl flooring, Formica countertops, stainless steel sink, stainless steel dishwasher (Frigidaire Gallery), stainless steel oven / cook top combination (Frigidaire Gallery), oak cabinets with medium stain. The breakfast is in corner of the kitchen. The Den or 2nd living room has carpet and 2 windows and exit door. Master bedroom with wood floors, 2 windows, exit door and closets. Master bath with vinyl flooring, Formica countertops and drop-in sink, shower / tub combination and wood cabinets. 2nd bedroom with wood floors, 2 windows and 2 closets. 1 year old and the 3rd bedroom & bath has Saltillo tile, pine walls, tin ceiling, 2 windows & exit door. Adjoining bath is Saltillo tile, small nice countertop with draws and potty. The remodeled part has rough textured walls and ceiling fans through the home. Propane gas for the stove, hot water heater and furnace. Cedar stave fencing around the perimeter. 2 stall all steel open end shed. Separate all steel tack room with concrete floor. Small catch pen.


Good water well with 2,500 gallon storage tank. 1 stock pond.


$ 2,434.83 annually.


Texas Utilities, Southwestern Bell Telephone, Weatherford ISD.


$1 per square foot or $ 566,280. NEGOTIABLE!

  • Price: $566,280

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