0.287 acres in Caldwell, Texas

Perfect for your mobile home or travel trailer. No restrictions here!!

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$500 non-refundable deposit Reserve Now

Finance – 36 months

$250/month $10,000 total price
$500 down payment Reserve Now

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If you are interested in reserving this parcel, click “Reserve Now” button for any of the payment options. You will be redirected to our payment page to make the initial reservation payment.

Cash payments will be transacted via cashier’s check or wire. Buyer can also choose to go through a title company at buyer’s expense.


0.287 acres in Caldwell, Texas

This is the one you’ve been waiting for! Stop renting a space for your mobile home and own instead. Property on the Cades Lakes. No HOA and no restrictions. You can bring your travel trailer, mobiles or tiny home. Build a cabin or use it as a weekend camp. You can use this property however you wish.

Nearby cities: 1 hour and 20 minutes from Austin. 45 minutes from College Station. 1 hour and 15 minutes from Temple.

The Cade Lakes are two man-made reservoirs on upper Davidson Creek three miles west of Caldwell in western Burleson County (at 30°31′ N, 96°42′ W). They were constructed in 1964 and lie 2½ miles below the creek’s spring-fed headwaters. The twin, roughly half-mile-long bodies of water are known as East Lake and West Lake and are connected by a narrow channel along the dam near their southern rims.

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S1820 CADE LAKE SEC. 2 LOT 2/838-839 0.287 ACRES


College Station, Texas

College Station is a city in Brazos County in Texas and is most famous for being the home of the Texas A&M University.

Due to the fact that the university has an emphasis on agriculture, students who attend are known as Aggies, and this has led to the university and College Station in general often being known as Aggieland.

Many of the sights here revolve around the university, and locals are hugely proud of their college traditions, many of which you can learn all about at one of the many museums situated around the campus.

Aside from museums, you will also find live music events, breweries, restaurants, memorials, and sporting venues all over Aggieland, and even if you are no longer at college yourself, it may be difficult not to get caught up in the student atmosphere of this vibrant city.


Please be sure to do your due diligence before reserving the property. Ensure that the Property is in a condition suitable for Buyer’s purposes and to verify with the appropriate third party, such as the county, city, utility provider, etc.

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