Approx. 7 acres in Mercer’s Preserve at Lake Comanche
6.83 Acres in the peaceful gated community of Mercer’s Preserve just 4 miles south of the town of Comanche. Here you can build your dream home or lake-area get away nestled in the heart of central Texas in the northern part of the hill country.
Mercer’s Preserve is a designated nature preserve, meaning the land is managed to preserve its flora, fauna and physical features. It is little piece of paradise, where the stars shine bright in the nighttime sky.
The community consists of 148 parcels of land, ranging from 2 to 20 acres. Horses (but no other livestock) are allowed, as many as four, on this almost 9 acre property. Modest covenants protect the value of your investment and your Property Owner Association membership affords you the enjoyment of community amenities such as Lake Comanche (a 260-acre private swimming, boating and fishing lake) and 60 acres of common area including 2 community owned docks and a boat ramp, all included in the low annual property owners’ dues of $500 per year.
You will be about 2 hours southwest of Fort Worth, 2 hours northwest of Austin, 2 hours west of Waco and 2 hours southeast of Abilene.
Greenwood Rd, Comanche, TX 76442
535′(N) x 590′(E) x 475′(S) x 595′(W)
GPS Coord. – See Details Below
Property Details (Everything We Know About the Property)
APN/Parcel: CAD No 66505 / Geo No. SCO-11-345
Property Address: Greenwood Rd, Comanche, TX 76442
County: Comanche County, TX
Parcel Size: 6.93 acres
Center of Property (approximate location)
Corners (approximate location)
Estimated HOA/POA Dues and Assessments: $500 per year
(Contact POA below for actual current or proposed future fees)
LCPOA Property Owners Association
P.O. Box 233
Comanche, TX 76442
Link to POA website: Click Here
Link to Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCR’s): Click Here
Link to By-Laws: Click Here
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Nearby Attractions / Town
The City of Comanche is the county seat of Comanche County and had population of 4,335 at the 2010 census. The Comanche Independent School District consists of Comanche Elementary, Comanche Middle School, H.R. Jefferies Junior High, and Comanche High School. Also, Premier Accelerated Charter School for high school-aged students is located in Comanche. The city is served by The Comanche County-City Airport, located two miles northeast of Comanche’s central business district.
The town was established in 1856 and the city was incorporated in 1858. Near the modern courthouse is the preserved log structure known as the “Old Cora Courthouse”, one of the oldest standing wooden courthouses in Texas. The Comanche County Historical Museum in Comanche features a blacksmith shop, filling station, and doctor’s office. A replica saloon depicts the site where gunfighter John Wesley Hardin killed a deputy in 1874.
Link to City of Comanche Website and Contacts: Click Here
Link to Comanche Chamber of Commerce Website and Contacts: Click Here
Link to Comanche County Website and Contacts: Click Here