Dayton, TX Liberty Country Land 0. acre for sale in Dayton, TX

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Hoop&Holler is home to R-2672 & R-2671 two great residential locations in Dayton. Lots 346-350 are not only vacant but available, stretching over .86 Acres of land in Liberty, Texas

Liberty is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, within Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. The population was 8,397 at the 2010 census. It serves as the seat of Liberty County. Liberty is the third oldest city in the state-established in 1831 on the banks of the Trinity River. The city also has an exact replica of the Liberty Bell from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Its area code is 936 and its ZIP code is 77575. The Geraldine D. Humphreys Cultural Center, a 23,000 square feet (2,100 m2) municipal facility, houses the Liberty Municipal Library and the 153 seat Humphreys-Burson Theatre. The Geraldine D. Humphreys Cultural Center opened and was dedicated on October 18, 1970. The Geraldine D. Humphrey's Cultural Center has undergone a multi-million dollar renovation project completed in 2010, including renovation of the Humphreys-Burson Theater adding new seating, expanded storage space and new carpeting. The Park Theater was built and opened in 1938. This movie house entertained people for years before closing its doors. The theatre sat idle for years, then in 1993, the Cox family purchased the theatre and re-furbished the building; re-opening it as The Liberty Opry; a live, Branson-style musical entertainment venue. The theatre seats 400 and has a building adjoined to the theatre with restroom facilities, an office, dressing rooms to accommodate the entertainers that perform there, and a concession area, which seats 80. Although the owners have changed over the years, The Liberty Opry continues to operate today with weekly shows ranging from Country to Gospel to Rock & Roll every Saturday night under the direction of Jay Cantu at 7:00 pm. The Theatre and facilities are also available for private events.

Please contact Evelyn Copeland at 1(979)244-3108 for more information.

  • Price: $31,500

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