Angleton RV Parkisan 80 site RV park located in Angleton, Texas. The property is offered at a price of $4,200,000. Angleton RV is priced at $3,534,839, offering an 8.04% CAP rate based off 2019 actuals. 5.09 acres of undeveloped land that fronts SH288 is priced at $3 a foot ($665,161). The property is approximately 40 miles south of Houston, Texas.
Park has an addition 5 plus acres for expansion and has 250 linear ft of frontage to Highway 288.
The 80 sites offer 30 and 50-amphook ups. Daily rates of $40 and weekly rates of $175 are offered.
Monthly rates are $400 (pluselectric) for standard sites and $450 (plus electric) for the six premium sites (one is concrete pad and five are bigger spaces). One space has recently been made into an office. Angleton RV Park operates on well water with septic and spray field sewage. City hookups are available. The park is currently sub-metered for electricity and the electric is recaptured. All roads and pads in the park are crushed rock with the exception of one concrete space. The current manager is a 1099 employee and is open to staying on-board with future ownership. Angleton RV draws workers from the Brazo sport area. Major employers in the area are DOW Chemical, BASF Chemical Plant, Olin Corporation, and Phillips 66. About25-30% of the tenants are long term. The property has a public easement going north and south through the middle of the property that gives the property owner to the north access to their land. This can either be abandoned by the county and given back to Angleton RV owner if you obtain the permission from the property owner to the north, or it can be used to obtain access from SH288
Angleton, the County Seat of Brazoria County, is a thriving community that offers a small-town atmosphere with many of the conveniences of a big city, the best of both worlds. Located just minutes from Houston, Angleton boasts excellent schools, affordable housing, alow crimerate, and the opportunity for families to live and work in a nurturing environment.
Aside from the fact that Brazoria County is steeped in natural history and beauty, there are many other reasons why national magazines frequently list the Brazos port area as one of the most desirable places in the country to live, for instance, the excellent school system, lower cost of living, affordable housing, and abundant job opportunities. The close proximity to one of the nations foremost metropolitan areas has also made the economic base solid and allowed large growth in manufacturing and retail business.
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