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736 Baxter Dr
Plano, TX

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This home is 3755 sqft, which is 1654 sqft larger than the average of the houses our sources can identify on Baxter DR. This home was built in 1993 with 12 total rooms. When this property was assessed in 2017, the assessment value improved from $316,303 to $347,933. This home is 2 stories tall. This property is located in the CHASE OAKS PH II-A subdivision. The entire market value of this property is $372,755. The land is valued at $75,000. Use to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 736 BAXTER DR.

What's nearby?

2 miles from Leach-Thomas Cemetery
2 miles from Bethany Cemetery
2 miles from Custer Road United Methodist Church Columbarium
3 miles from Allen Cemetery
3 miles from Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Columbarium
3 miles from First United Methodist Church of Plano Columbarium
3 miles from Bowman Cemetery
3 miles from Rowlett Creek Cemetery
4 miles from West Plano Presbyterian Church Columbarium
4 miles from Young Cemetery
4 miles from Plano Mutual Cemetery
4 miles from Church of the Holy Nativity Columbarium
4 miles from Bush Cemetery
4 miles from Saint Mark Columbarium
4 miles from Saint Jude Catholic Church Columbarium
4 miles from Old Plano City Cemetery
4 miles from Davis Cemetery
5 miles from Christ United Methodist Church Columbarium
5 miles from Christ Church Columbarium
5 miles from First Presbyterian Church of Dallas
5 miles from Stimson Cemetery

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