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1422 Wichman St Houston, TX 77007 Directions

Currently not for sale

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1,633 Lot Sqft.

General Description

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1422 Wichman St (currently not for sale) is located in Forest Pk Lndg subdivision in Harris County. Scroll to see the property features, tax value, mortgage calculator, nearby schools and similar homes for sale.

The property information herein and below is from the county appraisal district and should be independently verified.

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Status:
Not Currently For Sale
Market Value:
$ 86,712/Appraisal District
Address:
1422 Wichman St
City:
State:
TX
Zip Code:
Subdivision:
Legal Description:
LT 6 BLK 1 FOREST PARK LANDING
Lot Size:
1,633 Sqft.  /Appraisal District


Rooms/Lot Dimensions

Primary Bedroom:
13 X 14, 3rd
Bedroom:
12 X 12, 3rd
Bedroom:
12 X 12, 1st
Room Description:
Living Area - 2nd Floor,Living/Dining Combo,Utility Room in House



Interior Features

Kitchen Desc:
Kitchen open to Family Room
Heating:
Central Gas
Cooling:
Central Electric
Floors:
Carpet,Tile,Wood
Energy Feature:
Attic Fan,Attic Vents,Ceiling Fans,Digital Program Thermostat,Insulation - Rigid Foam,Radiant Attic Barrier
Bedroom Desc:
1 Bedroom Down - Not Primary BR,Primary Bed - 3rd Floor,Walk-In Closet


Exterior Features

Exterior Type:
Stone,Stucco
Private Pool:
No
Lot Description:
Other,Subdivision Lot
Water Sewer:
Public Sewer,Public Water
Roof:
Composition
Foundation:
Slab
Garage Carport:
Auto Garage Door Opener


Lot Information

  Lot Size: 1,633 Lot Sqft. / Appraisal District
Disclaimer: Lot configuration and dimensions are estimates, not based on personal knowledge and come from a third party (Digital Map Products); therefore, you should not rely on the estimates and perform independent confirmation as to their accuracy


Additional Information

Dwelling Type:
Free Standing
HOA Mandatory:
No
Restrictions:
No Restrictions


Property Tax

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Cost/sqft based on Market Value
Tax Year Cost/sqft Market Value Change Tax Assessment Change
2019 $-- $86,712 0.00% $86,712 0.00%
2018 $-- $86,712 $86,712
2019 Harris County Appraisal District Tax Value
Market Land Value: $86,712
Market Improvement Value: $0
Total Market Value: $86,712

Tax History
2019 Assessed Value/Appraisal District: $86,712
2018 Assessed Value/Appraisal District: $86,712
Harris County Appraisal District
2019 Tax Rates
HOUSTON ISD: 1.1367 %
HARRIS COUNTY: 0.4071 %
HC FLOOD CONTROL DIST: 0.0279 %
PORT OF HOUSTON AUTHORITY: 0.0107 %
HC HOSPITAL DIST: 0.1659 %
HC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: 0.0050 %
HOUSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE: 0.1003 %
HOUSTON CITY OF: 0.5679 %
Total Tax Rate: 2.4215 %

Estimated Mortgage/Tax

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$506 Monthly
Estimated Monthly Principal & Interest (Based on the calculation below) $ 331
Estimated Monthly Property Tax (Based on Tax Assessment 2019) $ 175
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Schools

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School information is computer generated and may not be accurate or current. Buyer must independently verify and confirm enrollment. Please contact the school district to determine the schools to which this property is zoned.

ASSIGNED SCHOOLS
CROCKETT Elementary School Elementary . PK - 05 . HOUSTON ISD
Excellent
HEIGHTS High School High . 09 - 12 . HOUSTON ISD
Good

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1422 Wichman St is a property in Houston TX 77007. View photos, map, tax, nearby homes for sale, home values, school info...

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