That's not a rock facade, the walls are craftily fitted rocks and stones quarried and gathered from the surrounding land. Interspersed in the stones are LARGE quality quartz crystals, petrified wood, fossil specimens, and gorgeous sandstone and Alibates flint slabs. I spent an hour just studying the outside walls. Here are a couple of the prettier crystals at the front door.
Cost? $80,000 dollars. Find the listing and pictures HERE
Or, if you want more land, more rural, with income possibilities, still under $100K:
"This commercial site is located 5 miles east of Petersburg, Texas at the intersection of Hwy 54 and FM 378. It is located on approximately 8 acres of land with many improvements including three large metal buildings, two of which were previously use for grain storage and one as a shop. One grain-storage building is 80’x200’ with 20’ side walls and clear-span construction and the other is 60’x200’ with 14’ side walls and a row of support posts in its center. The 30’x60’ shop building has 14’ side walls and is clear span. There is also a 60’x88’ brick building with offices in its front and an open shop/storage area in the rear part. Other improvements on the site include a 60’ truck scale (50 ton), a tall elevator leg, an overhead storage bin, two grain tanks and a building that once housed a cotton gin as well as one domestic well. Both 3-phase electricity and natural gas are available on the property. This site would be an ideal staging area for an oil company or a wind-energy company, a good place to locate a trucking company and suitable for many other uses. This a great commercial site priced at a small fraction of the cost of the improvements."
The listing is HERE.