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Poth, TX Real Estate for Sale 

A town located in Wilson County, Texas, Poth is situated southwest of San Antonio and is within San Antonio Metropolitan Area. It was originally called Marcelina in 1886 but was changed in 1906 to Poth in honor of the town’s first business owner A.H. Poth. It was a cotton gin store that opened in 1900 and its depot is still proudly standing till today

Search Poth MLS Listings January 16, 2021
2
Listed
150
Avg. DOM
$143.56
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$228,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
$320,000
Subdivision: Poth New Town
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,978
Sq.Ft.
160
Days on Site
1476087
MLS
Poth ISD!! New custom, modern Farm House right in the middle of town! Generous Landscaping Package with Driveway, Walkway, and Covered Porch. In the back yard with be an Entertainment Patio and the...
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,093
Sq.Ft.
1945
Year Built
141
Days on Site
1480174
MLS
Are you looking for a modern flair on a historic home? Be sure to check out 116 N Matlock. With its open floor plan and updated kitchen, this home has it all. The amazing kitchen looks over the...

More Information on Poth Texas

As of 2008, the estimated median value of house or condo unit is $107,410 ($54,100 in year 2000) compared to the rest of entire Texas State which is $126,000. The mean prices of all housing units are $108,912 and the breakdown: Mobile homes was $38,980, detached homes was $109,150 while Townhouse and other attached units was $336,770.

It is elevated 405 feet above sea level with a total land area of 3.19 square miles. As of 2000 census, there were 1,850 inhabitants living in Poth with a total of 490 families. Poth’s average population density is 743 people every square mile and with 663 housing units, it is equivalent to 207.7 average housing density. The median income for every household was $25,492, the median income per family was $42,279 and the per capita income is calculated to be $13,910.

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