Seabear wrote:Surely it has an address of some type. I taught a class at a Ranch 2 years ago, and even though they were in the boonies there was an address.
It may have a road/street/route number it is located on, however, it may not have a numbered address indicating the location. I have a piece of property in Coryell County that does not have a numbered address. The Post Office has indicated that the E911 services issues the address. When contacted, this agency informed me that unless there is a structure on the property (or in the process of building) they cannot issue a 'street number'. I own the property adjacent and went through the same process to get number address for that property.
For the OP, if the P.O. delivers mail on that street, I would note the address of nearest mailbox and indicate "XXX
Block of XYZ