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  • 365 acres

MLS #: 68492

Description / Remarks

High Fence Domain, with 70% of this property bordered by the Angelina National Forest. This 367+/- high fenced retreat offers natural beauty at its finest boasting 3 ponds, more than 12 food plots, and multiple deer stands with corn and protein feeders. Built with wildlife and humans in mind, all roadways were designed for automobiles and buggies to ensure the enjoyment of nature a 20 year old pine plantation exists to promote it all, along with scattered hardwoods. Whitetail, duck, dove, and fish create an excellent management opportunity. Enjoy every minute of this outdoor galore! Adding additional high fence acreage with multiple cabins available.


Type/Style: n/a
Zoning: Timber Use
Size of Tract: 100-500 acres
Utilities: Water Available
Improvements: Deer Stands, Lake./Ponds, Pasture, Road Systems
Easements: Pipeline ROW, No Special Conditions
Minerals: Owner Reserves All
Surface Water: Year Round Creek, Pond
Surface Cover: Wooded-Pine, Wooded-Mixed, Mature Plantation
Drive/Access: Asphalt Drive, Gravel/Rock Drive
Fence: Mesh Wire, Game/High Fence
Acreage/Lot Size: 365

Location Information/School District

Subdivision: Rural
Area: Huntington
Rural: n/a
Schools: Huntington
Topography: Rolling
Lake Area: n/a
Directions: n/a

Financial Details

List Price: $2,100,000
Price per Acre: n/a
Price per SqFt: n/a
HOA/Maintenance Fees: n/a
Taxes: $0
Appraisal Dist ID: 30970, 34637


Property Type: Land
Restrictions: None
Legal Description: n/a
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