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  • 334.37 acres

MLS #: 63562

Description / Remarks

1st time market opening 334 acres of secluded property. It’s a HUNTER’S PARADISE! Come hunt some of the biggest deer in Texas, right here in the Pineywoods! This property also boast flooded timbers from two creeks running through the property, great for duck hunting. A great undeveloped hunting ranch in a convenient location with endless improvement or development options.Quality hunting stands and automatic deer feeders are placed in key hunting areas. Easy to access right off County Road. Large pine and hardwood timber throughout. Utilities at the road.ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES! Survey conveys!


Type/Style: n/a
Zoning: Timber Use
Size of Tract: 100-500 acres
Utilities: Water Available, Sewer Available, Natural Gas Available
Improvements: Bridges, Deer Stands
Easements: Pipeline ROW
Minerals: Owner Conveys All
Surface Water: Year Round Creek, Spring Fed Creek
Surface Cover: Wooded-Pine, Wooded-Hardwood, Merchantable, Wooded-Mixed, Mature Plantation
Drive/Access: Gravel/Rock Drive, Dirt Drive, Farm Road, Oil Top
Fence: Barbed Wire
Acreage/Lot Size: 334.37

Location Information/School District

Subdivision: Henderson
Area: Other
Rural: n/a
Schools: Other-See Remarks
Topography: Sloping,Guilles/Ravines
Lake Area: n/a
Directions: n/a

Financial Details

List Price: $1,169,000
Price per Acre: n/a
Price per SqFt: n/a
HOA/Maintenance Fees: n/a
Taxes: $0
Appraisal Dist ID: n/a


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