62.76 Acres Trawick, Nacogdoches County TX

Posted on: February 14th, 2024

Located in northern Nacogdoches County in the community of Trawick, this deed-called 62.76 acres offers a unique timber investment in a rural location about fifteen minutes from town. It is somewhat unusual to find an unthinned plantation of this age and planting density on the market; most timberland offerings have already had a first thinning harvest, thus limiting the management options for the land buyer.

Delayed timing of the first thinning is important to allow pines to develop height and to naturally prune their limbs, thus aiding in growing good pine sawtimber trees. There are no magic ages at which a loblolly pine plantation must be thinned; if tree height growth is occurring the better the opportunity for good sawtimber in the future. This plantation offers the opportunity to work towards that goal, but it certainly could be first-thinned if that is the landowners desire and fits with their forest management goals. Landowners who understand long-term strategies for producing pine sawtimber should take a look at this property.

The unthinned approximately 14-year loblolly pine plantation was machine planted following harvesting and resulted in good overall survival. The number of trees per acre is a vital factor in growing good sawtimber trees, as the crowding of the trees is what results in better quality timber. This plantation has excellent stocking levels, as seen in the accompanying ground and aerial photographs.

The LaCerda clay loam occupies 90% of the site, with Kirvin fine sandy loam being 10% of the area in the northeastern corner. The USDA soil survey indicates a site index of 80 for these soils which is a measurement commonly used by foresters to describe the productivity of a site. Typically, this measurement is used to describe sites growing well-stocked even-aged forests. Site index is the average height of the dominant and codominant trees on the site, at a given base age, in this case 50 years.

The approximately 53 gross acres of plantation has a pipeline right-of-way through it and is the primary access through the plantation at this time. There is an active gas well on the land, with it and the entry road comprising about 2.3 acres along the northwest boundary. There is a boundary strip of primarily hardwood trees along the eastern and southern borders that makes up the rest of the acreage. The county road frontage is 175 feet wide, with a small pipeline running just off the east side of the county road. There is a small intermittent stream crossing the northeastern corner.

The northern boundary area has three-plus acres of native hardwood forest dominated by post oak and red oak, and offers a readily-accessible spot for a house or cabin. This land would appear suitable for a weekend place, or for a home with built-in recreation in the backyard. Electric power and community water are evident to be on adjacent properties, and Windstream fiber telephone is running along the west side of the county road; a check on the Windstream website indicates 100 mbps internet is available.

This property is located a short drive from supplies, shopping and health care in Nacogdoches. The land is about 12 miles from the north loop in Nacogdoches, being of a mile south of State Highway 204 in Trawick on oil-topped County Road 836. CR 836 is located across Highway 204 from the Trawick Presbyterian Church, 4.25 miles west of Highway 259.
Trawick is located on Highway 204 which runs through Cushing only four miles to the west, with Jacksonville another 40 minutes and Tyler being about an hour.
This property is currently under Ag/Timber Valuation on the taxes. Land shown on the Nacogdoches Appraisal District 2023 Tax records were $240.88 with timber/ag exemptions. Land may be subject to agricultural or other valuations that may be subject to roll back taxes if the use of the land is changed or a new application for such valuation is not tendered to the appropriate appraisal district by the purchaser. Land use valuation status is tied to the landowner, not to the land. Seller nor TerraStone Land Company can guarantee qualification for any special use valuations. A purchaser will be responsible to verify tax status, rollback provisions, and/or apply for Ag/Timber Valuation at the County Appraisal District. See Nacogdoches Appraisal District and Comptroller of Texas on the internet for more information.
No oil & gas minerals are available through this offering.
No seller financing is available.
Electric Power (Oncor) is immediately present to the west and to the north of the Property to houses along CR 836. Oncor is on the internet.
There is a Windstream fiber telephone line along the west side of the county road.
No improvements are known to be on the property.
Most Residents in the area are evidently on septic systems. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality oversees the regulation of on-site sewage facility (OSSF) and licenses installers. See tceq.texas.gov on internet.
Community water is indicated by water meter boxes on CR 836, and is shown on internet to be Caro Water Supply Corporation, 3947 TX-204, Nacogdoches, TX 75964 Phone (936) 564-3078. Availability has not been confirmed.
The land is in the Cushing ISD School District. Nacogdoches CAD # 5677
There is no indicated FEMA floodplain shown to be on this property.
See downloadable maps and documents.

To arrange site visits, please contact listing agent Mark Brian at 936-590-0986, or the TerraStone office at 936-590-4909. Buyers agents are required to contact listing agent to arrange site visits and are required to accompany potential buyers at the time of the first visit. Failure to disclose as a buyers agent or lack of presence upon first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at discretion of listing agent. A 2% co-broker fee is offered on this property. The listing agent is willing to accompany Buyers Agents as a guide if requested and given sufficient notice.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, tree ages, timber volumes, timber value, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, or site suitability for agricultural or forestry use. All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Aerial and ground photography may include neighboring properties that are not included in this offering, and such photography is intended for general use only. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction, and are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications.

37.9 ACRES NORTH PARCEL SHELBY COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: January 30th, 2024

This land is what a lot of people have been looking for over the past few years. It is forested land with county road access and electric power on site; a half hour or less from medical care and shopping; quiet rural area with few scattered neighbors; gentle but interesting terrain with flat areas, ridges and a live creek on one boundary; plenty of level ground to build on; all with a pretty native forest that is producing hardwood and pine timber primarily on uplands.

This land would be excellent for a weekend place, or for a home with built-in recreation in the backyard. The wildlife habitat is in good condition given the native mixed-species forest and Brady Creek. Known locally as the Sand Hills area, the well-drained sandy soils support species such as American holly, beech, post oak, red and Florida maple and basswood. The creeks are sandy-bottomed and Brady Creek is a good-sized perennial stream along the proposed southern boundary. The understory is fairly open and it is easy to traverse this land on foot.

The forest has been carefully managed since 1957, with thinning harvests being done with an eye to long term management, most being selectively marked by a professional forester. The forest is a mix of scattered large, high-quality pine sawtimber, moderate numbers of smaller-sized pine and hardwood trees and a large component of young pine and hardwood.

The combination of native species such as white oak, cherrybark red oak, water oak, black oak, loblolly pine and sweetgum provide multiple forest management opportunities, current cash flow potential and future timber growth prospects. The well-drained sandy loam creek bottom soils along Brady Creek comprise 28% of this parcel, and are highly productive sites for growing timber. The rest of the property is upland sandy loams that are also good soils for forest growth.

The quality and quantity of young white oak and red oak trees on this property really caught this foresters eye given what hardwood sawtimber markets have done on the past few decades, favoring the better-quality hardwoods could be a reasonable long-term management strategy for this land.

The Property being offered is the portion of a 76.978-acre tract located north of Brady Creek, which will make up most of its southern boundary. The acreage of this to-be-surveyed Northern Parcel has been estimated at about 37.9 acres, but will require a new survey to determine the exact acreage. Prospective buyers should be aware that the final acreage could vary beyond 10% of the estimate. The approximately 39 acres laying south of Brady Creek is also being offered for sale separately. If both parcels are still available, the sellers would consider a consolidated offer.

Please note the mapping provided in the downloadable documents section, as well as the original deed to the parent 76.978-acre tract. The eastern boundary is County Road 1036; the western boundary is an old up-and-down fence and partially blazed line through the woods; the northern boundary appears to follow an old fence along the powerline but not touching County Road 1011, as far as can be determined. About 1,400 feet of County Road 1036 is the eastern boundary, running from the intersection of CR 1036 and CR 1011 south to Brady Creek at the concrete-and-steel bridge.

The barnyard area of the old original farmstead dating from the 1830s is evidenced by the old barn located in the northern section. The old log house associated with this farmstead is across the county road on a separate property. The barn is not habitable and prospective buyers are cautioned not to enter the barn. It has not been assessed with any value, but it is an interesting historical artifact. There were not any water wells observed on this property, but due caution would be advised around barn area and between it and the county road.

This property is located a short drive from supplies, shopping and health care in Center. The land is about four miles off of Highway 96 six miles south of Center, with all but the last quarter-mile of the county roads being oil-topped.
This property is currently under Ag/Timber Valuation on the taxes. Land taxes for the entire 76.978-acre parent tract using the Shelby Appraisal District 2023 Tax records are shown as $249.51 with timber/ag exemptions. Land may be subject to agricultural or other valuations that may be subject to roll back taxes if the use of the land is changed or a new application for such valuation is not tendered to the appropriate appraisal district by the purchaser. Land use valuation status is tied to the landowner, not to the land. Seller nor TerraStone Land Company can guarantee qualification for any special use valuations. A purchaser will be responsible to verify tax status, rollback provisions, and/or apply for Ag/Timber Valuation at the County Appraisal District.
No oil & gas minerals are available through this offering.
No seller financing is available.
Electric Power (Deep East Texas Electric Coop) is along the north boundary of the Property just south of CR 1011. 880 Texas Hwy 21 East, San Augustine, Texas 75972 phone 936-229-4000
Telephone line along county road, believed to be AT&T, but that is not confirmed.
No improvements are known to be on the property.
Most Residents in the area are evidently on septic systems. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality oversees the regulation of on-site sewage facility (OSSF) and licenses installers.
Community water is indicated by a water meter box about half of a mile to the north on CR 1011, and is shown to be Choice Water Supply Corporation, PO Box 1409, Center, TX 75935 – 936-590-9177. The water line may be closer, within a quarter-mile of the property but this is not verified.
The land is in the Center ISD School District.
It is assumed there may be FEMA floodplain along the major creeks; Shelby County is not mapped. The soil along the creeks is classed as being occasionally flooded.
See downloadable maps and documents.

To arrange site visits, please contact listing agent Mark Brian at 936-590-0986, or the TerraStone office at 936-590-4909. Buyers agents are required to contact listing agent to arrange site visits and are required to accompany potential buyers at the time of the first visit. Failure to disclose as a buyers agent or lack of presence upon first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at discretion of listing agent. A 2% co-broker fee is offered on this property. The listing agent is willing to accompany Buyers Agents as a guide if requested and given sufficient notice.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, tree ages, timber volumes, timber value, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, or site suitability for agricultural or forestry use. All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Aerial and ground photography may include neighboring properties that are not included in this offering, and such photography is intended for general use only. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction, and are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications.

39 ACRES SOUTH PARCEL SHELBY COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: January 30th, 2024

This is an attractive property with a nice bottomland on a perennial creek and uplands in its southern area. This land would be excellent for a weekend place, a hunting camp or just for growing timber. It has excellent county road access; is a half hour or less from medical care and shopping; located in a quiet rural area with few scattered neighbors; and has highly productive well-drained bottomland soils supporting a native pine and hardwood forest.

Known locally as the Sand Hills area, the well-drained sandy soils support species such as American holly, beech, post oak, red and Florida maple and basswood. The creeks are sandy-bottomed, with a fair-sized wet weather creek running south to north from the south boundary to Brady Creek, which is a good-sized perennial stream along the proposed northern boundary. The understory is fairly open and it is easy to traverse this land on foot. The wildlife habitat is in good condition given the native mixed-species forest and Brady Creek.

The forest has been carefully managed since 1957, with thinning harvests being done with an eye to long term management, most being selectively marked by a professional forester. The forest is dominated by scattered patches of large, high-quality pine sawtimber, moderate numbers of smaller-sized pine and hardwood trees and a decent component of young pine and hardwood. There are several dense patches of larger pine sawlogs that have heavy volumes per acre.

The combination of native species such as white oak, cherrybark red oak, water oak, black oak, loblolly pine and sweetgum provide multiple forest management opportunities, current cash flow potential and future timber growth prospects. The well-drained sandy loam creek bottom soils along Brady Creek comprise 55% of this parcel, and are highly productive sites for growing timber. The rest of the property is upland sandy loams that are also good soils for forest growth.

The quality and quantity of young white oak and red oak trees on this property really caught this foresters eye given what hardwood sawtimber markets have done on the past few decades, favoring the better-quality hardwoods could be a reasonable long-term management strategy for this land.

This Property being offered is the portion of a 76.978-acre tract located south of Brady Creek, which will make up its northern and western boundary. The acreage of this to-be-surveyed Southern Parcel has been estimated at about 39 acres, but will require a new survey to determine the exact acreage. Prospective buyers should be aware that the final acreage could vary beyond 10% of the estimate. The approximately 37.9 acres laying north of Brady Creek is also being offered for sale separately. If both parcels are still available, the sellers would consider a consolidated offer.

Please note the mapping provided in the downloadable documents section, as well as the original deed to the parent 76.978-acre tract. The eastern boundary is County Road 1036; the western and northern boundary is Brady Creek; the southern boundary is unmarked through the woods. About 1,600 feet of County Road 1036 is the eastern boundary, running from Brady Creek at the concrete-and-steel bridge south to the southeastern corner in the vicinity of a T-post in the western road ditch.

This property is located a short drive from supplies, shopping and health care in Center. The land is about four miles off of Highway 96 six miles south of Center, with all but the last half-mile of the county roads being oil-topped.
This property is currently under Ag/Timber Valuation on the taxes. Land taxes on the entire 76.978 acres using the Shelby Appraisal District 2023 Tax records are shown as $249.51 with timber/ag exemptions. Land may be subject to agricultural or other valuations that may be subject to roll back taxes if the use of the land is changed or a new application for such valuation is not tendered to the appropriate appraisal district by the purchaser. Land use valuation status is tied to the landowner, not to the land. Seller nor TerraStone Land Company can guarantee qualification for any special use valuations. A purchaser will be responsible to verify tax status, rollback provisions, and/or apply for Ag/Timber Valuation at the County Appraisal District.
No oil & gas minerals are available through this offering.
No seller financing is available.
Electric Power (Deep East Texas Electric Coop) is located about 1,500 feet north of this parcel along the north boundary of the North Parcel boundary just south of CR 1011. 880 Texas Hwy 21 East, San Augustine, Texas 75972 phone 936-229-4000
Telephone line along county road, believed to be AT&T, but that is not confirmed.
No improvements are known to be on the property.
Most Residents in the area are evidently on septic systems. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality oversees the regulation of on-site sewage facility (OSSF) and licenses installers.
Community water is indicated by a water meter box about three-quarters of a mile to the north on CR 1011, and is shown to be Choice Water Supply Corporation, PO Box 1409, Center, TX 75935 – 936-590-9177. The water line may be closer, within a half-mile of the property but this is not verified.
The land is in the Center ISD School District.
It is assumed there may be FEMA floodplain along the major creeks; Shelby County is not mapped. The soil along the creeks is classed as being occasionally flooded.
See downloadable maps and documents.

To arrange site visits, please contact listing agent Mark Brian at 936-590-0986, or the TerraStone office at 936-590-4909. Buyers agents are required to contact listing agent to arrange site visits and are required to accompany potential buyers at the time of the first visit. Failure to disclose as a buyers agent or lack of presence upon first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at discretion of listing agent. A 2% co-broker fee is offered on this property. The listing agent is willing to accompany Buyers Agents as a guide if requested and given sufficient notice.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, tree ages, timber volumes, timber value, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, or site suitability for agricultural or forestry use. All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Aerial and ground photography may include neighboring properties that are not included in this offering, and such photography is intended for general use only. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction, and are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications.

25.595 ACRES, ANGELINA COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: November 23rd, 2023

This land has a wonderful mix of native hardwood and pine with a very natural look. Whether developed into a wooded subdivision or utilized as an ideal single-residence hideaway with forested buffer space, this tract stands out in that it is neither cutover brush or pine plantation.

The nice native forest is primarily tall loblolly pine, scenic post oaks, large-crowned red and water oaks, with a mix of blackgum, sweetgum and elm. This property does have a merchantable timber component present, primarily being a combination of large pine and hardwood sawtimber with smaller-diameter, younger trees intermixed. The Fuller fine sandy loam soils are well-suited for growing timber. The terrain is basically level, with slightly higher mounded areas throughout the property.

The understory is primarily yaupon with young hardwoods. Once you get a few dozen yards off of the county road, the understory opens up very nicely, and the property is easily traversed and viewed on foot. The northeast quadrant has had some underbrush clearing in the past few years, with good-sized open spaces and trails. The south boundary has a firelane that can be opened with primarily a bushhog. The apparent boundary lines are a combination of old and new fencing, t-posts, and painted blazed trees.

This property offers unrestricted acreage in the country to build on with power, water, internet and cable yet is only fifteen minutes southwest of Lufkin on all-weather roads. It is in the Hudson Independent School District, in the unincorporated Peavey Switch area. The north boundary is County Road 57 (Zed Creek Road) with about 600 feet of frontage.

All provided mapping is based on Angelina County Appraisal District and GIS aerial photo interpretation using deed call information, with ground checks of assumed corner and line markers. TerraStone signs are located roughly at the apparent northwest and northeast corners, with one sign approximately in the middle of the tract, all being on the north line along the county road. No guarantees are made or implied concerning the location of the corners, boundaries, or of the total acreage.

Further details of this offering include:

Seller is not requiring any restrictions in this sale.
There are no minerals available.
Taxes last year were $4,003. The property is not currently under Ag/Timber Valuation. A New Owner will be responsible to verify tax status, rollback provisions, and/or apply for Ag/Timber Valuation at the County Appraisal District, as the valuations are tied to the landowner, not the land. See Angelina Central Appraisal district online.
Telephone landline is indicated along the county road, shown as Consolidated Communications / Fidium. A check of their website indicates that house addresses on Zed Road have high-speed fiber internet available. Buyers should consult fidiumfiber website to confirm for themselves.
Cable TV appears to be available through Optimum.
Electric Power – powerline along the entire northern border parallel to the county road, running east and west. Service drops and connections will be the responsibility of the Buyer. The Transmission Distribution Utility in this area is Oncor. Choice of Retail Energy Provider will be responsibility of the Buyer.
The land is located within the Hudson Water Supply Corporation, 3032 Ted Trout Dr., Lufkin, TX 75904 (936) 875-2146. Buyers will be responsible for arranging and paying for individual water meters and hookup.
Septic system will need to be installed and is responsibility of the buyer. The Angelina & Neches River Authority oversees the regulation of on-site sewage facility (OSSF) and licenses installers. 2901 N John Redditt Drive, Lufkin, Texas 75904 (936)-632-7795
Water wells in Angelina County may be subject to regulations of the Pineywoods Groundwater Conservation District.
Property is in the Hudson ISD School District.
FEMA maps show no apparent floodplain.
State Railroad Commission data shows no pipelines, oil or gas wells on the property.
See downloadable maps and documents.

To arrange site visits, please contact listing agent Mark Brian at 936-590-0986, or through the TerraStone office at 936-590-4909. Buyers agents are required to contact listing agent to arrange site visits and are required to accompany potential buyers at the time of the first visit. Failure to disclose as a buyers agent or lack of presence upon first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at discretion of listing agent.
Brokers, agents or individuals interested in submitting offers should first contact Listing Agent for details on legal names and other administrative items concerning the Seller information needed for a contract.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, tree ages, timber volumes, timber value, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, or site suitability for agricultural or forestry use.

Land taxes may be subject to agricultural or other valuations that may be subject to roll back taxes if the use of the land is changed or a new application for such valuation is not tendered to the appropriate appraisal district by the purchaser. Land use valuation status is tied to the landowner, not to the land. Seller nor TerraStone Land Company can guarantee qualification for any special use valuations.

All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Aerial and ground photography may include neighboring properties that are not included in this offering, and such photography is intended for general use only. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction, and are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications.

22.61 acres in Rusk County, Texas

Posted on: October 26th, 2023

A secluded spot for a retirement home or a weekend getaway that is only 10 miles southeast of Henderson on an all-weather county road, this approximately 22.61 acres has excellent access, nice gentle terrain, a diverse native forest, and a beautiful spring-fed branch along the back boundary. The native forest has a mix of pine and hardwoods, and was last harvested in the early 1990s according to the owner. The property is suitable for hunting, with plenty of sign of whitetail deer, feral hogs and squirrels.

The native forests on this property have a wide assortment of species including loblolly and shortleaf pine, white oak, black cherry, ash, shortleaf pine, water oak, black oak, sweetgum, southern red oak, American elm, Florida maple, American holly, cherrybark red oak, mulberry and hornbeam.

The very fine sandy loam soils are excellent for growing both pine and hardwood. The future owner will have several land management options on this property; a thinning harvest; a total harvest and replant; or allowing the forest to continue to grow for future harvesting. The terrain and soils also appear that they would be suitable for establishing pasture.

This land lays along and on the west side of the county road, offering excellent access. The approximate 22.61 acres includes an estimated half an acre or so in the county road right-of-way. Tax roll data and deeds show 26.4 acres, but the land offered in this sale does not include the 3.79 acres east of the county road.

All provided mapping is based on Rusk County Appraisal District and GIS aerial photo interpretation using deed call information, with ground checks of assumed corner and line markers.

This approximately 22.61 acres is offered at $6,000 per acre or $135,660.

The Seller is retaining all owned minerals. No seller financing is available. Any hunting equipment such as feeders, trail cameras and blinds are not included in the sale.

To arrange site visits, please contact listing agent Mark Brian at 936-590-0986, the TerraStone office at 936-590-4909. A registration form will be emailed to you for your review and signing prior to the site visit, and only takes a few minutes on a smart phone or computer. There is a gate into the property on the west side of CR 364S, and access for inspection is available at this location. The lock combination will be provided with the registration. Internal property access to the west side is currently one trail/road into the old well pad and along the pipeline running to the western boundary.

Buyers agents are required to contact listing agent to arrange site visits and are required to accompany potential buyers at the time of the first visit. Failure to disclose as a buyers agent or lack of presence upon first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at discretion of listing agent.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, tree ages, timber volumes, timber value, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, or site suitability for agricultural or forestry use.

Land taxes may be subject to agricultural or other valuations that may be subject to roll back taxes if the use of the land is changed or a new application for such valuation is not tendered to the appropriate appraisal district by the purchaser. Land use valuation status is tied to the landowner, not to the land. See comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax/ag-timber/index.php

All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Aerial and ground photography may include neighboring properties that are not included in this offering, and such photography is intended for general use only. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction, and are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications.

507 ACRES, YELL COUNTY, ARKANSAS

Posted on: October 26th, 2023

The Property is composed of 507.06, more or less, acres located in western Yell County, Arkansas, approximately 10 miles southwest of Danville, on State Highway 80. This land straddles Dutch Creek and its associated floodplains, in both the Arkansas Valley and Ouachita Mountains Ecoregions, and is located in the northernmost subdivision of the Ouachita Mountains known as the Fourche Mountains.

The Property contains a mixture of bottomland hardwood forests, riparian zones, upland pine hardwood forests, and open hay pastures. The tract contains perennial, ephemeral, and intermittent streams which converge with Dutch Creek. The primary vegetative cover type within the pastures is a mix of native and improved grasses maintained for cattle grazing and hay production.

The bottomland soils are gravelly fine sandy loams, silt loams, loams, and fine sandy loams. These are well-drained and moderately well-drained, level to gently sloping, deep, loamy soils; on terraces and flood plains associated with the primary floodplain of Dutch Creek.

The upland soils are similar, having well-drained sandy loams and gravelly fine sandy loams, with some areas of rocky and stony soils in the northern forested sections of the Property.

Woody species characteristic of the Ouachita Mountains and the Arkansas Valley ecological regions of Arkansas are found along the riparian zones and forested areas on the tract. These include, but are not limited to: Shumard oak, boxelder, water hickory, sugarberry, green ash, shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata), pin oak, honeylocust), sweetgum, sycamore, eastern cottonwood, overcup oak, willow oak, black willow, red maple, and American elm.

Adjoining the Ouachita National Forest, the aesthetic views of Dutch Creek Mountain and Petit Jean Mountain are noteworthy. The landscape is valley farmlands, forested ridges, isolated mountains and nearby lakes such as Blue Mountain Lake and Lake Nimrod.

258.1 acres of the bottomland are conserved as a wetland mitigation project, and contain 27.8 acres of wildlife management area. The attached map details the location of these wildlife areas. Standard recreational hunting practices such as mowing, disked/plowed food plots, feeders, vehicular traffic, and hunting blinds are acceptable land uses within the wildlife management areas under the conservation easement. No alteration of the hydrology of the area in the mitigation section is allowed. Within the conserved areas, no tree, shrub or grass cutting or alteration is allowed outside of the wildlife management areas.

Outside of the conserved areas, there are no restrictions in terms of land usage.

The property also features a cozy 3 bedroom 3.5 bath home with a stone exterior and metal roofing. This makes for a nice residence of ranch home and is nestled upon a hilltop with a scenic mountain view.

88.54 ACRES, BEAUREGARD PARISH, LOUISIANA

Posted on: October 26th, 2023

Pristine 88.54 acre ranch in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana

LAND

88.54 well manicured and diverse acres offering an excellent private ranch or retreat. This fertile land is fenced and cross fenced with a mix of pipe fences and barb wire fencing providing multiple pastures with water access to most. One being managed for hay pasture and is approximately twenty acres, providing an excellent hay source regularly fertilized. One pasture is approximately ten acres in size.

Over 70 +/- mature pecan trees are scattered across the northern pastures.

The pastures are well drained and consist of predominately Malbis fine sandy loam soils.

The property features five ponds varying in size that provide excellent water source to livestock and for recreational enjoyment. The largest pond offers a sizable walk-out fishing dock for the family to enjoy.

Approximately 10 acres of the property consist of merchantable pine timber.

IMPROVEMENTS:

BARN

The property features a unique three level loft barn. Fist level offers pens with hay drops, three horse stalls and a tack and storage room, second level offers hay storage, and the third level features a hay conveyor. The loft can store up to nine thousand square bales (per owner).

Pole fencing divides 7 working pens incorporated around the barn, including a squeeze chute. A scale is present, as well.

The metal roofing to the barn was replaced in 2004, and the barn offers water and electricity.

HOUSING:

A long asphalted drive leads you to a perfect setting for a classic ranch style brick veneer main home constructed in 1954. The home provides 2,900 +/- square feet of living space with four bedrooms and three and one half baths. The home offers excellent living space with a large living and dining room with picture window, and a large eat-in kitchen provides an extended counter for additional seating for family or guest.

The home provides excellent outdoor space with a long covered from porch for rocking while overlooking the scenic ranch views, as well as a covered back porch for entertaining while enjoying the 18×36 inground pool featuring a diving board and slide.

There is a one and a half car garage that also features an outside restroom and two level storage cabinets, while an adjacent additional storage shed is present for, as well.

The pool received a new liner (2020), pump and filter (2019). The home had a roof shingle replacement (2021), and the main a/c was replaced (2013) and serviced recently and in good shape.

The ranch offers significant road frontage with three road accesses (Franklin Road, Calvin Harper, Wren Road), with approximately 1,200′ of frontage along Franklin Road, and approximately 1,950′ of frontage on Calvin Harper Road.

A fourth access via a lot and income producing property can be available for purchase. (Call for details).

Property tours are available by appointment only.

Buyers agents are required to contact listing agent to arrange site visits and are required to accompany potential buyers at the time of the first visit. Failure to disclose as a buyers agent or lack of presence upon first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at discretion of listing agent.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, tree ages, timber volumes, timber value, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, or site suitability for agricultural or forestry use. All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Aerial and ground photography may include neighboring properties that are not included in this offering, and such photography is intended for general use only. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction and are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications.

3.48 ACRES, SMITH COUNTY, TX

Posted on: October 14th, 2023

An excellent house site in a forested setting, located in eastern Smith County, Texas.

This approximately 3-acre site is south of Interstate 20, approximately 15 miles east of Tyler, Texas, and is situated 10 miles west Kilgore, Texas on asphalt-topped County Road 3111 (Joy Wright Mountain Road). This land is located approximately 2 miles south of I-20, off Exit 579 at I-20, and fronts the south side of CR 3111, a quarter-mile west of the Joy Wright Mountain Road and Goforth Road intersection.

This tract has a nice mature pine – hardwood forest overstory; relatively level terrain; electric power, community water, and telephone service along county road.

The property is being offered at $18,500 per acre and will be subject to surveyed acreage. The property will be sold under a deed restriction prohibiting mobile homes, trailer homes, or pre-manufactured housing. This does not apply to a modular home placed on a permanent foundation.

Annual property taxes are unknown, as this parcel is being cut out of a larger parcel.
Electric Power, Telephone, Community Water on the north boundary along CR 3111.
Approximately 800-plus feet of frontage on CR 3111.
Chapel Hill ISD School District.
No indicated FEMA floodplain.
Relatively level, fine sandy loam soils throughout.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, or site suitability for agricultural or forestry use. All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications. A recent survey is attached.

30 Acres, Nacogdoches County, Texas

Posted on: October 14th, 2023

This is an extremely attractive property with all-weather county roads on all four sides, nice hay pastures, a pond in the woods, and fingers of hardwood and pine creating an ideal setting for a residence or weekend retreat. Located only a few miles out of Garrison, with quick access to Highway 59 and Nacogdoches within 20 minutes, this nice property is hard to beat in todays market. This property just has a nice feel to it, with enough trees to provide some privacy for a residence if so desired. The pond in the woods on the north side is a pleasant, secluded spot with large trees around its perimeter. The potential for subdividing this land is readily apparent given the county roads on the border.

The Scottsville-Latex soils on this property are fine sandy loams that offer versatility in growing trees or providing pastures for hay or grazing. The approximately 25 net acres of pasture on this property appear to have been producing hay for the past 30-plus years, judging from aerial photographs.

A separate 46-acre parcel that is primarily pine plantation on the south side of CR 295 is also offered individually or in combination with this 30-acre tract, offering additional recreational opportunities along with potential future timber income. The intent is to divide the parent deed-called 76.25-acre tract on the centerline of CR 295.

The mapping is offered as a general guide as to the location of the property, but no guarantee is made as to the exact location of these boundaries. All provided mapping is based on CAD, GIS aerial photo interpretation using deed call information, and ground checks of a few assumed corner and line markers.

This parcel of approximately 30 acres is offered at $195,000. The Sellers are retaining all oil & gas minerals. No seller financing is available.

This property is currently under Ag/Timber Valuation on the taxes. 2021 Tax records show an estimated $128 in taxes, apportioned by the acre for this
portion of the parent property.
Electric Power (believed to be Deep East Texas Electric Coop) is present on all four sides of the parent property.
Natural gas, community water and telephone utilities are present along several sides of the property.
No improvements, buildings, or deer blinds are included in the offering.
Garrison ISD School District.
No FEMA floodplain apparent on mapping.
There are two pipelines running through the pasture north-to-south on the western portion, and one running with a powerline northwest-to-southeast in the eastern pasture.

To arrange site visits, please contact listing agent Mark Brian at 936-590-0986, or the TerraStone office at 936-590-4909. Buyers agents are required to contact listing agent to arrange site visits and are required to accompany potential buyers at the time of the first visit. Failure to disclose as a buyers agent or lack of presence upon first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at discretion of listing agent.

TerraStone Land Company strives to gather good information concerning listed properties from reliable sources, but cannot guarantee the accuracy of said data, including but not limited to boundary line locations, acreages, fence lines, tree ages, timber volumes or values, legal title, environmental hazards, condition of improvements, legal access, utility services, site suitability for agricultural or forestry use or ad valorem tax status. All maps are provided for illustrative purposes only and are not survey plats. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Aerial and ground photography may include neighboring properties that are not included in this offering, and such photography is intended for general use only. TLC recommends that potential buyers examine the offered property to their own satisfaction, and are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves. TLC is not responsible for errors, omissions, offering withdrawal or price modifications.

16.0 ACRES, NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: October 13th, 2023

16ac (Lot 4 – Whitetail Hills S/D) located in Woden, TX – Nacogdoches County, Maps & Survey can be downloaded from listing page.

This property is part of the Whitetail Hills S/D and it is located a couple minutes from Woden and about 15min from Nacogdoches, TX. There is plenty of acreage for someone looking to build a house, pond, shop and enjoy the outdoor country life. The property has rolling terrain that is planted in pine trees and there is over 450ft of frontage to decide where you would like to access your homestead. Power pole located on frontage road and new owner would access water by drilling water well.

The property is zoned for a subdivision, the deed restrictions can be downloaded on listing page.