+-107.06 Acres – Harrison County, Texas

Posted on: May 11th, 2018 by Bradley Wilson

This tract is located a few minutes southeast of Marshall, just south of I-20 on a blacktop county road. Only a half hour from either Shreveport or Longview, this land offers good timber production with recreational opportunities. The very well-stocked pine plantations are ready for a second and third thinning, as there are two age classes on this land – about 18 acres of approximately 30-year old trees, and about 59 acres of approximately 20-year old pine. About ten or so acres of native forest is located in the north end and along a small drain in the southeastern portion.

The good access off of FM 2199 and I-20, and good internal access, when combined with the productive soils makes this an attractive timberland investment.

No minerals are available.

Please call Mark Brian at 936-590-0986 in advance to get the combination to the gate lock.

All references herein to acreages, tree ages, improvements or utilities are approximations or estimates, and are offered only as a general guide, and are not guaranteed in any way, being based existing public documents, and interpretations of aerial photography. Unless specifically stated, no formal land surveying by a licensed surveyor has been used in determining acreages. Potential buyers are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves.

5.62 ACRES, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: January 30th, 2018 by Bradley Wilson

5.62 acres +/- in Cherokee County, TX Located on State Highway 21 East only 6 miles from Douglas, TX and 20 Miles to Nacogdoches, TX. Property has over 460ft of frontage and plenty of spots to pick out an entrance to your new home site. Property is heavily wooded with a mixture Hardwood and Pine and has a branch from Allen Creek that traverses it. Minutes from town and plenty of room to build that country home to take in some beautiful East Texas Sunsets.

Please contact to set up showing.

10 ACRES, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: January 30th, 2018 by Bradley Wilson

10.0ac +/- in Cherokee County in between Rusk and Alto, TX. This is a mature Pine and Hardwood timber tract with rolling terrain and includes Turkey Creek that traverses the property making for a unique setting off of Hwy 69. With 375ft of Hwy frontage the property has a gate entrance with riding trails that meander through the East Texas Timber down to the live running creek. Plenty of room to ride ATVs or Build a Hunters Cabin for a weekend get away. This tract is suited as recreational property while offering quick access to Lufkin or Tyler, TX.

Contact to set up a showing

41.38 ACRES, NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: July 7th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

Lecavic, LTD is pleased to offer for sale this 41.38 +/- acre timbered property located in N.E. Nacogodoches County. One can easily turn this property into the ideal country estate affording the owner a private setting. The property offers the conveniences of being located in close proximity to city amenities with room to play, or take advantage of current or future residential development opportunity, limited to 2.5 acre lots or larger. The property is subject to minimal restriction to assist in preserving conformity to residential growth and development in the area.

The property has easy access provided by two asphalt county roadways (CR 256 & CR 260) allowing two points of ingress and egress and only minutes from Appleby Sand Road and U.S. Hwy 59 for quick travel.

Please call for additional details.

254.44 acres in Refugio County, Texas

Posted on: January 9th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

254.439 +/- acres fronting Copano Bay. This tract is divided in to two parcels being separated by FM 136. The parcels consists of 192.029 acres situated on the west side of FM 136 and the remaining 62.41 acres being situated on the east side of FM 136. This provides each tract with approx. 2,100' of Texas State FM road frontage.

Copano Bay is located in Texas, just west of Rockport off Refugio and Aransas counties. The bay is surrounded by flat, marshy terrain surfaced by sand and dark clays that support mesquite and grasses. The area is home to numerous migratory and recreational birds including whooping cranes, royal and gull-billed terns, black-necked stilts, roseate spoonbills, reddish egrets, white-faced ibis, seaside sparrows, brown pelicans, mottled ducks, black-bellied whistling-ducks and herons. Famous attractions here include the Copano Bay State Fishing Pier, which is a nearly 500 acre concession-operated state park. Others include Goose Island and Matagorda Bay.

Fishing:

The northeast end of Copano Bay around the Turtle Pen Lake area has an extensive flat that draws good numbers of trout. The best months to fly fish this area are early summer. The fishing picks up again in the fall. The northeast shoreline of Copano Bay has hard sand bottoms and is a prime wade-fishing area.

The shoreline from Redfish Point south toward the community of Copano Village offers excellent wade fishing for redfish and trout over hard sand bottoms with scattered shell and grass beds in troughs. Waders also should inspect the series of small estuaries that open to the bay through small cuts. Just off this shoreline are shoals that also hold fish.

The Copano Bay shoreline around Rattlesnake Point also offers excellent wade fishing for trout and redfish over hard sand bottoms. A series of small lakes and tidal marshes to the south of Rattlesnake Point including Pete's Bend, James's Bend, and Italian Bend draw good numbers of redfish, black drum, and flounder. This area is rich in shrimp and forage fish, with abundant marshy flats that attract gamefish. Many of these marshes are fronted by private property and in some cases can be accessed only by boat.

Hunting:

The property provides abundant migratory duck and geese activity along with other native wildlife throughout the area for hunting opportunities.

Aquatic vegetation:

Marsh, mesquite and grasses.

Ecosystem:

Copano Bay serves as a nursery for shrimp, which attracts a large number of redfish. Abundant collections of Black drum, Flounder and Trout, can also be found in the bay. Oysters grow in large numbers to form elongated reefs "oriented perpendicular to tidal flow" in the estuary. The reefs provide habitat for fish and sustenance for a wide variety of birds including the Black-bellied Whistling-duck, Black-necked Stilt, Brown Pelican, Gull-billed tern, Reddish Egret, Roseate Spoonbill, Seaside Sparrow, White-faced Ibis and the Whooping Crane.

This property is located approximately 25 miles from Port Aransas and 35 miles from Corpus Christi.