311.12 ACRES, NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: March 16th, 2024

Nestled across 311 acres, this property offers an array of possibilities. Once part of a vast, multi-thousand-acre landholding, it stands as the last remaining acreage, presenting a distinctive opportunity for prospective owners. Currently utilized for cattle grazing and cherished by the family for leisure, it beckons exploration and development.

The ranch boasts perimeter fencing, complemented by cross fencing, dividing the land into sectional pastures for rotational livestock grazing. With approximately 200 acres of open terrain, the property boasts fertile soil conducive to forage production and livestock sustenance.

Situated partially within the City limits of Nacogdoches, and with sections designated within the City’s ETJ, the property enjoys convenient access to urban amenities while retaining its rural charm.

Featuring multiple ponds and bordered entirely by Lanana Bayou along its eastern boundary, as well as various natural drainages traversing its expanse, the property exudes natural beauty and water resources. Spanning elevations from 240 to 300 feet, it offers diverse topography for potential development and recreational activities.

Bisected by southeast Stallings Drive (Loop 224), the property allocates 36 acres north of the loop, with the remaining land to the south, boasting highway frontage along Loop 224 and accessibility via FM 2683 (Press Rd), mere minutes from the U.S. Hwy 59/I-69 corridor.

Bound by Union Pacific Railroad Right-of-Way along its western boundary, with a designated crossing from Press Road, the property boasts over 8,000 feet of rail line adjacency, expanding its appeal to industrial prospects.

Located within a thriving industrial corridor alongside prominent entities such as Tyson Foods, Pilgrims Industries, Cal-Tex Lumber, and more, the property offers ample potential for industrial ventures.

Bisected by an Oncor overhead transmission line and featuring a Sanitary Sewer line easement courtesy of the City of Nacogdoches, the property enjoys critical infrastructure provisions.

While a power drop is available at the existing barn structures for electrical service, prospective buyers should conduct due diligence regarding any necessary updates or requirements for service connection.

While municipal water service is not currently available, the property presents opportunities for alternative water solutions.

A portion of the northern property lies within a floodway, with a sizable section situated within the floodplain, as illustrated in the attached maps.

Call Bradley Wilson to arrange a tour.

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 buyer’s agent or lack of presence upon the first site visit will result in co-broker compensation being at the discretion of the 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.

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.

88.54 ACRES, NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: December 22nd, 2023

Nestled within 88.55 acres, this property seamlessly blends the convenience of City of Nacogdoches amenities with the tranquility of a countryside homestead.

Featuring a harmonious mix of open expanses and native forests, the land boasts captivating rolling topography ranging from 330 to 410 feet. The scenic Morral Bayou gracefully bisects the southern portion, offering not only an excellent water source but also serving as a vibrant wildlife corridor. This property presents an ideal opportunity for those seeking a secluded rural ranch lifestyle, all while remaining conveniently close to urban amenities.

With its excellent terrain, the property offers sweeping skyline views and a diverse landscape of open fields and wooded areas, providing ample opportunities for both livestock grazing and wildlife encounters.

Accessible via oil-top frontage along County Road 820, which connects seamlessly to FM 3314 and onward to west Loop 224, the property ensures convenient travel routes to nearby destinations.

Electricity is readily available at the county road, further enhancing the property’s accessibility and potential for development.

Water service availability should be confirmed with Lilly Grove SUD.

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.

21.4492 Acres, Trinity County, Texas

Posted on: October 19th, 2023

This is a densely forested land in a remote area readily accessed on a county road with power and landline telephone available. The native forest has a mix of very large and tall mature pines and hardwoods towering above the neighboring woods. The pine timber was last thinned around ten years ago, and offers a fairly substantial volume of higher grade, very tall sawtimber. The hardwood component increases towards the eastern end, with a few small wet-weather drains cutting across the property.

The property has been used for timber production and hunting, with plenty of sign of whitetail deer. This land has been hunted under a lease for many years; there is not a current lease contract. The leasees have kept several lanes and trails open; the main road leading east has a 50-yard or so section in the center of the property that needs simple brushing back from the road edges. No blinds or feeders are offered with the property.

The fine sandy loam soils are excellent for growing both pine and hardwood, and are suitable for establishing pasture judging from neighboring lands. The native forests on this property have a wide assortment of species including loblolly and shortleaf pine, white oak, water oak, black oak, sweetgum, southern red oak, American elm, Florida maple, American holly and hornbeam.

This land lays along the county road known as TrinLady Park Road, and includes a small triangle of about a quarter-acre on the west side of the county road. The total acres include about .17 of an acre in the county road right-of-way according to the existing survey from 1984. The north lines appear to be fenced and several of the corners were identifiable. There is a distinct timber type change along the southern boundary.

All provided mapping is based on Trinity County Appraisal District, a 1984 survey and GIS aerial photo interpretation using deed call information, with ground checks of assumed corner and line markers. No guarantee is offered or implied concerning the acreage nor boundary line locations.

This 21.4492 acres is offered at $7,226 per acre or $155,000.

There are no minerals available. No seller financing is available. There are no known improvements on this property.

The property is currently under Ag/Timber Valuation on the taxes, which show to have been approximately $67 this past year. A New Owner will be responsible to apply for Ag/Timber Valuation at the County Appraisal District, as the valuations are tied to the landowner, not the land. See comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/property-tax/ag-timber/index.php
Electric Power (believed to be Houston County Electric Coop) runs along the western property line just west of and parallel to the county road, running northwest to southeast.
The eastern boundary is approximately 160 feet of frontage on TrinLady Park Road.
Telephone landline is along west side of county road.
Septic and water supply well will need to be installed.
Trinity ISD School District.
FEMA maps show no apparent floodplain.
See downloadable maps.

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. Internal property access is through the gate on the county road; the gate combination will be made available at registration.

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.

56 ACRES, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: October 15th, 2023

This Rusk County timberland property is 13 miles southeast of Henderson, 10 miles north of Mt. Enterprise, and 30 miles north of Nacogdoches. Located in the rolling sandy highlands between the Minden and Brachfield communities, this woodland is a pleasing mix of planted loblolly pine plantation and native pine-hardwood forest with beautiful streamside hardwoods. This property offers great recreational aspects as well as timber production, with an attractive appearance to the mixed pine and hardwood forest. This is not your typical pine plantation property; this one has a very diverse forested habitat and nice hilly terrain features.

The approximately 25 acres of loblolly plantation is 15 years old, so a first-thinning harvest could occur anytime in the next five years, depending on the owner’s management goals. The native forest includes white oak, cherrybark red oak, water oak, hickory, blackgum, sweetgum, shortleaf pine and loblolly pine. The streamside corridors are gorgeous, being mostly undisturbed for many years, resulting in an open understory and tall hardwoods surrounding the sandy-bottom streams. This property will make a nice hunting property, with good internal access along an old logging road on the west, and a pipeline right-of-way on the east.

The deep sandy soils have demonstrated excellent wet-weather timber harvesting capability in the past, thus potentially increasing forest product marketing opportunities.

A quarter-mile of County Road 3125 runs through the northern section of the land, while a powerline parallels the south side of this county road.

Sellers are concurrently offering for sale a separate 92.19 acre tract located 500 feet north of this 56-acre tract on CR 3125.

All references herein to acreages, property boundary locations, tree ages, timber volumes or quality, 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 or boundary lines. Potential buyers are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves.

92.19 ACRES, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: October 14th, 2023

This Rusk County timberland property is 13 miles southeast of Henderson, 10 miles north of Mt. Enterprise, and 30 miles north of Nacogdoches. Located in the rolling sandy highlands between the Minden and Brachfield communities, this woodland is a pleasing mix of planted loblolly pine and native shortleaf pine, with beautiful streamside hardwood stands. This property offers great recreational aspects as well as timber production, with an attractive appearance to the mixed pine and hardwood forest. This is not your typical pine plantation property; this land has a very diverse forested habitat and rolling terrain features.

The approximately 65 acres of loblolly plantation is 15 years old, so a first-thinning harvest could occur anytime in the next five years, depending on the owner’s management goals. It is intermixed with native shortleaf pine, some of which has attained small-sawlog size. The native woods include white oak, cherrybark red oak, water oak, hickory, blackgum, sweetgum, shortleaf pine and loblolly pine. The streamside corridors are really nice with large hardwoods along the sandy-bottom streams, one of which has petrified wood in the stream channel. This property is an outstanding hunting property, with good internal access along pipeline right-of-ways on the south and west sides.

The Seller is offering a separate 56-acre tract about 500 feet south of this one, on the same county road.

All references herein to acreages, property boundary locations, tree ages, timber volumes or quality, 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 or boundary lines. Potential buyers are strongly urged to verify all pertinent facts for themselves.

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.

1,067 ACRES, McINTOSH COUNTY, OKLAHOMA

Posted on: October 14th, 2023

Imagine owning 1,067 contiguous acres of hunting and recreation rights located on a major perennial stream, with extensive hardwood bottomlands, substantial marshes, and upland fields interlaced with good game cover, being located within about an hours’ drive of Tulsa or Ft. Smith, just a few miles north of Warner and 15 miles south of Muskogee in the northeast corner of McIntosh County, Oklahoma. This is a truly unique opportunity to acquire privately-owned land with outstanding hunting and recreational rights at $1,150 per acre, which is significantly lower than the average recreational property.

This land offers excellent hunting for deer, ducks, feral hogs and squirrel in upland and bottomland areas. The diversity of the habitat on this land is of the highest quality, with small openings, creeks, sloughs, old stock tanks, large fields, three major marshes and large areas of remarkably attractive bottomland forest with a clean understory providing excellent hunting conditions. This land offers a hunter the opportunity to traverse over seven hundred acres of forest something that most people can only dream of being able to do.

The three large marshes have provided excellent duck hunting opportunities according to previous leasees. The largest marsh, which covers about forty-five to fifty acres on average years, has unusually good access with open fields being located along the north margin. The smaller marsh complex is in the northwestern end of the property, and encompasses about thirty acres.

About three miles of the substantial stream Dirty Creek runs from west to east through the southern section, offering fishing and other recreational opportunities. There are miles of unimproved roads and trails leading through the forests and fields.

The native forests on this property are a combination of large older trees, medium-aged and younger trees, with a very wide assortment of species. It has been many years since any timber was cut, and the understory is semi- to fully open in most places. As with most Oklahoma land, this property was farmed in the past, with a long history of crop production and cattle grazing. It is now an undisturbed forest, a delight to walk through, and is ideal for hunting, hiking, or just exploring.

The property consists of a diverse matrix of forests, shrub lands, woodlands, and herbaceous areas, with herbaceous areas comprising about 30%, while forests in various stages of maturity from young regeneration to mature forest make up 70% of the tract. The upland areas are categorized as an assortment of open fields with native grasses and forbs interspersed with forests and semi-open areas containing scattered trees and shrubs. Upland forests include post oak, blackjack oak, winged elm, eastern redcedar, green ash, chinquapin oak, and burr oak. The bottomland forests include pin oak, burr oak, silver maple, green ash, hackberry, pecan, boxelder, persimmon, Osage orange, honeylocust and American sycamore. Shrub / midstory species include Possumhaw, huckleberry, eastern redbud and flowering dogwood.

Natural Resource Conservation Service soil survey data indicate that the soils are primarily silt loams, with some rockier soils on the southern areas south of Dirty Creek.

1,032 acres of the property is under a conservation easement agreement and is being actively managed for native habitat, with funding for the prescribed burning program, vegetation control, road and boundary maintenance being provided by an endowment and executed by a conservation bank manager. The key activity is prescribed burning, which provides for excellent all-around wildlife habitat as well as assisting in maintaining an open nature to the woods and fields. The goal is to burn every acre possible at least once every five years, with no more than 40% of the habitat burned each year.

There are 35.05 acres in three development areas that have public road access with utilities, and are available for building homes, cabins, camps or whatever the property owner would desire. Two of these Development Areas are located on the northern side of the land, which is the McIntosh-Muskogee County line on County Road E1010. The 15.5-acre Development Area 1 is located on an upland site and is primarily in an open field, with some large walnut and red oak trees, as well as the old original barn and farmyard site. The 5.9-acre Development Area 2 overlooks the largest natural marsh and is tucked into the corner of a field against the woods and the marsh. The 13.65-acre Development Area 3 is located on the southern boundary off of County Road E1020, on an upland forested site on the south bank of Dirty Creek.

The property owner will be under no obligation to accomplish any of these habitat management activities, but will be required to cooperate with the conservation bank manager, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and the conservation easement holder. The property cannot be subdivided, no consumptive activities such as logging or mining are allowed, and land title transactions require the approval of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

The property owner will only be responsible for whatever improvements are desired on any of the three development areas, providing their own non-permanent hunting blinds and feeders, and if desired establishing and maintaining up to a total of 10 acres of food plots (for example, could be twenty half-acre plots) planted with native species or commonly-used non-invasive non-native species such as corn, wheat, rye, clover, cowpeas, soybeans, oats, sunflower, etc.

A summary of the conservation project, the complete land survey, and other information is provided in the document download section.

Oil & Gas minerals are not available.
Electric Power, cable television and telephone are located on both the north and side boundaries of the property along the county road frontages.
The south county road additionally has community water.
Warner Public School District.
One gas well site is on property, in the south section within the Development Area 3 footprint, with the access road off of county road E 1020. Several plugged/abandoned gas wells are located in the forested area north of Dirty Creek.
A pipeline right-of-way crosses the property in the eastern section, running northwest to southeast.
The abandoned Texas & Pacific Railroad line is located along the eastern side of Dirty Creek in the easternmost portion of this property.
Refer to the survey plat and other documents for a more complete description of the site.

Buyers agents are required to contact the 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, 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.

81.6 ACRES, DESOTO PARISH, LOUISIANA

Posted on: October 14th, 2023

81.6 acres, inside the city limits of Logansport, Louisiana

Land of opportunity situated just southeast of the city of Logansport. The property offers excellent road frontage along two improved roadways.

660′ frontage on Old Mansfield Road

1,950′ frontage on 4 Mile Loop

The property had an old home place located just off Old Mansfield Road that is surrounded by scenic oak trees. The majority of the land consist of naturally generated forestland estimated to be between 25 & 30 years of age, with two small ponds located on the property.

Predominate soil types are Keatchie and Frierson fine sandy loam.

The property has two well locations and associated pipeline right-of-way.

This site could be well suited for multiple uses. Electric available along both road fronts.

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