45.58 acres, more or less fronting Columbia Road 7 to the north and Columbia Road 271 to the south. Property is timbered and would make for a great rural home site or recreational getaway.
184.33 +/- acre tract being +/- 154.97 acres situated in Caddo Parish, Louisiana and +/- 29.36 acres in Miller County, Arkansas. Property offers road frontage along U.S. 71 in both Louisiana and Arkansas providing multiple points of ingress/egress for timber management or future home sites. Property has natural stands of native hardwood meandering the Stream Side Zones and the majority of acreage is in young well established pine plantation planted during 2015/2016 season.
West Fork Kelly Bayou enters on a portion of the north east corner of the property in Miller County.
Property is an ideal timber and recreational investment and is conveniently access from Shreveport or Texarkana and is located minutes from I-49.
106.0ac in Sabine County off of Hwy 103, a short drive to San Augustine, Milam, and Hemphill. Property is 11 miles away from Lake Toledo Bend & 11 miles from Lake Sam Rayburn. Property has 0.5 miles of frontage on Hwy 103. There are (2) Live running creeks provided by Maddox Creek and Palo Gaucho Creek. The property is broken down into 32.0 acres of 12yr old pine plantation ready to be thinned. 32.0 acres of improved pasture recently seeded that will be a lush hay meadow, and 42.0 acres of mature timber Stand with hard wood bottom waiting on the avid duck hunter. Property has rolling terrain, creek bottoms, higher ground for a building, pasture, pine plantation, and mature hardwoods. All the check boxes are marked on this tract for country living enthusiast.
This property is located in the highly desirable Central Heights school district, and is conveniently located only 8.8 miles from the school and 15 minutes from Nacogdoches. Located in the relatively high-elevation rolling hills of northern Nacogdoches County, the sandy soils were planted with loblolly pine and recently had the first selective thinning harvest completed. The soils show to be well-suited for timber production, and have produced good timber harvests. The high upland site offers other future potentials such as domestic wind power, solar power or possibly communication tower siting.
This land has an attractive forest of planted and native pine intermixed with areas of hardwoods. This 30.414 acre tract could make a very nice homestead, a good weekend retreat spot, all the while providing future income potential from the managed forest.
The Sellers are offering 50% of their owned minerals. Utilities along FM 1087 include telephone, water, power and gas.
Access is by a deeded 21-foot wide easement from FM 1087 to the southernmost southeast corner of the property. Historical logging access has been just west of the northeast corner of the property, on County Road 149 (Spurrier Road). The recent first-thinning harvesting operation has reopened the woods road through the property.
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.
Timbered 40 acre tract located at the end of asphalted Columbia Rd. 222. The property could be a great recreational property or home site and is accessible from paved Columbia Rd. and within close proximity to Magnolia. The property offers a merchantable stand of pine and hardwood mix timber and features a nice creek bisecting the southeast corner of the property providing a good wildlife attraction.
Property is located in Section 22, Township 18S, Range 22W.
This tract is located in Deep East Texas and is just south of Nacogdoches, Texas, near Hwy 59 South. It is located two hours north of Houston for anyone looking for a Hunting Weekend Retreat. This is a secluded property not far from town and is accessed by easement off of Walton Road. There are multiple branches of wet weather creeks and sloping banks, which provide scenic views throughout the tract. The tract is a heavily wooded, natural stand with a good mixture of Pinewood, Hardwood and some Red Cedar. There is rolling terrain, but plenty of level ground to pick out a new home site or build a hunters cabin. Game trails can be found throughout the property, which could keep an avid hunter busy year-round.
This recently resurveyed 24.94 acre tract of planted loblolly pine is situated in the rolling sandy hills of eastern Cass County. Located only 40 miles from either Texarkana or Shreveport, the tract was planted in early 2014 on loamy fine sand soils with a weighted 50-year site index of 82 feet for loblolly pine, according to NRCS soil survey data. The historically-utilized access road, which crosses the northwest section of the property, is not a county-maintained public road. Sellers have been made aware of an approximately 2.5 acre oil/gas well site to be constructed in the northeastern corner of the property. The Sellers do not own any minerals.
Located 20 minutes south of Texarkana and an hour north of Shreveport, this property offers a diverse mix of wildlife habitats and outstanding recreational opportunities. This 160-acre property has approximately 92 acres of baldcypress and hardwood bottomlands transected by Cypress Creek and a multitude of meandering sloughs. Offering future timber production potential, roughly 68 acres of upland was planted into loblolly pine plantation in 2014. Recreational opportunities look really good for deer, feral hog and waterfowl hunting as well as for ATV riding. Priced competitively, and ideally located along Cypress Creek only a mile or so from the wildlife-rich Sulphur River bottoms, this tract deserves a close look from anyone interested in a recreational getaway. This property has been historically accessed across several adjacent properties, and does not have legal access as far as can be ascertained.
This 75.86 acres is located approximately 7 miles west of Atlanta, Texas. This land is growing commercial timber, and offers excellent hunting and recreational opportunities. The upland Bernaldo-Cuthbert-Kirvin soils are well-suited for the approximately 55 acres of loblolly pine plantation established in early 2014. The good site preparation in 2013 has boosted the growth of the pine plantation.
Johns Creek runs along the western tract boundary and supports approximately 7 acres of hardwoods. A narrow strip of the property forested with native pine and hardwood is located on the north side of County Road 3214. This is a nice tract with excellent access, and is located on pleasing rolling terrain. The wildlife habitat is enhanced by having both upland pine and creek bottom hardwoods.
This property is what many buyers are looking for – good near-term timber growth potential in a middle-aged pine plantation. The well-managed 126 +/- acre stand of 17-year old, once-thinned loblolly pine plantation is now entering the sawtimber production years. A very recent forest inventory shows that the older plantation has sawtimber trees averaging about 13 inches in diameter, with the smaller Chip-n-Saw sawlog trees measuring on average a bit over 10 inches. In addition, there are 93-plus acres of naturally regenerated loblolly pine which is entering its third growing season.
The active forest management on this land has created excellent habitat for whitetail deer. Native hardwood forest associated with a tributary to Bassett Creek covers about 23 acres in the northeastern section. The eastern property line borders U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wright Patman Lake land, with camping and hunting areas in the Sulphur River bottomlands being only a mile east of this property. Feral hog hunting should be excellent in this type of terrain.
This tract has excellent access. County Road 4269 just received a substantial upgrading of aggregate surfacing down to the Corps land access road. Located a half-hour drive west of Texarkana, an hour and a half from Longview, and easily accessible from the Metroplex via I-30 about 2.5 hours from downtown Dallas, this timberland property offers many opportunities for investment, hunting and general recreation.
A recent forest inventory is available upon request.