Chireno West-10.45ac of Pine Plantation off of County Road 433. Good size tract to move out to country and enjoy the outdoors. Over 10ac of managed Pine Plantation to watch the wildlife and scout the location for a country home with a wrap around porch. Property is located in Chireno ISD and is only 15 minutes from Nacogdoches, TX and 2 1/2 hours from Houston, TX.
The property offering consist of a 560 acre timberland property with great recreational opportunity. The property is located approximately 13 miles north of El Dorado, Arkansas with good interior roads on much of the property, and substantial asphalt road frontage along Hayes City Loop. The property is situated on the north and south side of the roadway.
The property offers heavy saw-timber volumes with a mix of pine plantation, native pine stands, and native hardwood-pine stands across the property. Please call to request volume information.
The property is situated in the Smackover-Norphlet School District.
The Attoyac River Ranch is an exceptionally diverse wildlife habitat and working forest containing 353 acres of pine and hardwood upland forests as well as 215 acres of hardwood bottomlands on the banks of the Attoyac River. Only 2.5 to 3 hours from the Dallas and/or Houston metroplex areas, this unique recreational property offers timber-based cash flow along with a wide variety of uncommon natural areas.
Located 23 miles east of Nacogdoches, between Martinsville and Chireno with about a half mile of frontage on County Road 392 (Halls Bridge Road), the property has two existing entrance gates, electrical power and community water.
Originally a well-managed cattle operation, an ownership transition created an opportunity for establishing a distinctive wildlife habitat and working forest project, which twenty years later has now come to fruition. Commercial timber production, bottomland hardwoods, marshes, swamps and upland hardwoods offer a very diverse experience and is easily a great weekend retreat spot. Hunting, fishing, and recreational access is excellent with approximately seven miles of roads and trails on the property. The roads have some moderate improvements, with some rocked stream crossings, even in the bottomland areas.
Wildlife Habitat and Recreational Aspects – The wildlife habitat is unparalleled on a property of this size. Bottomland and upland hardwoods of all ages offer both present and future benefits. The management strategy has retained and protected a variety of flatwoods ponds, swamps, marshes and sandy creeks.
Within the managed pine forest areas, many quarter-acre to five-acre old hardwood forest pockets were retained for habitat diversity. This strategy also retained large, old red oaks, post oaks and black hickory in old brushy fence rows amongst the planted areas. Ten open maintained food plots covering a total of a dozen acres are located all around the property.
This property offers outstanding, proven opportunities for hunting whitetail deer, feral hogs and squirrels. The northern wetland habitat offers better-than-average opportunities on ducks. There is a good potential for dove and rabbit hunting, especially in longleaf and hardwood – longleaf areas. Secluded bottomlands and upland areas are very suitable for still hunting, archery. One central road offers a 500- to 1,000-yard long-range shooting opportunity, with an open area which would facilitate erecting an earthen backstop if so desired.
There is good river and pond fishing, with approximately 2.3 miles of Attoyac River frontage and a 2.5-acre pond. The dam was reworked with a siphon pipe and rocked spillway 15 years ago, and the shoreline planted with baldcypress and longleaf pine. Both the pond and the river have easy access on main woods roads. Over a mile of attractive sandy creeks with a beech-sweetbay-white oak-pine ecosystem is located along three streams, and offer recreational activities such as hiking and still hunting.
The north waterfowl area has about 30 acres of seasonally-flooded emergent marsh, young and older hardwood timber, a planer-elm swamp and a remarkable overcup oak flat.
A sixteen-acre area of sweetgum-sweetbay-red maple seepage swamp and baygall is a fairly unique feature, and adds to the wildlife habitat diversity of the land.
Approximately 100 acres of planted oak – loblolly flatwoods, with eighteen-year old loblolly pine interplanted with seven-year old oaks are located in the southeastern section. This includes 15 acres of seven-year old restoration plantings of predominately hardwoods with longleaf pine on hummocks.
There are also 10 acres total of small natural flatwoods ponds scattered in the southeastern oak-loblolly flatwoods.
Commercial Timber Resources – This property has immediately-marketable pine and hardwood timber, as well as many acres in various-aged young forests to provide future cash flow. This property has produced multiple timber sales over the last two decades of both pine and hardwood products. The young forests can easily continue to support the 1-d-1 timber land tax status as per state law. A recent timber inventory is available upon request.
The property contains approximately 88 acres of eighteen-year old loblolly pine plantations and 45 acres of seventeen-year old loblolly pine plantations. A prescribed burning program in these areas was started a few years ago.
In addition, the 40 acres of upland seven-year-old longleaf plantation is doing very well, and will offer excellent habitat and timber production in the future.
The 160 acres of intensely-managed native bottomland forest consists of cherrybark red oak, overcup oak, green ash, willow oak, sugarberry, sweetgum, southern red oak, water oak, American elm, Shumard oak, bitter pecan, sycamore and hickory. A 12-acre managed bottomland regeneration parcel within this area has been very successful in renewing oak species.
No minerals are available. No seller financing is available. Hunting equipment such as feeders, trail cameras and blinds are not included in the sale. A boundary survey has been ordered and will be available when completed. Property is located in the Chireno school district. The barn is included in the sale, and is offered “as-is”. The two entrance gates offer a circular “pull-through” convenience for vehicles and/or RV’s.
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 on 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.
To arrange a site visit, please contact agent Mark Brian at 936-590-0986.
Great hunting and recreational property consisting of 79 acres in Bossier Parish.
Property is located on Old Plain Dealing Road offering state road frontage and the property is located 13 miles from the town of Benton. A small portion of the property is bisected by Old Plain Dealing Rd.; therefore leaving a portion of land on the east side of the roadway.
Property features +/- 59 acres of hardwood bottomland with the balance being +/- 20 acres of unthinned pine plantation.
The ideal 55.5 acre recreational timber property nestled among the Davy Crockett National Forest. Property will make for a great rural home place or retreat. The land features country road frontage, +/- 3.06 natural pine, +/- 54.39 acres cut-over, and +/- 1.25 acres non-forested. The land is ready for conversion or reforestation.
This 135 acre tract will make an ideal recreational property or a conveniently located rural homestead. Featuring merchantable pine plantations and a beautiful stand of hardwood/pine timber meandering the border of East Fork Bayou Loco creek, this tract is a wildlife haven. The property has been professionally managed for timber production for decades, and the results are obvious with a superb stand of merchantable pine plantation which will afford the new owner income opportunity.
Great rolling terrain provides for scenic views of the landscape and offer great hilltop building sites. The property is accessed via CR 8161 beyond the cul-de-sac, of the newest Central Heights development of Cimarron Subdivision. Beyond county road 8161 a short access easement leads you to the gate access of this private, yet secure 135 acre property. This property is located in Central Heights ISD.
178ac of Timber Property in Deep East Texas that offers prime hunting, recreational, and timber investment. There is an estimated 94ac Hardwood/Pine, 48ac of Bottom-land Hardwood, 20ac of SMZ, & 16ac Water/Marsh. This property is located in between Center & San Augustine, TX near the area of Patroon. Also, a short 20+ mile drive to the Texas Louisiana border on Lake Toledo Bend. Patroon Creek and a branch of Lick Creek traverse the property and will attract plenty of Game for the avid Hunter. Property is accessed by deeded easement that is 30′ wide by 1418′ long, please contact the office for more details on access.
PRICED UNDER $2000 per acre.
Located 3 miles north of Cushing, Texas on the west side of FM 225 and the south bank of the East Fork of the Angelina River, this +- 105 acres of good hunting, recreational and timber investment land is about a half hour drive from Jacksonville, Nacogdoches or Henderson. Two woods roads off of the FM road, combined with almost a half-mile of FM road frontage gives this parcel excellent access.
Recreationally, the deer and feral hog hunting opportunities are first rate, with an added bonus of seasonal waterfowl in the slough features. The mixture of bottomland hardwoods and two ages of pine plantation interspersed with the stringers of open sloughs and marshes provides excellent wildlife habitat for many species. There are woods road entrances on FM 225 near the north and south boundaries, with woods roads winding through the parcel. A three-phase powerline runs the length of the property, parallel to and west of FM 225.
The forest is a great combination of loblolly pine plantations and native bottomland hardwood timber. This land has produced good pine and hardwood timber harvests over the past two decades. The USDA NRCS soils book shows the Laneville loam soils with an excellent 100-foot site index for loblolly pine, base age 50.
Approximate breakouts of the various stands of timber types are:
+- 13 acres of unthinned 9-year old loblolly pine plantation
+- 54 acres of fourth-thinned loblolly pine plantation
+- 25 acres of bottomland hardwood forest
+- 13 acres of open sloughs, marshes and powerline right-of-way
The Seller is retaining all owned minerals.
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.
167.50 acres, in between Garrison & Timpson, Texas that is ready for a new owner to run cattle. The property is roughly 90% pasture and the remainder is mature hardwoods surrounding the creek branches. The tract is fenced and currently leased for cattle, lease will be terminated at time of sale. There is a 1 acre pond on the property that is a great spot for the cattle to get a drink and find some shade. There are several scenic spots to build a country home with wrap around porch. Located just south of Lake Timpson, ideal property to graze cattle, cut hay, and enjoy the peace and quiet of the outdoors.
Property is located in Timpson ISD and is Ag Exempted.