Posted on: May 1st, 2018 by Bradley Wilson

35.0ac +/- Maydelle, TX – Cherokee County, TX:
This property has mature Pine Timber, County Road Frontage, and well Managed Recreational Trails through out the property. The tract is conveniently located in between Palestine, TX and Rusk, TX off of Hwy 84. The property is surrounded by other Large Acreage Tracts, the majority of the tracts is on the south side of CR 1804 but does have a little over 3.5acres on the North side. Property ideal for managing timber, Deer Hunting, or build a cabin for a weekend retreat.

155 Acres, Rusk County, TEXAS

Posted on: March 8th, 2018 by Bradley Wilson

This property offers an uncommon combination of excellent timber investment, recreational opportunities, and ready access. Almost completely forested with a highly-managed 23-year old loblolly pine plantation growing on loamy sand soils, this tract has a history of excellent wet-weather timber harvesting capability. This forest was planted in 1995 with state-of-the-art improved loblolly pine seedlings in combination with intensive vegetation control. It has been thinned once, and currently is in its prime growth stage. A buyer will have options in terms of an immediate harvest, a thinning, or just letting it grow.

In terms of hunting, there are openings in various locations being used for hunting blinds and feeders, an old-field semi-wooded area in the southeastern section, and several pipeline easements offering good open hunting areas.

The property features long frontage along county road 3251 on its south, and county road 3250 on its north. There is easy access to FM 1971 and US Hwy 84, and the property has excellent internal access. A legal reciprocal easement agreement has been reached with the neighboring industrial forestland owner for accessing a 25-acre parcel, as shown on the map.

Overhead electric lines are located on both ends of the property, running parallel to the county roads on the neighboring land.


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.


Posted on: January 30th, 2018 by Bradley Wilson

Only 1 mile from Rusk, TX and centrally located between Palestine, Jacksonville, and Nacogdoches, TX. Property is easily accessed from Hwy 69 and Cr 1101 with over 790ft of County Road Frontage. The Native Timberland tract consisting of Hardwoods, Pines, and game trails has a lot to offer for the outdoorsman looking for a smaller tract to manage or to build a new home. The tract is ideal for a recreational enthusiast, hunter, new home site, as well as growing timber. The elevation changes provide a mixture of sloping terrain to hilltop views that allow you to see miles on end.

Call to set up a showing.


Posted on: December 20th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

This 37.487 +/- acres with 1,600 feet of road frontage on U.S. Highway 67 is heavily wooded. The 24.9 acres of 17-year old unthinned loblolly pine plantation has grown well, and is primed and ready for a first thinning harvest. The remainder has about 10-plus acres of native hardwoods, with the balance in the Bowie-Cass powerline right-of-way running parallel to the highway. The loblolly plantation is heavily stocked at over 400 trees per acre and an average diameter of over 8 inches. The native hardwoods are primarily vigorous young oaks and offer diversity to the wildlife habitat.

A nice tract only 35 minutes west of Texarkana, this place is ideal for family hunting and recreation, with potential for a weekend getaway with the excellent access and on-site electric service. The 248.678 acre tract on the south side of Highway 67 is also being offered for sale separately.

A recent forest inventory is available upon request.


Posted on: December 13th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

68.0 ac +/- Scrappin Valley located between Lake Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend Lake. Pristine timber and a crystal clear Big Sandy creek describes this property perfectly. Deep, loamy sand soils on the uplands support outstanding native pine forest growth yielding large size and height loblolly and shortleaf pines and a even a few scattered longleaf pine that are unusual to see on private lands. The native forest also includes really beautiful examples of beech, maple, magnolia and white oak trees along the white sandy creek banks, and bottomland pines in the 100-foot tall range. Peace and quiet in your own private forestland for recreation or hunting, and only minutes away from two of the best fishing, hunting and recreation lakes in Texas. Its all yours, and its only a short three-hour drive from Houston. Very nice tract in a great location that will be hard to pass on when you see it.

Please call ahead to schedule showing.


Posted on: November 21st, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

A quick 15 miles south of Texarkana and only 4 miles north of Queen City, this property in Cass County will make an excellent weekend getaway tract for outdoor enthusiasts. The tract is located a half-mile west of Highway 59 on County Road 3658, which transects the northern portion of the land.

The tract acres have been corrected to a more recent boundary survey to 69.52 acres.

This tract has been growing pine timber for many years, and has been utilized for hunting and outdoor recreation. The forest primarily consists of a managed once-thinned loblolly pine plantation, with native pine and hardwood forests found along the small creek drains. The upland sandy loams are well suited for growing timber.

A Bowie-Cass powerline crosses the land, as well as a community water line. The tract boundaries have been maintained, being marked with blue paint and posted signs.

Call for the gate combination.


Posted on: November 21st, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

An excellent hunting property that is easily-accessed on State FM 248, this 82.73 acres is located about 8 miles east of Linden and 9 miles south of Atlanta in Cass County.

The primary feature of this land is approximately 55 acres of native hardwood forest associated with the Frazier Creek bottomlands. The loamy bottomlands are highly productive soils producing hardwood timber and good wildlife habitat. The balance of the tract consists of gravelly sandy loams growing a native shortleaf pine and upland hardwood forest.

The tract is suitable for general recreation and hunting as well as growing timber. This land can be leased to produce annual income.
The eastern boundary of the tract is the FM road. The tract boundaries have been maintained, being marked with blue paint and posted signs.

Call for the gate combination.


Posted on: November 21st, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

50.02 acres of managed timberland in North Marion County. Property offers hunting, recreational and timber investment opportunity. Property does not have legal access.


Posted on: November 21st, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

The pleasant rolling terrain of southern Cass County is the setting for this well-managed property, located in the old Pruett community 14 miles equidistant of Linden and Jefferson. This tract is well situated for the growing and marketing of timber, as well as a recreational getaway. Situated in the Caddo Lake watershed, the famous lake is only a half-hour drive from the property.

The approximately 92 acres of 20-year-old improved loblolly pine plantation is growing on sandy loam soils with a good productivity site index around 85. This land has been managed for the past twenty-three years as a timber investment property, and the latest science in site preparation and seedling sourcing was utilized in the reforestation.

The pine plantation is of good volume and quality, and was improvement thinned in 2012, so it is well on its way to next harvest opportunity. A timber volume estimate done immediately after the first thinning shows a good pine volume of about two and a quarter truck-loads per acre. Subsequent growth in the past five years has resulted in a substantial volume of standing pine timber growing on a site with better than average harvesting conditions.

Kouffmann Branch flows through the northwest corner of the property, providing shelter and water for wildlife on about 14 acres of hardwood and pine. This land is well suited for owner recreation and hunting, or it could readily be leased to generate income.

This land is access by driving two miles east of Highway 59 on FM Road 2683, then traveling one mile north on Cass County Road 1764 to a gated deeded access road to the west. The eastern boundary of the tract is 4/10ths of a mile from the county road. The tract boundaries have been maintained, being kept marked with blue paint and posted signs.

Call for the gate combination.