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.

37.487 ACRES, BOWIE COUNTY, TEXAS

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.

68 ACRES, NEWTON COUNTY, TEXAS

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.

50.02 ACRES, MARION COUNTY, TEXAS

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.

120 ACRES, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS

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.

47 ACRES, RUSK COUNTY, TEXAS

Posted on: July 20th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

+/- 47 acres of beautiful timberland in north Rusk county with portions in natural stands of timber and a portion of pine plantation. This property has great scenery is fantastic with a meandering creek bisecting portions of the property. This tract makes for a solid timber opportunity with mature stands of timber that can provide immediate return on investment, and would also make for a fantastic recreational ownership with great diversity in habitat across the landscape. Multiple areas offer suitable locations for a scenic rural home site with easy access to FM 1971 and US Hwy 84.

The property features long frontage along county road 3250 allowing multiple points of access. Overhead electric line runs across portions of the south side of the property parallel to the county road. This is one beautiful tract that is well priced.

Call for more information.

40 ACRES, BOSSIER PARISH, LOUISIANA

Posted on: May 25th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

THIS PROPERTY IS BEING OFFERED BY LUMP SUM SEALED BID SALE. BID OPENING WILL BE TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2017, AT 2:00 PM.

40 acres, more or less, offering a well stocked loblolly pine plantation planted January, 2008. With excellent public access on Rocky Mount Road, the tract is ideal as a rural home site or timber/recreational investment. The property is bisected by a railroad right-of-way and an overhead electric right-of-way runs parallel to the railroad.

PLEASE SEE ATTACHED 'NOTICE OF LUMP SUM SEALED BID SALE' FOR BIDDER DETAILS AND INSTRUCTIONS!

40 ACRES, BOSSIER PARISH, LOUISIANA

Posted on: May 25th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

THIS PROPERTY IS BEING OFFERED BY LUMP SUM SEALED BID SALE. BID OPENING ON TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2017 AT 2:00 pm.

40 acres, more or less, well-stocked with both pine and hardwood timber with excellent access, recreational potential and suitability for rural home sites. The property is split by Old Plain Dealing Road which offers approximately 1,250 feet of road frontage to both east and west sides of the property. Existing utility and power lines provide abundant access for electrical services. The following summarizes an estimate of timber volume based on a recent timber inventory conducted by Bird and Crawford Forestry.

Pine Sawtimber – 511 Tons
Pine Chip-N-Saw – 25 Tons
Pine Pulpwood – 143 Tons
Red Oak Sawtimber – 189 Tons
Misc. Hardwood Sawtimber – 202 Tons
Hardwood Pulpwood – 1,420 Tons

The estimated volumes are shared as a courtesy; however, no warranty is given or implied by Bird and Crawford Forestry, TerraStone Land Company, or the Seller concerning timber volumes, timber quality, or timber harvesting conditions.

PLEASE SEE ATTACHED 'NOTICE OF LUMP SUM SEALED BID SALE' FOR BIDDER DETAILS.

80 ACRES, CADDO PARISH, LOUISIANA

Posted on: May 12th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

80 +/- acres of merchantable timber with approximately 39 +/- acres upland pine/hardwood timber and 35 +/- acres bottomland hardwood along Black Bayou which bisects the property traveling north and south. The property offers strong timber volumes and could yield solid returns during a dry season. This tract offers excellent hunting and recreational or conservation opportunity. The property is located northwest of Rodessa, Louisiana and currently has no legal access. The property is situated north of Rodessa State Line Rd. and west of United Gas Company Rd. 3.

231.87 ACRES, CADDO PARISH, LOUISIANA

Posted on: May 4th, 2017 by Bradley Wilson

Top Notch timber and recreational opportunity. The property straddles the Texas and Louisiana state line with 71+ acres in Cass County, Texas and 160+ acres in Caddo Parish, Louisiana. The property is conveniently accessable by way of long frontage along CR 4561. This 231.87 +/- acre tract provides an excellent timber investment opportunity with 194 +/- acres of pine plantation ready for thinning operations and producing immediate cash flow opportunity. Additionally the property is made up of 30 acres SMZ or Stream Management Zone loaded with mature hardwood and pine and is a haven for the wildlife populations, 2.18 +/- acres of pipeline right-of-way, and approximately 5.66 +/- acres of Non-Forested property which is primarily consisting of a marsh area along Hurricane Creek.

92.03 +/- acres, 18 year loblolly pine plantation

46.45 +/- acres, 17 year loblolly pine plantation

55.9 +/- acres, 27 year loblolly pine plantation

The marsh area along Hurricane Creek was once damned up to form an approximately 10 acre shallow lake but the dam had breached some time ago.

Please call for more details.

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