• Price:$1,095,875
  • Type:Hunting Land, Recreational Property, Timberland
  • Address:N State Hwy 110
  • Acres:486
  • County:Cherokee
  • City:Rusk
  • Status:Available
  • State:Texas
  • Zip:75785


485.76 +/- acres situated just north east of Rusk, Texas. This property is an exceptional recreational opportunity offering great hunting, views, rolling terrain and tons of highway frontage. With a 742' elevation plateau providing incredibly views across the rolling terrain, this property provides a unique view of the landscape and towering pine plantations across the land. Numerous areas across the property would be ideal for constructing the country estate, or hunting lodge to enjoy all the recreational opportunity the property has to offer.

Elevation on the property range from approximately 500 feet to 742 feet providing roughly 242 feet in elevation change.

The property has gravel interior roads and culverts across necessary drainage crossings providing navigable roads across much of the property.

The property has been historically managed for timber production, and currently consist of 84+ acres of well stocked pine plantations, varying age stands planted in 2001 and 2006 providing income opportunity for the landowner, as well as 234 acres of harvested area ready for conversion or reforestation. The land offers great diversity across the landscape with 71+ acres of old growth hardwood timber, and 95+ acres of mixed pine/hardwood stands providing a haven for wildlife traffic.

Located just 3.4 miles outside of Rusk, Texas, the property is easily accessible from Highway 69 for convenient travel to or from Dallas (130 miles), Houston (164 miles), Waco (135 miles), Austin (210 miles), or San Antonio (290 miles).

Additional acreage may be available for negotiation.


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