• Price:$181,702
  • Type:Hunting Land, Recreational Property, Timberland
  • Address:County Road 2343
  • Acres:63
  • County:Cass
  • City:Douglassville
  • Status:Available
  • State:Texas
  • Zip:75560


A hunters dream, this relatively undisturbed 62.656 acres of native pine and hardwood forest has excellent recreational opportunities for deer, small game and possibly wood ducks. Located in the hilly, picturesque country of northwestern Cass County a few miles southwest of Douglassville, this attractive parcel is only 35 minutes from Texarkana or an easy couple of hours on I-30 from the DFW Metroplex. Lake Wright Patman is only a ten-minute drive and offers fishing and waterfowl hunting, as well as camping in recreation areas and at Atlanta State Park.

This parcel has about 250 feet of county road frontage on its southeastern boundary, just north of the quaint Cedar Grove Methodist Church and cemetery. Founded in 1897, the native rock church is no longer in use. A Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative powerline runs along and just west of the eastern property line as well as the road frontage. A boundary survey was completed in 1998 and the property lines have been kept maintained with a blue painted line and posted signs.

The tract is completely covered with a native forest of hardwood and pine. There is a nice mix of upland pine/hardwood and hardwood creek bottoms, with a pleasing topographical diversity. The productive soils are split between sandy/loamy uplands and loam bottomlands. Two small streams (tributaries of Powell Creek) are in the northern and eastern sections. A small beaver pond near the north boundary adds to the wildlife attributes of this land.

A professional forestry firm handled a selective thinning harvest in 1999, and eighteen years of growth since the last harvest has produced a substantial inventory of marketable forest products. A timber volume estimate made in 2012 showed a good volume of pine and hardwood timber, being more than two truck-loads of sawtimber and pulpwood per acre. Many of the pines are impressive in their size and height.

A breakdown of the forest cover types on this tract is as follows:

Native Upland Pine 16 acres

Native Upland Pine / Hardwood 12 acres

Native Upland Hardwood 29 acres

Bottomland Hardwood 5 acres

Powerline Right-of-Way about a half-acre


Property Map / Directions

Please see attached location map. Property is in western Cass County, southwest of Douglassville.

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