Summary: Discover a pristine 108.53-acre tract of land nestled in the heart of northeast Houston County, a true haven for nature enthusiasts and outdoor lovers. This remarkable property boasts gently rolling topography, offering approximately 140 feet of elevation change, with the tranquil Butler Branch Creek meandering gracefully through its central portion. Cloaked in nearly 100% woodland, the land features a harmonious blend of mature mixed hardwoods and pine timber, providing a sanctuary for native wildlife, particularly the revered whitetail deer population. Conveniently accessible via frontage along SH 21, this property is perfectly positioned between Crockett and Alto, making it an exceptional opportunity for those seeking a unique recreational retreat in the beautiful East Texas wilderness.
Land Characteristics: This pristine acreage is a testament to the untouched beauty of East Texas. With its gentle slopes and rich biodiversity, it is a haven for wildlife and nature lovers alike. The lush woods encompassing the property are home to a diverse range of mature mixed hardwoods and pine timber, complete with native vegetation and mast trees. This lush habitat creates an ideal environment for the native whitetail deer population, making it a dream destination for hunting enthusiasts. Notably, the land also houses an active O&G well site, complete with an ingress/egress road and a pipeline traversing the eastern portion. These features provide added access to the property's interior and have been thoughtfully developed as a hunting site. Whether you're an avid hunter or simply yearning for a secluded piece of paradise, this acreage offers the absolute best of East Texas wilderness.
Location: Location is paramount in real estate, and this property doesn't disappoint. Situated in close proximity to the northern reaches of the Davy Crockett National Forest, it offers an unparalleled connection to the wonders of nature. Additionally, Mission Tejas State Park and the Caddo Mounds State Historical Site are just a stone's throw away, providing opportunities for historical exploration and outdoor recreation. If that's not enough, public access to the Neches River is conveniently nearby, allowing you to embrace water adventures. The combination of state and national lands in the immediate vicinity offers not only superb hunting and fishing opportunities but also year-round activities for the whole family to savor the virtues of East Texas' natural beauty. Don't miss the chance to make this unique property your gateway to an East Texas adventure!
Dense timber is a mixture of mature native hardwoods and pine
Highway frontage along SH 21
Rolling topography with 140 feet of elevation change
Butler Branch flows through property
Close proximity to Davy Crockett National Forest, Mission Tejas State Park and the Caddo Mounds State Historic Site
Ag Exemption in place
Map boundaries are approximate and should be verified by buyer
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