Mostly wooded land, great for hunting, recreation or homesite. Hatley Creek forms one boundary. Hallsville ISD.
The terrain is mostly low in the NE tract; higher, well-drained land in the SW section.
Hatley Creek forms the east boundary of the north tract, and there is a wet slough in the area between the two main tract sections.
The land is mostly in native timber of medium size.
There is a large overhead power line along the FM 2625 frontage, a 14-acre dirt excavation pit on the west edge, and several oil/gas pipelines across the property.
Property is under no surface leases at this time.
Owner indicates there are no land use restrictions affecting this property.
The tract is not being subdivided and must sell in one piece.
Several cleared pipeline ROWs give vehicle access into the west section of the tract.
Per Harrison County Appraisal District website, the real estate taxes were approximately $446 based on Ag exemptions. Taxing entities are: Harrison County, Hallsville ISD, Emergency Service District No. 5.
While we do our best to provide accurate information about availability of services, sometimes things change as demands are made on providers. We strongly suggest that you verify the services you require are in fact available to the property you are considering. The following service providers may be contacted about the availability and/or cost of connecting to utilities:
Water: no known community water available
Electric: Upshur-Rural Co-op
Sewer: individual septic required
Gas: none known
TV: satellite or antenna
Internet: satellite or mobile hotspot
Waste Disposal: private provider
Post Office: Hallsville
Fire Dept: unknown
Law Enforcement: Harrison County Sheriff
Approximately 1915 feet on FM 2625 and 1509 feet on CR 3202
No oil or gas minerals to be conveyed. Owner will convey his surface minerals.
From Longview, go east on I-20 to exit for FM 450/2625, south on FM 2625 for 6.5 miles to property on Left (north). Signs posted.
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