An outstanding recreational property that is only 20 miles from Tyler (intersection of Loop 49 and Hwy 69). It is a managed timber tract that offers long term investment, as well as, the recreational benefits. With approximately 2,386 feet of frontage on the Neches River and a small pond, this tract offers hunting opportunities for deer, hogs, squirrels and other small game as well as fishing and duck hunting on the river. This tract is also convenient to Lake Palestine. Buyer to satisfy self as to timber value due to market fluctuations. A large part of this property lays within the 100 year flood plain. However high ground exist for construction, and the City of Cuney states water is available at the tract.
Intersection of Hwy 175 and Cherokee CR 3314 in Cuney (at Cuney Hall). Proceed south on CR 3314 for approximately .4 mile to 90 degree turn in road. Property begins just to the east (left) of the turn and fronts on the xounty road all the way to the Neches River ( approximately 1/2 mile. There is a small amount of acreage (estimated to be 8-10 acres) on the north side of the road at the river.
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