Once a part of a farming operation dating back to the early 1900's, this Sabine River front property is on a high bank and a well-drained, sandy-soil ridge. This land now has a great combination of beautiful hardwoods, tall pines overlooking the river bank, and young baldcypress on the water's edge. An undeveloped, attractive spot combining the river front and bottomland forests with ease of access and full utilities. A perfect spot for a river-front house, cabin, or RV hookup, this unrestricted land will make someone a well-located weekend getaway. Easy to walk and explore, this forest offers a multitude of benefits, from forest management to listening to the cicadas sing.
Nestled in the north end of the Sabine National Forest, this property is only a bit over a half-mile from the North Toledo Bend Wildlife Management Area and the Swede Johnson Boat Landing and Recreation Park. Loc...+ Show More
From Hwy 7 in Joaquin take FM 139 South for 4.6 miles to FM 2572 on the left, then east 1 mile to County Road 3534 on the left, property starts on right approximately one-tenth of a mile from FM 2572.