This pleasantly rolling, well-drained land offers a combination of young and old trees, potential house sites and convenient access just 1.2 miles south of Gilmer on the east side of Highway 300. The long, broad ridges between the headwaters of several creeks provides good terrain for continued timber production, subdivision development, or possibly establishment of pastureland.
This property was once pasture that was planted to loblolly pine, which after years of excellent management and growth was harvested a few years ago. The substantial natural regeneration of the loblolly pines and native hardwoods has created a viable young forest for future timber production. The large hardwoods which were along creek drains and field fence lines has created an interesting mosaic of young and old trees. There are many old-field red oaks and post oaks scattered throughout the property which ma...+ Show More
From the intersection of Hwy 271 & Hwy 300, go south on 300 for 1.45 miles to the entrance gate with sign on the left. From Longview, the tract is a little under 6.5 miles north of FM 726 on Highway 300, on the right.