Woods, Wildlife and Wow! 15+ Wooded acres in NE Texas, optional Solar powered cabin

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Distinctly Texas Lifestyle Properties, LLC Tx Broker 0304050

Cass County, Texas (South of Texarkana).

Approximately 15.143 acres of rolling woodland, with Ag Exemption: $29,900.00

This secluded property is tucked away in a nice quiet area with similarly sized properties.

Features:

  • Neighbors report lots of wildlife, deer
  • Approximately 75% in timber
  • Electric on property
  • Community water supply available at road
  • Seasonal creek
  • Rolling terrain, over 50ft. of elevation
  • Great house sites
  • Can be dammed up to create a 1/2 to 3 acre pond, excavation services available
  • Has a clearing for power lines, great for wildlife watching, hunting
  • Has Ag (Timber) tax exemption
  • All surrounding property in timber execpt for extreme SW corner.


Can contract separately for a cabin. Have plans that I can send. Cabin can be eligible for special Solar power program as well.

Property outline

 

About 4 miles east of Naples, just north of hiway 77.  801 CR 2591, Naples, TX 75568

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Offered by Michael Michaud, Owner/Broker

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Mick Michaud,

Managing broker,

United Country Distinctly Texas Lifestyle Properties, LLC
Texas license # 0304050

The Lifestyle you want, the place to live it.

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Hey Mike, Nice Listing, My only concern would be if Boone Pickins owns all the water rights in the area...

Nov 17, 2008 03:37 AM #1
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Not sure about the reference to water rights.  The state of Texas owns all flowing water, either above ground or under ground. 

Texas law prohibits the damming of live streams without permits.  The creek on this property is not live.  Only during heavy rains.  If dammed up, it could impound anywhere from 1/2 to 3 acres of surface area.

The blue line in the pic is the approximate creek boundary

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