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12 miles northeast of Longview and 10 miles northwest of Marshall, on FM 449

Acreage: 304.913


Hallsville School District

Harrison County

MLS Number: 20194117


Made for duck hunting (and for land critters also), this 305-acre tract has over 100 acres in flooded slough and creek bottoms. Boat house and concrete launch for the serious hunter. Lots of mature woods upland and drivable trails for fun in nature. A beautiful 3/2 log cabin on high ground creates the perfect setting for weekend visits or permanent home.

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The land slopes from high-ground mature woods on the south to wet bottomland on the north. There is enough water that you can navigate by boat in the wet seasons.
Little Cypress Bayou forms the north boundary and Gum Creek flows through the property.
You will find mature hardwoods and some pine as well, creating woods that are beautiful to walk or drive through. Lots of White Oak trees; excellent fodder for deer and other wildlife.
Obviously excellent for duck hunting, but is also great for other hunting, ATV riding, hiking, wildlife watching, timber crop, weekend getaway, permanent home, and more.
Overhead electric power line runs N/S near East edge of property; provides good clear driving trail.
Property is under no surface leases at this time.
The tract is not being subdivided and must sell in one piece.

Home Description:

[Square footage and age of home figures come from county Appraisal District information; buyer is encouraged to confirm square footage for themselves].
3/3 1 1/2-story log house, built 1990, 2140 sf.
930 sf of porch provides restful place to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature.
Open floor plan for kitchen, dining and living space, separated only by beautiful and practical 2-sided, copper-faced, rock-hearth, wood-burning fireplace.
Walls and ceilings are clear-sealed knotty pine.
Flooring is wood in public areas, carpet in bedrooms, tile in baths and utility.
Stained cedar handrails on the stairway and upstairs walkway.
Den and dining have 2-story vaulted ceilings, giving a spacious feel.
Kitchen has 4-burner electric range, dishwasher, disposal, laminate countertops, wood cabinets.
Utility room has room for washer, dryer, extra fridge or freezer. Very practical layout with doors to outdoors, kitchen and guest bath, serving double duty as a mudroom.
Downstairs are two bedrooms and two full baths (including master), upstairs is one bedroom and full bath (with skylight).
Open-walled bonus room upstairs makes a good game room, second living area, or other use.
Electric CACH, ceiling fans, insulated windows, 3-sided fireplace for energy efficiency.
Security/alarm system connected to both house and shop.
Roof shingles were replaced in 2017 (per owner).


Part of the land is fenced.
Approximately 15 acres is cleared pasture with native and improved grass.
1800 sf metal shop building on concrete slab; 450 sf canopy; water and electricity; 1/2 bath; insulated; three overhead doors.
Decorative electric gate with keypad and remote entry.
1500 feet long asphalt entry road/driveway leads to house and shop.
Shooting range backstop.
Galvanized metal enclosed boat house and concrete boat launch at edge of slough of Little Cypress Bayou and Gum Creek.
A good network of drivable trails gives access to most of the upland property.
Areas of bottomland have been cleared for planting Japanese millet to attract ducks; great hunting!


Per Harrison County Appraisal District website, the real estate taxes as of 2019 were approximately $6,690.20 based on agricultural loss exemption. Taxing entities are: Harrison County, Hallsville ISD, and Harrison County ESD#5.

TAX ID # for MLS: R000012509; R000012516; R000035566


While we do our best to provide accurate information about availability of services, sometimes things change as demands are made on providers. By providing the helpful information below, we make no representation as to the accuracy of the information. 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: Gum Springs WSC (903-660-3420). House and/or improvements are currently connected to community water
Electric: Upshur Rural Electric (903-843-2536)
Sewer: tank and field lines installed
Gas: none known
Telephone: landline unknown
TV: satellite, antenna
Internet: satellite, mobile phone hotspot
Waste Disposal: private provider
Post Office: Hallsville
Fire Dept: volunteer
Law Enforcement: Harrison County Sheriff


Approximately 120 feet (60 + 60) on FM 449


No oil or gas minerals to be conveyed. Owner will convey his surface minerals.


In Longview, from the intersection of East Loop 281 and Alpine Rd (FM 2208), go North 0.7 mile; at traffic signal, continue straight north onto FM 2879 for 5.6 miles; go Right (east) on FM 449 for 5.8 miles to property on Left (north). Signs posted.


The broker has assembled this information from materials furnished by the owner and from other sources considered reliable. Any sketches and maps have been prepared for viewing convenience only. Distances and characteristics are approximate and may not have been verified. Additionally, the sketch or map may not show all of the characteristics that affect the property, such as easements, fence lines, roads, etc. Interested parties are advised to investigate to their satisfaction whether the land is suitable for their intended use. We cannot be responsible for errors, omissions, prior sale, withdrawal or change in price.

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