Stephen Schwartz


Stephen Schwartz was raised in East Texas, where he graduated from White Oak High School. Most of his childhood was spent hunting and fishing in the woods of East Texas, where he learned at a very young age to respect the outdoors. Following his interests, he graduated from Texas A&M University in the spring of 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Systems Management with an emphasis on rangeland and wetland management. After he graduated he began working in the engineering department at the TXU Martin Lake Mines. He then worked for over a decade in the mining industry. For the first 7 years he worked in engineering as a surveyor and long-range planner, where he designed and led the construction of various projects ranging from initial clearing and mining activities, to permanent reclamation. Along with that he developed a special interest in land reclamation where he had hands on experience with many extensive watershed management projects. He also had a hand in developing many of the ponds, wetlands and reforested acres that are now enjoyed by many. He then spent the next 4 years as an operations supervisor learning the big picture of the entire mining process, further developing his leadership skills in managing people, money and machines. Overall he has gained a unique perspective in the importance of sound land stewardship and how vital it is to a successful ranching operation. His unique skill set enables him to clearly visualize a property’s potential and effectively communicate that to potential buyers. He is dedicated to use that knowledge to better understand the needs of each client and will go the extra mile to ensure they are met. Stephen is a committed steward of the land which shows through continuing his education through the Quality Deer Management Association as a level 2 Deer Steward, which specifically focuses on intensive management for white-tailed deer. He has also been an active member of several conservation organizations such as Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Delta Waterfowl, Quality Deer Management Association, Trout Unlimited, and National Wild Turkey Federation. Stephen is a committed husband to his wife, Lacie of 6 years, and new father to his son, West. He is a deacon at Mobberly Baptist Church in Longview and enjoys spending as much time as he can in the outdoors with both his wife and son.
$990,000  •  226 acres
Overview: We are pleased to present Hidden Springs Ranch, a well-balanced, turn-key combination ranch in North Central Anderson County. From the rolling, improved pastures to the wooded creek bottoms, the ranch is well suited for both livestock and recreation. Hidden Springs Ranch is a quality combination ranch offering a private getaway and an excellent ranch to hunt, farm, and spend time with the kids. Over 3 miles of established roads and trails meander across the rolling, dramatic topography reaching each corner of the ranch. The combination of improved pastures and native timber fosters productive grasses and abundant wildlife habitat year-round. The property is private and secluded offering the new owners a true piece of Piney Woods paradise. Paved road frontage provides all weather access to the ranch house. Quality deer management over the years has produced both abundant and attractive native white-tailed deer, a growing Eastern turkey population and migratory birds such as dove and waterfowl. Couple that with the improved pastures, native timber, and spring-fed water, you can literally do it all with this unique combination of recreational and agricultural attributes. Location/Local Touring Attractions: Hidden Springs Ranch is equidistant from both Athens & Palestine, TX. (18 - 22miles). Located ~95 minutes southeast of Dallas and ~45 minutes southwest of Tyler, the ranch offers convenient proximity for the primary or second home resident. For the evenings when you don't feel like cooking dinner, you'll have multiple options to choose from. The charming, small country towns of Athens and Palestine are great options if you need a good restaurant, groceries, supplies or other services. Both you and your guests alike will enjoy the laid-back pace of life that East Texas provides. Local Attractions: Texas Freshwater Fishery (Athens), 3 P's and a Vine Winery (Athens), Tara Vineyard & Winery (Athens), Athens Brewing Co., Castle Oaks Winery, Lake Athens, Athens Country Club and Lake Palestine. Improvements: Located on the north end of the ranch, a nice 1,566 SF home provides a turn-key residence that is ready to enjoy. The updated home features three bedrooms and two baths with new appliances and all of the comforts of home. The home features several updates throughout and a new roof on the exterior. The home site offers copious storage including a spacious 2-car garage, out building, and an equipment shed. Once you drive past the house, dramatic rolling hills greet you as you drop down into the wooded creek bottom. The pastures have been managed, sprayed and are currently being lightly grazed by cattle. Between the pastures and along the creeks, native timber and abundant browse provide quality habitat for deer and other wildlife. Surface Water & Fisheries: On the north west portion of the ranch, multiple prolific springs feeds a wetland year-round and provides the new owners with a solid opportunity for waterfowl habitat. The wetland is surrounded by native timber providing cover and an ideal location to further develop a prime waterfowl hunting area. In addition to the wetland, there are two stock tanks available for wildlife and livestock on opposite ends of the ranch. Multiple wet-weather creeks offer seasonal water flow as well. Wildlife & Hunting: Native wildlife on Hidden Springs Ranch are abundant and quite diverse. White-tailed deer, Eastern turkey, waterfowl, Fox and Grey squirrels, fox, bobcats, dove and many other varmints can be found year-round. The property has been managed with Quality Deer Management principles and is turn-key for the new owners to enjoy this coming fall. This is evident when touring the property as you'll find some of the most preferred native forage across the ranch. Plants such as American Beautyberry, Pokeweed, Dogwood, Sumac, Greenbrier, Honeysuckle, and Muscadine make up substantial browse resources. Wildlife feeders and food plot locations have been established. Food plot locations will be re-planted again in early September. Livestock/hay production: The ranch features over 65 acres of improved, fertile pastures where Coastal and Common Bermuda grasses are dominate over native grasses. The pastures are sprayed on a yearly basis and are in good condition for grazing or future hay production. Most of the pastures are well-drained and are accessible by a pickup truck and/or UTV. Topography: The topography is breath taking as it rolls throughout the entire ranch with elevation changes surrounding the drainages and ridges on the property. The ranch has a high point of ~560 feet above sea level and a low of ~420 feet above sea level. There are also two potential pond/lake sites located within the watersheds on the ranch (Ask Broker for details). Soils: Clay dependent Darco, Kirvin, and Tenaha soils dominate the landscape while sandy to fine sandy loams foster healthy timber, grasses and woody browse. Airports: Athens Municipal (F44)- 20 min. from Pine Hill Ranch; Cherokee County Airport- Jet Fuel & Maintenance Available - 52 min from the property; Passenger Full-Service Airports - Tyler Pounds Regional 56 min from the ranch. Hospitals: UT Health - Athens (21 min); Christus Trinity Mother Frances - Athens (21 min); Christus Mother Frances- Tyler (60 min). Directions: From Dallas- take Highway175 southeast for ~70 miles to Athens and exit onto TX-7 Loop. Next, exit to Hwy. 19 follow for 21 miles to FM 837. Turn east onto FM 837 and travel 4.4 miles to County Road 445. Turn south on County Road 445 and travel 0.8 miles to the ranch's entrance on the west side of the road at the gated entrance with the white fence. Easements: Easements known to Broker are for residential utilities (electricity and rural water supply). Utilities: Electric is provided by TVEC and community water is available on CR 445. Taxes: Hidden Springs Ranch carries an Ag/Timber exemption across the entire property. Minerals: Surface only. The Seller represents no mineral ownership. Asking Price: $990,000 ($4,380.53/acre) Contact: Stephen Schwartz, Sales Agent, 903-738-7882 Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.
$1,084,160  •  338.8 acres
Location: Dorsey Creek Ranch is located ~6.5 miles NW of Mount Pleasant, Texas, with close proximity to I-30 and Hwy 67 for convenient access. Drive in access is provided by frontage on CR 1140. The ranch is a quick one hour and forty-five-minute drive east of Dallas, Texas (~115 miles). Overview: Dorsey Creek Ranch is a neat, well-balanced 338.8+/- acre combination ranch nestled in a very desirable area of north central Titus County. The ranch consists of productive pastures, pristine hardwood timber, planted pine timber, abundant surface water and a balance of ranching and recreational attributes. Whether cattle ranching, hunting deer and waterfowl, or bass fishing, this is a quality, diverse real estate offering. The property is surrounded by large neighbors and offers a unique opportunity to purchase a productive, contiguous block of raw undeveloped land. Improvements: This is a raw and well-balanced property ready for a new owner to come in and customize it to their taste. The notable improvements on the property include surface water and fencing. Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch's fertile soils foster Coastal Bermuda pastures which are dominate to native grasses throughout the property as well as, diverse stands of hardwood and pine timber. Historically, the pastures have been utilized for grazing and hay production. Tree cover consists of ~165 acres of mixed hardwoods and Pine timber. Water: The ranch has an abundance of water dispersed across the ranch that includes over 15 acres of surface water including one ~12.5-acre lake, one ~2.25-acre pond and small drainage ponds. All water resources provide reliable, year - round water resources for livestock and wildlife on the property. Topography: The Dorsey Creek Ranch possesses rolling to flat terrain that drains well and is easily accessed via vehicle or ATV. There is ~30 feet of terrain change across the property. Wildlife and fisheries: The Seller has not permitted hunting for the last 20+ years fostering various species of wildlife. Whitetail deer, hogs and varmits are common in this part of Titus County and lend to recreational enjoyment. The presence of consistent surface water on the ranch provides waterfowl habitat for migrating ducks and geese. Fishing opportunities abound in both in the lake and larger pond located on the property. Livestock production: This ranch offers over ~155 acres of improved pastures that have been previously fertilized and managed for hay production/grazing. Cross-fencing is in place and in moderate condition. All fencing currently holds cattle. Minerals: Surface only Easements: None known to Broker. Utilities: Electricity located nearby, but not yet into this property. Property Taxes: Ask Broker for details. Schools: Mount Pleasant ISD Price: $1,084,160 ($3,200 per acre) Contact: Stephen Schwartz - Agent (903) 738-7882 Casey Berley, ALC - Broker Associate (214) 422-7253 Cash McWhorter - Broker/Partner (469) 222-4076
$1,031,878  •  322 acres
Overview: Wildhorse Ranch is approximately 322.5+/- acres located in close proximity to the quaint East Texas town of Henderson, TX. The ranch is bordered by two quiet county roads providing reliable access points to the majority of the ranch. Wildhorse Ranch is a combination ranch consisting of improved pastures, two ponds, multiple split finger draws, towering plantation Pine timber, and mature native timber; thereby, creating a multitude of ranching and recreational opportunities.Location: Wildhorse Ranch is located approximately ~15 min N/NE of Henderson, Texas; ~25 minutes S/SE of Longview; ~2.5 hours east of Dallas, Texas, with road frontage on FM 1716 and FM 782 for all weather access.Improvements: Located on the southcentral portion of the ranch, a historic farmhouse containing ~1,964+/- square feet of living area pays tribute to a ranching legacy. The home was constructed in 1928 per records held by the Rusk County Appraisal District. While the home is in need of repair, utilities are directed to the home site providing an opportunity to remodel for a primary or secondary residence.Trees, grass, forbs: Wildhorse Ranch's fertile, sandy loam soils foster two improved hay pastures located on the west side of the ranch. The center and east side of the ranch consists of native hardwood timber and towering plantation Pine. A recent timber cruise was conducted yielding 183+/- acres of timber valued at over $197,000. Native forbs and browse are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife.Water: There are two ponds currently located on the west side of the ranch. With multiple split finger draws in the central and eastern portion of the ranch, it is believed that numerous additional ponds could be created throughout the ranch. One of the draws with water development potential appears to have a natural spring running from south to north on the eastern most draw. For family's desiring a lake house/ranch combination this could be a great fit. The ranch is located minutes south of the private shoreline of Lake Cherokee giving buyers the opportunity to have the best of both hunting and water sports!Topography: The ranch boasts particularly good rolling to sloped terrain with almost ~100 feet of elevation change across the ranch. The undulating scenic trails through the towering Pines is a pure East Texas feel. Such diversity offers the landowner several options for potential pond/small lake site development.Wildlife and fisheries: This ranch has not been hunted in recent years. There is an abundance of deer in this part of Rusk County. Fishing opportunities may exist in the scenic ponds located on the property.Hay Production: This ranch offers two improved pastures yielding ~40 acres of grass that have been fertilized and managed for optimum production.Minerals: Surface onlyEasements: Multiple pipelines easements traverse the east side of ranch operated by Atmos Energy and Rock Cliff Energy. These easements act as good access points/trails or shooting lanes throughout the ranch. An electric transmission runs through the west side of the ranch.Regional Airport: East Texas Regional Airport (GGG) is a full service regional airport located approximately ~ 10 minutes north of the ranch gate. The airport features regional flights and for private aircraft two runways being 10,000' & 6,109' in length.Utilities: Electricity runs from the east boundary into the home site on the property and from the northwest quadrant across the ranch to the northeast corner. Rural water supply is plumbed to the home.Property Taxes: Wildhorse Ranch is not currently Agriculture Exemption. Taxes for 2019 were $9,759.19.Schools: Henderson Independent School DistrictPrice: $3,200 per acre ($1,031,878.40)Contact:Stephen Schwartz - Agent, 903-738-7882Casey Berley - Broker, 214-422-7253Cash McWhorter - Broker, 469-222-4076
$748,380  •  84 acres
Overview: Triple B Ranch is a beautiful 84+/- acre turnkey combination property nestled in a highly desirable area of southeastern Upshur County. The property is well-watered and consists of incredible rolling pastures, scattered hardwood timber, several ponds and creeks, and an excellent balance of ranching and recreational attributes. The ranch is perfectly suited to run cattle or raise hay with fertile pastures and abundant water, while offering plenty of recreational opportunities as well. Surrounded by similar properties, and within close proximity of town, this property provides an opportunity for a private yet convenient home place.Location: Triple B Ranch is located approximately 9 miles southeast of Gilmer, Texas, with road frontage on FM 726 for all weather access. The property is also conveniently located only 8 miles from Longview and only 127 miles east of Dallas.Improvements: The ranch features a 4 bed, 3 bath, 2,250 SF (living) Satterwhite log home tucked away in a private secluded location, overlooking a spring-fed pond. The two-story home is well-maintained and move-in ready with a new roof (2019) and a new 3.5-ton heat pump(2019). The home features a wrap-around porch which provides absolute protection to the log home's exterior and provides shade all throughout the day. The home is energy efficient and boasts high-speed internet, rural water supply and conventional septic. Along with the house is a large barn for livestock, several other outbuildings convenient for storage, and a set of pipe working pens and corrals. The home is secured by an automatic electric gate at the entrance and the entire property is fenced and cross-fenced for cattle.Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch's fertile, sandy loam soils foster Coastal and Common Bermuda pastures which are dominate to native grasses on the property. Tree cover consists of scattered hardwoods and pine including a variety of oaks, elm, black gum, hickory, black walnut, sycamore, and some pine. Native forbs and browse are also plentiful along the wood lines and creeks and provide ample habitat for wildlife.Water: The property is well watered with a nice, fully stocked ~1.3 ac pond, located directly behind the home with another ~0.5 ac spring-fed pond that drains into it. There is an additional ~0.1 ac stock pond in the SW pasture for livestock and a spring-fed ~0.66 ac pond in the SE portion of the ranch near Bog Creek. Approximately 1,215' of Bog Creek runs through the SE corner of the property with ~2,750' of an unnamed creek runs through the central portion of the property feeding two of the ponds. There are also two additional pond sites available if the buyer desires to add more water in the future.Topography: Beautiful rolling to sloped terrain spans the property with approximately 60 feet of elevation change providing several scenic views, while the timber maintains privacy from most any direction. The majority of the pastures are all well drained and can easily be traversed providing plenty of opportunity for hay production. Such diversity offers the landowner countless options for additional building locations for an additional home site and endless recreational opportunities. Approximately 12+/- acres are within he FEMA floodplain in the SE corner along Bog Creek.Wildlife and fisheries: This property has not been hunted in recent years, however there is an abundance of deer in this part of Upshur County that frequent the property and plenty of other wildlife species including waterfowl for recreational enjoyment. Fishing can be enjoyed from the ponds which sit below the home on the western portion of the property.Livestock/hay production: Triple B Ranch is almost a perfect 50/50 mix of heavy native timber and improved pasture. The property will likely support 20-30 AU's depending on how the pastures are grazed and maintained. The last several years, the property has been lightly grazed and continuously improved for productivity. The pastures have been cleaned, grubbed, and replanted for maximum production.Minerals: Surface only.Easements: One easement for an electric line and two easements for natural gas lines.Utilities: UREC Electricity runs along the western boundary, providing the property with power. ETEX fiber optic cable provides high speed internet. Glenwood Water Supply provides the water for the home and improvements. Ameri-Tex provides the trash pick-up service. There is also a shallow well that is adequate for irrigation and an additional source of water for livestock. The pump will need to be replaced, but all other items are in place for complete use.Property Taxes: 2019 Taxes were $2,112. The majority of the property has an Ag ExemptionSchools: Gilmer ISD (Union Grove ISD and Longview Christian School are other viable options as well)Price: $748,380 ($8,909/acre)Contact: Stephen Schwartz - Agent, 903-738-7882Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.
$995,000  •  20.68 acres
Overview: Noonday Estate is a beautiful 20.683+/- acre turnkey property nestled in a highly desirable area of western Harrison County. The property consists of a large custom log home overlooking incredible rolling pastures, scattered timber, a nice pond, and plenty of room to relax after a long day. The farm is perfectly suited to run cattle, horses, or raise hay with the fertile pastures, high quality fencing, and abundant water. Surrounded by similar properties, and within close proximity of town, this property provides an opportunity for a private yet convenient homestead.Location: Noonday is located approximately 6.5 miles north of Hallsville, Texas, with road frontage on Noonday Road for all weather access. The property is also conveniently located only 6.5 miles from Longview, 13 miles from Marshall, and only 130 miles east of Dallas, all within the highly desirable Hallsville ISD.Improvements: Over 600' of paved concrete driveway leads to the crown jewel of the property; the custom log home is comprised of 3,682 SF of living space and 6,223 SF under roof. The home sits on top of a hill overlooking the surrounding countryside and is outfitted with a Generac backup generator and a security system. The home has been updated throughout over the years to maintain a more modern appeal.The 4 bed, 5 bath, two-story home was built by award winning builder, Scott Hamilton, and thoughtfully laid out and customized, sparing no expense. All 3 guest rooms have new carpet and each bath has been recently updated with granite, tile and new Kohler toilets. Two hot water heaters service the home, along with two new energy efficient A/C units. In the kitchen you'll find Dacor Appliances, granite counters, custom Ash cabinets, two ovens, an ice maker, a GE Monogram vent hood covering the gas/electric stove top, and a large walk-in pantry. The 24' tall ceilings in the main living area showcase the custom river rock fireplace. The large living space can be arranged in a myriad of ways to incorporate large gatherings or provide separate sitting areas, all with views of the surrounding landscape. Both front and back porches offer a wonderful place to sit and drink a morning cup of coffee or relax after a long day. These porches create a really nice space to accommodate large gatherings for birthdays or holidays.Over 1,800' of pipe fencing surrounds the home and leads up to the steel framed 2,380' SF shop which has 4 roll-up doors, a tack room, three 12'x12' horse stalls with turnouts, and a 24'x12' loft for storage. The shop was well-built by Hendrix & Arp and features water and electricity, electric overhead doors, and floor drains for convenience.There is also a 42'x24' steel framed hay barn with concrete floors and is outfitted for utilities if ever needed. The barn will hold 60 large round bales and has a 12'x12' roll-up door. Centrally located between all three pastures is a set of Allen heavy duty panels and a squeeze chute setup for working cattle. For inclement weather there is also a 24'x12' lean-to in the north pasture for livestock to seek shelter in.Trees, grass, forbs: The ranch's fertile, sandy loam soils foster Coastal and Common Bermuda pastures which are dominate to native grasses on the property. Tree cover consists of scattered hardwoods and pine which helps provide privacy to the house.Water: The property has a 480' deep well with incredible drinking water and is outfitted with a 5 HP pump to service the improvements and the two sprinkler systems. The water is some of the best well water we've ever encountered and is reminiscent of Wood County water with no odor or after taste. The property also features a nice ~0.47 ac pond in the west pasture and the house pasture features a water trough to ensure livestock have access to water.Topography: Beautiful rolling to sloped terrain spans the property with approximately 60 feet of elevation change providing several scenic views, while the timber maintains privacy around the home. The majority of the pastured areas are all well drained and can easily be traversed providing plenty of opportunity for hay production.Livestock/hay production: The majority of Noonday Estate is in improved or native pasture. The property currently supports 6-8 AU's with plenty of room for more. The last several years, the livestock were moved to the pasture just south of the house for a short time period while the west and north pastures were mowed for hay. The pastures have been sprayed and fertilized for maximum productivity. The property is fenced and cross-fenced with either pipe or 5 & 6-strand barbed wire, with an electric wire running the entire west and north boundaries.Minerals: Surface only.Easements: One easement along south property line for West Harrison Water Supply.Utilities: UREC Electricity runs underground to the house and well. A deep water well provides the drinking water. The well is 480' deep with a 5 HP pump and also supplies the water for irrigation around the improvements. The house also has a 500 gallon propane tank to supply the generator, cooktop, and fireplace. West Harrison WS available on southwest side of property if needed.Property Taxes: Ask Broker for details.Schools: Hallsville ISDPrice: $995,000Contact:Stephen Schwartz- Agent903-738-7882 mobileBroker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.
$435,700  •  101 acres
Location: Harrison Timberland 101 is located approximately 1.5 miles southeast of Harleton, Texas on Old Hwy 154 and FM 2208. The property is also conveniently located only 13 miles from Marshall, 20 miles from north Longview, and only 143 miles east of Dallas.Overview: Harrison Timberland 101 is a nicely timbered 101+/- acre property located in a desirable area in northern Harrison County. The property consists of rolling hills, planted pine timber, and a stocked 3.3+/- acre pond. Surrounded by similar landscape and only 10 miles from Lake 'O the Pines, recreational opportunities abound both on and off the property. In addition to recreation, there are several excellent building sites on the property that would make for a great homesite, or multiple home sites for the new owner.Improvements: This is an excellent opportunity for a new owner to come in and make this property their own. There are no structural improvements making this a blank slate for the new owner to develop to their liking.Trees, grass, forbs: This area of Harrison County is known for its sandy loam soils which serve well for productive pastures, food plots, and timber alike. This property features ~30 acres of mature, planted loblolly pine timber. A portion of the timber was selectively harvested in certain areas three years ago providing a more scenic view of the lake and allowing the remaining area the opportunity to be replanted or developed. The timber that remains is healthy and viable, providing quality habitat for wildlife and future income potential. Tree cover consists of a healthy stand of both older and younger hardwoods including a variety of oaks, hickory, black gun, elm, willow, river birch, and some native pine and planted pine. Native forbs and browse such as pokeweed, beautyberry, trumpet creeper, and green briar are also plentiful and provide robust habitat for wildlife.Water: The property has a 3.3+/- acre pond with an unnamed creek feeding it and traversing the property that serves well for waterfowl in the fall and fishing year-round. The property is also located well within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer making drinking water very accessible from a well.Topography: Rolling to sloped terrain with over 120 feet of elevation change provide a scenic view, especially from S/SE portion of the property. The open areas could easily be turned into pasture or a building site given the new owner wanted to develop it a bit more. Such diversity offers the landowner countless options for recreational opportunities and development opportunities.Wildlife and fisheries: This property has been lightly hunted in recent years, and with a little work, the new owner could certainly have a place to enjoy a multitude of recreation. There is an abundance of deer in this part of Harrison County and plenty of other wildlife species including waterfowl for recreational enjoyment. The lake fishes well for bass, crappie, bream and catfish and is easily accessible from most all sides.Easements: There is one electric line easement along the north portion of the property.Minerals: Ask Broker for detailsUtilities: Upshur Rural Electric & Co-op water available along west boundary.Property Taxes: Harrison Timberland 101 carries an agricultural exemption. Ask Broker for detailsSchools: Harleton ISDPrice: $435,700 ($4,313.86/acre)Contact:Stephen Schwartz - Agent903-738-7882 mobileBroker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.
$658,000  •  117 acres
Pine Hill Ranch is a beautiful 117.5+/- acre combination ranch nestled in a highly desirable area of western Harrison County. The property consists of incredible rolling pastures, multiple ponds, scattered hardwood timber, and an excellent balance of ranching and recreational attributes.  The ranch
Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC

Stephen Schwartz
10711 Preston Road, Suite 240
Dallas, TX 75230

Mobile: 903-738-7882
Office: 4692224076