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$3,000,000  •  252 acres
Greer Farm Description: Greer Farm is currently being run as a 252+/- acres "farm to table" and cabin rental business outside of Daingerfield, Texas. A short drive from the metroplex of Dallas, and city of Shreveport, visitors of the property say there is no better cure for the city blues than Greer Farm - all your worries disappear the moment you enter the front gate. The property has so much to offer with a private lake, lakeside cabins, an expansive main residence, a fruit orchard, and livestock facilities. Escape the city and come see the tranquil oasis of Greer Farm. Location: The Greer Farm is located near Dangerfield, Texas, in Morris County. Just a modest drive away from Dallas, TX, and Shreveport, LA. It is a 2.5 hour drive from Dallas, and a 1.5 hour drive from Shreveport. Main Residence: The main residence on Greer Farm holds a lot of history. A classic farmhouse that has been in the family for years, the home began being restored in '94. An expanded floor plan was added to the original structure. Walking into the threshold, it appears to be a regular two story home. Upon entry you will find the foyer, living area, kitchen and stairs that lead to the upper level bedrooms. As you journey through the house you will find that it expands to an additional open living area, large office, and master bedroom. In total, the house has 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths and 2 half baths. In the master bedroom, you will find a walk-in closet that also serves as a tornado shelter. All of the bedrooms from the original build have gas heat. A unique factor about this home is the three fireplaces and four air conditioning systems throughout. Although it underwent renovation and additions, the home owners wanted to preserve some of the original qualities, such as original flooring in the first established build. The kitchen is designed for cooking and entertaining large groups and has held many cooking classes. There are spacious cabinets, large sinks, and expansive counter space including an island. After exploring the interior of the home, you can head outside to discover many areas to relax. With doors on all sides of the house, one can enjoy Greer Farm from any vantage point. The porch is a covered wrap-a-round, and there are three additional patios. You can enjoy the fresh air or a morning cup of coffee just steps away from either the master bedroom, living room, or kitchen. Cabins: Greer Farm is currently renting out their lakeside cabins, alongside their farm to table services. There are four log cabins. Each cabin welcomes you with a covered porch with overhead fan, kitchenette, en suite bathroom, living and sleeping area. They also each come with a Weber charcoal grill. The cabins overlook the private lake, great for fishing or kayaking. When staying in any of the four cabins, you are steps away from the water's edge. Enjoy the view on the front porch, lake dock, or firepit - sipping a cool drink, as the sun sets over the lake. Additional Buildings: A 2-bedroom converted barn loft is also on the property. Complete with a living space, spiral staircase to the upper-level bedroom, kitchenette and bathroom. The other side of the barn is a large storage area for products and miscellaneous farm equipment. It also has several refrigerators to keep cold items. A storage shed on the property has been updated and renovated into a commercial-grade kitchen. It includes: Stainless steel gas and oven range Stainless steel refrigerator 3 bay sink Hand washing station Prep space Bathroom Water: Directly in front of the four cabins is the private 11-acre lake. Greer Farm visitors are fond of the lake and spend their time on paddle boats, kayaks, jon boats, canoes and paddle boards. There is a dock on the lake that is the perfect spot to drop a line and reel in one of the giant catfish or bass swimming by. An avid angler has a good chance at catching a trophy bass along the shoreline as well. The Greer Farm current record is 13 pounds! Fruit Orchard: In 2005 400 blueberry and 800 blackberry plants were planted on Greer Farm in an area of land that is now an established fruit orchard. Fig trees and plums were additionally planted near the main residence on a separate portion of the property. In 2006, 2,400 more blueberry plants were put in - and in 2007, 500 Austin Blueberries were incorporated into the orchard. In 2014, an additional 1,300 blackberry plants joined the field and 1,500 more were added in 2015. Alongside the berries one can find apples, pears and a variety of other fruits among the orchard. Farm Life: There is no shortage of farm animals that roam the Greer Farm. From chickens, geese, pigs, cattle, horses and goats. You can even find a peacock and zebra in the mix. As a part of the farm to table business, Greer Farm currently offers farm-fresh eggs, and bulk beef and pork sales. Throughout the farm there are various housing / coverings for the farm animals, including a large chicken coop. Other: Bee Keeping for honey Topo Variance of 250', with elevation trails and lookout point
$855,500  •  245 acres
PRICE IMPROVEMENT! Overview: The Pines at Boggy Creek is an exceptionally well-timbered and well-watered recreational hunting property, located in the piney woods of NE Texas. The Morris County property is a part of the old, well-managed timber tract and comes with a nice mix of native timber, upland pine and bottomland hardwoods. The 245+/- acres boast perennial streams, a wide variety of mature hardwoods, managed plantation pine, and diverse plant life providing exceptional hunting opportunities for deer, hogs, waterfowl and turkey optimal. Location: The property is located ~8 miles south of the quaint town of Daingerfield, Texas. From Dallas, the drive is ~ 120 +/- miles (2 hr. 15 min); from Longview, the drive is ~35 miles (less than 45 min.). Improvements: There is a modest deer camp in the central portion of the property. Aside from the camp house, the property is a blank canvas for new owners to make their own. Timber: The Pines at Boggy Creek features 105+/- acres of managed loblolly pines located along the upland portions of the property. Running through the middle is a vast stand of old-growth hardwoods and mixed timber. This area is a classic hardwood bottom with a fairly clean understory and littered with White Oaks and other mast-producing hardwoods. The layout of the stands provides a unique and diverse setting for recreation and hunting alike. A portion of the pine timber is 20+ years old and the remainder is approx. 12 years old. Aside from the timber, the property boasts an abundance of native browse in its understory beneficial for wildlife habitat and diversity. Surface Water: The property features abundant surface water including the 1.8+/- Ac. Slaton Lake, a 3+/- ac and 1.5+/- ac wetlands, and several other seasonal wetlands and sloughs. Boggy Creeks runs for nearly a mile through the southwestern portion of the property and along its western boundary. Three other seasonal and spring-fed creeks run across the property as well providing ample opportunity for one to develop managed wetlands for exceptional waterfowl habitat. Wildlife: In terms of wildlife The Pines at Boggy Creek has a lot to offer. The property is located in a very private setting providing an excellent opportunity to have a nice, quiet place to hunt and get away. The topography, diverse, and abundant cover provide an excellent habitat for deer growth. The phenomenal cover also provides a home for feral hogs, squirrels, and Eastern Turkeys. Eastern Turkeys have been released by TPWD and NWTF over the years on a neighboring ranch making an encounter very common when visiting the property. The property's water assets provide duck hunting opportunities as well. Topography: The topography is undulating throughout the ranch with significant elevation changes surrounding the creeks and ridges on the property. The ranch has a high point of ~330 feet above sea level and a low of ~240 feet above sea level. Easements: One electrical easement on the SW corner of the property. Utilities: Electricity is provided by Bowie-Cass Electric Cooperative. Taxes: The ranch has a timber management plan in place and has a timber Ag exemption. Minerals: No sub-surface minerals are owned by the seller. Contact: Stephen Schwartz - Agent, 903-738-7882 , stephen@ 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.