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$6,722,900  •  851 acres
Location: Hidden Oaks Ranch is located approximately 2 hours SE of Dallas, TX., less than one mile from Beckville, TX. and 9.5 miles from Carthage, TX. The property is short one-hour drive to Tyler, TX. Overview: Hidden Oaks Ranch is a stunning 851 +/- acre property on the east side of Martin Lake in a desirable area of Panola County. The property exhibits an excellent combination of ranching and recreational features. Notable features include rolling pastures, heavy timber, and abundant water sources. Pristine plantation pines and hardwood timber cover most of the property, with 144.5 +/- acres of improved pastures. Land stewardship for the future landowner may lend well to recreation, timber production and livestock/hay production. Improvements: This reclaimed land allows the future landowner to customize the property as they wish. Some notable improvements include approx. 11.7 +/- miles of well-maintained and all-weather roads and trails, some fencing and cross fencing, and gates surrounding the property. Trees, grasses, and forbs: The ranch boasts rich, high-quality soil that supports a diverse blend of hardwoods and upland timber along with a pine plantation covering most of the property- spanning approximately 625 acres. Different hardwoods include swamp chestnut, white oak, cherry bark oak, burr oak, willow oak, water oak, nuttal, shumard among other red oak varieties, sawtooth oak, black walnut, and hickory. Other species of trees consist of an abundance of loblolly pines, bald cypress in wetland areas, and a mix of willow, dogwoods, sycamore, black and sweet gum, birch, elm, and some cedar. With the average age of the timber being approximately 20 years old, timber thinning/production may present a potential future income source for the landowner. The dense tree coverage enhances recreational opportunities and provides privacy, contributing to the property's overall visual appeal. The timber was thoughtfully planted in a way that is both productive for each species and beneficial for wildlife. The hardwoods and drainages provide contiguous travel corridors for deer and the pines have been planted for both aesthetics and future income. Throughout the ranch, Coastal Bermuda and native grasses flourish; while 144.5 +/- acres of improved pastures yield robust grass production, fencing, and cross-fencing suited for prospective livestock and hay production. Water: The ranch has five different bodies of water totaling over 35 acres of surface water. Ponds range from 3.12 +/- to 10.8 +/- acres providing excellent watering resources for livestock, wildlife and various recreational opportunities such as waterfowl hunting and fishing. The property also contains over 4 +/- miles of streams and channels running through the north and south end connecting multiple bodies of water. Topography: The terrain of Hidden Oaks Ranch features rolling topography with limited floodplain, facilitating convenient ATV access via well-maintained roads. This provides the landowner with practical functionality and creates beautiful landscapes. Elevation changes approximately 140 feet with the highest elevation on the property being just above 440 ASL, gently sloping down to just below 300 ASL on the northwest end. Wildlife and Fisheries: Hunting has been restricted on the property for the past 50 +/- years creating a safe haven for wildlife. The ranch has a notable populous of wildlife including white-tail deer, hogs and varmints. This region of Panola County is respected for its abundant whitetail deer population. The high-quality water sources and fertile wetlands provide ideal habitat for migratory ducks during the fall and winter seasons. Excellent fishing opportunities abound! Easements: There are easements for oil/gas transfer and electric line easements that affect the property. Utilities: AEP/Swepco provides the electricity along Hwy. 149 and CR 257. Rural water may be accessed via the city of Beckville Water Department. Fiber optic service may be available through AT&T and ETX on the west side of Hwy. 149 along the east boundary of the property. Minerals: Surface only. There are oil and gas production sites located on the property. Property Taxes: To Be Determined Schools: Beckville ISD Price: $6,722,900 ($7,900 per acre) Stephen Schwartz- Agent (903) 738-7882 mobile stephen@ Casey Berley, ALC- Broker (214) 422-7253 mobile casey@ Cash McWhorter- Broker/Partner (469) 222-4076 mobile cash@
$3,250,000  •  742.48 acres
Just east of Carthage, TX sits The Pines of Deadwood Ranch offering variety, opportunity, and rarity. The entrance takes you down a gravel driveway and leads you to the 2300± Sq. Ft. home with 19ft ceilings, open concept, and beautiful craftsmanship including steel core construction and hand sawn wood on the interior. The home offers modern amenities with 3 bedrooms, a loft, and 2 bathrooms. The front and back porch are both full length and covered to provide the perfect space for enjoying the outdoors. Across the driveway sits a 24’x30′ barn, built in ’09, fully insulated gravel floors, and an attached covered carport providing space for ATV’s, tractors, and a workshop! The 742+ acres offer an abundance of wildlife, water features, and timber production. There are 5 stands and fenced-in feeders for the upcoming hunting season. This property is just East of the Sabine River, and with a creek bisecting the tract, it only adds to the attraction. With over 2 miles of internal roads and creek crossings, you’re able to cruise throughout the variety of managed timber stands. This property truly offers it all.