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$2,200,000  •  311 acres
OVER ONE MILE OF RIVER FRONTAGE! This is a special place along the South Fork of the Trinity River surrounded by the Six Rivers National Forest. With approximately 300 acres of tall timber, meandering meadows, and plentiful wildlife, this property inspires awe. Watch light from the setting sun reflected on the forested mountainside. Listen to the music of an enchanting, wild river. As the cornerstone of the property, the river access, and 3 separate, unique beaches provide privacy and warm-water swimming holes that rejuvenate the body and soothe the soul. The improvements include two modern houses with their own 48-volt solar systems and plentiful water from Ammon Creek before flowing into the Trinity. The houses afford both comfort and rustic class and offer complimentary attributes. One home has a large sleeping loft and screened eating porch thoughtfully designed for function and aesthetics. The other home is engineered to be cool with its thick concrete slab foundation and built-in radiant heat tile floors for the colder months. The screened outside eating area with a hand-crafted Argentinian grill complements the functional yet modern design. There is also a small meditation or sleeping hut overlooking the river, allowing for privacy and relaxation. There are two access roads to the property. The current main access road is through the neighboring USFS land and behind a locked gate for added privacy. The other is the famous "Broken Bridge" as it is known to locals. The bridge could be rebuilt should the new owners desire a quicker route to town. The South Fork of the Trinity is undammed and pure, providing warm and calm waters in the summer and wild rushing splendor in the winter. This property makes a great family compound, wilderness retreat, and hunting and fishing treasure. Seize this unique opportunity to own a legendary wilderness river property. A magical place like this is a once-in-a-lifetime find. Property Highlights: • 300 +/- acres on the South Fork of Trinity River • 2 newer homes (1500 sq ft & 1800 sq ft) • Excellent water - Ammon Creek riparian rights • Private beaches & swimming/fishing holes • Two access roads to the property • Screened dining rooms at each house • Argentina-style BBQ pit • Diverse topography: River, Forest, Creek, & Meadows • 2 separate 48-volt solar systems
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$999,000  •  49 acres
$1,300,000
This Mini Ranch has all the bells and whistles: 5 bedroom/2 bath home includes a newly remodeled kitchen with a vintage cook stove and amazing rock fireplace, open beam ceilings, a large home office, and an "old school" basement. Outside living area features include a screened-in porch, multiple decks, and patios, with a fully fenced yard. The three-car detached garage and the 30x50 Quonset metal building provide plenty of room for toys and equipment. The abundant water (well @ 15 GPM) sustains the large garden, many fruit trees, and grapes. There are also year-round and seasonal ponds. Power is supplied by a new solar system augmented with a hydroelectric system when water is plentiful plus a backup generator if needed. Access to USFS land from the well established interior road and trail system within the ranch. Plenty of gently sloped pasture with oak, madrone, and for interspersed among the property. Live off the grid, with all the comforts of the city with good cell and internet service. Property Highlights: • 49 Acres with easy access • 5 BR / 2 BA 3,000 sq. ft. ranch house • Excellent water - spring, ponds & 15 GPM well • Fully fenced perimeter • Large garden, orchard & mature grapevines • Completely remodeled home with extensive rock work • Full basement • 30 x 50 metal barn • 3 car detached garage • Excellent interior road and trails • Gently rolling pastures
$1,850,000  •  1 acres
Commonly known as “The Birthplace of Eagle Lake”, the Farris Hotel 1912 was built to be a site for rail travelers and businessmen alike to rest their heads in the early 1900’s. Formerly named “The Dallas Hotel”, the building was originally the social and business center of the town and hosted guests to the likes of the Rockefellers, Conway Twitty, and T.G. Shepherd. Throughout the years, the red-bricked structure with a wrap-around covered porch has been meticulously restored and its Beaux Arts style maintained. In 2017, the hotel was converted into a private residence by an individual passionate about history and the legacy that the hotel brings to the town. The grounds are approximately one acre in the historic downtown of Eagle Lake at the corner of Post Office and McCarty. The first floor of the hotel consists of a loaded commercial kitchen that has everything a chef would need to feed a full house, a banquet hall that can host a large gathering or event, his and hers commercial bathrooms, a sizable meeting room, a “front of house” office, and a barroom complete with a separate bar-back room. The hotel's second floor boasts twelve guest rooms, ten and a half bathrooms, a utility room, a washroom, a storage closet, and a grand living area. Attached to the living area is a hall that leads to a delightful terrace where guests can catch some fresh air. The sizable courtyard outside connects the hotel to a greenhouse. Adjacent to the courtyard is “the back yard” which contains a concrete drive that directs you straight to a newly built saloon worthy of hosting large parties and events. This property has limitless potential to be converted back into a hotel, a wedding venue, or events space. Call or email us today for more information! The Farris Hotel 1912 is in the heart of Eagle Lake’s historic downtown at Post Office and McCarty and approximately 68 miles WSW of downtown Houston.