This timberland property would be a great timber investment for the future. In the summer of 2010, 200 acres in the front of the property was harvested. There are mature trees in the back of the property, which are mostly pines, water oaks, and scattered magnolias. The recently harvested 200 acres is growing back naturally and very full. The height of the trees in the front range from 6-12 feet. Throughout the property there are cleared paths about 8-10 feet wide which makes it easier to get around the property. While the property grows back this tract would be a good hunting place. There are deer, hogs, and other vermin on the tract. Much of the property in the back is flooded timber in the winter, this would be a great place to build a waterfowl management area for duck hunting. With the current drainage there are several excellent spots that a "green" wetland unit could be put in to produce an excellent timber unit to hunt wood ducks and mallards. Also the recently cleared area could be made into a more open wetland unit to attract other puddle ducks. There are no fences around the property except for an interior fence dividing the neighbor in the middle from the surrounding property. The creek on the south property line divides the property from the neighboring tract.
The property in located east of Mauriceville, Texas at the end of N. Bilbo Road. It is about a 2 hour drive down i-10 from Houston and 30 minutes from Beaumont.
The owner has no minerals and there is no production on the property.
Property Presented By:
Republic Ranches Tallon Martin - Agent Office: 2816828638 PO Box 10048 College Station, Texas, 77842