Approximately 524 acres of mostly level hardwood timberland, with exceptional frontage on US HWY 287, ACR 494, and ACR 493 in northwest Anderson County, just west of the community of Cayuga. Only five miles from the Richland Chamber Reservoir, and less than a mile from the Wildlife Management Area and the Trinity River. Mostly “oak flat,” the property is filled almost entirely with native oak species of mid-maturity age classes, and the associated yaupons, elms, wildrye, and other vegetation common to the area. No floodplain per FEMA mapping. Several small pools of water, some appear permanent. Native game abounds in the region and on the property. This great property is easy to own, easy to access, and a seemingly great value for the investor.
Offered in cooperation with Circle T Realty.
Just the Facts
- 524 acres more or less
- Reasonably priced at $2,550/acre
- Approximately 3,200’ of frontage on US HWY 287
- Approximately 1± mile of frontage on ACR 493
- Approximately 3,500’ of frontage on ACR 494
- Electricity on site
- Partially fenced
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