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We make the whole process super simple and we can complete your purchase in as little as 1 day.
Purchase Must Be Completed within 5 Calendar Days of the Date the Deposit is placed. A partial refund of $250 may be requested within 5 Calendar Days from the date of the deposit. After the 5th Calendar Day, all cancelled purchases will not be eligible for a refund.
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Please reference the LANDiO Property ID: TX_Harrison_00001
Gaze out across Texas most forested region, and experience all it has to offer. This lush 17.19-acre property in Harrison County, Texas features exceptional foliage for color, shade, and protection from the elements year-round. The active natural flowing creek makes this live water property even more desirable.
Northeastern Texas displays some of the state’s most stunning biodiversity. The famous Piney Woods Region boasts Maples, Pines, Oaks, Elms and more. Under the tall canopy of leaves, flowering dogwoods and flourishing dewberry plants add color and even a sweet treat straight from the vine.
Cleared trails make it easy to navigate throughout the property, including one that leads to the creek. The land also features the ideal balance of timbered acreage, grassy meadows, and a large cleared area that could be used for farming, ranching, home building, or other uses.
For easy access, the property has 580 feet of road frontage along the Northern boundary on Woodlawn Oaks Road with access to US Highway 59, which leads into the city of Marshall. Marshall is the proud County Seat and a Cultural and Educational Center of the Ark-La-Tex Region.
This beautiful undeveloped property with electricity access holds endless potential and versatility. The minimum dwelling size is 1,000 square feet. Although camping is not permitted on the property, manufactured homes are allowed and must be at least 12’ x 60.’ Livestock and Farming are also permitted.
Hunting, Fishing, & Outdoor Recreation
About 25 minutes away, navigate the calm tree-lined waters of Caddo Paddling Trail. The river route meanders down Big Cyprus Bayou and Haggarty Creek, emptying into Big Cyprus Bayou. Observe a variety of wildlife such as colorful waterfowl, beavers, nutria, and turtles as you paddle through the floodplains and bald Cyprus mazes.
Or, uncover the mysteries of breathtaking Caddo Lake. Steeped in rich native American history, Caddo Lake is the largest natural freshwater lake in the South. It’s also the one and only natural lake in Texas. The great mossy Cyprus trees, floating lily pads, and endless channels make it the perfect scene for tall tales and great exploration. Curiosity will keep you wondering what’s around the next bend. There are over 50 miles of channels to boat, canoe, or kayak.
Harrison County rests on top of the Haynesville Shale, and it consists of diverse forested wetlands, lake habitats, and hardwood forests. The fertile land, thick forests, and abundant water sources support a unique ecoregion teeming with species of fish, reptiles, mammals, and waterfowl.
The sloughs around Caddo Lake provide excellent opportunities for duck and goose hunting. Duck species include scaups, gadwall, blue-winged teal, mottled duck, and canvasback just to name a few. Or, go birdwatching for the beautiful white ibis, little blue heron, tricolored heron, roseate spoonbill, peregrine falcon, and bald eagle.
Harrison County is home to many larger game species as well. Hunting is permitted for alligator, javelina, white-tailed deer, and wild turkey. Get info on hunting seasons in Harrison County here, and learn more about Texas Hunting Permits here.
For the angler, the lakes and bayous abound with trophy-sized fish, such as crappie, catfish, several species of bass, and pickerel. The lakes, ponds, and bayous support over 70 species of fish! You’ll have opportunities for alligator sightings, too. Learn more about fishing Lake Caddo here.
This large wooded property is an East Texas treasure! Place a deposit today to make it yours.
Parcel Size: 17.19 Acres M/L
LANDiO Property ID: TX_Harrison_00001
Legal Description: Woodlawn Oaks, Lot 14-15
Property Taxes: $102.33 per year
Title: Free & Clear
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Elevation: 250 - 290 feet
GPS Coordinates: 32.676089, -94.337629 (Google Map)
Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest
14 minutes to Marshall, Texas : Population 23,000 (more info)
19 minutes to Caddo Lake State Park (more info)
19 minutes to Harleton, Texas : Population 2,100 (more info)
29 minutes to Lake O' the Pines (more info)
37 minutes to Daingerfield State Park (more info)
42 minutes to Barnwell Mountain Recreational Area (more info)
42 minutes to Longview, Texas : Population 82,000 (more info)
49 minutes to Shreveport, Louisiana : Population 192,000 (more info)
1 hour 4 minutes to Texarkana, Texas : Population 37,000 (more info)
1 hour 11 minutes to Tyler, Texas : Population 105,000 (more info)
1 hour 50 minutes to Sabine National Forest (more info)
2 hours 9 minutes to Davy Crockett National Forest (more info)
2 hours 33 minutes to Dallas, Texas : Population 1,340,000 (more info)
Visiting the Property
You are welcome to visit the property at your convenience while it is available.
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Northwest Corner: 32.676552, -94.339584 (Google Map)
Northeast Corner: 32.677825, -94.338493 (Google Map)
Southeast Corner: 32.675345, -94.335504 (Google Map)
Southwest Corner: 32.674016, -94.336231 (Google Map)
Center Point: 32.676089, -94.337629 (Google Map)