Trinity Forest is a historic and intensively managed forestry property with healthy varying ages of pine plantations and intermittent stream-side management zones (SMZ’s) along creek drains. Excellent public road frontage and access with excellent internal road system for forestry operations and recreation. Well located for access to forest product mills ensuring top prices.
Trinity Forest is located in the southern half of Trinity County, Texas between Lake Livingston and the Davy Crockett National Forest bordering the southern limits of Groveton, Texas
Extensive frontage on SH 94 (a state maintained paved highway) and Fountain Creek Road (a county maintained rock rd.). Additional county maintained access frontage along Sonny Thornton Road and two other points of gated access at the end of Joe Hudson Road and an unnamed county road near the Trinity County Park from SH 94. See maps below.
Electricity & community water on SH 94 (availability & location subject to confirmation).
Upland pine plantations of varying age classes bisected by Caney Creek and associated tributaries comprising stream side management zones (SMZ’s) of primarily native hardwoods with pine. Rolling topographical elevations ranging from 362 FT. to 187 Ft. Good drainage with no portions of the property situated within the floodplain according to GIS and FEMA mapping.
Native species of whitetail deer, wild hogs, turkey, coyotes, fox, squirrels, etc…. Trinity Forest is under lease for hunting/recreation to two hunt clubs and is Texas Parks & Wildlife MLD 3 permitted. The whitetail deer population is managed for gender balance and superior genetics. The Trinity County area/region annually produces native whitetail buck deer scoring in excess of the 160 Boone & Crockett scoring measure. Caney Creek and its tributaries ensure an excellent quality and year round water source as well as habitat for native riverine species.
Oil & gas minerals have been reserved by prior owners. Other reservations subject to title and/or sellers contract when applicable.
D. Sepulveda A-41, M. B. Cruz A-15, J. Hanley A-21, W. Ottivell A-464, J. Deen A-166&170, A. Cato A-145, W. A. Boon A-122, J. C. Anderson A-896, S A & M G RR Co. A-575, Trinity County, TX
Size is approximate & subject to recorded legal description or surveyed gross acres to include, but not be limited to, any acres lying within roads & easements.
Expense subject to negotiation. Seller requires use of Seller's preferred surveyor/ Title Company.
Marked and/or apparent in the field.
Visible & apparent... and/or noted on plats.
Dean Cemetery and 1 unnamed cemetery. Location map available.
Buyer &/or agents must notify HomeLand Properties of intent to view/tour & make advance appointment. Minimum of 24 hours notice. Buyers must be accompanied by broker/agent. Tract is leased for hunting (to be canceled or assigned upon a sale). SELLER UTILIZES THEIR OWN CONTRACT TO BE PROVIDED UPON A MUTUALLY ACCEPTABLE OFFER. "ALL SALES ARE SUBJECT TO INVESTMENT COMMITTEE APPROVAL AND ALSO SELLER APPROVAL PRIOR TO CONTRACT EXECUTION."
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