LOOK: Spectacular Views from $3.5 Million Sabine County, TX Home
Deep in the woods of the Sabine National Forest, just a few miles east of the San Augustine County line, a 3600 square-foot home sits atop a secluded hilltop overlooking a vast expanse of serene woodlands. That home along with 457 acres is listed for $3.5 million.
What Comes With That Price Tag?
The main home has a modern, industrial look to it, perhaps a little out of the ordinary of its deep forest setting. But, the main areas of the home are built upon the second floor of the structure to allow for the best viewing of the far and wide rolling landscape.
Much of the surrounding timber is in a pine plantation setting, while other acreage is in a mixed-hardwood forest.
Do You Like Fishing or Hunting?
Two of the best fishing lakes in America are nearby (Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend), but this property features a quarter-acre pond along with a huge 10-acre lake that is fully stocked with perch, hybrid bluegill, coppernose, and black crappie. The small pond is outfitted with a pier, fountain and lights.
Deer are also known to frequent the grounds. 15 hunting stands & feeders are positioned throughout the property for sportsmen using guns or bows. The elevation of the land provides a sanctuary for the wildlife.
Five miles of developed roads, trails and hunting lanes wind through this paradise, easily accessing unparalleled and unlimited chances for those seeking solitude or adventure. An expansive shop and a well-appointed lodge are included.
The property is listed by Alison Elliott through Kuper Sotheby's It'l Rlty. Find out more here at homes.com.