Ask Coy Romine
Now more than ever, it’s important to find pockets of peace in your day and in your life. In these uncertain times, the world can feel overwhelming. Take a breath and retreat to paradise.
What might this look like? Use your more than 800 acres for biking, hiking, fishing, four wheeling, bird watching, and other recreational activities. Take a walk (or swim!) along your nearly two miles of San Jacinto river frontage. Admire the beautiful pines and old hardwoods. Explore the magnificent timberland, lakes and ponds, and look out for whitetail deer and other wildlife. Here, you can create a getaway for your family and friends to enjoy for years to come.
No fundamental changes to existing land use. The seller asks that this “piece of paradise” be preserved, perhaps by creating your own Texas Land Conservatory. There are potential tax benefits.
This property is 100% in the flood plain and is not suitable for development.
Directions: 7 miles east of I45 on the Grand Parkway.
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Listed By: Richard Gaul of National Land Realty - (281) 475-5111