Ace Plantation Estates offers eleven tracts that are 11.5 acres each that are perfect for the private landowner who desires their own ranchette style property nestled in the heart of East Texas in Polk County. Each tract is offered at $69,575.
Ace Plantation Estates is a non-platted subdivision offering several 11.5-acre private residential tracts. These tracts have been surveyed and divided out from a large parent timber tract. The small town of Ace offers a recreational park and playground less than a mile from the subdivision. Polk County offers fishing and recreational activities along the Trinity River. The Lake Livingston State Park is only a 23-mile drive from the property. Access to the Greater Houston Area is less than a one-hour commute for those working in Houston but seeking a country living lifestyle.
Each tract has ample road frontage along Gibson Road, a county-maintained gravel/dirt road in the front, and is bordered by Williams Creek in the back. Power is available through Sam Houston Electric at the buyer’s expense along Gibson Road.
Directions to the tracts from State HWY 146, turn west on HWY 2610. In 2.8 miles, turn left on Tullos Loop Rd. At the corner of Tullos Loop Rd and Gibson Rd, continue straight. The property will be on the left side.
Sitting between large timbered tracts to the east and west, Ace Plantation Estates provides a quiet setting for a private landowner to create a homestead or establish an investment property. The limited deed restrictions allow for farm and ranch-style living, while the abundant pine trees on the property allow for privacy from all sides. The property is bordered on the east side by Williams Creek, a perennial creek that offers cool flowing water during most times of the year.
Ace Plantation Estates offers timber investment potential if desired. The property consist of a 7-year-old planted pine plantation that is fully stocked and well managed. The pine plantation will be ready for a commercial first thinning in the year 2029 if kept in a timber management program. The streamside management zone (SMZ) along Williams Creek offers a mixture of mature pine and hardwoods.