Denning Pines Properties offers six individual tracts varying from 6 to 326 acres in size. The options are endless, whether you are looking for a 6-acre homestead, 100 acres for hunting and recreation, or over 300 acres of timberland.
In the heart of East Texas, a little town called San Augustine lies between Sam Rayburn Reservoir and Toledo Bend Reservoir. Just 9 miles outside of San Augustine, these tracts have quick access to State Highway 21. Only 30 miles from Nacogdoches, Texas's oldest town, offers small-town shopping and the campus of Stephen F. Austin State University. Axe 'em, Jacks! A number of timber mills, including Georgia Pacific (Pineland), Georgia Pacific (Corrigan), Angelina Forest Products (Lufkin), Cal-Tex Lumber (Nacogdoches), and Roy O Martin (Corrigan), are all within a 90-mile radius of the property, giving timberland buyers security in their investment.
County Road 255 is a county-maintained gravel road just one mile south of State Highway 21, a state-maintained paved highway that runs from Nacogdoches to San Augustine. The availability of utilities is unknown and will need to be verified by the buyer. There are power poles along CR 255 just north of the tracts. Directions to the tracts: From State Highway 21 near Denning, TX, turn south on CR 256. In ½ mile, turn south on CR 255. The property begins ½ mile on CR 255.
Residential real estate, small acreage investment, recreational use, hunting/wildlife management, and timber production are all in play here, with induvial tract sizes available from 6 to 326 acres. There are 467 acres in total available.
The primary timber types are young pine plantations planted in 2015 and 2020. Stream Side Management Zone (SMZ) hardwood corridors are breaking up the young plantations, giving a mosaic appearance. The young plantations are second generation loblolly seedlings planted at 605 trees per acre with a site preparation regime of a chemical application and prescribed burning.