Pine Lakes Ranch
Size: 187+/- Acres
County: Morris County , Texas
Pine Lakes Ranch
186.872 +/- Acres
Morris County, TX
Overview: Pine Lakes Ranch is an exceptional 186 +/- acre recreational property, located in the piney woods of NE Texas. The Morris County ranch comes with well-built, modest amenities providing a turnkey recreational ranch for the future owner. The 186+/- acres boasts two lakes, a wide variety of hardwoods, mature loblolly pine, and diverse native plant life providing exceptional hunting opportunities for deer, eastern turkey, hogs, and waterfowl.
Located on the northwest corner of the ranch, overlooking the 8+ acre lake is the house surrounded by large hardwoods nestled in a park-like setting. The recreational possibilities are abundant on the ranch as it satisfies most year-round enthusiasts. Whether you’re fishing for bass or bream on the lake, riding ATV’s on the 4.5+ miles of established trails, hunting for deer, turkey or hog, or just relaxing by the fire, there’s always something to do no matter the season. The ranch is quiet and serene with privacy from all directions.
Location: Pine Lakes Ranch is conveniently located just 6 miles from Interstate 30 at 3823 County Road 3343 Omaha, TX and only ~15 miles east of Mount Pleasant. The drive is ~ 131 +/- miles (2 hr. 6 min) from Dallas.
Directions: From Dallas- take I-30 east for 124 miles then take exit 170 for FM 1993 in Morris County. Continue on to NE 34 for 3.1 miles and bear right onto County Road 3331 and head south for 1 mile until the road turns into County Road 3327 for 1.2 miles then turn left on County Road 3343 and follow along for 0.7 miles where Pine Lakes Ranch will be on the right.
Improvements: A gravel drive makes way to the 4 bed, 2 bath, 1,749SF home settled on a slight high point overlooking the 8+ acre lake on the northwest corner of the property. Hardwood trees and a park-like-setting surround the home that is welcoming for both the owners and visitors alike. The home is cozy and well-trimmed providing a comfortable getaway from the week’s hustle and bustle. The home features a multi-level layout, covered front porch, wood burning stove, central air/heat with room for everyone.
In addition to the house, there is a 30×40 wood-framed shop on a slab where there’s plenty of room for ATV’s, boats, hunting gear and tools. Extended from the shop is another 1,200SF concrete slab perfect for parking trailers and/or a guest’s RV.
The ranch also features additional homesite if the new owner would like to build additional structures overlooking either of the two lakes.
Surface Water: The ranch features a beautiful 8.1 +/- Acre lake, fully stocked with Florida Largemouth Bass, and Bluegill and Coppernose Bream. On the East side of the property you’ll find a 5.8+/- Acre lake also stocked the same as the larger lake. Both lakes have been managed by a reputable ranch pond & lake management company since they’ve been built (2006 & 2008 respectively) and currently receive 3-4 treatments a year to ensure the lakes maintain their maximum potential. This helps serve the owners and guests alike with year-round recreation and provides stunning views from the house. There are a few other potential lake locations located around the ranch if the future owner so desires to develop them.
Wildlife & Fisheries: The topography, diverse, and thick cover provides an excellent habitat for deer and other animals. The ranch features ~160 acres of timber, 50 acres of that being planted loblolly pine (planted in ~1999), along with rolling terrain and plenty of native forage for deer and other wildlife. The native timber consists of a variety of red oak, white oak, pine, elm, black gum, sweet gum, cedar, and hickory. The property’s water assets provide a good opportunity for waterfowl and fishing for trophy bass and bluegill. Over the last decade the property has rarely been hunted which makes is a haven for native white-tailed deer and could provide the new owner with exceptional hunting opportunities.
Topography/Soils: The topography is rolling with nice elevation changes surrounding the creeks and ridges on some areas of the property. The ranch has a high point of ~395 feet above sea level and a low of ~340 feet above sea level. The ranch also features a variety of sandy loam soils ideal for growing timber, food plots, and native forage. One can find Freestone fine sandy loam and Woodtell fine sandy loam on the majority of the ranch as well as Nahatche loam in the creek bottoms.
Easements: The ranch has one easement for an electrical line coming in from the north boundary to the home.
Utilities: Electricity is provided by Bowie-Cass Electric, and water is provided by a deep water well accessing the Carrizo Wilcox Aquifer.
Taxes: $1,717.89 for 2019
Schools: Pewitt Consolidated ISD
Minerals: Ask Broker for details
Asking Price: $874,800 ($4,681.27/acre)
Contact: Stephen Schwartz – Agent, 903-738-7882, firstname.lastname@example.org
Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer’s Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.