0.39 acres in Oakhurst, TX


0.39 acres in Oakhurst, TX
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This parcel is located in Oakhurst, TX; San Jacinto County; TBD Pecan Lane

Financing wholesale price: $10,990
Down payment: $1,000
Cash price: $8,490
Documentation fee: $199

Property Directions: https://goo.gl/maps/dUF5rof6bBU2
Coordinates: 30.761082, -95.330168
Property Dimensions: 16,988 sq. ft.

Take a refreshing retreat from city life and enjoy country living at its finest by owning land in Oakhurst, Texas. This 0.39 acre (16988.4 sq. ft.) parcel is situated in a wooded community and offers privacy and seclusion. Surrounded by lakes and national forests, it’s your perfect hideaway to enjoy nature, fresh air, and some peace and quiet.

Simply click on this interactive map or enter any of this GPS Coordinates in your favorite maps software to find it: 30.761082, -95.330168 Center Coordinates (Approximate)

Size: 0.39 Acres
County: San Jacinto County
State: Texas
APN: 79122
Address: Pecan Lane, Oakhurst, Texas, 77359, USA
Coordinates: 30.761082, -95.330168
Access: Paved Road
Terrain: Flat
Flood Zone: The property is not directly located in a flood zone area.
Title Info: Free & Clear
Legal Description: Lot Two Hundred Forty (240) Of Tanglewood Forest, A Subdivision Situated In San Jacinto County, Texas.
Power: Yes, *Call Austin Energy (512-494-9400)
Water: Water system can be tapped and also can drill a water well.
Gas: Yes, *Call – Consumers LP Gas Co. (936-594-2156)
Internet: Yes, *Call – AT&T Internet & DIRECTV Services (855-293-7676)
Sewage: Would need to install septic system.
HOA Fees: N/A
Zoning: Residential
Camping: Not Permitted
Mobile Homes: Not Permitted
Yearly Tax: $34.20
County Treasurer: http://www.co.san-jacinto.tx.us/default.aspx?San-Jacinto_County/County.Treasurer

The property is nestled in San Jacinto County, a county in the U.S. state of Texas. Its county seat is Coldspring. Interesting Fact: The county’s name comes from the Battle of San Jacinto which, in 1836, secured Texas’ independence from Mexico and established The Republic of Texas.

As of the census of 2000, there were 22,246 people, 8,651 households, and 6,401 families residing in the county. The population density was 39 people per square mile (15/km²). There were 11,520 housing units at an average density of 20 per square mile (8/km²).

Of the 8,651 households, 30.00% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 60.20% were married couples living together, 9.70% had a female householder with no husband present, and 26.00% were non-families. 22.60% of all households were made up of individuals and 10.10% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.55 and the average family size was 2.98.

The median income for a household in the county was $32,220, and the median income for a family was $37,781. Males had a median income of $34,614 versus $22,313 for females. The per capita income for the county was $16,144.

The property is just west to Lake Livingston, one of the largest lakes in Texas. It has its own state park and offers various outdoor activities for the whole family. If you’re an avid angler, Lake Livingston is noted for its white bass population; you can have fun catching catfish, crappie, bass and perch. You can also go for a swim or ride a boat, kayak, or canoe. For the nature lover, a quiet hike in the trails through the forest or camping under the trees is a must. You can even go on a picnic, ride a mountain bike, do a geocache, or study nature.

If you’re down for some small game hunting, the property is also near national forests like the Sam Houston National Forest. Trapping and public hunting of white-tailed deer, feral hog, waterfowl, dove, other migratory game birds, squirrel, quail, rabbits, hares, predators, furbearers, and frogs are permitted.

Or if you’re more into wildlife watching, bird watching is a popular activity. You can view numerous North American bird species, including the red-cockaded woodpecker, bald eagles, and migratory game birds. You can also view and appreciate the many protected animals living in the habitat of this national forest. You’ll never know what will cross your path! Other outdoor recreation opportunities include camping, hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding.

They say everything is bigger and better in Texas! And if you got a Texas-size appetite, your property is just half an hour drive to restaurants offering Texas classic dishes like chicken-fried steak, cowboy chili, pecan pie, and lots of barbecues. You can sample these mouth-watering cuisines at the Farmhouse On The Lake, Joseph’s Restaurant, Frank’s Taco Station, Rancho Viejo, Tacos N More, Taqueria San Luis, Isabel’s Taqueria, Taco Express, and Thai Barn. Or if you’re craving for some good old sandwich, burger, ice cream and pizza, fast foods like Subway, Dairy Queen, Sonic Drive-in, Old House Beer, Chicken and Pizza, and Hickory Pit BBQ & Burger House are also nearby.

Can’t live without shopping? Not a problem! Your property is surrounded by malls where you can get all your daily needs and grocery items. Enjoy easy access to shopping malls like the Proposed Dollar General, The Woodlands Mall, Huntsville Park & Ride, West Hill Mall, The Galleria, NorthPark Center, The Parks Mall at Arlington, Galleria Dallas, The Rim, and The Shops at La Cantera.

Dodge (5.3 miles), Pointblank (8.5 miles), Riverside (13.0 miles), Huntsville (15.8 miles), Onalaska (16.6 miles), Coldspring (18.9 miles), Trinity (20.0 miles), New Waverly (21.6 miles), Willis (29.8 miles), Shepherd (30.1 miles), Livingston (30.4 miles), Goodrich (33.3 miles), Lovelady (33.9 miles), Groveton (39.2 miles), Moscow (38.5 miles), Plum Grove (47.2 miles), Houston (77.4 miles), Waco {146 miles), Austin (172 miles), Dallas (187 miles), and San Antonio (235 miles).

Lake Livingston (11.7 miles), Forest Glen Camps (14.9 miles), Wolf Creek Park (16.5 miles), Lake Raven (23.1 miles), Huntsville State Park (23.1 miles), Sam Houston National Forest (30.3 miles), Lake Livingston State Park (32.1 miles), David Crockett National Forest (58.1 miles), and Trinity River (97.1 miles).

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*Disclaimer – Buyer must perform their own due diligence they should do with any land purchase. This land is sold as is and all information provided is to the best of seller’s knowledge. All utilities related to this property are potentially subject to a connection charge or additional expense to bring them to or onto the property. Many of the pictures provided are not personally taken by the seller and some of the presented pictures represent the general area near/around the property. Open Sky Land Company, LLC is offering the presented property subject to its closing on the purchase. It is understood and agreed to by the parties involved that Open Sky Land Company, LLC, while holding an equitable interest in and to the property, is not presently making, and has not made, any representation to any party that Open Sky Land Company, LLC holds legal title in and to the property. Further, the Buyer hereby fully acknowledges and agrees that Open Sky Land Company, LLC has provided the Buyer with full and complete disclosure as to Open Sky Land Company, LLC’s present interest, if any, in and to the property, and hereby waives any and all claims, be it at law or in equity, that the Buyer holds or may hold, currently or in the future, arising out of Open Sky Land Company, LLC’s disclosure of its interest in and to the property. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Buyer hereby agrees to waive, release and forever discharge Open Sky Land Company,LLC from any claim, be it at law or in equity, that the Buyer, their heirs, transferees, assigns, subrogees, devisees, and agents may allege, arising out of Open Sky Land Company, LLC’s disclosure(s) of its present interest in and to the property, if any.