East Texas Wildlife Hideaway
Nestled in the rolling hills and towering oaks of northern Anderson County, this 460.7 acre is truly one-of-a-kind in its characteristics and improvements. Ideal for the nature lover or avid hunter, the vast majority of the property consists of a mixture of mature native forest and 20-year regrowth with four different tributary creeks feeding into the year-round Mound Prairie Creek, which crosses the property, and elevation changes of over 100 feet.
Featuring Scandinavian-inspired natural light and Mission-style efficiency, the elegant home is 2,983 square feet (heated & cooled) and includes 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. Upon entering the home, the front hall leads to a large open living area comprised of the large living room with wood-burning fireplace, a formal dining room, breakfast area, and gourmet kitchen. The island kitchen features all stainless-steel appliances including Wolf double electric ovens, Wolf 5-burner gas cooktop, and Wolf commercial outside vent hood. In addition, the home features a large utility room, mudroom, and Master bedroom suite. The HVAC system consists of a 5-ton in-ground geothermal system with independent 4 zone control, keeping the house comfortable year round.
Located North of the house, the 3,500 square-foot shop includes an art studio, garden equipment room, four 24 x 11 vehicle bays, a metalworking room, a woodworking room, a 30 x 25 assembly room, and a half bathroom. Like the house, the shop is heated and cooled by an in-ground geothermal system.
In addition to the above-mentioned creeks, the buildings are supplied from a 500+ foot deep well drawing water from the Wilcox aquifer.
Engineered for proper drainage and leveling, the northeast corner of the property includes a 3,000 foot grass runway.