Sabine Ranch - Shelby County, Shelbyville, TX
Sabine Ranch is a gorgeous property that gives you a rare opportunity to have no neighbors! The 81.82-acre ranch is surrounded by the Sabine National Forest on 3 sides of the property. This property has it all: 9-acre lake, newly planted pines and 30 acres of improved hay pasture.
Only a couple miles east of Shelbyville, Texas in Sabine National Forest off of County Road 2603.
The property contains an abundance of whitetail, pigs, doves, and ducks. With Sabine National Forest on three sides, it gives you the opportunity to hunt 26,000 acres. The 9-acre lake has given a home to multiple Bald Eagles.
- 192 water well with sub-pump and circuit breaker
- 500 gallon RV septic tank hookup
- 15 +/- acres of planted timber
- 30 +/- improved hay pasture
- Completely fenced with barbed wire fence and three gates (two leading out to CR 2603 and one leading into Sabine National Forest)
9 +/- acre lake, spring-fed with 274-acre watershed. Completely stocked and self-sustaining with flathead minnows, copperhead bluegill perch, channel catfish, and largemouth Florida striped bass.
Sabine National Forest is located in the pinewoods of East Texas, the 160,656-acre forest is the easternmost of the four national forests in Texas and forms part of the boundary between Texas and Louisiana. The forest is situated on the western slopes of the Sabine River watershed within Sabine, San Augustine, Shelby, Jasper and Newton counties.