- Elegment ID: TX_Polk3
- State: Texas
- County: Polk County
- Address: Jimmie Dean Trail / Bobby Baer Road, Livingston, TX 77351
- GPS: 30.51708, -94.8191
- Size: 6250 square feet Lot
- Dimension: 125 ft x 50 ft
- Parcel Number: 84745
- Title: Free & Clear, Special Warranty Deed
- Zoning: Residential
- Terrain: Flat with trees
- Taxes: $8.63 per year
- POA: Optional $30 per year
- Road: Dirt Road
- Electric: City Electric
- Water: City Water
- Sewer: Need septic tank or chemical toilet
- Phone: Cell or Landline
- Internet: DSL, Cable Modem
- Legal: WILD COUNTRY LAKES ESTATES SECTION 9 LOT 323
STEP 1: Google Map for navigation: https://goo.gl/maps/Cg3Jx1gXT69SnAuK6
STEP 2: Corner and Boundaries: https://www.google.com/maps/d/drive?state=%7B%22ids%22%3A%5B%221Xuyopj3uPE6ppnP3F-prr8UUTCd3urqj%22%5D%2C%22action%22%3A%22open%22%2C%22userId%22%3A%22104976295037262250951%22%7D&usp=sharing
Note: This unrestricted community has dirt roads, best to visit with a truck or SUV.
This Wooded Homesite is part of Wild Country Lakes Estates subdivision and features mature trees throughout the property with city water, city electricity, telephone and Internet. All lots come with water and electric services. Sewer is available by septic. And there are roads leading to all the lots. The subdivision POA and developer went bankrupt several years ago. The roads were initially paved, but dues were never collected to make repairs. The road leading into the community is bumpy, which means you’ll have to drive slowly, or drive a truck or SUV.
The mature pine and hardwood trees provide a natural canopy of shade and privacy. Situated in between two beautiful lakes – Munson Lake and Lake Connie – this UNRESTRICTED lot allows for RV, mobile home, tiny home, cabin, or site built home.
Check out our map below for all the nearby boat ramps, fishing docks, and parks! CLICK on the icons to see actual photos!
Big Thicket National Preserve:
Big Thicket National Preserve is a large nature preserve encompassing nine different ecosystems, from long-leaf pine forests to cypress-lined bayous.
Hike one of the many trails, and find exciting secrets the preserve has to offer. Four of the five types of carnivorous plants found in North America can be found in Big Thicket, including pitcher plants, sundews, bladderworts, and butterworts. You can even Hunt, Camp, and paddle the waters. The Preserve issues free hunting permits for several units of the Preserve, with hunting including white-tailed deer, feral hogs, rabbits, waterfowl and squirrels.
On Lake Livingston you will enjoy fishing, boating and water sports. Fishing on Lake Livingston includes: Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Flathead Catfish, White Bass, Striped Bass, Crappie.
Public Boat Access to Lake Livingston is just 30 minutes from the property at the Tigerville Park Public Boat Ramp. Lake Livingston consists of 90,000 surface acres and is the 2nd largest lake in Texas.
Public Boat Access to Trinity River is just 24 minutes from property.
Nearby Cities & Points of Interest:
- 3 minutes to Ace Community Park, and Lake Connie
- 20 minutes to Livingston, Texas : Population 5,300 (more info)
- 21 minutes to Goodrich, Texas
- 21 minutes to Big Thicket Preserve Visitor Center (more info)
- 28 minutes to Shepherd, Texas : Population 2,300 (more info)
- 29 minutes to Lake Livingston State Park (more info)
- 1 hour 8 minutes to Lufkin, Texas : Population 35,500 (more info)
- 1 hour 11 minutes to Beaumont, Texas
- 1 hour 13 minutes to Houston, Texas : Population 2,300,000 (more info)
- 3 hour 28 minutes to Austin, Texas
- 3 hours 37 minutes to Dallas, Texas : Population 1,340,000 (more info)
How to visit the property?
Search GPS 30.51712, -94.81902 in Google Maps for Directions to the property.
- Northwest Corner: 30.51712, -94.81918
- Southwest Corner: 30.51678, -94.81918
- Southeast Corner: 30.51678, -94.81902
- Northeast Corner: 30.51712, -94.81902
You are welcome to visit a property anytime you like. Just Contact Us to schedule a time so that we can be sure the property is still available before you drive out to it. We operate an eCommerce land business, and we typically do not accompany property visits.