Do you want to get out of the hustle and bustle of the big city life? Well look no further than the beautiful properties of East Texas. If it’s to own your spot to go hiking, hunting, or fishing on one of the many East Texas Lakes or that dream piece of East Texas Farm & Ranch Property. Look in Texas Real Estate magazine to find that one of many East Texas or Northeast Realtors to help your dream come true!
Take a few minutes to explore the listings for East Texas Properties, you will find a large and very diverse selection of some very high quality properties with prices that reflect the hidden opportunities that await you in East Texas. Once you have made some picks make plans to visit the various areas of interest as you could miss the best part of East Texas; meeting the people who live there.
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Take all the great things about summer for any Texan, roll them all together and put it in one place, and you have Lamar County Texas. Lamar County, located in the most Northeastern part of Texas, is surrounded by lakes; piney woods, small communities, and metropolitan life close by. If you’re looking to find that special place to relax, Lamar County holds it all. Paris, located in Lamar County, was selected best small town in Texas a few years back, and it’s easy to see why. Paris has taken great pride in restoring its magnificent past, and the architecture of the town is all a result of the devastating fire of 1916. When the town was burned to the ground, all new construction resulted in the look that is now Paris. The buildings are sturdy but elegant, and give the town great charm. So if you’re looking for a new getaway, or somewhere you can observe great architecture in a small town setting, head to Lamar County, they’ll be waiting on you.
Are you looking for a place to hang your hat in North Texas or Southern Oklahoma where you can stretch out without bumping into your neighbor, breathe the fresh air and enjoy the beautiful Texas land, lakes and sky? Do you also want to be near one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States? Well look no further than the North Texas-Southern Oklahoma area and Lake Texoma.
Lake Texoma straddles the Texas-Oklahoma borders and is the 12th largest Corps of Engineers Lake with surface area spreading over 89,000 acres on the Red River and Washita River. Attracting approximately 6 million visitors each year for some of the best wind surfing, sailing, boating experiences along with being one of the premier fishing lakes in the Southern United States. The lake, stocked with striped bass, black bass, white bass, crappie and some of the largest catfish in the world, is only about an hours drive north of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Bluebonnets, scissortail and mesquite leaves all indicate it is time to once again get ready for Texas in the Spring and Summer. Along with the warmer weather you may also feel the call of the Texas Lakes and maybe this is the year to find the perfect Texas Lake Property.
No other state offers the diversity in Lake Property, with rugged outcroppings with cliff views to the slopping shorelines that every boater dreams of, Texas Lakes have just about everything you could want or imagine. Texas Lake Properties are in abundance and offer some great pricing opportunities depending on your desires. Texas Lake Property buyers have a lot of choices especially when you consider the vast number of lakes that have been created in Texas over the last 50 years. Texas anglers also have a very wide variety of lakes to call home that have well maintained restocking and fish management programs to ensure that the lakes provide consistent fishing results.
In Henderson County, you will find Seven Points, Texas. The unique convergence of Highways 334, 274, FM 85 and Pritchett, Kelly and Veterans Lanes gives this growing city its appealing name. Located roughly 54 miles southeast of Dallas/Ft. Worth, Seven Points is considered the “Gateway to Cedar Creek Lake”. Located directly across Cedar Creek Lake you will find another uniquely named town, Gun Barrel City, Texas where fishing is more of a lifestyle than a recreation. The town takes its name from a former road, Gun Barrel Lane, now state hwy 198, due to it being “straight as a gun barrel”. Cedar Creek Lake is the fourth largest lake in Texas making it perfect for boating and fishing. Other towns located near the lake are Kemp, Mabank, and Eustace just to name a few. So if boating or fishing is in your future, grab a Texas Real Estate Magazine and I guarantee you will find the perfect place to dock your boat!