19.97 acres near Sublime, Texas

Lavaca County

19.97 Acres


East Texas
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Uniquely located close to small towns yet secluded enough to feel far away from it all, this Lavaca County property can be your weekend getaway or just the right place to build your forever dream home. The land is about 8 miles south of Sublime, 17 miles from Hallettsville, and 90 miles from west Houston. This beautifully wooded property has a gently rolling topography with a wet weather creek and a variety of trees, including an abundance of live oaks. Natural openings in the canopy of the trees offer prime grassy areas for multiple hunting spots. There are no leases in place or any oil and gas activity or pipelines. Cattle are not and have not been on the property. Improvements include fencing and electricity nearby. Make an appointment today to take a walk through this charming property's natural trails and mature woods.

• Beautifully wooded property with rolling terrain
• Secluded yet 8 miles from Sublime, 17 miles from Hallettsville, and 90 miles from Houston
• Wet weather creek
• Deer, hogs, and predators in abundance
• No oil and gas activity or pipelines


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