Lot 1, 10.25 acres on NW Corner of farm. https://goo.gl/maps/RsuJUPHpiZt8BCqFA
* $295,000 -- 10% down, 15 years at 12% interest -- $3,186/month
* 665 feet of frontage on Highway 69 (between Huntington and Zavalla, Texas)
* One asphalt culvert entrance
* Electricity approx. 420 feet away
* Water is on Hwy 69 frontage
* field fence on northern and western
* no structures, needs septic
* high sp
Most of these bamboos are timber bamboos (reach around 4 inches in diameter). I use the canes to build furniture and harvest the fresh shoots in the spring (for about 10 weeks). I can dig 100 pounds of shoots (spear them with sharp shooter shovel) in about 20 minutes. I sell them online for $4/pound or $2.50/pound in Houston. There is a lot of labor involved and I've only sold about $1,500 worth s
Edge of driveway for Lot 1, looking south on 69
There are quite a few larger trees on this tract. Mostly Red Oak, Pin Oak, Elm, Hackberry, Sweet gum and quite a bit of Pine. There are parts that have some Tallow trees but I've been trying to get rid of them. There's quite a bit of privet hedge which the goats love.
Looking South on 69 near NW corner of Lot 1.
This is the asphalt culvert/driveway entrance to this 10 acres (Lot 1). It has never been used and does not have a gate. This tract has a lot of Grey Henon bamboo.....reaches over 4 inches in diameter but it started flowering this spring. Bamboos flower about every 100 years and the whole grove eventually dies out. This is my first variety that has flowered so I'm not sure how much longer it will
Grey Henon bamboo, looking toward Hwy 69.
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