This 137.19± acre Chickasaw County wooded tract is located in the Houlka community north of Houston. It has approximately 4,350 feet of frontage along CR 119 and adjoins the Tombigbee National Forest. The timber stand is loblolly pine in the small saw log class and has been thinned recently. The property features a 8± acre lake, a 2± acre pond, several smaller ponds and an established interior road system. This property is ideal for all of your outdoor recreational activities, hunting, fishing or riding your horses or ATV.
County Road 119, Houlka, Mississippi 38850
DIRECTIONS: From the intersection of Hwy 32 West/Hwy 15 in Houlka, MS take Hwy 15 south 1.5 miles to CR 115. Turn left and drive 2.5 miles to CR 118. Turn left and drive 1.25 miles to CR 119. Turn right and drive 1 mile to property on both sides of the road.
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Tom has lived in New Albany all his life. He graduated from Mississippi State University in 1985 with a BS in Forestry and is a Registered Forester and Certified General Appraiser. He retired from the Right of Way Division of the Mississippi Department of Transportation in 2014 with 29 years as a staff appraiser, review appraiser and forester.
Tom and his wife, Veronica, and their two children, Daniel and Patricia are all active within The First Baptist Church New Albany. Tom is an avid outdoorsman and is very involved with the Trail Life USA Troop MS-356. His outdoor activities also include hunting, fishing, bicycling and golf. With a passion for the outdoors and being raised on the land, he is an excellent choice to assist you in finding the perfect place for your family’s next home or tract of land.