At 186 Preston Johnson Road, there is so much potential for growth of this equine property on 12+/- acres. It is tucked away for privacy with the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. This property offers an opportunity for horse lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
This property offers privacy and seclusion. Toward the back of the property, near two of the ponds, you'll find a 5 stall horse barn.
The 30x40 tractor shed and hay storage ensure your equipment stays protected and organized.
Immerse yourself in nature's beauty with two fully stocked ponds with Brim, Bass, and Catfish. Sitting on +/- 12 acres, you'll enjoy the hunting opportunities right out your back door.
Residence with Potential: The house on the property features three bedrooms and two bathrooms with 1,080 square feet. It is unfinished, but can be finished out for your full time home or a weekend cabin. A 2-car carport and a workshop provide both convenience and space for your hobbies. The property lies within the Harleton Independent School District.
Endless Possibilities: Dreaming of expanding or building your dream home? This property offers multiple homesites, ensuring that your vision becomes a reality. Finish the existing cabin or create your own masterpiece—the choice is yours.
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Harrison County, Texas, offers a unique and inviting lifestyle that blends the charm of small-town living with a wealth of local attractions. Harleton, along with its neighboring towns, contributes to the region's rich culture and recreational opportunities.
Harleton is a delightful community in Harrison County, known for its scenic countryside and friendly residents. It offers a peaceful, rural lifestyle with easy access to the great outdoors. The town's equestrian scene is thriving, thanks to spacious acreage and riding arenas. Whether you're an avid horse enthusiast or just appreciate the beauty of the landscape, Harleton provides a serene backdrop for your passions.
The neighboring towns in Harrison County also have their own special allure. Marshall, the county seat, boasts a historic downtown filled with boutique shops, diverse dining options, and cultural events. Jefferson, a short drive away, is famous for its antebellum architecture and offers a glimpse into the past with charming bed and breakfasts.
Local attractions abound in Harrison County, making it a haven for history buffs and nature lovers alike. Explore the Caddo Lake State Park, a serene haven for birdwatching, kayaking, and hiking. The Starr Family Home State Historic Site in Marshall offers a captivating look into Texas history. Plus, enjoy annual festivals, like the Jefferson Mardi Gras and Marshall's Wonderland of Lights during the holiday season.
Harrison County, Texas, embraces a relaxed and welcoming lifestyle, where you can savor the best of country living while indulging in history, culture, and outdoor adventures. It's a place where tradition meets modernity, offering something for everyone in this charming corner of East Texas.