Prime East Texas Property


4919 W FM 515
Yantis, Texas 75497

Single Family Home
Built in 1998, 2,621 Sq ft, 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, with 2 Car Garage,
MLS ID: 10152681

Linda Burns
Signature Properties, LLC

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Prime East Texas property...this stunning and immaculately cared for home sits upon a hill overlooking the most picturesque landscape. Imagine the view from your windows or your patio of the gorgeous scenery of scattered mature trees, 2 ponds and gentle rolling hills with your cattle or horses roaming on the almost 39 acres. You will appreciate the level of detail outside this home...4 year old roof, concrete circular drive and sidewalks leading you to the shop and back patio without ever having to step foot on the grass. Lush landscaping sets this yard apart from any other, allowing for the best of entertaining your friends and family. Step inside and prepare to be mesmerized with the rich wood flooring, inviting colors, lovely tile, plantation shutters and new windows throughout the home. Follow through to the striking kitchen with new quartz counters and tile backsplash that complement the massive number of cabinets, many with pull out drawers! There is a large half bath with access to the backyard! The 2nd living area is just off the kitchen and has a gas fireplace perfect for chilly nights. There are 3 guest rooms, one includes a wet bar...all are the ideal size to keep your guests and family happy and comfortable. The master suite with its generous size and amazing master bath, has been impressively renovated recently! The garden tub and separate shower stands out against the rich red walls...and that master closet is to die for! There is a 30x40 spray foam insulated shop great for any project and storage and an enormous lean to, perfect for all the ranch implements needed. The cattle pens and shoot are ready for your livestock. You will not believe the incredible amount on road frontage on FM 515 and FM 2966, in case you wanted to build another home, etc. This ranch is located in between the best East Texas towns, with all the conveniences of places to eat and to shop plus nearby hospitals and the friendliest folks around! Ready to start living the ranch life??

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 21)

GOOD. Water Stained; 78 degrees; 6.06 feet low. Water has warmed back up with the weather. This has slowed the topwater bass bite. Bass are fair early mornings with spinner baits and flukes in 2-4 feet of water on windy points, or 5-7 feet of water if there is now wind. Carolina rigs and shaky heads best around timber on the drops on points and ridges with flukes and 7 inch worms. Shaky heads are good with 4-inch june bug finesse worms, with a few catches using square bill crankbaits. Afternoon has been fishing fair with mid running crankbaits in 7-12 feet of water. Report by Lake Fork fishing guide Marc Mitchell, Lake Fork Pro. Lake Fork crappie fishing has been heating up this past week. We are seeing solid limits of bigger white crappie stacking up on trees in 18-26 feet of water. Getting some brush pile fish to bite as well on some days in 12-18 feet of water. Laydowns are loaded with black crappie most days, but slow to bite. Minnows continue to be the most productive baits, but hand tie jigs are catching some fish. Soft plastics should begin to produce as the water temperature drops for the fall months. Report provided by Jacky Wiggins, Jacky Wiggins Guide Service.

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