Offered here is a unique, secluded recreational lot within five minutes walking distance to the San Jacinto River and excellent rock hounding, naturalist, and recreational opportunities. The lot is between .25 and .5 acres in size according to the county. There is an existing survey with the deed on file with Montgomery County. This lot is technically in the flood zone, but it is on an island like rise, and is one foot below base flood level according to the previous zoning. The lot is high and dry year round, and does not become soggy or wet like some of the surrounding areas, from my experience of owning the land for nearly a decade. There are giant pine trees on the lot to attest to this fact.
The area is biologically diverse and is in an area known as the Little Thicket. Wildlife is abundant as the development of surrounding areas has eliminated habitat making the green belt along the river more densely populated. This also creates easier viewing and photo opportunities.
Rare flora is also found in the area such as Arisaema dracontium, Green Dragon, and endangered species of obedient plant. Green Dragon occurs in at least two patches in areas very close to this lot. There was also naturally occurring native Turk's cap hibiscus on the lot which attract hummingbirds and butterflies while in bloom.
The river provides excellent opportunities for horse back riding, river walking, rock hounding, wildlife and nature photography. When the river is up kayaking is also good.
According to official county rules mobile buildings and RVs can be parked in one place for up to nine months concurrently.