Many of the communities in Lakes Area Extreme South not only offer quiet living in a natural setting, but also have interesting stories to tell. Their history dates back almost 300 years, and many of them flourished thanks to the lumber industry. This being the case, there is an unmistakable flavor of traditional good old American living all around.
The Texas cities and towns that comprise the south of Sam Rayburn Lake and Toledo Bend Reservoir are:
Jasper and Kirbyville are located in Jasper County, while Colmesneil and Woodville can be found in Tyler County, and finally Newton is the county seat of Newton County.
Simple Relaxed Living in the South, Just as It Should Be
All these towns offer a lower cost of living, making them ideal for raising families or for retiring. A wide array of residential options are available, whether it is a large lot you’re looking for or a pre-existing home big enough for an extended family. There is sure to be a place for you in the wide, welcoming Texas countryside, thanks to the low population density of communities in the Extreme South area.
Residents embrace a rural lifestyle and can easily keep themselves actively occupied in a number of invigorating outdoor activities. This is because the area is in the midst of the Sabine National Forest, Angelina National Forest, Sam Rayburn Lake, and the Toledo Bend Reservoir. From time to time, the Extreme South’s welcoming communities host their own annual festivals as well.
Each of these towns has independent school districts for school-aged children throughout the K-12 Levels, as well as professional medical facilities for all your healthcare needs.
Finding Your Match. Finding Home.
Homes in the Extreme South are typically on large, wooded lots and boast traditional and classic American architectural styles. Let our experts at Allman Real Estate help match you with the perfect home here – in looks, price, and your lifestyle needs. Give us a call today!