Located in Sabine County, Pineland is a rural community with a population that holds steady under 1,000. It began life as a lumber camp in 1902, but residents chose to incorporate it in 1941.
Nearby towns include:
- San Augustine
- Sam Rayburn
- South Toledo Bend
Pineland is located off Highway 96, with residents enjoying quick commutes to and from work, with an average drive time of 14 minutes or less.
Pineland attracts all kinds of residents, with nearly 33 percent being family households. It’s a great neighborhood for middle-class families looking for established homes. While there are opportunities to build your own, most buyers purchase pre-existing homes. The median age of homes for sale in Pineland is 26 years.
With the community of Sam Rayburn just a short drive away, it’s easy to load fishing poles, rafts, and other lake-friendly stuff onto your vehicle and head offfor a relaxing day on Lake Sam Rayburn. You don’t even have to own your own boat or jet ski, even though some residents do. You can simply rent the same from one of the many marinas in the area.
Buying a Home in Pineland
Pineland is a community where people come to settle down. This is not a transient neighborhood; however, neither is it impossible to purchase real estate in and around the area. Statistics show that vacant lots and homes for sale make up approximately 25 percent of Pineland. To snag a home in this desirable neighborhood, work with a real estate agent familiar with the available properties and buying options in Pineland. There are also rental opportunities if this is the kind of property you’re interested in.
To learn more about the Pineland way of living, contact Shane or Christy with the Allman Company to schedule a consultation.