Woden, Texas is a small, unincorporated community in the southern part of Nacogdoches County. What you’ll find in this little corner of East Texas are charming small-town essentials: a post office, a grocery store, a smattering of churches, and a volunteer fire department. What Wodenlacks in flash, it makes up for inamazing opportunities for families, retirees, and vacation homebuyers who are looking for a community that feels like a retreat from the stressful rush of daily life.
Wodenhas other perks. It’s just a little over an hour’s drive to Lake Sam Rayburn, the biggest man-made lake in Texas. With miles of shoreline, Lake Sam Rayburn is a spot of paradise for water sport enthusiasts, fishing fans, and boating fanatics. Wildlife is unencumbered in Woden, giving residents the impression they are living among the birds and other animals endemic to the area. People interested in being one with nature and waking up every morning to stunning sunrises and quiet surroundings will find that Woden delivers 110 percent.
Working in Woden
Most of the residents of Wodencommute to the nearby cities of Nacogdoches and Lufkin, which are 11.6 and 29 miles away, respectively. Both cities offer a number of employment opportunities, cultural events, and a more suburban lifestyle. Thus, those who live in Wodenget the best of both worlds: a movie and some shopping in the neighboring areas, and a short drive back to a peaceful, relaxing retreat that soothes the soul and heals the psycheafter a long day at work.
Children attend school at one of three campuses: an elementary school serving Grades PK-5, a middle school educating students in Grades 6-8, and a high school for students in Grades 9-12.
To learn more about this charming community, contact a member of the Allman Company real estate team to schedule an appointment.