Having a beautiful home sitting on 40 acres of land isn’t just something in a song, for most of us that would be a dream come true. But as I was looking around real estate listings currently available in East Texas I found that exact listing for a piece of property currently for sale in Pittsburg, Texas. While this home and property would be a dream come true, it’s going to cost you $2,995,000 to make it a reality. 

The address for this dream place is 100 Private Road 2916 in Pittsburg, TX 75686. This gorgeous piece of land also offers 1000 feet of shoreline so if you’re looking to live on the lake this is the perfect opportunity to make it happen. The home itself offers 5 bedrooms, 4 ½ bathrooms, it’s approximately 6,000 square feet and as mention it comes with 40 acres of land.  

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More Info on the Home and 40 Acres For Sale in Pittsburg, Texas 

The home itself is beautiful with the chef’s kitchen, sunroom, and mother-in-law suite. When you see the pictures below you will also love the media room, it’s perfect for when friends and family are visiting for a relaxing movie night. 

The Property in Pittsburg, Texas is Also Perfect If You Love the Outdoors 

On the property you will find a shop with guest quarters, 2 barns with stalls, and a tack room. There are ATV trails with a bridge over a wet weather creek. And you have lots of room on the lake to have fun, just check out these impressive photos.  

Home and 40 Acres For Sale in Pittsburg, Texas

Here is a beautiful home on the lake in Pittsburg, Texas that is currently for sale.

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