357 Crystal Ave, Rusk, Texas, 75785
2078 sq ft home on city lot with additional lot with 30 x 30 metal shop. This home has an open floor plan with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an office that could be used as a bedroom if needed. Home is equipped with custom cabinets and has all stainless steal appliances. Home and shop set on .340 acres in the city limits with city amenities. There is a walk way from the home to the shop. It is close to Jim Hogg State Park.
Jim Hogg is 178.4 acres of East Texas Pineywoods east of Rusk in Cherokee County. The property was deeded by the City of Rusk in 1941 and was opened the same year. It is now managed by the City of Rusk.
A memorial to the state's first native born governor, James Stephen Hogg, 1891 - 1895. During his term as state attorney general and governor, Hogg revolutionized state government and private business by strengthening public respect for law enforcement and establishing the Texas Railroad Commission to enforce state anti-trust laws and promote fair business practices.
NATURE OF THE AREA
In this Pineywoods of east Texas, visitors can enjoy wildlife observations and photography of birds, squirrels, and deer on occasion. You can also experience a great variety of trees and shrubs native to East Texas.