3307 N 4th St
Longview, TX 75605
Phone: (903) 663-4991
Fax: (903) 663-6294
3307 N 4th St, Longview, TX, US, 75605
- Phone: (903) 663-4991
- Fax: (903) 663-6294
The centerpiece of this estate is Maplecroft, a stately 1870's home filled with Starr's furnishings and surrounded by lush azaleas. Guided tours and Rosemont Cottage Bed & Breakfast, a three-room cottage for those wanting to stay overnight; are available.
Full service marina that features a marina store, emergency marine supplies, picnic barges, boat rentals, and cabin houseboats that float on the lake.
Now the home of the Harrison County Conservation Society, this two-story frame house was built in the late 1870s.
In this serene environment, you can relax your body, recharge your spirit and renew your energy. Close your eyes and allow your mind to be quiet, breathe deeply and let tension slip away with each breath as you receive a spectacular spa treatment and/or a relaxing Swedish massage. The Bed and Breakfast is specially designed to fit all your needs, and breakfast will be served to you on a silver platter.
Martin Creek Lake State Recreation Area offers a multitude of recreational opportunities all in a beautiful East Texas Enviroment. 5,000 acre lake is full of black and white bass, perch, crapoie and catfish. Activities include fishing, camping, wildlife observation and photography, picnicking, boating, water skiing, unsupervised lake swimming, backpacking, hiking.
This home is listed on the National Registry and bears a Texas State Historical Medallion. Built in the Greek Revival syle, it has been completely restored and furnished with Victorian antiques from the antebellum period. Guided tours are offered daily.
An area history museum that focuses on "Life in the East Texas Oil Field," and presents an annual living history education program the first Wednesday in October, to coincide with the discovery date of oil, October 3, 1930. The museum is 2.2 miles from East Texas Oil Field's Discovery Well, the Daisy Bradford #3 - which was the beginning of the "largest oilfield in the world." An oil field "tent house" converted to a permanent dwelling, with original furnishings is on site and open for public viewing. Also on site is a 1931 Dixie Service Station and a 1940's road side cafe, and White's Snack Shop building, which presently houses the museum.
Nestled on 24 beautifully landscaped acres, this Christian retreat features a Restoration House that has six bedrooms, three full baths, a fully equipped kitchen, and a wraparound Creole style porch with swings and benches. A fully equipped cottage that can accommodate up to ten people is also available that features two private porches. On site amenities include two assembly halls, private meeting and conference rooms, a dining facility, a natural amphitheater pasture, walking paths, a weight and workout room, volleyball and basketball courts, a library, movies, and a gift shop...
The first brick home in Rusk County was built of hand-made bricks in 1854-1855 by bothers Dave and Logan Howard. With hand-wrought woodwork, the home was the first house in Rusk County to be iron-reinforced and have plastered walls. In an Italian architectural style, the home has six chimneys with fireplaces in the basement, first and second stories
Primarily emergent and floating native vegetation. Habitat in Striker Reservoir consists of standing timber, boat docks, and lily pads. Game fish are typically found around brush, points, boat docks, and creek channels.
Situated in the piney woods, this 994-acre spring-fed lake that each year is stocked with trout, making for excellent fall and winter fishing.
The Cotton Belt Depot was open for passenger service from 1905 until 1956. The renovated Depot now houses the Tyler Transit Department and the Cotton Belt Depot Museum. The Museum's Bragg Collection contains around 200 locomotives and over 1,600 rail cars.