Murmuring Pines, the Forest Primeval For anyone who appreciates the natural habitat of East Texas, this 117 acres just off FM 344, less than two miles east of Bullard, Texas, is your kind of sanctuary. Loblolly pines dominate, but oak, hickory, sweetgum, sassafras and a medley of understory trees create habitat for deer, squirrels, raccoons, foxes, coyotes, bobcat, and feral hogs. Now surrounded by farms and developments, this property has become an oasis for these forest creatures. A creek runs through the property, creating a natural site for a lake; there is a marsh on the southeast corner. There are lovely sites for construction a showcase home. Gently sloping, this property could also become a neighborhood, a worthy companion to Kiepersol Estates (across the road) and Pecan Valley Ranch (less than a half-mile west).