Cherokee County Texas Commercial Property
Nice small commercial site for building and parking lot. Ideal for any type of fast food business, car wash, or office building. Located on busy US Hwy 69 in Rusk Texas with lots of Hwy frontage access to city street on the south side of the lot.
Rusk Texas History
Rusk was created by the Texas legislature on April 11, 1846. It was named after Thomas Jefferson Rusk, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence. Nearby communities include Alto, Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Jacksonville, Palestine, Henderson, Bullard, and St. Augustine.
Popular Rusk attractions include the well-known Texas State Railroad
, which has a rail station in Rusk and one in Palestine. The railroad has a beautiful park at each end of the excursion route.