About this property
Welcome to Sandstone, "The Livable Forest"
Sandstone is an award-winning residential development located in Lamar County just off Highway 589 west of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. This beautiful development encompasses 190 acres of hills and hollows where residents can experience nature and enjoy the great outdoors. Sandstone is filled with fine homes that are naturally landscaped by native woodlands consisting of upland habitats, hardwood bottoms and native grasses commonly found among forested timberlands throughout south Mississippi. Beyond their backyard habitats, homeowners are surrounded by towering Long Leaf Yellow Pines, hickory, oak, sweetbay, redbay, tulip poplar, tupelo gum and red maple trees, as well as Azalea, dogwood, crab apple, huckleberry, and red buckeye flourishing in green spaces all around. 70 acres have been set aside as green space offering wooded privacy for homeowners, wetland preservation, and wildlife conservation making “The Livable Forest” development a unique and wonderful place to call home!
Families residing in Sandstone enjoy peace and quiet with amenities of wooded greenways, nature trails, grassy walking corridors, a sports field, swimming pool, clubhouse, and underground utilities. Sandstone is located outside the city limits yet conveniently near shopping, dining, and everything that Hattiesburg has to offer.
Vacant lots are almost non-existent in Sandstone and homeowner turnover is very rare. We have three lots available along Windstone,
each at a great price! The lots can be purchased individually or packaged together with flexible options for builders.
Lot E-13 is 0.52 +/- acres.
Lot E-16 is 0.50 +/- acres.
Lot E-24 is 0.77 +/- acres.
Surveying is complete for each of the lots and covenants are in place for your dream build. The landowner is committed to working with individuals or builders to provide flexible options for continued development of this unique place to call home. Contact us today for more
information on these last few remaining lots available in Sandstone, “The Livable Forest”!