This ranch is located only 1.5 hours south of Houston, 9 miles NW of Edna in Jackson County, TX. The ranch has ¾ mile frontage on County Road 128. CR 128 is an all-weather gravel road and dead ends at the corner of this property; it truly has end of the road privacy.
The ranch is covered in hundreds of beautiful, huge live oaks, giving some parts of the ranch a park-like appearance. There are also many big pecan, elm, post oak, and sycamore trees along Rhoden Hollow. The native brush is typical of the Texas coastal plains, including post oaks and yaupon.
The terrain is extremely diverse, ranging from bottomlands to gently rolling hills. Rhoden Hollow, a seasonal creek drainage, traverses through the ranch, which gives the property a lot of romance and rolling terrain, and provides excellent habitat for wildlife in the bottoms. The ranch primarily has sandy loam soils throughout, with darker soils in the lower areas.
The ranch provides wonderful habitat to all kinds of wildlife. There are white-tail deer, turkey, hogs, dove, ducks, and geese. The ranch is in the fly way and has great potential for duck hunting.
There is 1 small earthen tank and 1 capped 4 inch water well.
No minerals to convey, and there is no production on the ranch.
This is part of a larger ranch (2,040 Acres), and 2 sides of this tract are already high fenced. Seller will complete the high fence after closing at Seller’s expense. Seller will run electricity to the well and equip it with a new electric submersible pump after closing at Seller’s expense.
$3,500/acre. Owner Financing Available.
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