GREAT LOCATION FOR A RURAL CUSTOM RETREAT WITH ROAD FRONTAGE & CREEK
CR 274 / BAGBY ROAD, EDNA, TEXAS
DESCRIPTION This is a lovely tract with Road Frontage, Small Pond, Middle Creek Branch Wet Weather Creek and beautiful Native Trees. With a Serene Tree Scape along the back Wet Weather Creek, it is sure to make an excellent spot to Wildlife Watch, Walk or even have a Family BBQ Picnic area feeling like your miles away from civilization.
IDEAL USE - The Tract is PERFECT for a Classic Custom Home or Weekend Retreat for the Great Outdoors, Recreational or Hunting Activities. The Tract is well suitable for Cattle and Horses for your continued Ag Exemption. Even a Quaint Mini Farm with Goats, Sheep, Chickens are Ideal to create your Cozy Farm and Live a Food and Homestead Sustainable Life.
WILDLIFE HABITAT - This area is very well known for its outstanding wildlife both managed and non managed. Whitetail Deer are teaming in the area, along with Dove and Ferrel Hog. A small Pond sits on the property that is sure to attract Wild Game or water your cattle. Daily Dove Bag Limit 15 white-winged, mourning and white-tipped doves in the aggregate, to include no more than 2 white-tipped. Possession Limit is Three times the daily bag limit. Whitetail Deer Bag Limit is 4 Deer, no more than 2 Bucks, and no more than two Antlerless, all seasons combined.
IDEALLY LOCATED - Being off of a Paved Road is a huge plus, Electric is available at the road. The location is just 12.75 miles from Edna, 25 miles to Victoria and 35 miles to El Campo.
SOIL DATA - The 17.00+/- acres is a nice pasture front and heavily wooded back area that has Middle Creek Branch running straight through it. There are 0-2% slopes on the property with soils containing 49% sandy clay loam and 21% of fine sandy loam.
LOCAL AREA - Situated at the intersection of U.S. Highway 59 and State Highway 111, 25 minutes away from the Victoria Metropolitan Area and two hours from Houston, Edna is steeped in history and offers an appealing small-town lifestyle with good schools, sound business opportunities, and an array of local and regional events, recreation activities, and historical sites. Edna has Everything for your Shopping Needs including Specialty Shops, Groceries, and Farm Supplies.
JACKSON COUNTY - Edna, the County Seat, is a city in Jackson County, Texas, The population was 5,499 at the 2010 census. Edna is the gateway to 11,000-acre (45km2)Lake Texana, which covers the site of Texana, Texas. The city has a hospital, convalescent home, library, museum, city park with swimming pool, three banks, two savings and loan associations, a country club with a nine-hole golf course, and Oak Creek Village, a retirement community. It is the center of a prosperous agricultural area with petroleum and natural gas production and has an active chamber of commerce, oilfield service industries, and two-grain elevators. The town was named after a daughter of Count Joseph Telfener - an Italian entrepreneur who was building a railroad from Rosenberg to Victoria. Other family members had towns named after them as well. While the railroad had the ambitious name of The New York, Texas and Mexican Railroad, it didn't originate in New York, nor did it reach Mexico. Known as "The Macaroni Line" for the Italian workmen who were brought from Italy for construction, the rails eventually went as far as Victoria.
LISTING REALTOR - C. "Chancy" Horn, Realtor/Partner
PLEASE CALL - 979-561-6565 For Earl Galipp, Broker/Partner - C."Chancy" Horn, Realtor/Partner
LEGAL - A5030 HEARD,THS.H.P.,
ACREAGE - 17.00 +/-
IMPROVEMENTS - None
LAND DESCRIPTION - Partially Wooded at Wet Weather Creek
AG EXEMPTION - Yes
MINERALS - None, Surface Control Only
SCHOOL DISTRICT - Edna ISD
CURRENT SURVEY - Yes
TAXES 2019 - Unknown
UTILITIES - Utilities Available at Road
ROAD FRONTAGE- Yes, 415 +/- Feet Road Frontage
RIPARIAN - Middle Creek Branch, Small Pond
ELEVATION CHANGES - 1 to 2% Slopes Varied
FLOOD ZONE - Approximately Yards in Branch Creekside
SOIL - 49% Sandy Clay Loam / 21% Fine Sandy Loam on Entire Previous 71.92 Acres
BEST USE - Home Site, Weekend Cabin Residence, Recreational Hunting, Cattle, Farming
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