HEAVILY WOODED IN BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC SPEAKS AREA SUITABLE FOR CUSTOM HOMES SMALL SUSTAINABLE FARMING AND RECREATIONAL HUNTING
DESCRIPTION Additional Tracts Available!!! You will love Historic area that is ideally located in between Hallettsville and Edna with easy FM 530 and Highway 59 Access. Mostly Wooded, perfect for a Weekend Retreat off of a Shared Easement Road. Cattle currently Graze the Property to Maintain the Current Ag Exemption. The Property has Native Trees and Grasses. Minimal Restrictions Apply. ADDITIONAL TRACTS AVAILABLE. Price Negotiable - $6,900 Per Acre
IDEAL USE - With Road Frontage, The Tract has a Shared Easement PERFECT for a 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 - The Tract used for Hunting and Recreation. The Area is Surrounded by a Natural Abundance of a Variety of Wildlife featuring Whitetail Deer, Dove, Turkey, and the often seen Texas Wild Hog. Most of the Neighbors Feed the Deer Year Around to Ensure Accumulation of Wildlife Active around the Property.
IDEALLY LOCATED - The Property is just 3.40 +/- Miles to FM 530, 26.50 +/- Miles to Hallettsville, 27.00 +/- Miles to Edna
WATER DATA - The Water Shed for Jackson County is the Matagorda Basin Watershed. There are No Water Wells on the Property
SOIL DATA - The Property in its Entirety has 0-2% Slopes. In its Entirety, the Soil Composition is Morales-Cieno Complex MrA and Inez Fine Sandy Loam InB . These Soil Conditions are Ideal for Agriculture Use such as Fruit Trees, Rich in Mineral Pasture Grasses, and Much More. You can Contact the Local Ag Extension Department for a Complete list of Agriculture Uses.
LOCAL AREA - This tract is in an exceptional area due to the rich History that the local area provides. The Texas Independence Wine Trail doesn't end in Lavaca, Jackson Counties. Continuing the trail, you can take your excursion into Fayette County. Hallettsville and Edna offers Specialty Shops, Groceries, and Farm Supplies.
SPEAKS - In 1828, the Mexican government granted Old Three Hundred settler Jesse H. Cartwright a small parcel of land on the east bank of the Navidad near the main Atascosito Road. In 1835 Archibald S. White accepted a larger grant that enclosed Cartwright's property and encompassed the area of Speaks. By 1866 a post office opened in the settlement which was called Speaksville after the proprietor of the only store. In 1876 the community's name was changed to Boxville. The post office closed in 1882. The town revived and in 1928 the post office reopened under the name of Speaks when J. W. Koonce opened a new store. The Speaks oil field and Seclusion gas field were established in the area. In 1950 there were two stores and the Speaks Community Church serving 50 residents. The church, post office and store were still open in 1987. Between that year and 2000, the area population remained at approximately 60.
JACKSON COUNTY - Home of the Karankawa Indians granted in part to Stephen F. Austin and to Martin de Leon. Settled 1824-1835 by colonists largely from Alabama, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and west of the Lavaca, Mexico. Organized as a municipality December 5, 1835. Named in honor of Andrew Jackson, president of the United States. Created a county March 17, 1836, organized in 1836 with Texana, formerly Santa Anna, county seat; Edna, county seat since 1883. In memory of John Mc Henry, Francis M. White, James Kerr, F. F. Wells, early settlers. William Menefee, Elijah Stapp, signers of the Texas Declaration of Independence. William Sutherland, martyr of the Alamo; George Sutherland, John S. Menefee, James A. Sylvester, heroes of San Jacinto. Clark L. Owen, colonel in the Confederate army, and other pioneers who resided in this county before or directly after the Texas Revolution. Jackson County: average altitude 75 feet, annual rainfall 37 inches. Soil: black hogwallow, sandy loams, alluvial. Crops and products: cotton, livestock, corn, dairying, vegetables, poultry, pecans, oil, and gas.
YOUR LISTING REALTOR C. Chancy Horn, Partner/Realtor
SOIL STRUCTURE - The Property in its Entirety has 1-3% Slopes. In its Entirety, the Soil Composition is 62.90% Dutek Loamy Fine Sand with 1-3% Slopes, 35.30% Trinity Clay, 1.8% Ganado Clay.
BEST USE - Custom Home Site, Custom Horse or Cattle Barn, Barn Home, Equine Arena, Recreational, Hunting, Agriculture
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