The Morales Ranch ,
- SQFT: 1664
- BR: 3
- BA: 2
- Acres: 59.75
- Year Built: 1995
Have you been searching for a quiet and secluded space? One that affords you the opportunity to hunt, graze livestock, or fish….AND that you can share with entire family? If so, then The Morales Ranch would make the perfect fit. The fences, trails, ponds, home, and barn have been meticulously maintained which means you can come here and immediately rest easy.
Be sure to watch the video tour with the SOUND ON for a guided walk through, and to move around the interactive map to explore all the property has to offer!
59.75 Acres in Jackson County
• Built in 1995
• Cedar plank siding surrounding the entire perimeter
• Metal roof replaced 2016
• 1664 square feet of living space
• 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Bathrooms
• Master en-suite bathroom features an antique claw foot cast-iron tub/shower.
• Pine hardwood floors, cabinets, countertops, and fireplace surround.
• Unique vintage General Electric cooktop and oven.
• Sprinkler system around homesite
• Stone patio area with firepit has electricity, lighting, and would make a great spot for grilling.
• Homesite is fully fenced off from surrounding grazing/pasture areas.
• Perimeter and interior fencing in good condition
• Several fenced traps, and several gate access points throughout the property
• 900 square foot barn, constructed in 1993, has caliche floors, water and power, a lean-to, a storage room, and a tack room
Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing:
You can expect to see whitetail deer, hogs, and turkey have been spotted as well. The ponds will attract dove, teal, wood ducks, cranes, and many other bird species. Other wildlife native to the area are coyotes, raccoons, armadillos, bobcats, and opossums. Bass are known to have been caught at both ponds. There are several cleared right of ways that make for a great location to place feeders and deer stands.
Habitat, Topography, Soils:
80% of the property is wooded with predominantly live oaks and post oaks. Portions cleared of underbrush and native grasses are ideal for grazing, and the rest is thick with native brushy yaupon and oak scrub. Trails for vehicles and ATV’s can be found around most of the perimeter, and also cutting through the property
Milby Sand, fairly flat topography 0-2% slope at 120 feet above sea level. Not currently located in the 100-year flood plain.
2 ponds are fed by rain and capturing runoff. According to Seller, they have held water year-round.
One domestic well services house, barn, pens, and sprinkler system.
Overhead Electricity to the house, and buried to the barn, and Stone Firepit.
Surface Only, the Seller has no mineral ownership
Agricultural Special Appraisal Use:
Currently has an agricultural appraisal for grazing livestock.
Driving Instructions - Google Maps is not helpful using address:
On US HWY 59, Take Hwy 111 North, after 12 miles take Right on CR 283(there is a Morales Baptist Church sign), after 0.4 miles go left at yield sign, after 0.5 miles take Right (this is still CR 283), travel 1.5 miles and at stop sign take left onto CR 284, after 2 miles take Right onto CR 2842 (asphalt road covered in grass), Property entrance will be down 0.2 miles on Right. Look for sign.
8147 CR 284
Edna, TX 77957
Gated entrance from CR 2842
Large pond is visible from the home and has been known to contain bass.
The patio and firepit make a great outdoor grilling area. It also has power.
The back entrance of the home is covered with a small porch. This makes a great outdoor mudroom area.
The living room, dining room, and kitchen are all open concept and have a wall of windows looking out onto the front porch.