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Land for sale in Carnegie Oklahoma

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$695,000 282 acres
Rural Route, Carnegie, OK 73015 - Kiowa County

282 acres Carnegie, OK

This place is an outdoorsman’s dream property that is very close to the Wichita Mountains! Trophy wild elk and whitetail deer live on this property all fall! There is milo foodplots in place that have elk and deer rubs and trails all around them. Elk tags in Oklahoma are across the counter and are based on an annual quota. There is also 80 acres that has a high fence around the perimeter ready for anything you want to own. There is currently a few exotic rams, trophy aoudad, pigs, and fallow deer in the fenced in area that can be spotted if you spend time glassing the mountain off the front porch of the lodge. The beautiful new lodge features a big open living room and kitchen with four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. It has everythi
Rustin Hayes Whitetail Properties
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$155,000 4.8 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2441 sqft
12775 N 2440 Road, Carnegie, OK 73015 - Washita County

4.8 acres Carnegie, OK

This secluded country home is nestled peacefully on 4.8 acres. The home faces the Wichita Mountains, allowing for a one of a kind experience while sitting under your large covered porch. The interior of the home offers 3 large size bedrooms, each with great amounts of closet and storage space. The master bedroom is secluded from the rest of the bedrooms, and features a beautifully remodeled master bathroom that you must see! The master bathroom was upgraded to feature a custom walk-in tiled shower, over sized porcelain jetted tub, and large vanity. The upgraded kitchen offers hardwood cabinets, bar seating, a large island with storage and electricity hook-up, loaded amounts of cabinet space and tiled floors. The home offers a 2nd living ro
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$282,255 182.1 acres
0000 Airport, Carnegie, OK 73015 - Caddo County

182.1 acres Carnegie, OK

The acreage consists of 3 parcels of land. Great for hunting or running cattle. Wraps Carnegie airport. Seller would consider subdividing.