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Land for sale in Haileyville Oklahoma

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$60,000 30 acres
1 1/2 hrs S. of Tulsa, 2 1/2 hrs N. Of Dallas, Haileyville, OK 74536 - Pittsburg County

Pocahontas Mountain 30-jc

This beautiful little hunting property is only fifteen minutes from McAlester making it a quick and handy get-away. Elevation ranges from 670 feet on the South side to 800 feet on the North at the crest of Pocahontas Mountain which makes for breathtaking views from the top. Hardwood trees cover the mountainside, but not so thick that you can't easily walk or ride the whole property. If you are looking for a place to ride the ATVs or horses this one could be made to order with just a little work clearing the trails. There are several locations on the land that would be excellent home sights if you are buying with a view toward the future. The wildlife is abundant and the peace and quiet is good for the soul, this place is just waiting fo
Joel Chisum Accredited Land Brokers - World Class Ranches-Bob Bahe
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$75,000 0.69 acres
207 Main Street, Haileyville, OK 74546 - Pittsburg County

0.69 acres Haileyville, OK

Highway 270 and highway 63 access in Haileyville old Dairy Queen building and rustic mini storage building on property. would be great for storage yard or to build a commercial business on. the lot on the corner not included.
JUNE DUGGER CENTURY 21 SHIRLEY DONALDSON,INC
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$408,000 170 acres
Haileyville, OK 74546 - Pittsburg County

Great Pasture w/Homesite

Fenced & Cross-fenced with 4-5 strand barb wire; this 170 m/l acres of Oklahoma Cattle Land is certainly a good one, ideal for cattle, horses and hunting. The top portion is about 55 acres with 45-50 acres being open. It has two ponds, hay meadow, rural water, and electricity along the road. It would also has an amazing home-site area that would overlook almost all of the remaining 115 acres. The bottom portion has Brushy creek as the East boundary; it is around 70 percent open consisting of all bottom land. There is plenty of good grass, some scattered Pecan trees, and an old railroad right-of-way that would be a perfect place to feed cattle in the winter. No chance of getting stuck! Water on the bottom portion is provided by Brushy c
Silvia Ansell Oklahoma Land & Home, L.L.C