Description: This combination grazing/recreation property is truly an end of the road ranch and is possibly on of the most remote ranches in Osage County. The ranch contains a mosaic mix of Tallgrass Prairie, Cross Timbers vegetation and about 100 acres of bottom land. Much of the bottom that was previously cultivated, and even irrigated, now has an introduced forage base. There is almost 250 ft of elevation change as the terrain varies from 800 ft. to 1040 ft. The limestone and sandstone soils support the grasses, legumes, a varied mix of upland and bottomland timber and woody species. The nearly 1 and miles of Pond Creek truly enhance the unique qualities of the ranch. The adjoining large ranches, Western Wall Primitive Hunting Unit
This is a beautifully situated property at the base of the Arbuckle Mountains, near Mountain Lake, in Southern Oklahoma. The property includes 2 irrigated acres for your hobby farm or garden. An additional two acre farm adjacent may be purchased upon agreement. The modern farmhouse style home was designed to never go out of style and at 9 years old, the landscaping is established and thriving. The property has been a family home of a homebuilder and no corners were cut during construction or maintenance. The opportunities are endless for this property. A family farm, a bed and breakfast, or your grandchildren's dream come true. The home has a rock exterior, James Hardie siding porches, Kolbe windows and doors, split rail fencing in
LAND AUCTION - 860+/- ACRES OFFERED IN 7 TRACTS IN PITTSBURG COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
- Date: Thursday, August 11th
- Time: 6:30 PM
- Location: McAlester Elks Lodge, 3100 Elk Rd, McAlester, OK 74501
- Owner: Randy & Dominique Lehr
- Inspection: July 14th and August 4th, 9-11 AM
860+/- Acres in 7 Tracts 70+/- to 160+/- Acres Cultivated Land Native Pastures Live Creeks 9 Ponds Hardwood & Pine Timber Abundant Wildlife Adjacent to Choctaw Nations Ti Valley Ranch Online Bidding Available
Tract 1: 100 ac with a combination of native grass pasture, timber, small creek and one pond.
Tract 2: 120 ac that is cross-fenced into two pastures, the larger pasture with approximately 100 acres has
Rex SchraderSchrader Real Estate & Auction Co., Inc
Auction - Aug 26, 2016 at 10:00 AM80 acres4 Beds | 4 Baths | 3702 sqft12603 S 135th St E, Gore, Oklahoma74435 - Muskogee County
Auctions: 10:00 AM 8/26/2016 Nominal Opening Bid: $200,000. 80+/- acre Estate is a hilltop paradise full of wonderful views! Main home with 3,702+/- sf, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, wood flooring, gorgeous Master bedroom and bathroom, game room upstairs, outdoor kitchen with a firepit and 2-car garage. Master bathroom remodeled in 2013. Separate guest house (built 2005), 44' x 30' shop, pond, extensive landscaping. Camera security system for main and guest house. Homesite has 20+/- ac cleared with oak trees and a few cedar trees. Back 60+/- ac has mostly hardwood trees and a pond. Minutes from lake and Fin Feather Resort. Note: A Buyer's Premium (Buyer's Fee in WI) will apply for this property. Please see Terms of Sale for details. Broker Lice
Description: 40 acres located approx. 7 miles southeast of Red Oak, OK on Salonia Road.
Acres: 40 acres M/L "Surface Only"
Terrain: Rolling land with some trees.
Water: Property has 2 small ponds with bass, perch, and catfish.
Game: Property is ideal habitat for deer, eastern turkey, and small game.
Broker's Notes: This property is in a great area between the communities of Red Oak and LeFlore. Deer and Turkey are abundant. The home that comes with the property is a very nice 2014 Clayton mobile home. It is 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1,360 sq ft home. The property has county road access, water, and electricity. It would make a great place to have hunting opportunities at your doorstep or to clear some areas and have livestock.
This 4,366 ac ranch has resources to run 1000 C/C pairs in an avg. rain fall yr. 49 ponds including a 53 ac lake. 28 pastures, 9 grass traps. Approx 55% class I,II & III soils. Approx 406 ac for wildlife habitat. 7 rural water taps, electronic scales, hydraulic chute. To view the video on the ranch click on the virtual tour tab. For additional information on the ranch see supplemental documents, plats, and maps.
LAND: Mostly timber
HUNTING: Excellent Deer Hunting
ACCESS: 1/4 mile frontage on gravel county road
TAXES: Approximately $80.00 per year based on 2015
The information contained herein is not warranted for accuracy, but believed to be correct, subject to errors, omissions, price change, prior sales, withdrawal, and other terms and conditions beyond our control. We do not guarantee that all things will be the same upon personal inspection.
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Situated atop a hillside with gently slope and 16 m/l acres pasture land and undisturbed natural beauty overlooking a stocked pond with wooden bench and beautiful view overlooking the farmland and pond; this inviting Ranch simply has it all!
Country living and close to town within 10 min. to Hospitals, Schools, Shopping, Highway 69, Highway 270 or Indian Nation Turnpike. A rare find close to town with all the fine amenities this Ranch offers.
As we enter the first gate we will drive about o.3 mile drive-way to the home with lush grounds all around you. Before the home; beginning with the fenced yard is another farm gate. Both gates have electric so if you wish to put electronic gate openers on it;
Gentlemans Ranch: Custom built 3 bedroom 3 bath 2.5 garage, brick home with 2 fire places built 1983, newer 5 year old roof, 110 year old red barn, and a 2 acre spring fed pond. Fully fenced and landscaped with fruit trees too. Just 1 hour south of Tulsa and only 5 min. from Chetoah. 41 acres under pasture or can be farmed, comes with an oil lease which renews every 3 years. Great schools and facilities in town, Chetoah is the best small town in the USA. Lake Eufalla 10 minuets south. Showing by appointment only, please call 954-899-5041 Paul Webb
Paul WebbPaul Webb
$299,99930 acres3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2688 sqft24643 N. Douglas Blvd., Mulhall, Oklahoma73073 - Logan County
Country Home On ACREAGE- Look here! This beautiful 2,600+ sq. ft. UNDERGROUND home has been completely updated and is move in ready! The charming rural acreage includes a 3 bed, 2 bath home constructed in 1992, several outbuildings and 30 acres of mostly all improved pasture. Not only is this home a shelter from Oklahoma weather but it is also energy efficiency! The floor plan is open and spacious yet still very inexpensive to heat and cool. The house features many upgrades such as teak hardwood flooring, granite countertops, new stainless appliances: double oven, cooktop, dishwasher, kitchen sink and trash compactor. The walls and ceiling have been hand textured and both bathrooms have ceramic tile. The property is located in the wonderfu
Rachel Pickens - The Oklahoma Land LadyMetro First Realty Stillwater
$3,894,4502,596 acres1.5 hrs SE of OKC, 3hrs N of Dallas, TX, 2hrs S of Tulsa, Stuart, Oklahoma74531 - Hughes County
The ranch is made up of three separate parts -The Farm, the 30 acres with the managers house, and the ranch. Features really nice pasture and beautiful trees, Hunting and fishing. The Farm is vital for the irrigated bottom land. It is insurance against drought, The shop is vital to the maintenance of equipment. Hunting and fishing are possible here. In addition to the shop there are two barns, an irrigation well, water well, electricity, a cellar and a septic system. Both wells have pumps. There is considerable elevation difference in the upland and the Canadian river bottom that can be scenic. The Manager's Place provides a home for an employee. This is an older, modest home with some out buildings. The acreage has been used for horses
Sandy Brock BaheAccredited Land Brokers - World Class Ranches-Bob Bahe
$430,000156.3 acres4 Beds | 3 Baths16870 S. 401ST W. AVE, Bristow, Oklahoma74010 - Creek County
The Snow Ridge Ranch in the Kiamichi Mountains area is an excellent hunting and recreational ranch! It is in fantastic condition with a healthy forest and wildlife habitat that has been carefully managed to attract and keep a high number of white-tailed deer and turkeys, and it also has an improved road system that allows for access to the entire property. As another key attribute, the ranch is registered in the Deer Management Assistance Program with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation which allows for additional deer tags, and additional hunting days to fill them. DMAP permit holders can harvest additional antlerless deer any day during the archery, primitive firearms or deer gun seasons, not just on designated antlerles
Description:This tract of land consists of 160 acres. The property offers acres of cultivation with the balance in good native grass and timber. There is good perimeter fencing and a spring fed pond.
Selling Surface Rights Only.
Legal Description: NW/4 of Section (27), Township (20) North, Range (3), W.I.M. Garfield County, Oklahoma
F.S.A. Information: 155.52 Cropland Acres, 88.75 DCP, Yield 32
Soil Information: Kirkland Renfrow Complex III, Grainola Masham Ironmound Complex IV .
Possession: will be given after the harvest of the existing 2016 wheat crop
Minerals: selling surface rights only.
This appealing property offers discriminating buyers productive acreage, a large comfortable home, and several well-constructed barns located near Bartlesville, Oklahoma, less than an hour from Tulsa and southern Kansas.
The attractive drive into the ranch reveals an approximately 5,300 square foot home that is set back from the county road and secluded from the public by varied mature trees and a small stream. From the outside and through the front door it says relax, you are in the country. The pond, with an attractive island, just east of the home just contributes to the serenity of the property.
The barns offer hay storage, equipment storage, livestock protection, tack room and shop space. Additionally, the at least 6 pastures and