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$450,000 240 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2 sqft
Tipton, OK 73570 - Tillman County

Hunter's Bonanza Ranch

Rarely do I see a hunting property as good as this one, especially in regard to turkey and whitetail. While taking pictures, I jumped one mature buck (10 or 12 point), one large doe, and one 2016 fawn. I was only there for about 25 minutes, and I certainly did not canvass the entire property! Folks, we are talking creek frontage (often running), heavy cover, electrical power, water well, elevation variance, high fence on the west side, super nice and super large Solitaire double wide of about 2,200 sq. ft. m/l, 55 acres for food plots or income or both, garage/carport hybrid, storage building, plum thickets, and room for 5 or 6 hunters (if they plan their direction of fire). All this is only about three miles from a highway and five mil
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$165,000 8 acres
Frederick, OK 73542 - Tillman County

Rural Retreat

Do you love country living but do not necessarily want or need a big house with a lot of acres? Are you looking for an affordable, well kept home with plenty of space and outbuildings for sheep, goats, dogs or perhaps horses? If all of this sounds intriguing, read on. This 8 acre tract with a home (1,848 sq. feet) is located approximately 9 miles southwest of Frederick (on paved roads except for the last 1 miles which has good gravel). The present owner was/is world renown as a greyhound race dog breeder and used the property for greyhound breeding and development until her retirement two years ago. Since her retirement, much of the infrastructure dedicated to the greyhound business has been removed. Some of the major structures still r
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$4,200,000 2,200 acres
County Rd. 1810, Frederick, OK 76542 - Tillman County

North Fork Cattle Ranch

This is an amazing 2200 +/- ranch in southwest Oklahoma, located in western Tillman County along the North Fork of the Red River. This ranch has improved grasses, excellent fencing, irrigation, pristine facilities, and river bottom hunting. Its approximately ten miles west of Frederick (pop. 3,797), where there is a 6099' x 150' regional airport, feed store, grocery store, and medical clinic. RANCH DETAILS: - 2200 +/- deeded acres - 160 state lease ($2500/yr; 5 yr lease with 3 yrs left) - 15 cross fenced pastures (including state lease) - 23 miles of fences, all built within the last seven years (6 wire 4 pt. barbed wire, 6.5' steel t-posts with 10' spacing, pipe brace posts every 20 t-posts, 6.5" pipe corners, double H braces)
Benjamin Belew & Beau Byars Legacy Properties
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$124,000 120 acres
Loveland, OK 73533 - Tillman County

Ducks 'N' More Ranch

Beautiful 120 A. (m/l), WRP. This natural preserve property is a hunting paradise with quail, ducks, and deer. Amazing land engineering; $220,000.00 has been spent on design and construction of this project. The property is located about 8 miles from the Kiowa Casino and is near Loveland, OK. It is priced at $124,000.00 with an option to purchase the adjacent 40 acres which is level and fertile farmland.
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$180,000 160 acres
Loveland, OK 73553 - Tillman County

Hunkpapa Ranch

Hunkpapa Ranch Wow man! Brand new wetland and located only about two hours from Ft. Worth, two hours from Oklahoma City, or three hours from Dallas. The government just got through spending $218,000.00 on this property to construct berms, control structures, and the like. The WRP sector utilizes approximately 120 acres of the tract while 40 acres remain productive farmland. Were I to own it, I might suggest the 40 acres be planted to grain sorghum, wheat, or alfalfa. The land is good enough for any of these choices. The 40 acres is elevated, and a cabin overlooking the wetlands has great appeal to me. It could be situated so as to not be too intrusive. While waterfowl are clearly the trump card, the property is near Cache Creek and
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC