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John McElroy
John McElroy
Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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Highlighted Properties of John McElroy with Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC in Snyder, OK

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$279,650 164.5 acres
Lawton, OK 73505 - Comanche County

Rolling Meadows Ranch

Rolling Meadows Ranch Some properties have beauty. Some properties have productivity. Still, others offer an attractive building location. Folks, Rolling Meadows Ranch gets a check mark in all three categories. Just one mile off of Highway 65 or Highway 7 (take your pick), this all-native grass quarter has the ponds, the grass and the nearby access to paved roads. It is also near Lawton, Oklahoma, the interstate, and the well regarded Central High School district. Cattle or other stock will benefit from the abundant grass and the ponds that grace the property. The cattle will have adequate shade, too. But even with the trees, the place can be assessed virtually 100% by pickup, and the cattle can be counted and checked thoroughly in a
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$57,000 40 acres
Roosevelt, OK 73564 - Kiowa County

Twin Mountain 40

Now here is a good starter property or a property to add to ones other holdings. Located right on Highway 19 southwest of Roosevelt, Oklahoma, The 40 affords great views of the surrounding Wichita Mountains and Twin Mountain in particular. Also, this tract is only a short drive from Lake Tom Steed and Great Plains State Park. Hobart, Blair, and Roosevelt are all 20 minutes or less away and on paved roads in every instance. All cultivated, this land will grow wheat, cotton, grain sorghum, canola, or any other crop adapted to the area. The 40 is nearly level and sure is a nice place.
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$165,000 157 acres
Duke, OK 73532 - Jackson County

High Ridge Ranch

Located adjacent to little used Highway 34 and near Eldorado, Oklahoma, this property is a sportsmans dream come true. On two adjoining properties, the farmers grow winter wheat, so the food plots are already furnished (at the expense of the neighbors). There is ample cover, mostly mesquite, and outstanding elevation variance. The location of the hunting blind offers an outstanding view across a wide area to observe whitetail deer on the property as well as to monitor the strategically placed corn feeder. There is a new 30 x 50 steel building and new electrical service to the camp site and building. The building offers lots of possibilities for uses. The concrete floor is throughout the building. Also included is the travel trailer you w
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC