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John McElroy
John McElroy
Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC

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

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$115,000 76 acres
Tipton, Oklahoma 73570 - Tillman County

Do It To It Acres

Do It To It Acres Located near Tipton and with mile of frontage on the blacktop, all weather Laing School road, this 80 acres m/l is suitable for all dry land crops grown in the area. Almost all of the soil is tillable and is classified as Grandfield loamy fine sand, undulating. (It must have only barely reached the undulating threshold because it is nearly level land.) While continued cropping is certainly in the cards and fully expected in regard to this property, it could certainly be put back to grass. Some prospective buyers would likely consider it for a place to build a home, especially since it is on a blacktop and offers nice views of the Wichita Mountains. Finally, this 80 acre tract can fit a lot of budgets and m
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$480,000 80 acres
Medicine Park, Oklahoma 73557 - Comanche County

Medicine Creek Ranch

Medicine Creek Ranch Oh, my gosh! That is all I could think of to say when I first got onto this property. It sort of felt like I was in Colorado, and yet I was only about 18-22 miles from Lawton. Picture this: 1. A big beautiful mountain on the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge joins you on the south with scenic Mt. Roosevelt off to the southwest plainly in view, too. 2. You are one of only about 30 properties of any size that actually joins the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge. 3. As owner you have one-fourth mile of Medicine Creek frontage, and you have both sides of the creek. 4. Probably 90% of this place is wooded; some would say 100% except for the Medicine Creek stream area itself. 5. There are no neighbors unless y
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$105,600 80 acres
Cooperton, Oklahoma 73564 - Kiowa County

Serenity Gap Ranch

Serenity Gap Ranch Now here is something you do not often find. Here is a property that almost joins the famed Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge and also is near a historic site. Long ago braves from the Osage tribe attacked a village of Kiowa Indians while the braves of the Kiowa village were gone on a hunting trip leaving only women, children, and older men to defend themselves against the attacking warriors from the Osage Tribe; hence the name Cutthroat Gap. This property is very near Cut Throat Gap. This is nearly level property that is 80 acres m/l in total with about 75 of those acres generally used to produce wheat. But the land is plenty good enough to grow cotton, grain sorghum, sesame, and canola. Heck, I think it might even
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC