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John McElroy
John McElroy
Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC

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

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$1,900,000 1,143 acres
Blair, OK - Jackson County

Northfork Hunting Ranch

Northfork Hunting Ranch is an exceptional property with alluring features that provide adventure, seclusion, and scenic vistas of the Wichita Mountains. The North Fork of the Red River runs through it offering frontage on both sides of the river. A spring fed pond/lake is stocked and has never gone dry! There are ample sites for wildlife food plots, and Northfork Hunting Ranch is unrivaled for whitetail deer and turkey. Also anticipate dove and perhaps quail. A blacktop road, which almost reaches the property, provides accessibility. The property offers living quarters for a caretaker, an unfinished building intended for 6-12 guests, and a very nice and quite new, large barn. An older wood frame house, which could be restored, is als
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$800,000 640 acres
Vinson, OK - Harmon County

Cave Creek Hunting Ranch

PRICE REDUCED! Cave Creek Ranch - $800,000.00 Its not often an entire section of prime hunting land comes on the market. We are pleased to announce this is one of those times. As the name implies, Cave Creek in northwest Harmon County runs through the property, providing water, food, and cover. There are rolling hills and verdant grass, several ponds and draws, and trees for shade. Heck, even the mesquite looks like its been managed to provide terrific quail cover. Most of the grass is native, with some Bermuda. Rainfall permitting, the buyer could likely run 50 to 60 cows on the property. Speaking of quail, they are abundant this year especially on the eastern side. Native grass, sunflowers, a little mesquite and sage brush
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$312,400 160 acres
Manitou, OK - Tillman County

The West 160

Tract #1 The West 160 Tillman County is well known for two things agriculturally speaking. One is a relatively large amount of fertile and level or nearly level land. The other well-known positive is the Tillman Terrace Aquifer which is used extensively for irrigation, mostly center pivot irrigation in the modern era. This 160-acre (M/L) tract is a sandy loam farm located within the Tillman Terrace irrigation portion of the county. While not currently irrigated, it is conceivable that this tract could offer irrigation wells sufficient to irrigate the tract. This land is currently in the CRP with a contract that expires on September 30, 2023. It may also be of interest to the reader to know that this tract is one of three being offere
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$285,000 76 acres
Lawton, OK - Comanche County

Businessman's Dream Acreage

Located on four lane highway frontage between Lawton and the Duncan Y, here is a property that is ideal for commercial or residential development. It is also ideal for the city guy or gal who yearns for an element of the rural life such as a small herd of cattle or a few horses. The property is all grass and offers two access points (entrances) from Hwy. 7 with mile of frontage. With this property one will be only about 10 minutes from Lawton and 20 minutes from Duncan or Marlow. The property is also located about 10 minutes from the schools of Central High. They say real estate is about location, location, and location. Well, folks, this is an ideal location for any number of uses! Check this one out!
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$250,000 240 acres
Vinson, OK - Harmon County

Harmon Rugged Hunting

This superbly rugged ranch has plenty of ups and downs, just the way wildlife likes it. Two hundred and forty (+/-) acres of cover, and plenty of native grass round it out - two ponds and a creek top it off. Whitetail deer, dove, quail and turkeys are waiting for you, whether you're a bow or gun hunter, or prefer your hunting "by camera". If you like horseback riding, you'll really adore this place. There are mowed riding trails throughout. ATV enthusiasts will enjoy it as well. There are 2 solar-powered wells, several blinds, and good 4- and 5-strand barbed wire around the perimeter. If you want to raise some livestock, there is a corral on the west side. Power is available at the southwest corner of the property. Yep, the t
John McElroy Tumbleweed Territory Real Estate, LLC
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$250,000 160 acres
Lone Wolf, OK - Kiowa County

Tranquility Ranch

About 10 miles northwest of Lone Wolf, Oklahoma, Tranquility Ranch is a real good combination tract of productive cultivated land and grass. The grass portion is mostly good soil, and there is a good stock pond. Most of the cultivated land is good enough for not only wheat but also cotton and other crops adapted to this climate. Indeed, the west side of the tract is nearby level. Another thing I like about Tranquility Ranch is that one can see almost every inch of the property from the road which makes livestock care and management just that much easier, faster, and more efficient. Finally, it does not hurt a thing to observe the Wichita Mountains in the distance. Tranquility never hurts a single farm or ranch. See you there.
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$248,400 77 acres
Tecumseh, OK - Pottawatomie County

77 acres Tecumseh, OK

Suppose you are a buyer who just wants some good ranch land relatively close to Oklahoma City. Suppose you desire a nice place to raise your kids where they have a horse or a show project such as a steer, pig, lamb, or a goat. Suppose you also want to be on pavement and have a few mature pecan trees. Suppose you want a good size pond to stock for fishing, and you want the pond to be a short distance from your home. Suppose you appreciate the productivity of Class I and Class II bottom land. Suppose you would like to see a deer or two meander across your place from time to time. Suppose you want to keep your good job in Oklahoma City but live in the country or at least be within easy striking distance of the country for the weekends. Sup
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$233,000 5.5 acres 3 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 3100 sqft
Devol, OK - Cotton County

Deep Red Ranch

PRICE REDUCED! If you are looking for a place in the country, rural but not rustic, within reasonable commuting distance from Lawton, OK, or Wichita Falls, TX, and a beautiful home waiting for you at the end of the day, this just might be where your search ends. This 1-1/2 story house, almost 3,200 sq. ft., has been delightfully updated, with 16" ceramic tile in the kitchen and living room, and hardwood flooring in the bedrooms. A little work remains, but someone who is handy would not find it much of a challenge. Of course, re-modelers and skilled finish contractors are also available for the rest of us. Cable and telephone service is provided by Santa Rosa Telephone Co-operative. Every room is wired for cable. There are three ai
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$208,377 53.43 acres
Wilson, OK - Carter County

53.43 acres Wilson, OK

Make-A-Wish Ranch -Did you ever wish you could find a place that both seems remote and yet offers easy access? -Did you ever wish the place was already served with electrical power and water? -Did you ever wish you could contribute to the features of the property by designing your own dam, lake, home (or cabin), one or all? -Did you ever wish for a deer hunting place without driving all the way to Kingdom Come? -Did you ever wish you could find a place where the taxes were at least reasonable? -Did you ever wish for your own fishing lake (or lakes) just for yourself and maybe friends or your grand-children? -Well then, check out Make-A-Wish Ranch! Please call or e-mail for exact property lines.
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$170,000 160 acres
Loveland, OK - 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
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