1330 acres in Cherokee County, Oklahoma
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Description of the Land
This 1330 acres includes 2 full sections of land minus 10 acres (which is for sale by another seller) and plus 60 acres on 2 adjoining sections. A valley which has been partly cleared runs down the middle of the width of the two sections with wooded hills on boths sides with a spring creek running the width of the property. Lots of wildlife, such a deer, wild hog, turkey and many others makes this a hunters paradise. Food plots can be added easily in the valley. There are several springs on the property and lots of hardwood trees with good logging potential. The property is fenced. A paved road fronts a portion of the west side of the property. There is another section line road which goes to the east side of the property. You can use the valley for cattle and hunt in the hills. Not many large sections of land are left in this area. Located in the NW part of Cherokee county and 40 acres in Mayes county. Approx 1 hour drive from Tulsa and Muskogee.
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