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807 acres Blackburn, OK $1,299,000

807 acres Blackburn, OK

Pawnee County No Fences Land Company No Fences Land Company

Type: Acreage

Location: Lost Bridge Ranch is located 15 miles northwest of Cleveland, OK on a peninsula formed by a 180 degree meander in the Arkansas River. The ranch is located only 50 miles from Tulsa, 100 miles from Edmond and 115 miles from OKC. The ranch has no through roads but does have county road access on two sides with the Arkansas River bordering the rear of the ranch. Land: The ranch overlies the Ada formation that consists of interbedded shale, sandstone and limestone units. The elevation of the ranch ranges from 740 ft to 940 ft with loamy prairie soils in the higher meadows and shale lined creeks in the drainages. The transition from the upland areas to the river bottom is marked by a long line of vertical sandstone bluffs that range from 5 to 10 feet tall. In addition, there are three main drainages that run north to south through the property. The center drainage is by far the largest and most pronounced. It could prove to be an excellent lake site. This part of Oklahoma is in the Crosstimbers Ecoregion and can be recognized by the presence post oak, blackjack oak and tallgrass prairie species such as bluestem, buffalo grass and gamma grass in prairie/savanna/woodland complexes. Because there was no commercial use of the smaller oaks in this region, the Crosstimbers Ecoregion harbors one of the last undisturbed, old-growth forests. Don't let their diminutive size fool you, many of the individual trees in this area are 200 to 500 years old. In addition to tallgrass meadows, the property has also been planted with alfalfa for wildlife forage. Cedar management can be a difficult challenge, however, the vast majority of cedars have been mechanically removed. In addition, fire breaks have been established throughout the ranch so that vegetation can be safely managed with prescribed burning. The Pawnee Rural Fire Department currently assists with the annual prescribed fire. Lastly, 12 miles of internal trails and roads allows easy access to the entire ranch. Water: Lost Bridge Ranch is located on the Arkansas River, downstream of Kaw and Sooner Lakes and upstream of Keystone Lake. It receives approximately 40 inches of rain per year. In addition, the Ada-Vamoosa Aquifer underlies the property. This aquifer covers 2320 square miles and provides water to many local rural water districts and municipalities. The closest water well is 2 miles northeast of the ranch. This well was drilled to a depth of 141 feet below ground surface and produces 42 gallons per minute from a white limestone unit. Drinking water is provided by the local rural water district. There are 5 ponds on the property. Two of the ponds are relatively shallow and primarily serve as watering holes for wildlife and habitat for waterfowl. The remaining three ponds are stocked with bass and perch. Improvements: The ranch house was completely remodeled 2 years ago. It is 1800 square feet with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Almost everything is brand new: wiring, windows, doors, floors, cabinets, appliances, granite countertops, hot water heater, central heat and air system, and "forever" roof heavy duty shingles . The house is equipped with a 1000 gallon propane tank, Dish Network, wifi network, telephone and ADT security system. There is also a large storage shed 1500 sq ft with concrete floor, two overhead doors, electricity, safe room and bathroom with toilet, hot water heater and shower. The property is fenced. The northeast quarter section has a new fence and cattle guards. The remainder of the fencing is serviceable. Free fencing supplies are available to fence the border with the Oklahoma Wildlife Management Area if the buyer wishes to pay for or provide the labor to install the fence. Lastly, a historic rock bridge, the "Lost Bridge", is located in the northeastern corner of the ranch. The craftmanship of a bygone era is evident in the tight fit of the century old joints in this unsupported arch style bridge. In the many years since the county road that crossed the "Lost Bridge" was closed, the timber has closed back in on the road bed to the point that it appears that the bridge never was part of a road. Instead, it looks like it merely joins one hill to another. Wildlife/Hunting: If you are looking for a wide variety of wildlife, then Lost Bridge Ranch may offer just about the most species that you will find on any one ranch in Oklahoma. Trophy deer in the 160 to 170 inch B C range have been seen on the property recently and a 180 inch buck was killed here in the past. Wild turkeys, ducks, quail 3 coveys , wild hogs, doves, bobcats, phesant and coyotes are all present on the ranch. In addition to the bass fishing in the ponds, you can also catch spoonbill, sand bass and catfish in the river. The owners have planted alfalfa, food plots and also provide supplemental feeders for the wildlife. Many of these feeders are located on "wagonwheel" food plots that have the tower blind in the center hub of the food plot with shooting lanes cut in multiple directions into the woods. Each of these lanes serve as food plots. Minerals: The seller owns 280 net mineral acres and they WILL CONVEY with the surface. Of the 280 mineral acres, 40 acres are held by production and the remainder are unleased. The ranch is thought to overlie the Mississippi Lime that is currently being drilled and produced in northern Oklahoma. The majority of drilling started along the Kansas line to the northwest of the property but has been migrating to the southeast. Sandridge, Petroquest and Devon have been actively drilling this play. Published literature on two horizontally drilled and hydraulically fractured wells in Pawnee County indicated production rates between 200 and 600 bpd of oil. Exemptions: Wildlife habitat improvement program money has been used to conduct cedar control projects. Taxes: $2000/yr Property Summary: Lost Bridge Ranch offers Arkansas River frontage, a nicely remodeled home, new shop building, maintained trails and fire breaks. In addition, you have the unique opportunity to own 280 acres of minerals CONVEY WITH SURFACE overlying the active Mississippi Lime play. Fire managment techniques have been applied to the property to greatly enhance the deer and turkey hunting. In addition, alfalfa meadows have been recently planted and native prairie grass restored. Quail, pheasant, ducks, spoonbill, catfish and bass are also on the property. All of this plus a historic rock arch bridge make Lost Bridge Ranch an ideal get away. All perspective buyers must be prequalified prior to scheduling a showing of the property.

640 acres Pawnee, OK $1,200,000

640 acres Pawnee, OK

Pawnee County Home Office United Country Real Estate

Type: Acreage

640 acres of prime farmland with lots of deer, turkey, stocked pond, fishing, wild hogs. Trees along gulley's, open meadows, native grass, Bermuda grass pastures, 150 acres of wheat fields. Working farmland and livestock ranching pastures. Great recreation and/or hunting property, 2 barns 30 x 40 and 40 x 60 with corrals, and pastures. Rural water on east and north sides of section and well water. Fenced and cross fenced with 5 fenced sections. 11 ponds available for stock. One of the ponds is 22' deep. If you like to fish, there is a 1 acre stocked pond. A nice creek is on property that runs into Bear Creek. Property has beautiful views on the rolling hills. Some flat spots, great building sites. 150 acres in native grass, 150 acres Bermuda grass, 128 acres in timber, 212 acres native grass with some scattered trees. Conveniently located between 4 state hwy's (64, 177, 18, 15). Near Sooner Lake.

0.46 acres Cleveland, OK $350,000

Pawnee County Earl Burden Coldwell Banker Select-Land & Ranch Division

Type: Acreage

Waterfront lake living. Private dock, in ground pool, cabana. Two master suites. 4 car garage. Full walkout basement to pool and entertainment area. Shop with 220

55 acres Cleveland, OK $133,000

55 acres Cleveland, OK

Pawnee County Jeff Scott Century 21 Goodyear Green

Type: Acreage

Heavily wooded with 2 ponds that are spring fed. Rolling topography with granite rock outcroppings scattered around property. This would be a great hunting property or place to build your secluded home. Property could also be used for livestock grazing as there is good grass on property. Located less than 5 minutes from highway 99, there is easy access to property and to the town of Cleveland and you areless than 30 minutes from Keystone Lake.

186 acres Ralston, OK $375,000

186 acres Ralston, OK

Pawnee County Keith Cheatham Keith Cheatham Agency

Type: River Property

2 tracts totaling over 186 acres. Over 1/2 mile of river front property and the Mouth of Cole creek. Farm ground, native grasses and Native trees. 4 miles south of Ralston on paved road.
 

1.63 acres Cleveland, OK $225,000

1.63 acres Cleveland, OK

Pawnee County Tom Herring Coldwell Banker Select

Type: Lake House

Very nice floor plan, newer carpet, ceramic flooring, roof shingles 3 years old. Indoor safe room, sun room and hidden room, built-ins, library panelling. Sun room. 3 lots 1.63 acres m/l. Nice subdivision, paved roads MLS #1401727
 

5 acres Pawnee, OK $220,000

5 acres Pawnee, OK

Pawnee County Keith Cheatham Keith Cheatham Agency

Type: Residential 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 3900 SqFt

Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath with fireplace, safe room, over 3900 Square feet of living area, 2 car attached garage, 1 car detached garage & shop, on 5 acres. City water, electric, sewer and Ok Nat gas.
 

1.13 acres Pawnee, OK $10,000

1.13 acres Pawnee, OK

Pawnee County Keith Cheatham Keith Cheatham Agency

Type: Acreage

Building lots for sale! Platted subdivision. Lots Starting at 1.13 acres to 1.67 acres Lot prices start at $10,000.
 
17.93 acres Cleveland, OK

17.93 acres Cleveland, OK

$899,000 Pawnee County

1.25 acres Cleveland, OK

1.25 acres Cleveland, OK

$395,000 Pawnee County

20 acres Terlton, OK

$350,000 Pawnee County

18 acres Cleveland, OK

18 acres Cleveland, OK

$320,000 Pawnee County

3.5 acres Cleveland, OK

3.5 acres Cleveland, OK

$259,900 Pawnee County

41 acres Cleveland, OK

41 acres Cleveland, OK

$245,000 Pawnee County

148 acres Maramec, OK

148 acres Maramec, OK

$199,800 Pawnee County

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