Land for Sale in Oklahoma
Find Farms, Ranches, Acreage, and Country Homes for Sale
Recent internal data records appromixately $4 billion in land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale in Oklahoma. This represents about 539,000 acres of land for sale in the state. Of Oklahoma's 77 counties, Oklahoma County had the most rural property and land for sale. Based on comps submitted through the Lands of America Comparable Sales program last month, Oklahoma is among the country's top five states for land sold during the month. This reflects a decrease in sales activity over data from the month before. Latimer, Le Flore County had the most land sales recently in the state. Oklahoma covers a diverse landscape that incorporates 12 distinct ecoregions. Hunters and outdoor sports people can enjoy some 1.6 million acres of wildlife management areas throughout the state, while anglers get their pick of 35 major lakes covering over a half-million acres. The state has also been ranked among the ten best states for the cost of living by U.S. News & World Report. In terms of its size, Oklahoma is the country's 20th-largest state, covering an area of 69,903 square miles (45 million acres). Of its total landmass, 68,595 square miles is land, while the remaining 1,304 square miles comprises water. Game species to be found on land for sale in Oklahoma include whitetail deer, turkey, ducks, hog, and dove. Anglers have their choice of bass, catfish, and walleye.
Land for sale including Recreational Property in Bartlesville Oklahoma
This property is located 4 miles west of Bartlesville on the south side of Highway 60 at the Turkey Creek Bridge. The Lazy H Ranch has been in the same family for almost 80 years and is remembered by local residents for the attractive entrance and acreage that was previously in cultivated crops.
The land previously farmed has been planted to introduced forages such as bermuda and fescue. The excellent forage base can be supplemented with clovers, crabgrass, annual ryegrass and other introduced forages to provide an even more diverse forage base. The high quality silt loam soils are an indication of the productivity of the property.
Spring fed Turkey Creek wanders through the acreage providing water and shade for livestock, excelle