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Land for sale in Blanco Oklahoma

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$239,400 120 acres
Blanco, OK 74501 - Pittsburg County

120 acres Blanco, OK

Description: 120 acres M/L in Pittsburg County, Okla. Property sits approx. 1 miles from the town of Blanco, Ok. Access: Easement from the county road to the north. Terrain: Very flat and level with creek bottoms meandering throughout the property. Water: 1 creek Brushy Creek is a major year round creek that would have fishing opportunities. Game: This property has very good numbers of Whitetail Deer and Eastern Wild Turkey. It is surrounded by large ranches which provides privacy and reduces hunting pressure. This property sits right in the middle of the Kiamichi Big Buck Classic. Brokers Notes: This is a very nice 120 acres. The pastures of this property are being used for cattle grazing and were baled in the past. In the
Tim Diehl S.E. Okla. Realty L.L.C.
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$4,200,000 986.98 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 2304 sqft
Blanco, OK 74528 - Pittsburg County

Brushy Creek Ranch

BRUSHY CREEK RANCH Brushy Creek Ranch is a one-of-a-kind cattle/recreation ranch located in the scenic Jack Fork Mountains of Southeast Okla. Every detail has been attended to in this immaculate property. This ranch offers top notch grazing in its fertile valleys capable of running between 160-200 head of cattle yearly. This combination ranch has some of the highest Whitetail Deer populations in this portion of the state due to its ideal habitat provided by the abundance of native forage located in the Brushy Creek bottoms and the abundance of acorns produced by hardwoods atop of the Jack Fork Mountains. This ranch has a fabulous 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home, guest cabin, barns and cattle facilities second to none. *McAlester, Ok.
Tim Diehl S.E. Okla. Realty L.L.C.
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$80,000 40 acres
120 mi. S. of Tulsa, 160 mi. N. of Dallas., Blanco, OK 74569 - Pittsburg County

Rock Creek 40-jc

 Located only minutes off of either Highway 69/75 or the Indian Nation Turnpike, this property is the ideal recreational getaway. Rock Creek meanders from the North end to the South and features a honey hole or two for fishing as well as a rope swing for cooling off on those warm summer afternoons.There is a picnic/campground near the creek that is easily accessible even with a camper or trailer in tow. The land on either side of the creek ranges from moderately to extremely sloping and supports a healthy growth of hardwood trees that provide habitat for Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Rabbit and the rest of the Native Species. Imagine having your own private retreat where you can hunt, fish, hike, climb, camp, ride the ATVs or the horses, or
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