Kelly Hurt


Kelly Hurt founded the Land Doctors in 2015 to achieve his vision of an integrated farm and ranch company that could offer clients exceptional land brokerage as well as construction and management services. The Land Doctors team has quickly grown to include four sales agents and a partner who handles home and barn construction services. The Land Doctors work across the entire state of Oklahoma but focus on an area east of I-35, West of Highway 75 and South of the Turner Turnpike. We think you will see the passion that we have for the natural beauty that the Sooner State has to offer.
$5,692,500  •  2,070 acres
High Point Ranch is a 2070 acre working cattle ranch in western McIntosh County, just seven miles south of I-40 and four miles east of the Indian Nation Turnpike, making the ranch a short one hour drive from Tulsa, 90 minutes from OKC and three hours from Dallas straight up Highway 75 and the turnpike. Not all ranches are created equal. While there may be some debate of which features are the most important, there are a few that are on everyone's list. Great fences, ample water, and fertile soils are the basis of a functioning ranch. Ranch houses, shops, barns and working pens are also at the top of the list. Beyond that, there are the intangibles that really make a ranch desirable. Big views, elevation changes and glorious sunsets add something to a ranch that can't be quantified financially even though the mental impact of these features is enormous. The awesome skyline of the ranch is due to it being located at the highest elevation in McIntosh County. In addition, the horseshoe shaped high ground of the ranch wraps around the bottomland of Shell Creek allowing you to survey almost the entire property from the porch of the eastern ranch house. We caught a beautiful sunset while on the property filming and even though we had been filming for over 9 hours, we had to stop and just soak it all in. We can easily imagine the beauty of the sunrise breaking over the far eastern ridge every morning. The beauty of this place would never get old. High Point Ranch is a mixture of land types that you only find at the interface between the American South and West. Big drainages with deep soils support a growth of massive timber while high ridges are blanketed by a natural grassland. The topography not only provides for beautiful views but also protects the livestock from cold north winds in the winter. These south-facing slopes are sure to absorb more sunshine in the late winter and with prescribed fire could offer you an opportunity to jumpstart forage production in the early spring. Speaking of fences, all but a small portion of the ranch is included inside the high fenced perimeter of the combined High Point and Canadian River Ranches. The adjoining 11,084 acres of the Canadian River Ranch is also for sale if you have the appetite for a 13,000 acre plus contiguous ranch. The boundary between the two ranches is a typical barb wire fence. Of course, water is important, and the ranch boasts a 10-acre lake plus at least a dozen smaller stock ponds in addition to 2 miles of Shell Creek. The lake sits in a high draw on the western edge of the ranch. Almost completely hidden until you make the final approach, this clear water lake is a beautiful site to behold. The presence of fishing boats leads us to believe the fishing is good. The lake also serves a practical purpose as the source of water for the drip irrigation system in the creek bottom and the livestock water tanks.  Most of the Class 2 and 3 soils are in the western and northern high ground in addition to the creek bottom near Shell Creek. The southern pastures also double as hay meadows. Areas near the lake and all along the eastern ridge remind you of a landscape you might see in New Mexico with native grasses and smaller trees. We also noticed hunting blinds, food plots and feeders in these areas. There is little doubt that this part of the ranch holds significant wildlife populations. Lastly, there are two ranch houses, a sale barn, three shops/barns, and four sets of pens. These improvements are functional but could use some TLC. As always, Land Doctors Construction would be happy to provide estimates for whatever changes and repairs you might want. If you are looking for a ranch that is not only productive but also beautiful to behold, then give Kelly Hurt at call at 580 421 7512 to discuss or set up a showing.
$6,125,000  •  2,197 acres
The very best properties hardly ever come up for sale. Fortunate families find a great place, recognize it for what it is and then hang onto it forever. In the 1950s, the late Jack Coppedge started assembling a highly productive and beautiful farm along the banks of the South Canadian River just south of Holdenville, OK. By 1963, he moved his young family onto the farm and since that time, the Coppedge River Farm has seen multiple generations of the family work and enjoy the land. Its not hard to see why the family fell in love with the place. The interface of beautiful hill ground and productive river bottoms yields dramatic views that stop you in your tracks. A blanket of oak forest on the slopes gives way to the green of wheat in the fields, open pasture curves in and around the forest and water flows everywhere. Trophy whitetails and wild turkeys live in the ribbon of forest that follows along the curve of the river. Giant bass lurk in the shaded depths of a clear water lake before breaking the surface of the shallows chasing minnows. It is a country boys dream of freshly plowed ground, content cattle grazing on green slopes and wildlife on display. It is easy to see why they kept it 60 years.Specifically, the Coppedge River Farm offers 2197 acres of land and 1449 acre-feet/year of groundwater rights for irrigating the crops. Class I soils grace 620 acres of the farm, while Class II soils blanket another 40 open acres of it. The farm has two center pivots and other areas are irrigated with older style wheel roll irrigation equipment, while water is supplied from high capacity wells completed in the shallow river alluvium. At the time of filming, 200 acres had been plowed with 60 acres of winter wheat already growing under one of the center pivots. Another 500 acres of hay meadows had been or were in the process of being cut and baled. Another 100 acres of Class II soils are heavily wooded and serve as a protective forest buffer between the erosional forces of the river and the rich farmland. The balance of the ranch is composed of hill pastures for cattle and wooded hillsides full of wildlife. The combination of pasture, hay meadows, and irrigated cropland make this farm ideal for an intensive cattle operation.In addition to the wells, water resources are abundant on the ranch. Three miles of frontage on the South Canadian River. 1.5 miles of Cindy Creek that includes a beautiful waterfall, a magnificent 10 acre lake, and various small ponds adorn the farm. The lake is particularly beautiful. According to older topo maps created before the lake was built, the lake should be 20 to 30 feet deep in the two channels that feed it. The southern arm of the lake extends into an old box canyon that is embedded into the side of the hill and should have nice drop-offs. The northern arm has a gentler slope and should have good flats for fishing during the spawn. This is the familys favorite fishing spot that has been yielding trophy bass for years. Lastly, the river provides some great catfishing and sand bass action during the spring spawning runs.The deer hunting on the farm is outstanding as the wildlife also benefit from its productivity. The river itself is a natural corridor for the movement of wildlife and the thick timber along its edge provides an ideal sanctuary for deer. The large size of the farm and its neighboring properties means that there is very little hunting pressure in this area. The presence of winter forage crops and oak forest means that there is an abundant supply of green forage and acorns to sustain all types of wildlife. Deer, turkey, hogs, waterfowl, varmits and small game can all be hunted on the property. In addition to real estate, the Land Doctors also offer construction services. We can see multiple homesite where your dream home could be built safely overlooking the river bottom from the edge of 50 foot tall hillside above. Having built beautiful homes on other ranches, we have some great ideas in mind for this one. The farm is just waiting for your family to steward it for the next 60 years like the Coppedges have for the previous 60. Dont miss this opportunity to acquire an exclusive property packed with great natural resources capable of providing your family decades of productivity and fun.
$900,000  •  10.5 acres
Most people buy homes, but a few of us want to buy time machines. We look for those places that are steeped in history, where every room has a story, and we can only wish that the walls could talk. There are just a few places like that in Oklahoma. One is the Historic Fleet Cabin. This sprawling estate is in the middle of Ada, Oklahoma, approximately 160 miles from Dallas and 85 miles from Oklahoma City. A bit of mystery surrounds this property as only a few people have actually had access to it. Today we throw its doors wide open and present the Fleet Cabin to you in all its glory as the Land Doctors latest listing.Originally built in the 1930's and completed in 1937, The Fleet Cabin was originally constructed for Frank Fleet as an addition to his extensive estate and primary residence up the hill. Frank commissioned W.F. Krause & Sons, well-known landscapers and woodworkers during that time, to design and build the cabin. Remember the Krause name, as this is an important point that we will return to in a moment. Over the next several years the Fleet family hosted numerous parties for family, business associates and the early elite of Oklahoma's history. It became the family's private park and retreat. Over 60 years later the story of the Fleet Cabin came full circle when W.F. Krause's grandson, Billy, and wife Danna purchased the property in 2002. Because of this acquisition, the walls actually have a voice as Billy can provide a treasure trove of details about the construction, history and evolution of the property that have been passed down through the family. Now that the stage is set, you can follow along as we explore the property. As you pass through the main gates and up the drive beyond the pond with its tranquil fountain, you'll soon feel as if you've entered a different time and place. The primary grounds have been meticulously maintained and manicured and feature numerous terraced levels with immaculate landscaping. As you walk through the terraced levels you'll notice the extraordinary cedars that were planted in the 30's and have grown to maturity over the decades. The elm trees, oak trees, crepe myrtles, hollies, baldcypress, and catalpas are just a few of the trees and plants you will find on this exquisite property.Generally speaking, the cabin is built in a wilderness lodge style that incorporates three main elements: naturally formed concretion rock featuring interbedded sands and gravels, petrified wood and large pine logs imported from Minnesota. Stone paths lead you either past the swimming pool or the outdoor fireplace and pavilion through the first of the terraces to main entry on the south end of the lower floor. This entry leads into a transitional sunroom with white painted concretion rock. From this point, you open a hand-made Dutch style door into the lower living room. Just stop right there and take it in as your eyes adjust to the romantic indirect lighting inset into the rock walls. Wow! A large fireplace graces one corner while antique light fixtures hang from the large logs in the ceiling. The original stain of the logs has aged into a beautiful bourbon colored patina that cannot purposely be reproduced, as only the passage of time yields that tint. A small hallway to the right leads you to a functional kitchen and a small bedroom. A 3/4 bathroom is located between the two. Another corner of the lower floor is occupied by the second guest bedroom. Opposite the fireplace stands a hand forged steel spiral staircase held together by a one-piece continuous steel top rail that extends from the bottom to the top floor. As you work your way up the staircase, you can start to see the large logs in the walls and ceiling of the top floor. You start to realize that you are about to see something special. Stop again, take a moment and take it all in. You now stand in a great hall where the giants of early Oklahoma history like Robert S. Kerr came to set the course for a young state, do deals and settle political arguments with a hand of poker. An enormous fireplace constructed of petrified wood dominates the room. Beautiful logs form the walls and ceiling, one of which has the year 1937 inscribed in the end of it. Stained glass windows adorn the peaks of the room on the east and west end and direct a beautiful light into the room. Indirect lighting embedded into the tops of the upper joist logs cast a warm light up to the ceiling that then scatters back to the floor where it reveals old world wood floors held in place by hand carved wood pegs. A hand made Dutch style door with a speakeasy window opens from the room to the north side of the house where a stone path leads you back down through the terraces to the lower level. Coat closest lie on each side of the entry. Closer inspection reveals that the doors and windows are trimmed with live bark pieces that have amazingly stood the test of time for 83 years. In addition, the interior doors are hand made with pioneer style hardware. Just behind the great room is a large master bedroom suite that includes a fireplace and large seating area with beautiful view of the rolling cross-timber hills to the south. Two doors lead from this room to twin rock stairs that curve gently back down to a landing near the main entry on the first floor. Lastly, there is a small bedroom and another bathroom complete with imported Spanish tile on the southeast corner of the upper floor. If you run out of room in the cabin, a small guest suite complete with bedroom, sitting room, kitchenette and bathroom is located in the combination guest home and shop located just beyond the pool. The primary property consists of approximately three acres, with a densely forested additional parcel on the West side that is approximately 2.66 acres. The final parcel on the South side of East Central Blvd is 4.86 acres with approximately 580' of frontage along Cradduck Road. As a final note, the sellers will remove their family mementos and most treasured keepsakes but will negotiate on much of the furniture if desired by the next owner. If you've always dreamed of owning your own exceptional piece of history, this is the property for you. Let the Land Doctors show you the place that will provide your friends and family a lifetime of memories and experiences they will cherish forever. Call Alex Leach today at 580.272.3953 or drop him an email at Alex@LandDoctors.com.
$650,000  •  200 acres
The Blue River Sanctuary is a 200-acre property located in Johnston County, approximately halfway between Folsom and Nida on the Blue River. Located just north of Kenefic, OK and 3000 feet west of State Highway 48, this property is an easy one-hour drive from the Northeast Dallas Metro. The property is accessed via a private section line road that is used for this property and one beyond it to the west. The eastern edge of Blue River Sanctuary lies approximately 750 feet from the county maintained Folsom Road. Blue River Sanctuary is a nice combination of upland and Blue River bottom land. The upland portion of the ranch starts at the northern end and generally slopes down to the south and west toward Blue River. Three meadows measuring approximately 10 acres in total lie near the northern boundary of the property along a small drainage. The meadows are mostly open and look ideal for creating food plots. The other 90 acres of uplands is covered with a blanket of mature white oaks, red oaks, and black walnuts as well as other smaller hardwood species. There are also a few evergreens on the property including Loblolly Pine planted along the access road. The forest is a mixture of open park like areas under the full canopy of the large trees and thicker bedding areas consisting of a mixture of vines and scrub brush. During our exploration of the property we found many rubs, scrapes and trails. It appears that deer are using the upland area for bedding and then moving down into the river bottom to feed and water. In addition to the mast crop, there are also many native pecan trees growing in the 35 wooded acres that run along Blue River. These trees provide small pecans that are high in fat content for wildlife. The meadows that are located on each side of the river range from waist high grass to areas where pecan saplings are starting to take over. Both of which are great cover for wildlife. True to its name, the property features approximately 2900 feet of Blue River frontage. About 40 acres of the property are on the west side of the river. Currently these meadows are accessed from the west, but we think it would be relatively simple to create a low water crossing to more conveniently access it from the east. Whether you are raising livestock, growing crops of managing wildlife, your success is ultimately tied back to the soils on the property. Half of Blue River Sanctuary has fertile Class 2 and 3 soils that can support everything from row crops, pecan groves, hay meadows, grazing or wildlife at a high level. The remaining areas on the ranch are ideal for supporting the mixed hardwood forest now growing on it. The property has 100 feet of elevation change that provides some great building sites safely above the floodplain of Blue River with nice views down into the bottom. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a showing, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512.
$825,000  •  145 acres
Longview Retreat is a wonderful combination ranch located southwest of Maysville, 1 hour south of OKC and 2 hours north of the DFW metro. This 145-acre ranch has a great combination of open meadows full of tall prairie grass and three deep draws lined with massive red oaks perfect for livestock and wildlife alike. In addition, it has a beautiful three-year-old home that would be ideal for your family.First, let's start with the land. This property has been rented and owned by the same family for decades. Once they purchased the land, they set about a stewardship program in conjunction with the OERB to address erosion caused by past oil field production. All the old oil wells were removed, a new pond dug, and eroded areas were backfilled and reseeded with grass to stabilize them. When you look at the aerial maps, you will see areas of bare soil, but they are long gone today. Instead, you will now find a thick growth of native grasses like little bluestem covering these areas. How tall is the grass? In places all you can see of the cattle is their heads when they raise them to look at you. What does this mean for the next owner? It means that the property is more than ready to support 35 cow calf pairs year around. It also means that even though these areas are technically "open", wildlife routinely utilize them for forage and movement. Deer, turkey and even quail use these areas. The three deep draws are ideal hunting areas that funnel deer through the property. The growth of large red oaks in them creates a park like setting below their full canopy. Over the years, the owner has managed his deer herd and harvested some rather impressive bucks on the property. This year he routinely had a flock of approximately 40 turkeys and 40 deer eating from feeders in his back yard. Plus, quail have been roosting on the pipe rail fence around the home. The property has 100 ft of elevation change between high point and deepest draw, generally sloping to the south. The home sits near the high spot of the property and has a 20 mile view to the south. It is beautiful. You can see rolling hills, meadows and the Arbuckle Mountains all from this vantage point. In addition, being out in the country makes for some fantastic sunsets and beautiful starlit nights. If you like privacy, rest assured that you will see very little of your neighbors, and you are tucked mostly out of sight of the road, plus, the property extends across the county road at the entry ensuring that you won't have any neighbors on that side of the road.As you enter the ranch, one of the first things you notice is that it has great boundary fences, an appealing entry and a very nice pipe and cable fence around the home. The home is located perfectly to take advantage of the big view to the south. With over 3200 square feet of living area and over 6200 square feet under roof, this spacious home is ready for almost any family. It has a two car garage for your vehicles and toys. The three children's bedrooms feature large walk in closets with nice built in storage to accommodate all of their clothes and toys. The master features a beautiful two sink vanity, walk in shower, large tub and extra large walk in closet. The kitchen is a masterpiece with top of the line appliances, cabinetry, and gorgeous countertops. The den also has beautiful cabinetry and fireplace while the dining room has amazing pin striped display shelving for your china and other keepsakes that you want to display. The home also includes a sewing/play room and an office. The owner went to great lengths to bring the outside in by wrap around porch, big swing, play set, and by capturing great views from the windows. We know and will attest to the quality of this structure because it was constructed by the Land Doctors' absolute best carpenters and cabinet makers. We know you will appreciate the quality of the construction and materials used. We think that this property is ideally suited for someone wanting to escape the city and move to a home with top end quality that you rarely see in rural Oklahoma. Most of our clients have to buy raw land and then have us build them a home to get this level of detail and craftsmanship. This is one of the few times that you can step right into a home of this level immediately. If you are looking for a place close to OKC to take in all the best that the Garvin County countryside has to offer in terms of privacy, scenery, wildlife, and housing, please call Sean Childress today at 580 320 5791.
$415,000  •  113 acres
If you were going to design the ultimate small farm, what would it look like? Would the grass be thick, lush, sprayed, fertilized, and rested from grazing? Would it have good fences and cross fences? Would there be stocked ponds in each pasture for cattle and fishing? Would it have a great shop building, hay barn, and working pens? Would it have a small cabin for you to stay in until you built your dream home or decided how to expand it? Would there be a full set of equipment available for purchase to keep it up just like it is? Would it have over a mile of road frontage in case you ever wanted to divide it up for the kids or sell some off?If that's your ideal place, then welcome to the 113 acre Rolling Meadow Farm in Asher, OK. Located 1 hour southeast of OKC, this property has frontage on Highway 18, NS 3420 and EW 1390. The main entry to the property is via the southwest corner from EW 1390. From the entry, it is just a short drive to the cozy cabin located on the lower pond. This one bed, one bath residence has a small kitchen, living room, and washroom/storage room. With an interior constructed of tongue and groove wood, it gives you that log cabin feel. It also has a nice deck that leads down to a fishing dock that extends out of the shaded area around the cabin out into the pond. This gives you a great vantage point to feed the fish and try to catch a few for the frying pan. Every farm needs a great shop and this one is no exception. At 2000 square feet enclosed with a concrete storage area on the west and south sides, this structure gives you plenty of room to store equipment and perishable supplies inside and durable materials like steel fence posts outside. This ideal work and storage space will be welcomed when working on equipment or just getting out of the weather. In addition, another 1200 square foot hay barn/horse barn with working pens is located midway on the property on the east fence line. This structure is ideally located so that you can work cows as you rotate them from the southern to the middle pasture or when you bring them back from the north pasture. The pastures have been extremely well maintained and are blanketed with a thick growth of Bermuda grass. In addition, the owner has routinely drilled rye grass in the pastures during the fall. You can still see the lines in the pasture. There is no scrub, no weeds, no cedars, nothing except good grass and strong fences. Of course, everyone wants good water. This farm has five nice sized stock ponds that also provide you with fishing opportunities for bass and catfish. In addition to the surface water, there is also a water well that supplies the  structures. If you are looking for a great spot to begin your farming career or maybe one to retire to and slow down at, then we think Rolling Meadow Farm is one you will want to see. If so, please call Chrissy at 765 220 2489.
$275,000  •  40 acres
The Barndominium on Sandy Creek is an ideal spot for someone looking for affordable living quarters in a wooded setting.   Located just west of Ada, Oklahoma, 1.5 miles south of Highway 19, 80 miles from Oklahoma City and 150 miles from Dallas; this ranch offers trail-lined rolling forest, and a combination shop and living quarters.  The main headquarters of the ranch features a combination shop and living space. The 3 bedroom 2 bathroom quarters is heated and cooled with a full kitchen and laundry hook-up. The downstairs has a nice set of kitchen cabinets, small pantry beneath the stairs, and stained concrete floors. The bedrooms are upstairs and have exposed roof trusses that extend down through the ceiling. Taller buyers will likely want the Land Doctors to give an estimate on how to cut and brace the trusses for more headroom. The shop portion is equipped with large roll up doors and would make the perfect place to store and work on equipment. The shop site itself sits atop a hill surrounded by forest with trails leading to other parts of the ranch.   We found it easy to attract deer with a simple corn pile, so you will get to enjoy good deer hunting even on a 40 acre parcel.  The property is located in the Latta School district which is recognized as one of the top schools in Pontotoc County.  
$370,000  •  132 acres
Looking for a great, secluded spot to hunt or build a small home?  Long Pond Ranch is located at the end of a dead end road, near the small town of Connerville, OK.  The ranch is 2 hours from either OKC or Dallas.  This part of Johnston County is known for its limestone soils that produce mineral rich soils that support healthy cattle and heavy horned bucks.  This 132 acre property has a small drainage that runs roughly north and south through the property with a long pond, narrow pond located at the southwest corner.  The flanks of the drainage are covered in native pecan trees.  As you move east on the property, a small limestone rise dominates the land and you see the vegetation transition to prairie grasses and smaller scrub timber.  An electric powerline runs through the property.  Nearby water wells produce as much as 700 gallons per minute of pure Arbuckle Simpson water.  This mineral rich water source alone is a great asset to anyone looking to homestead.    It is fenced but they are in need of repair.  The neighbors are larger ranches, and as such, this property would be ideal for someone looking for a very quiet, secluded spot to pursue your dreams in peace and tranquility.If you've been looking for a great spot with access to the pure waters of the Arbuckle Simpson aquifer, then you might want to check this place out.  If you have any questions or would like a showing, please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791. 
$324,000  •  120 acres
Buckhorn Ranch is a 120 acre ranch located just west of Ada, OK, 80 miles from OKC and 160 miles from Dallas. This property has an interesting history as it was formerly known as Buckhorn Track and Trail. This piece of property was formerly affiliated with Oklahoma Cross Country Racing Association, as a Motocross Track. There is a small metal shed that served as a concession stand, some of the jumps and a challenging creek crossing that still remain.Approximately 3400 feet of Buckhorn Creek runs north and south through the ranch. The flat meadows along its flanks are graced with large pecan trees and feature the most fertile soil on the property. Some of the areas are almost completely cleared and ideal for hay meadows while the pecan groves would be much better for pasturing cattle or horses. The ranch will support 30-35 cow/calf pairs on the pasture blanketing the Class 2 and 3 soils in this area. In addition, your livestock will be safely contained within a perimeter of 6-wire barbed wire fence. Buckhorn Ranch boasts multiple trails carved through the woods and would also provide great hunting. The creek was likely named "Buckhorn" by early settlers because of the deer population naturally drawn to its deep channel and clear waters. The old Motocross trails now serve as travel pathways for wildlife. We've already started getting a few trail camera photos and will continue to update the website with them. Lastly, if you are also looking for a homesite with a great view, the property has over 90 feet of elevation change. You could build your house on the hill and enjoy your afternoons watching deer and livestock feed beneath the pecan trees. There is also a secluded pond if you wanted to manage a small fishery for fun and food. Please give Sean Childress a call at 580 320 5791 if you have any questions or would like to schedule a showing.
$1,369,800  •  761 acres
Wildcat Creek Ranch 761 acre ranch conveniently located an easy 100 miles from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City and 160 miles from Dallas. The ranch lays approximately 1 mile east of a paved county road, making for quick and easy access from any of the three metro areas. This property has 200 feet of elevation change as well as over half a mile of Wildcat Creek. In addition, there is a topographical bowl in the northeastern portion of the ranch that would accommodate a 30 acre lake that would be fed by Wildcat Creek. There is already a 1.2 acre pond existing in the southwest corner of the property. Much of this ranch is a mixture of timber and scrubby regrowth of small oaks intermixed with grassy meadows. The soils on this ranch have a higher clay content and more exposed rock than the Pond Creek Ranch that adjoins on the south border, as such, the growth is dense and the ground is rugged. A gravel county road lies on the west boundary of the ranch and an oil field access road runs along the southern border of the ranch.Pond Creek Ranch features approximately 280 acres of open pasture with the remaining 310 acres in wooded draws and scrub oak interface. The ranch has 120 feet of elevation change from the high point on the east boundary down to the deep draw exiting the ranch on the west side. The elevation change occurring across this central draw that runs the width of the property and has the bulk of the timber and scrub brush. The timber has been thinned in the past and now has intermixed regrowth of oak trees and small grassy openings. This area is ideal for deer management and hunting as it provides an ideal mixture of travel corridor, cover, water, browse and acorns. In fact, we placed a trail camera in this draw to collect photos of wildlife moving through it. A clear water, 2.5 acre lake complete with an ideal stump field sits on the eastern end of the draw and provides a plentiful source of water for cattle and wildlife. Another 1.25 acre pond surrounded by smartweed and persimmons with a nice ring of aquatic vegetation looks like the ideal place to fish, hunt ducks or maybe catch a buck coming to water. One mile of the intermittent Pond Creek and two small stock ponds round out the water resources of the ranch. The 280 acres of open pasture lies in two main areas and can be managed as three pastures with the existing cross fencing. The pastured areas have a nice class 3 type of sandy loam soil and have been used for hay meadow in the past. The fences are in decent shape but could use some work plus, the pastures need to be sprayed to bring them back to their former glory. In addition to the gravel county road frontage, there is also a gravel oil well access road that cuts across the southern end of the property. Lastly, the 484 acre Mineral Springs Ranch almost touches the southwest corner of Pond Creek Ranch and would be an ideal addition for someone looking for more pasture. Taken together, these two ranches would provide 1351 acres with open areas for cattle, dense growth for wildlife and plenty of water for both. If you are looking for either type of ranch or a combination of the two, please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791 to discuss or set up a showing.
$1,200,000  •  590 acres
Pond Creek Ranch is a 590 acre ranch conveniently located an easy 100 miles from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City and 160 miles from Dallas. The ranch lays approximately 1 mile east of a paved county road, making for quick and easy access from any of the three metro areas. This property features approximately 280 acres of open pasture with the remaining 310 acres in wooded draws and scrub oak interface. The ranch has 120 feet of elevation change from the high point on the east boundary down to the deep draw exiting the ranch on the west side. The elevation change occurring across this central draw that runs the width of the property and has the bulk of the timber and scrub brush. The timber has been thinned in the past and now has intermixed regrowth of oak trees and small grassy openings. This area is ideal for deer management and hunting as it provides an ideal mixture of travel corridor, cover, water, browse and acorns. In fact, we placed a trail camera in this draw to collect photos of wildlife moving through it. A clear water, 2.5 acre lake complete with an ideal stump field sits on the eastern end of the draw and provides a plentiful source of water for cattle and wildlife. Another 1.25 acre pond surrounded by smartweed and persimmons with a nice ring of aquatic vegetation looks like the ideal place to fish, hunt ducks or maybe catch a buck coming to water. One mile of the intermittent Pond Creek and two small stock ponds round out the water resources of the ranch. The 280 acres of open pasture lies in two main areas and can be managed as three pastures with the existing cross fencing. The pastured areas have a nice class 3 type of sandy loam soil and have been used for hay meadow in the past. The fences are in decent shape but could use some work plus, the pastures need to be sprayed to bring them back to their former glory. In addition to the gravel county road frontage, there is also a gravel oil well access road that cuts across the southern end of the property. Lastly, the 484 acre Mineral Springs Ranch almost touches the southwest corner of Pond Creek Ranch and would be an ideal addition for someone looking for more pasture. If additional hunting opportunities are what you are seeking, then the 761 acre Wildcat Creek Ranch adjoins this property on the north and has a much higher percentage of wooded area. Speaking of Wildcat Creek Ranch, this property has 200 feet of elevation change as well as over half a mile of Wildcat Creek. In addition, there is a topographical bowl in the northeastern portion of the ranch that would accommodate a 30 acre lake that would be fed by Wildcat Creek. There is already a 1.2 acre pond existing in the southwest corner of the property. Much of this ranch is a mixture of timber and scrubby regrowth of small oaks intermixed with grassy meadows. The soils on this part of the ranch have a higher clay content and more exposed rock, as such, the growth is dense and the ground is rugged. A gravel county road lies on the west boundary of the ranch and an oil field access road runs along the southern border of the ranch.Taken together, these two ranches would provide 1351 acres with open areas for cattle, dense growth for wildlife and plenty of water for both. If you are looking for either type of ranch or a combination of the two, please call Chrissy at 765 220 2489 to discuss or set up a showing.
$2,300,000  •  1,351 acres
Pond Creek Ranch is a 590 acre ranch conveniently located an easy 100 miles from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City and 160 miles from Dallas. The ranch lays approximately 1 mile east of a paved county road, making for quick and easy access from any of the three metro areas. This property features approximately 280 acres of open pasture with the remaining 310 acres in wooded draws and scrub oak interface. The ranch has 120 feet of elevation change from the high point on the east boundary down to the deep draw exiting the ranch on the west side. The elevation change occurring across this central draw that runs the width of the property and has the bulk of the timber and scrub brush. The timber has been thinned in the past and now has intermixed regrowth of oak trees and small grassy openings. This area is ideal for deer management and hunting as it provides an ideal mixture of travel corridor, cover, water, browse and acorns. In fact, we placed a trail camera in this draw to collect photos of wildlife moving through it. A clear water, 2.5 acre lake complete with an ideal stump field sits on the eastern end of the draw and provides a plentiful source of water for cattle and wildlife. Another 1.25 acre pond surrounded by smartweed and persimmons with a nice ring of aquatic vegetation looks like the ideal place to fish, hunt ducks or maybe catch a buck coming to water. One mile of the intermittent Pond Creek and two small stock ponds round out the water resources of the ranch. The 280 acres of open pasture lies in two main areas and can be managed as three pastures with the existing cross fencing. The pastured areas have a nice class 3 type of sandy loam soil and have been used for hay meadow in the past. The fences are in decent shape but could use some work plus, the pastures need to be sprayed to bring them back to their former glory. In addition to the gravel county road frontage, there is also a gravel oil well access road that cuts across the southern end of the property. Lastly, the 484 acre Mineral Springs Ranch almost touches the southwest corner of Pond Creek Ranch and would be an ideal addition for someone looking for more pasture. If additional hunting opportunities are what you are seeking, then the 761 acre Wildcat Creek Ranch adjoins this property on the north and has a much higher percentage of wooded area. Speaking of Wildcat Creek Ranch, this property has 200 feet of elevation change as well as over half a mile of Wildcat Creek. In addition, there is a topographical bowl in the northeastern portion of the ranch that would accommodate a 30 acre lake that would be fed by Wildcat Creek. There is already a 1.2 acre pond existing in the southwest corner of the property. Much of this ranch is a mixture of timber and scrubby regrowth of small oaks intermixed with grassy meadows. The soils on this part of the ranch have a higher clay content and more exposed rock, as such, the growth is dense and the ground is rugged. A gravel county road lies on the west boundary of the ranch and an oil field access road runs along the southern border of the ranch.Taken together, these two ranches would provide 1351 acres with open areas for cattle, dense growth for wildlife and plenty of water for both. If you are looking for either type of ranch or a combination of the two, please call Chrissy at 765 220 2489 to discuss or set up a showing.
$360,000  •  159 acres
Sand Springs Ranch is a beautiful 159 acre property located in Hughes County, Oklahoma. A deceptively complex property, the Ranch is located approximately an hour and forty minutes from either Oklahoma City or Tulsa or just a shade under three hours if traveling to or from Dallas. At first blush, Sand Springs appears to be a beautiful but somewhat typical Oklahoma pasture property aside from the slight but noticeable elevation changes you'll see on the southern end of the property. There are a mixture of soils on the ranch, including Kamie and Stidham soils which are great multiuse soils for both farming as well as grazing depending on your preference. As you enter the property on the north of a well-maintained gravel road, you're greeted by a small house facing the beautiful fields to the south. This mobile home could be used as temporary quarters while you await the construction of a new house on the property, a guest house or farmhand's quarters. As you head south of the home, you enter the lower acreage of the property which is divided by a thick line of trees. As you begin to explore at what appears at first glance to be just an ordinary creek, you'll find that instead a winding passages that reveal this property's hidden gem: A natural spring bubbling through the property, providing a constant flow of fresh, clean, natural water. Fresh springs are truly a treasured commodity on any piece of land nowadays and with the crystal clear water constantly flowing through this area at approximately 50 gallons per minute or as much as 25,000,000 gallons per year it's easy to see the possibilities that this feature presents. If the next owner wanted, a dam could be built across the draw creating a lake or large river-like area on the property filled with a everlasting supply of fresh water from below. Others might decide to keep the natural beauty of this area intact and selectively dam or just the leave it as it's been for hundreds of years.This area surprised us when we first explored it---from the beauty of the creek walls to the running water, it almost seemed like we were on another property altogether. These grounds could be an absolute hunting paradise with the clear signs of deer movement in the area and the constant water source that begs in wildlife living not only on this property but the adjacent properties to the west and south. This area presents a dream scenario for an outdoorsman, with great spots for stands literally every ten feet.Once you come up and out of the creekbed on the south, you're greeted by two large clearings that are split by a line of trees. These areas are mainly grassy but would be a great area for planting forage or grazing and would also be ideal for hunting usage as wildlife enters and exits from the treeline of the springs below. As the property lies, it's clear that as a functional ranch, Sand Springs would be most productive in the upper pastures that make up the 159 acres' L-shape.With nearby access to I-75, Sand Springs Ranch offers that rare opportunity to purchase a ranch that's ready to work, complete with a home and fantastic possibilities for agricultural production but also offers the unique and rare feature of your own personal supply of clean, fresh spring water. Combine that with the bucks that Hughes County has been known to produce and you've got the whole package. For more information, contact Eric Lynch at 405 664 6491.
$870,000  •  188 acres
Meadow View Ranch is located in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma; a quick and easy 20 miles to McAlester, Oklahoma, 80 miles to Tulsa and 180 miles to Dallas, Texas. This 188-acre ranch is private and secluded with a winding drive that takes you back to the homesite overlooking the ranch. The gentle elevation change from north to south leads to an expansive view from the back porch of the vast countryside and of cattle peacefully grazing in the pastures below.  The ranch itself is a good combination of pasture, productive hay meadows and groupings of mature hardwoods. This ranch would be ideal for the weekend outdoorsman looking for a place to run cows as well as maintain a few food plots for the abundant array of wildlife. The natural design of the ranch makes it ideal for watching both cattle and deer in the pastures. An access road on the western edge is maintained as part of the energy lease and is handy for getting from the entrance to the southern part of the ranch in a hurry.A shallow wet weather creek flanks the northern quarter of the ranch with several ponds strategically located throughout to make rotating and watering cattle a breeze. Class 2 and 3 soils make up the majority of the hay fields and are most conducive for cultivating crops and grasses. The remainder of the ranch is range and timber land suited for grazing and wildlife habitat. The main shop is complete with a large overhead door and plenty of inside work area. A large corral located just north of the shop is routinely used to sort and hold cattle.The heart of the ranch is the homesite. The custom-built log home features 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and 3200 square feet with soaring ceilings and a stunning staircase. The floor to ceiling rock fireplace anchors the home as a grand focal point, visible from almost every room in the house. This beautifully appointed home features an open living and dining area, as well as a spacious and functional kitchen with updated granite countertops and custom-built island. The large, exposed, wooden beams; with built in lighting, highlight the natural beauty and different shades of timber used throughout. The floors on the lower level are rock, and for added comfort and luxury, are equipped with in-floor radiant heat. There is a large laundry room and office, just off kitchen, leading to the garage, with ample storage and plenty of workspace. The large master suite is complete with large closets and a beautiful bay window with seating and a door leading to the wrap around porch. The master bathroom is spacious and has a spa like feel; with his and her sinks, a large tub, and separate shower. The upstairs is complete with 2 spacious bedrooms and 2 more bathrooms as well as a loft area with beautiful natural light and a cozy sleeping nook. The true spirit of the home is found on the porch, wrapping from the front to the back, this space is outdoor living at its finest. Relaxing swings and seating areas adorn the space making it a favorite spot to relax after a long day as you watch the sunset slowly fade over the valley below. If you're looking for a place to call home where you can sit back and take in a big, beautiful view any time you want, then we invite you to see Meadow View Ranch.  If you have any questions, please call Chrissy Banks at  765 220 2489.  
$850,000  •  180 acres
If you are looking for a peaceful and secluded property close to all the amenities of a town the size of Ada, OK, then Deer Creek Ranch might just be the place for you. Located just outside of the city limits in Ada, Oklahoma, 85 miles South East of Oklahoma City and 150 miles North of Dallas, Deer Creek Ranch is a 180 Acre (mol) estate set in a park-like setting with areas of gently rolling hills, miles of horse trails and open hay meadows. The current owners have spent much time over the years grooming and improving the property. The ranch is completely fenced with some cross fencing with a gated entry to both the entrance of the ranch and homesite. Water is plentiful on the ranch. There are 7 ponds as well as Deer Creek, which runs through the property as a tributary of the Muddy Boggy Creek. The ranch also has a well that services the horse area and barn as well as rural water which services the residence. The ranch is gently rolling from both directions, flattening out in the middle, with 50 acres of bottom ground currently being used for hay production and grazing. The pastures are well maintained and clean without the addition of chemical herbicides. There are several well defined and clean trails on the ranch, perfect for relaxing rides through the woods on horseback, getting your cardio in with a challenging hike up and down inclines or walking quietly taking in the sights and sounds of nature. The main residence is just as picturesque, sitting in a clearing, surrounded by forest, with nothing but the sound of nature greeting you each day. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home features an open floorplan, spacious master bedroom and large all season room with plenty of windows to bring the outdoors in. Just off the kitchen and dining area is the back porch with a wooden pergola and seating area; a perfect place to sit with your coffee and watch the hummingbirds as they hum about the feeders, or the deer and turkey that walk up in the back yard. Just out from the house is another covered seating area that feels much like camping in a private park. The horse area on the property is complete with a larger barn with a tack room and a stand-alone barn with runs and a larger foaling stall. The horse area does have some modern conveniences such as water lines that have been installed and upgraded to speed up watering and feeding time. Because of the quiet and seclusive nature of this ranch the wildlife is plentiful. The ponds and creek, as well as ample cover and secluded hay meadows make the natural design of the ranch a perfect sanctuary for deer, birds and humans alike. The owners love nature and birds and you will often see feeders strategically placed around the ranch to attract them and provide incentive for them to stay. If you are looking for a home that gives you the space and tranquility to leave the stress of the world behind, this is it. If you are interested in seeing this property, or have any questions, please contact Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489.
$600,000  •  200 acres
The Land Doctors are pleased to present our latest listing, Blue River Pecan Grove. This 200-acre property is located in Johnston County, approximately halfway between Folsom and Nida on the Blue River. Located just 13 miles northwest of the Caddo exit on Highway 75, this property is an easy hour drive from the Northeast Dallas Metro. True to its name, the property features approximately 2000 feet of Blue River Frontage. In addition, small creeks and old oxbows also cross the property, providing the property with great natural sources of water. The property is blanketed with fertile Class 2 and 3 soils suitable for intensive farming, cattle, hay or pecan production. These thick soils support an amazing growth of large native pecan trees and lush grass on 80 acres of open ground. The seller also planted 6 acres of improved pecan varieties such as Pawnee, Choctaw and Desirable. The remaining 120 acres is covered with beautiful, large pecan, oak, walnut and cottonwoods. We saw several deer while taking photos and plan to put out trail cameras soon so that you can see the wildlife. On the eastern edge of the property, the river bottom gives way to a 20-foot-tall hill that stands as a perfect homesite safely out of the floodplain. Just to the south of this location is a large 60 ft x 60 ft metal shop building complete with a generator building and propane tank. Simply stated, its beautiful, we love it and we can't wait to spend time on the property showing it to our clients. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a showing, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512.
$800,000  •  170 acres
Located on the Western edge of Coal County, Oklahoma, Goose Creek Lake is a remarkable 170 acre (MOL) ranch with good fencing, beautiful water, cattle running opportunities, and trophy white tail hunting for those so inclined. It truly is one of those rare gems in Oklahoma few people get to see, fewer get to enjoy and even fewer get the chance to own. The ranch is situated just 148 miles from Dallas, 108 miles from Oklahoma City, and 25 miles from Ada. Its location makes it the ideal place for those folks looking to get out of the city, yet its close enough to enjoy a nice restaurant, grocery store run, or hardware store trip in less than 45 minutes. After taking the Stonewall exit off HW-3, one will enjoy mostly paved roads to the property, except for a couple miles of dirt road entering the ranch. As you approach the northwest corner of the property on the county road, you'll instantly be struck by the beautiful timber-lined hills and large lake tucked below that create the backdrop of this stunning property. One of the most attractive and exceptional features of the property is the water. Goose Creek empties into the large watershed, officially known as Upper Clear Boggy Creek Watershed Project Dam No. 8. Using the latest mapping software, The Land Doctors estimate the lake to be approximately 13 acres in size. The irregular shape of the shore line, with small coves and cuts, provide several great places to throw your favorite Texas rig or you can work your way around the edges of the dam with a spinnerbait or popper during those late summer evenings. The current property owner has provided the Land Doctors with several pictures of the massive bass caught in the lake, which are some of the best we've seen on private property. The ranch also features several others smaller ponds varying in size, with the largest more than 1/2 acre. These smaller ponds are well suited to support the livestock living on the ranch. Somewhat unusual for a property of this size, the ranch boasts more than 6000' of cross fencing, making it ideal for someone interested in running cattle. Furthermore, the soils present on the ranch, among others, include Karma fine sandy loam, Dennis loam, and Wynona silty clay. These soils are particularly fertile and lend themselves well to grazing and even farming in some cases. The extensive cross-fencing coupled with these productive soils, allow the property owner or lessee the ability to enjoy the benefits of rotational grazing in an ideal setup. For those most interested in hunting, this area of Coal County is known for its thriving wildlife population including trophy white tail deer, turkey and hogs. On the backside of the large dam, the principal spillway creates the outflow, which returns to Goose Creek. This tree-lined portion of the creek is approximately 1600' long and meanders and turns throughout the southeastern corner of the ranch. The property owners have used the lower meadow created by the creek's cutout as the ideal hunting spot complete with blinds and feeders. The water source of the creek, fertile bottom land and tree cover, which nearly encircles this lower meadow, creates the perfect place to hunt the massive white tail known well to the area. The ranch also includes two modest homes separated by approximately 1000' of gravel road. One of these homes could be used as a main house for owners with the other house serving as overflow for guests and extended family. Alternatively, these homes could also be rented out to generate cash flow for the owner or could serve as a ranch hand home. These two homes have electric service provided by People's Electric Cooperation. Finally, for those interested in some Oklahoma history, there is a small Native American cemetery near the northern end of the property that is maintained by the Chickasaw Nation with the permission of the landowner. In our opinion, Goose Creek Lake is one of the most beautiful and unique places you'll ever see in this part of Oklahoma. This isn't just another place for friends and family to come----it's a destination. Make this your private park or retreat, while enjoying the fellowship of friends and family for years to come. For more information or to request a showing, please call Alex Leach today at 580.272.3953.
$23,165,560  •  11,084 acres
Over the years, the Land Doctors have seen a lot of land and because of that, it takes a lot to leave us awe struck. In a few special spots, nature makes us feel small and most of those places are national parks. Another one of those locations is the Land Doctors latest listing, the Canadian River Ranch. This 11,084-acre ranch is a diverse contiguous block of land with no public roads through it. Just viewing the property is a true expedition, as you can spend the entire day riding trails and still never see it all. To put it in a slightly different context, its over 17 square miles in size. If you looked at 1000 acres per hour it would take 11 hours to just drive through it. This ranch gives us an insight into what life was like a century or two ago before everything was broken up and fenced off. It makes you check your fuel gauge twice and pack a lunch before you head out. It is one of those rare places where you can look in every direction as far as you can see, and it all belongs to you. This place hasn't been fully tamed yet, it still has a wild edge to it that makes you feel fully awake and aware of your surroundings. In addition, it is as close to true isolation as you can get in a location that is only an hour from Tulsa, 90 minutes from OKC and three hours from Dallas straight up Highway 75 and the Indian Turnpike. If you have an airplane, it is an even shorter trip as the ranch has a 3000 ft long by 40 ft wide FAA registered runway (FAA OK04).As a state, Oklahoma has 11 distinct ecological regions and this ranch feels like it has every one of them. The ranch exhibits a tremendous amount of diversity from huge hardwoods and towering short leaf pines along the creeks, and tallgrass meadows in the openings to post oaks and blackjacks on the ridges. Three beautiful creeks drain into the North Canadian River as it runs along the northern boundary of the property. Parts of the ranch have a western feel with huge views across wide grassy valleys to distant slopes that feature a scattering of lonely trees on the point of a ridge. Other portions feel like the Deep South with huge hardwoods and beautiful creeks. Turn the corner and a distant pasture reminds you of the plains. It never gets boring.Approximately 31.5 miles of high fence provide a secure property boundary and there is some cross fencing in the pastures. Outside of that, there are miles and miles of trails through vast tracts of timbered hills unencumbered by any man-made barriers. The north boundary of the property features approximately 1.5 miles of North Canadian River frontage just 10 miles upstream of Lake Eufaula. This would serve as the perfect spot to begin a day long float trip. The entire 4-mile length of Piney Creek is located on the ranch. Limbo Creek weaves on and off the property with over 4.5 miles running through the ranch. Shell Creek also starts on the ranch and runs through it for 1.3 miles.  Wallace Creek runs south from the ranch while Gar Creek cuts across the northeast corner. A peak in the center of the property stands at almost 1000 feet and from there the land drops 300 feet in elevation as it slopes north to the river. The views are captivating in the daytime and unbelievable at night as the Milky Way is clearly visible without the interference of urban lights. Ancient petroglyps are known to be along the creeks and we will be seeking them out this fall.The next owner will not be the first steward owner attempting to wrangle this land. The Cornar Hawkins mansion stands at the precipice of a tall ridge overlooking the valley below. As you walk out on the top balcony and take in the scene before you, you can imagine the ambition of the family that built this impressive home out of Oklahoma sandstone in 1934. The next owner will be a person who has overcome many difficult obstacles in life to realize great achievements. The revival and management of this property will add to that legacy and serve as a capstone project leaving a long-lasting mark on this historic property. In addition, the adjacent High Point Ranch has also been listed by the Land Doctors.  This property consists of 2070 acres of productive cattle pastures.  Together both ranches offer over 13,000 acres of high fenced paradise.  If you have any questions or would like to discuss this property, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512.
$280,000  •  160 acres
Rice Ranch is located near Gerty, OK which is a 100 mile drive from either OKC or Tulsa and about 150 miles from the Dallas Metro. It also corners with Camp Walk on Water, which is a Christian Youth Camp. Located on a section corner, this 160 acre ranch has a full mile of road frontage. The property is half open and half wooded. The open portions of the ranch have sandy loam soils ideal for pasture while the wooded portions have rocky soils better suited for recreational uses. Brush was cleared from the pastured portion of the ranch and a dense growth of bermuda grass has been established. The pasture was not weed sprayed last year and a few brush piles need to be burned, but other than that, the 80 acre pastured portion of the ranch is ready for livestock. Rice Ranch also has a nice entry and good fences. Two small ponds provide water for livestock and wildlife. The larger of the two ponds can easily be expanded by repairing an eroded spot on the dam. The eastern half of the property consists of a wooded draw that drops 80 feet as it runs to the north. This draw is flanked by a growth of oaks and the drainage features a wet weather creek that runs over moss covered boulders. Multiple rubs and scrapes ring the edge of the woods. Trails through the woods and isolated openings would be ideal for feeders and small food plots. A trail camera has been placed on the property and updated wildlife photos will be added to the Land Doctors website as we get them.Electricity and water are available on the property at an old homesite near the southwest corner of the property. This part of the ranch is only a 1 mile drive from State Highway 75. If you are looking for a great combination ranch where you can raise livestock, hunt and maybe even build a new house, then Rice Ranch may be the one for you.
$500,000  •  160 acres
Have you searched for years for the perfect homesite with a big hilltop view overlooking your own large lake? If thats your dream, wed like to welcome you to the Land Doctors latest listing, Lakeview Ranch. Lakeview Ranch is an exquisite property just a few miles North of Holdenville, Oklahoma. Located with approximately a half mile of frontage on Oklahoma State Highway 48, it sits conveniently just 181 miles from Dallas, 85 miles from Tulsa, and 84 miles from Oklahoma City.Lakeview Ranchs location and features make it a truly unique property not often seen on the open market. Nestled on the corner of E. 130 Road and Highway 48, this ranch offers the perfect combination of rural life, convenience and scenic views.This 160-acre property features a large watershed with approximately 27 total surface acres, with the majority of it lying within the boundaries of the property. The watershed, officially named Big Wewoka Creek Watershed Project Dam #36, is massive and offers something exceptional to those buyers who value and appreciate exquisite water features. In Oklahoma, watersheds like this are known well for producing trophy bass fishing year around and great duck hunting when in season. In addition to bass fishing and duck hunting, the white tail deer in Hughes County are some of the best in the state. When on the ranch at the beginning of November, the Land Doctors even saw two nice bucks as we entered onto the property.Lakeview Ranch also offers significant value for those interested in running cattle or horses. Aside from the lake, the property is a mixture of open pasture and wooded draws. The ranch has productive soils supporting a strong stand of grass capable of sustaining your livestock. It also has good fencing throughout. Plus, there are three additional small ponds that could provide cattle and horses adequate watering holes for much of the year. We see a lot of ranches and help some of our clients build their dream homes on the property we sell them. Based on that experience, we have a clear vision of how beautiful this property could be with the addition of your new home and the removal of two older structures that were part of the Barnes family homestead. Time and time again, weve seen that Oklahomas farm families had a good eye for building spots and in this case, we were drawn to the same building spot that the family picked decades ago because of the big view it provides of the ranch. Also, there are an additional 76 MOL acres directly East of the Ranch and across Highway 48 currently available for sale by the same family. This parcel with its wooded creek and large lake would be a great addition if you wanted more water, grazing and recreational land than the 160 acres offers. If youre looking for a property with remarkable water features and a place friends and family will want to come back to again and again, then Lakeview Ranch is the place for you.
$500,000  •  312 acres
Calvin Mountain Ranch is a wooded recreational ranch in Hughes County known for big changes in elevation, ranging from high timbered ridges to deep hollows/draws, with seasonal streams. The center of the property is the deepest hollow, surrounded by tall ridges to the East, South, and West. This deep hollow is a great location to build a 5-7 acre lake on the North side of the property. Most of the timber on this property is postoak, blackjack, and hickory.The East boundary is Highway 75, the majority of the South boundary is marked by a highly improved oilfield access road. The West and North boundaries have been cleared as part of the trail system. 4 wheeler trails also extend from the North to South boundaries to give access to the ridges and hollows/draws. An old well pad sits in the NW part that is used as a food plot, with a good road/trail. Located on the East side of this property is a camp house with an attached shop, and additional storage buildings. In addition to small water holes, this property also has a 1/2 acre pond that is stocked with bass.This ranch is located in an area with great whitetail genetics, as bucks over 150" come from this area every year. Being that this ranch is mostly wooded, you can clear and choose the exact locations that you want to build your food plots!Driving distances: 1 1/2 hours from OKC, 1 hr 45 mins from Tulsa, straight down hwy 75. 2 hrs 45 mins from Dallas straight up highway 75.
$596,000  •  232 acres
Wagonwheel Ranch is an expertly designed farm consisting of 232 acres of rolling hills and open pastures. The ranch is located in Tupelo, Oklahoma; 100 miles Southeast of Oklahoma City, 120 miles Southwest of Tulsa and 150 miles to Dallas, Texas.Wagonwheel ranch gets its name from the intentionally designed grazing system of the ranch. The pastures all funnel to a center location, making handling livestock a breeze. This wagonwheel design has many advantages including added flexibility for rotational grazing, healthier forage and livestock, as well as faster recovery time for the existing forage when used with a rotational grazing system. The ranch currently sustains cattle, sheep and goats and has fencing and improvements to accommodate each species effortlessly. Another benefit of the wagon wheel design is that livestock dont have to travel far to get to water. Water is abundant on the ranch with scattered tanks and ponds throughout. Sandy Creek runs through the North West portion of the ranch, giving livestock and wildlife on that part of the ranch access to water year round. There is also the added benefit of the rural water system. It is available to the ranch and can be installed quickly and easily. The Land Doctors Construction Team would be happy to help with the installation process from start to finish.The current owner is a true innovator. From the overall lay-out of the ranch to the many added livestock shelters and handling systems, everything is thoughtfully designed to make raising livestock easier and more profitable. There is a system in place to start and grow forage in a controlled environment and can be negotiated with the sale of the property. This system could be valuable in many different types of growing applications for many different types of plants. At its prime, the system would produce 1200 pounds of wheat cuttings per day, supplementing winter feed and offsetting the cost of hay.The ranch itself lays in a z type pattern with road frontage on 3 sides of the ranch. There are three clear and well maintained entrances to the ranch, with the main drive leading to the middle of the wagon wheel. There is an older home site as well as a primitive hunting cabin and a smaller dwelling that is currently being used as a rental property. The quaint hunting cabin sits atop a hill overlooking the creek and is a favorite of every kid that visits the ranch. There are two drop down bunks and a wood stove for heat. The porch is a perfect spot to pull up a chair and relax in the canopy of trees and nature.While there is an old home site and rental house there is no true main residence. But dont worry, there are many beautiful ridges and valleys waiting for your dream home. This gives you the flexibility and control to build the type of home you want. Let the Land Doctors Construction team help you plan and build your dream home in the perfect spot of your choosing.
$720,000  •  576 acres
Boulder Ranch is a 576 acre ranch located just northeast of Ada, OK and is a 90 mile drive from OKC, 115 miles from Tulsa and 170 miles from Dallas. Resting only 1 1/4 mile from the South Canadian River, this heavily wooded ranch is the perfect hideout for deer moving up and down the river. The property has steep elevation changes that span 150 feet of relief. The side slopes are ringed with gigantic boulders that have interesting overhangs and balanced rocks. Most are easy to climb and would be a wonderland for kids and active adults to play in. Small wet weather streams trickle down the hollows and cascade over the rocks for a few days after it rains. The combination of big elevation changes, moss covered rocks and mature hardwood timber makes this a really enjoyable hiking area.A ranch this large with such steep terrain would normally be difficult to access. However, Boulder Ranch benefits from over five miles of maintained roads and trails that are used to access small oil wells on the property. The wells have been maintained better than most we are used to seeing and the land has suffered very little as a result of energy production.Three small ponds and the wet weather drainages provide water for wildlife. In addition, one hollow has the topography to hold 30 surface acres of water if you are looking for a place to build a large lake. In addition, this area is known for trophy whitetails. We have put out trail cameras and will update the listing with pictures as we get them. If you are looking for a large block of woods with some interesting rock features and don't mind energy production, then this property could be an absolute steal for you because of the low price that is being asked. Boulder Ranch could be the ideal place to hunt, hike and maybe even pursue your lake building dreams at a price that is rarely seen these days. If you would like more information or want to schedule a showing, please give us a call.
$725,000  •  230 acres
UPDATE - THE SELLER IS WILLING TO SELL THE BARNDOMINIUM AND SOUTH 30 ACRES SEPERATELY. CALL FOR DETAILS.Sandy Creek Ranch is an ideal combination ranch. Located just west of Ada, Oklahoma, 1.5 miles south of Highway 19, 80 miles from Oklahoma City and 150 miles from Dallas; this ranch offers productive hay meadows, trail-lined rolling forest, and a combination shop and living quarters. This 230-acre ranch mol has approximately 84 acres of Class II soils in the flat ground that runs along a 2300-foot stretch of Sandy Creek. Fifty acres of this fertile soil supports a blanket of large hardwoods and pecan trees while the other 34 acres is a hay meadow that produces high quality, strong yielding hay. The seller has the hay custom baled and has an existing customer base that would likely remain loyal customers. The amount of revenue produced from hay sales is enough to pay taxes and offset other expenses associated with owning the property all while requiring minimal effort on the part of the owner. The remainder of the property is rolling hills covered with mature stands of oak trees. This combination of fertile creek bottom areas, a steady supply of clean water in the creek and mast producing oak forested hills, makes this ranch an ideal place for wildlife. During filming, the ground was covered with acorns and several well-defined deer trails were noted. We happened to have an extra trail camera on hand and set it up on a trail near the shop. By the next morning, we were getting pictures of multiple does and a young 8-point buck. Since then, weve started feeding and will be updating the listing with more pictures as we get them. The main section of the ranch lies along a quiet county road with just under a mile of road frontage. There are three well maintained entrances to the ranch, two providing direct access to the hay meadows and the third servicing the shop and living quarters. Two unusual features are located near the two northern entrances. An abandoned railroad track runs north of Sandy Creek. This elevated path runs from the county road all the way to the east boundary of the ranch and would make a nice all-weather roadbed. Although the entire property can be accessed from the main road, there is also an old wood and steel cable bridge that provides a direct crossing of the creek on the ranch. This bridge was once part of a county road that has since been abandoned.The main headquarters of the ranch features a combination shop and living space. The 3 bedroom 2 bathroom quarters is heated and cooled with a full kitchen and laundry hook-up. The downstairs has a nice set of kitchen cabinets, small pantry beneath the stairs, and stained concrete floors. The bedrooms are upstairs and have exposed roof trusses that extend down through the ceiling. Taller buyers will likely want the Land Doctors to give an estimate on how to cut and brace the trusses for more headroom. The shop portion is equipped with large roll up doors and would make the perfect place to store and work on equipment. The shop site itself sits atop a hill surrounded by forest with trails leading to other parts of the ranch.With a combination of hay meadow and forest, this property would be ideal for someone wanting a great recreational place or a place to farm/hay on a limited basis and get the existing pecan trees into production. An orchard of improved variety pecan trees could also be established in the hay meadows. Given the various features of the property, Sandy Creek Ranch could be used in a multitude of ways. If you think it might be a good fit for your plans, please contact us to schedule a showing.
$675,000  •  160 acres
Some places just feel like home. Thats what youll feel as soon as you drive through the gate at Shady Oaks Ranch. This 160 acre property, located in Pottawatomie County Oklahoma, is the true definition of Gentlemans Ranch, with its peaceful rural setting and well-situated proximity to the I-35 corridor. In a quick 20 minutes you can be on Interstate 35 heading north 40 miles to Oklahoma City or south 150 miles to Dallas, TX. The convenient location of Shady Oaks Ranch makes it ideal for a weekend retreat or permanent homestead in the peace and quiet of rural Oklahoma.The improvements on this ranch include a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home; which the owners have completely renovated. The inviting interior of the home includes raw edge - granite countertops, custom made sliding barn doors, floor to ceiling shiplap surrounding the fireplace and a charming front porch; complete with the quintessential porch swing. There is an outdoor seating and fire pit area perfect for relaxing after a long day or entertaining friends and family on the weekend.The main shop area is approximately 40x60 with concrete floors, insulation and a full bathroom. A lean-to runs the entire length of the building adding extra covered storage space. There is an additional 50x60 hay barn, adjacent to the working pens, great for storing hay and implements.The property is situated as a true square quarter section with road frontage running along the West and South boundaries of the ranch. The perimeter fencing is newer, 5 strand barbed wire, with two smaller pastures carved out around the home and shop area. The property is 60 percent open pasture and 40 percent wooded area with trails. The perimeter of the woods has been cleared making for easy access to fence work without the added aggravation of limbs and trees falling on a good fence. The ranch has a carrying capacity of approximately 40 cow/calf pairs, or if solely used for hay production, can make around 200 4x6 round bales in a season, essential to offsetting some costs of property ownership.The soils are mostly sandy loam, conducive for growing the bermuda grasses in the pastures and hay meadows. There is a deep creek bed that runs north to south in the center of the property leading to 90 feet of elevation change from east to west. A pond in the southeast quadrant of the ranch is ideal for watering livestock or wildlife.The exciting part about this ranch is that it is also well known for its wildlife. On any given evening you can sit on the porch and watch the deer as they forage in the pasture or listen to the turkey as they call. The creek that runs through the middle of the ranch is often the focal point of deer as they graze and come to water. There are several excellent places on the ranch to set up blinds and feeders to draw out the monster whitetail that this area is known for. Another interesting point of attraction is the South Canadian River, which has a public access point just 9 miles from the ranch. This stretch of river is busy from March to November with people from all over visiting with ATVs, fishing poles and horses. Once on the South Canadian River you can ride or hike for miles in either direction, enjoying the sandbars and deeper swimming holes.As soon as you enter through the automatic gate, the privacy and seclusion of this ranch will lift the days stress right off your shoulders. The overwhelming feeling of peace and tranquility give your soul a much needed rest and overwhelm you with the feeling that youre finally home.
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Allen, OK 74825

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