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.
$1,210,000  •  360 acres
Tilted Rock Ranch is a 360 acre property located south of Seminole, OK just two miles east of Highway 377. This convenient location is only 1 hour from Oklahoma City and 3 hours from Dallas which is important as many of your friends and family will want to visit you on this property because it has a set of features that makes it fun throughout the year. Water is always a big attraction. This property has six existing ponds. One is approximately 2 acres and has a nice island and duck blind. An unfinished walkway connects the shore to the island and only needs floorboards and railing to finish it out. Two other ponds are a little larger than an acre each. They also each have fishing docks and one has a duck blind. There are two other ponds that are slightly larger than 1/2 acre each and one small pond is located along the driveway. There are also two brand new ponds that have been built on the property in the eroded area east of the house. We don't know how large these two ponds will be when full, but our guess is that the larger one will be close to 2 acres while the smaller one will be about an acre. Regardless of their size, we think transforming a badly eroded area into two new ponds is a great thing, especially when it addresses the last of the actively eroding areas on the ranch. The existing ponds are stocked with bass, crappie, perch and catfish and will be the ideal place to make some memories with the kids and/or grandkids this spring and summer. But there is more to water than just fishing. There is nothing more fun to kids than exploring creeks, flipping rocks, looking for arrowheads and splashing in the water. This property has an ideal stretch of a creek in its southeast corner that would be the perfect spot for this kind of exploration. It doesn't run all the time but tends to keep pools of water and has a nice rock feature that creates a small waterfall after big rains. There is also a more rugged drainage in the southwest corner of the ranch. The elevation in this area quickly transitions down about 30 feet from the top of the ridge down into the bottom of the drainage. The slopes of this drainage have lots of large boulders including one large rock slab that tilts upward and extends to the east. There appears to be a spring in this drainage, and we will be exploring it to verify as soon as possible. Hunting is also a big draw for family and friends. Titled Rock Ranch offers almost 160 acres of woods where you can see scrapes and rubs along the old trails. In addition, several creek crossings were noted where the banks had been worn down by deer. We will be putting out trail cameras to see just what may be hanging out in this area. The current owner hasn't deer hunted in several years so there may be some pretty good bucks using this area as their sanctuary. In addition, the duck blinds on the ponds are ready to use when ducks from the Little River flyway two miles to the east stop and rest on the ponds. Surprisingly, we even jumped a nice covey of quail on the property. If you'd like to have horses or run some cattle, the pastures are in good shape and are cross fenced to allow rotation. There are good working pens, holding pens and sheds for working livestock or even keeping a few show cattle up. There is good all-weather access throughout the ranch and there is a nice gravel road that runs on the along the south half of the western boundary. This private road is used to access an oil well and because of its location and the roll of the land, has very little impact on the tranquility of the property. Amazingly, 40 acres of minerals also come with the property. Lastly, its always good to have a place to stay when you want to come out and play. This property features a very nice two bed, two bath home that comes with many of the furnishings. Just like the rest of the ranch, everything in the house is very clean, organized and well maintained. We think the back porch would be a great area to spend the evenings and apparently the deer think that also as there are tracks just a few feet from the house. A small workshop/garage is the perfect place to leave all of your toys and equipment. If you are looking for a great family getaway, please call Steve Owen at 580 231 2386 to discuss and set up a showing.
$1,530,000  •  340 acres
The Cliffs Ranch is a 340 acre ranch located in the southeastern corner of Hughes County, about seven miles west of McAlester Army Ammunition Depot and seven miles southeast of Stuart, OK. The ranch has no improvements other than exterior fencing and some cross fencing but what it lacks in manmade features, it makes up for in natural beauty. True to its name, there are some big elevation changes on the ranch with the most striking being a nearly vertical 80 foot drop from the upland pasture down to Piney Creek bottom. This transition is comprised primarily of sandstone outcrops and blanketed by oaks. About 1/3 of the property is open pasture and the rest is a mixture post oak, blackjack, pine and cedar on the high ground with larger red oak, birch, elm, and sycamores along the creeks. The growth of paper bark birch and river cane along the creeks are good indicators of year around water flows as these species require abundant water to thrive. The creeks run clear but with a attractive tannin tint to them. Caney Boggy Creek runs for 5000 feet east to west through the ranch and Piney Creek runs an additional 4500 feet north to south. The two creeks intersect in the southern portion of the ranch and has 17 acres of open sandy loam soils found in two creekside meadows. This combination of future food plots and mature timber at the junction of two watersheds that serve as wildlife corridors would be an ideal area to steward a tremendous wildlife population. If you also want to run cattle, the upper pastures would be easy to isolate from the wildlife area in the creek bottom. The upland pastures have multiple stock ponds to provide water for the livestock. In addition, this portion of the ranch has some tremendous views looking east across the confluence of the two drainages, making it an ideal location for your dream hunting lodge or home. For those looking for an unimproved property with great natural features to develop and manage, please contact Sean Childress at 580 320 5791.
$1,500,000  •  64 acres
Champions Choice Estate is conveniently located just a mile and a half west of I-35 at Pauls Valley, just 50 miles south of Oklahoma City, 150 miles southwest of Tulsa and 150 miles north of Dallas. This 64 acres of premier Oklahoma grassland is immaculately kept with tremendous attention to detail. It has highway and county road frontage on three sides, making the beautiful house hard to miss on a Sunday drive. The property sits nestled on a high point of a long ridge that divides the Rush Creek and Washita River drainage basins. The elevation falls away in every direction from the 980 ft high point located at the southeast corner of the ranch down to the fertile fields in both drainages. Best of all, the location of the house just below the peak shields the house from the view of neighbors to the south or east. The land to the west is undeveloped and the only visible neighbors are at a distance to the north. Seclusion and privacy like this is hard to imagine on an open property with three road frontages. The entry to the property is through an impressive entry gate located on Highway 19 in the middle of the durable pipe and cable fence that runs around and throughout the property. The gravel entrance splits the well-manicured lawn leading up to the house, perfectly perched on the cascading hillside. This 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom house is a wonderful intersection of beauty and elegance meets hard work, proving that the two can coexist. Adorned with beautiful wood accents and trim work, this high-ceiling home has a great layout that also includes a custom kitchen, large living room, office and two car garage. The master suite includes a spacious bathroom and large closet. In addition to the downstairs bedrooms, there is another potential bedroom in the bonus space on the second floor. It is here that you can open an access door and see the geothermal HVAC system and the thick spray foam insulation that will ensure the home has economical utility bills for decades to come. Of course, a house is only as good as its foundation and this one has an engineered post tension slab designed to resist all the movement that this part of Oklahoma can throw at it. The shop is located just behind the house and comes with living quarters, garage and giant workspace, and shares a gravel drive with the house large enough to get tractors and trucks in and out with ease. This bolt up engineered steel building was professionally designed and constructed to provide decades of stylish, maintenance free usage. The garage doors are tall enough that you can get your largest vehicles or RVs safely tucked away inside. The workspace is a great spot to tinker on your favorite projects and the living quarters could be a great man cave or extra space for friends and family to stay. A two-stall barn is ready to protect your horses from the elements. Although the current owner has successfully managed the property for his cattle operation, it is set up to safely run horses as well with quality pipe and cable fencing throughout its six pastures and paddocks. The pastures have been fertilized and sprayed for years to create a thick carpet of bermuda grass. In fact, the pastures are in good enough shape to run 25 cow calf pairs. Lastly, automatic waterers are in each pasture. If you are looking for a thoughtfully designed, professionally constructed, well maintained farm in the heart of Oklahoma, then you need look no further than Champions Choice Estate. Please note that price is not negotiable, and showings will only be conducted after financial qualifications have been confirmed. Please call Colton Coale today at 405 615 7645 to discuss or set up a showing.
$600,000  •  50 acres
Hargis Ranch is centrally located in Coal County, Oklahoma, just 6 miles from the town of Coalgate. This ranch is an easy 130-mile drive from the Dallas metro area straight up US 75 or 120 miles from Oklahoma City. This 50-acre ranch is the perfect combination of work and play. In its glory days the ranch was home to a herd of bucking bulls. There are many challenges that come with raising rough stock, the biggest one being containment. You'll see as soon as you step out into barn, the current owners have spared no expense in the construction of the fences, pens and working area. There are approximately 5700 square feet of covered and carefully planned working areas and alley ways leading to a 50x50 covered pen. This makes handling livestock a breeze. The covered pen once served as a practice pen and is equipped with 3 bucking chutes but could also serve as a great place to start colts as it's not too large. The possibilities are endless as you could repurpose this space into so many different venues. The arena is currently home to an indoor batting cage and Ninja Warrior course. In addition to the covered working area, there are 13 individual pens, most of which are equipped with either automatic waters or frost-free hydrants to make watering each group fast and simple. There are 5 holding traps in total, each with feed bunks, automatic waterers, hay rings and covered run-in sheds, ranging in size from 50x100 to 100x200. Funneling up from the pastures is a 30'x 190' trap with a long feedlot bunk to make feeding-time safe and easy. The 5 pastures are broken up into 3, smaller, 2-acre traps with electric heated automatic waterers, 1 - 14-acre pasture with a stocked pond as it's water source and 1- 30 acre pasture with 2 smaller ponds as well as 2 electric heated automatic waterers and 2 run-in sheds. In addition to the pipe fencing, perimeter and cross fencing was built extra heavy as well with 9 strands of barbed wire, strong and reliable enough to hold anything from goats to rough stock. If the barns are all about work, then the house is all about relaxing. This beautiful 5 bed 3 bath home is just under 3000 square feet. The open floor plan comes equipped with a large kitchen and dining area that faces the oversized living room. The master bedroom includes a spacious walk-in closet and just off the kitchen is the laundry and mud room. The additional 4 bedrooms lay opposite of the master on the other side of the home giving the master a quiet and secluded, retreat like feel. This home is perfect for entertaining. When the weather is nice, we imagine you'll spend most of your time outside, enjoying the beautiful views from the seating area on the back porch or enjoying a little front porch sitting on the massive 1080 sq ft covered front porch. In addition to the beautiful covered porches there is a 35x40 covered parking area with attached storage and an additional 24'x80' equipment shed with plenty of room to store anything from farm equipment to fishing gear. If you're looking for ranch with all the bells and whistles to handle livestock or just looking for a place to relax in the country, this place is for you. For more information or to schedule a showing contact Chrissy Banks at 765-220-2489.
$1,200,000  •  160 acres
Independence Ranch is a 160-acre ranch located two miles southeast of Fitzhugh, OK, 100 miles from Oklahoma City and 150 miles from Dallas, TX. This square, quarter section of land has some great natural resources and thoughtful improvements to make it the basis of your self-reliant lifestyle. The ranch has both surface and ground water. The surface water takes the form of half acre plus size pond and two small wet weather drainages that flow through the center and southeast corner of the property. There appears to be an opportunity to build a larger lake at the confluence of these two drainages but we haven't verified that the soils in that location would be suitable. If they are, then a 10 acre lake would fit nicely near the southern boundary of the ranch. In addition to the water that is visible, the ranch overlies the Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer. This karst aquifer is known for its pure and abundant waters. In fact, it is one of the most protected water sources in Oklahoma because of an integrated water study conducted by the state to ensure the future of this resource. The high volume water well on the ranch is approximately 100 feet deep and can be pumped continuously without going dry. From a vegetation standpoint, the property is approximately 75 percent open with a strong growth of bermuda grass and clover in pastures that are shaded by large native pecan trees. In addition, there is a small orchard behind the main home that has pear, apple and fig trees. A series of trellised gardens are currently used to grow various vegetables, planter boxes with clear plexiglass covers are used to grow strawberries and multiple greenhouses are used to start and transplant vegetables early and grow tropical plants such as papaya. One of these facilities is built into the south end of the largest barn, has multiple rooms and sprinkler system. In addition to fruits and vegetables, one of the sheds was previously used as a chicken coop and there are multiple horse barns with stalls that could be used for anything from chickens, small animals like goats and sheep to horses. The property is cross-fenced into multiple paddocks that are associated with horse barns and loafing sheds. In addition to the obvious equestrian uses, these could also be used for raising show calves, feeding out steers or for other types of livestock. Larger open pastures could be used for grazing or hay production. We routinely see deer on the property, and ducks visit the pond during the winter. We are unsure about the quality of fishing in the pond, but pond management isn't that difficult if it needs a little help. Independence Ranch can also create its own energy via a 10.6 KW rated solar power system. This system is used to offset electrical use from the grid but could be equipped with battery storage to completely disconnect from outside sources. In addition, it also comes equipped with a propane powered whole house generator. The ranch has two homes to accommodate large extended families. The main home has 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms and approximately 2300 square feet. One of the rooms is an attractive office that could also be converted into a bedroom. An updated kitchen, classic dining room and comfortable living room are the main attractions on the first floor. The upstairs master suite provides a secluded, peaceful setting with great views of the property from its high windows. The guest home is a more modest, but well maintained 3 bedroom 2 bath home with a detached garage. If your dream has been to have a farm with great horse facilities or to have a place where you and your family can produce your own food, water and power, then Independence Ranch would be a great property for you to visit. Please call Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489 to schedule a showing.
$1,175,000  •  214 acres
Tombstone Ranch is a 214-acre property located just southeast of Allen, OK in Hughes County, 2 1/2 hours from Dallas and 1 1/2 hours from Oklahoma City. With frontage on both paved and gravel county roads and being located 2 1/2 miles from Highway 48, this property offers easy access to and from the major metro areas. The ranch takes its name from a small cemetery located just off the property's southeast corner but rightfully has a ton of western character of its own. The land consists of a relatively flat upland pasture that has four wooded draws that fall away to the south and east. Two of the draws have ponds. The western most pond is about an acre and there are two other ponds in another drainage that are each about a half-acre in size. The owner is currently building a third larger pond in this drainage that should be about 3 acres in size. Other water resources include a nice wet weather creek that runs along the northeast corner of the property and a buffalo wallow located in middle of the upland area. Lastly, an old hand dug well with a sandstone rock opening sits near an old homeplace near the uppermost pond. The pastures are a mixture of cool and warm season grasses such as bermuda, clover and rye grass. Although mostly open there are two small areas of dense cedar growth and large oak trees grow along the wet weather creek. This area is a travel corridor for deer coming down from the densely forested hills through the property and on to Muddy Boggy Creek. In addition, the property is close enough to natural wetlands along Muddy Boggy Creek that it's not unusual for mallards and wood ducks to visit the ponds during the winter. For those looking for a property that includes accommodations for extended family, Tombstone Ranch would be ideal with its two homes. The entry to the main home is through an attractive large entry with a driveway that flows and curves through the woods and up the hill. There the home sits in a pleasant opening with an overlook of the entry gate and bottom ground below. This 1750 square foot home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and has lots of western touches like the heavy wood beam over the fireplace, wagon wheel light fixture, sliding barn doors and wood grain tile flooring. Just south of the house is metal shed with lights and a nice set of dog kennels. The property has both well and rural water. A second 1500 square foot, three bedroom, two bathroom home sits nearby but out of sight of the main home and is accessed by its own driveway from the paved road. This modular structure has a nice modern styling but still fits with the rural setting. It also has a large dog kennel and a small chicken coop nearby. Tombstone Ranch is a family ranch. Children, colts, calves and Catahoula puppies have been raised here over the years but the time has come for the family to move on to their next adventure. If you are looking for a place where you can raise livestock, hunt, fish and enjoy the peace and tranquility of rural Oklahoma living, then you need to come check out this ranch. Please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791 to schedule a showing.
$199,000  •  53 acres
Smooth Rock Springs is a 53-acre property located just southeast of Allen, OK in Hughes County, about a mile from a paved road, 2 1/2 hours from Dallas and 1 1/2 hours from Oklahoma City. It has 1320 feet of road frontage on County Road 149 and another 220 feet on County Road 373. The main entry for the property is on the south boundary from County Road 149. From that point, you cross a small spring fed creek that has ponds constructed both upstream and downstream of the crossing. Afterwards, the main road continues uphill to a gravel pit and splits off into a series of trails that access the wooded areas of the property. This property is in a small, geologically quirky area that has some atypical features. For example, the gravel pit on this property is not in a creek or river bottom like most pits, instead, it's on top of a hill. In addition, the soil itself is a coarse sand with smooth gravel that ranges from pea gravel to small cobbles. These types of deposits are typically found along river channels where the rocks are worn smooth as they roll along the riverbed for hundreds or thousands of miles. Smooth Rock Springs is unusual in that these materials are deposited on a hilltop located five miles from the nearest river. In addition, this area is known for its shallow groundwater and numerous springs. True to the area, this property also has a large spring that feeds the small chain of ponds along the southern border. The local explanation is that these gravel and sand deposits are related to an ancient river that once flowed through the area. The sediments left behind by that primordial river create the setting for the unusual surface features we see today. In terms of vegetation, the land is about 80 percent wooded with scattered natural openings, ponds and the gravel pit being the balance of the land. The woods of the property are your typical cross-timber mixture of post oak, blackjacks and red oaks. Deer tracks are easy to see on the property and we saw a couple of deer while filming. Although on the small side, it could make a nice hunting property with some good management and by limiting hunting pressure. In addition, the constant flow of spring water through the ponds has the makings of a nice fishery. In fact, there is significant opportunity to enhance these ponds by building up the dams higher and creating a set of drawdown pipes to manage water levels for either fish or waterfowl. The gravel pit gives us an interesting insight into the soil layers of the property. A gray colored layer made primarily of gravel and coarse sand is located at the top and has a distinct boundary below it where the soil turns bright red and grades into a sandy clay. A layer of shale lies below the clay. The gravel can be used for roads and driveways and the clay has been used for building house pads in the past. These gravel and potential fill resources add an interesting commercial opportunity to the property that we don't normally see. The owner estimates over that there are well over 100,000 yards of pea gravel on the property. Given it is located at the surface, mining it would be a straightforward process once proper permits were in place. Rural water and electricity are readily available along the road frontage and in the past the spring was used to supply a former homestead with water. In that light, its also easy to see the property being developed into an attractive building location with a homesite on top of the hill overlooking the chain of spring fed ponds below it. In conclusion, the natural features of this property lend themselves equally well to a multitude of uses. If you are looking for a property with unusual features and flexibility like Smooth Rock Springs, please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791.
$3,147,568  •  1,549 acres
This parcel is the northeastern portion of the Canadian River Ranch. This portion of the ranch is the most densely wooded and least improved part of the complete ranch. It stands as the purest hunting parcel. Steep and rugged with Limbo Creek cutting a flat creekbottom through the center of it, this parcel has a great combination of timber types that provide both bedding and acorns. The property is partially high fenced and has a single corner that touches a public road. An entry and road would need to be created in this area to access the parcel. The next owner would need to cut trails and add whatever improvements desired as this part of the ranch has been relatively untouched. You can see the full listing including video on the 11,400 acre Canadian River Ranch listing. This property is now part of a federal bankruptcy proceeding and will be subject to a stalking horse bid process. A brochure on how this process works has been attached as a document. In summary, we are seeking a fully qualified buyer to make an initial, non-contingency offer on the property. Once this offer is submitted, it will serve as the opening bid (stalking horse bid) on the property in an auction that will be held approximately 30 to 45 days later in bankruptcy court. The details of the stalking horse bid will be advertised to other prospective bidders. If the stalking horse bid isn't the high bid in the auction, then the stalking horse bidder with receive 2% of the gross sales price at the closing of the property for having served as the stalking horse. If you are looking for a raw piece of land to steward, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512 to discuss. If you have any questions about how the bankruptcy proceedings would affect the manner or timing of a transaction, please contact Heather Milazzo at 646 381 9207 or email her at HMilazzo@
$7,457,440  •  3,670 acres
This parcel is the southeastern portion of the Canadian River Ranch. It extends east and west almost the entire width of the larger ranch. This portion of the ranch has the most open ground of the different portions of the complete ranch and would make the best combination ranch for someone looking to run both cattle and enjoy hunting. The southeastern corner has good creek bottom meadows that would be good for both grazing and hay. Once you leave this area, the land becomes much steeper and more wooded as you transition to the ridgetop. An aerial application of herbicide was used to thin the trees and create upland pastures on the western portion of the high ground. The eastern portion of the upland area is densely forested and is more suitable for hunting and recreational type of activities. The property is partially high fenced and has cross fencing. The Hawkins house sits on top of the ridge and overlooks the valley below it. This structure is in need of repairs and updating but would serve as a unique and interesting structure for someone who wanted to undertake the project. In addition, there is a dirt landing strip that has been created in the center of this parcel. There is public road access all along the southeastern portion of the ranch and a network of interior roads makes it easy to get around. You can see the full listing including video on the 11,400 acre Canadian River Ranch listing. This property is now part of a federal bankruptcy proceeding and will be subject to a stalking horse bid process. A brochure on how this process works has been attached as a document. In summary, we are seeking a fully qualified buyer to make an initial, non-contingency offer on the property. Once this offer is submitted, it will serve as the opening bid (stalking horse bid) on the property in an auction that will be held approximately 30 to 45 days later in bankruptcy court. The details of the stalking horse bid will be advertised to other prospective bidders. If the stalking horse bid isn't the high bid in the auction, then the stalking horse bidder with receive 2% of the gross sales price at the closing of the property for having served as the stalking horse. If you are looking for a large combination ranch with an interesting old home to remodel, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512 to discuss. If you have any questions about how the bankruptcy proceedings would affect the manner or timing of a transaction, please contact Heather Milazzo at 646 381 9207 or email her at HMilazzo@
$11,448,288  •  5,634 acres
This parcel is the western portion of the Canadian River Ranch. It extends north and south almost the entire length of the larger ranch and has river frontage on the North Canadian River. This portion of the ranch has some open ground on the south but primarily is densely forested with the slopes increasing as one travels north. Other than being partially high fenced and having some cross fencing, this part of the ranch has almost no improvements. Access is limited to a gate in the far southwestern corner of the property that touches a paved county road. There are a few old well sites and oil field roads on the property that form a primary network that a large number of hunting trails connect to. The black outlined property in the southern end of the ranch will convey as an undivided interest shared with other owners who have no legal access to the property. None of the other out parcels have legal access either. The combination of such a large block of land and limited road frontage makes this ranch extremely private. You can see the full listing including video on the 11,400 acre Canadian River Ranch listing. This property is now part of a federal bankruptcy proceeding and will be subject to a stalking horse bid process. A brochure on how this process works has been attached as a document. In summary, we are seeking a fully qualified buyer to make an initial, non-contingency offer on the property. Once this offer is submitted, it will serve as the opening bid (stalking horse bid) on the property in an auction that will be held approximately 30 to 45 days later in bankruptcy court. The details of the stalking horse bid will be advertised to other prospective bidders. If the stalking horse bid isn't the high bid in the auction, then the stalking horse bidder with receive 2% of the gross sales price at the closing of the property for having served as the stalking horse. If you are looking for a heavily wooded, recreational/hunting property that feels totally isolated but is in fact only a few miles from town, I-40 and the Indian Turnpike, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512 to discuss. If you have any questions about how the bankruptcy proceedings would affect the manner or timing of a transaction, please contact Heather Milazzo at 646 381 9207 or email her at HMilazzo@
$500,000  •  51.5 acres
Over the years, many of the Land Doctors clients tell us that they just want a place to "get away". Since the start of the COVID pandemic, we hear that more and more. People are tired of being confined to small residential lots in the city and are looking forward to having more room to roam, explore, work and enjoy. Unfortunately, not everyone can just move out to the countryside. Work, family and other commitments require some of us to be in the OKC metro. What if there were an affordable property in OKC where you could be close to everything and still escape into the peace and tranquility of a natural setting? Lost Creek Retreat is just that property. This 51.5 acre mol property is nestled between West Moore High School on the east, The Rock Assembly of God Church on the west and bordered by nice neighborhoods all around. The entry road on Pennsylvania Avenue is just south of the church and leads onto the property from the west. This portion of the property has two main features. One is a large lake that, according to our measurements on aerial photos, ranges in size from 2.5 acre to 5 acres depending on the season and rainfall. We have been told that the pond is a good crappie and catfish fishery. As such, we believe this indicates that even during the dry periods, the lake maintains a sufficient water level for supporting fish. Just south of the lake, is an area approximately 7 acres in size that is relatively open and out of the floodplain. This would likely be the best location on the property to build your dream house or to serve as the location of a future development. To the south and east of the entry is a belt of large hardwood trees that grow along a tributary of Lost Creek. This area would be ideal for creating your ultimate urban escape. We can imagine this area being full of trails and creek crossings that would allow you to wander and explore in quiet solitude for hours on a property that is only 8 miles from Bricktown. Whether you like to hike, ride ATVs or horses, this would be a great place for trail riding. Bowhunting and small game hunting may also be possible along this corridor. In addition, to serving as a private park, there is also some potential to turn this into an outdoor recreational development where your customers could come out and enjoy fishing the lake or exploring the trails. In addition, there are significant tax advantages for those who might want to create this sort of public access venue. Ultimately, its up to you. If you want an affordable piece of land that you can build out to suit your need for outdoor activity in a metro location, then this would be a great place to build your forever home, fish the lake in the evenings when you get home from work and spend the weekend enjoying the trails or hunting in the woods. If you are looking for a unique property to pursue your passion of increasing outdoor access to the public or your private clients, then this property could also serve you well, particularly if you take advantage of the tax advantages associated with this type of activity. If you have any questions or would like to see the property, please call Eric Lynch at 405 664 6491.
$800,000  •  235 acres
Mockingbird Hill Ranch is a 235-acre mol ranch located just a few miles west of Stratford, OK. With a location just 80 miles southeast of OKC and 160 miles north of Dallas, it would be a great spot for those with family and friends located in both cities. The property has almost a half mile of frontage on both Highway 19 and County Road N 3350 as well as a quarter mile of frontage on County Road E 1540. With frontage on three roads, its easy to access the entire property regardless of weather conditions. In addition, it gives you plenty of options for subdividing the property in the future. The ranch has been in the same family for many decades. The old farmhouse and small milk barn harken back to a simpler time. The home itself is currently being rented out and the renters would like to stay, if possible. It has three bedrooms and a fourth room that could either be used as a small bedroom or office. It has one bathroom, a nice sized kitchen, dining room and living room. The old milk barn has been nicely maintained and now serves as a storage shed and small shop building. In addition, there is newer large shop building constructed with a wood frame and metal siding and roof, complete with a concrete floor and wiring. A lean to on the south side of the shop is a great place for storing equipment. Although the property has been leased to a local rancher, it has been well maintained, sprayed and conservatively grazed. In other words, the fences are good and the grass is thick. Cattle have water access by ponds or the creek in every pasture. The pastures and meadows in the creek bottom have fertile Class 2 soils and are shaded by large native pecan trees. In summary, Mockingbird Hill Ranch is a working ranch that has older improvements that have been nicely maintained. Even though the ranch is mostly open, a ribbon of hardwoods extend through the ranch and we saw three deer as well as numerous tracks. The land has a very attractive roll to it. The home sits atop an 80 ft tall hill and the elevation of the land falls away in every direction. Keel Sandy Creek runs north to south through the property and the topography would allow the construction of a lake as large as 13 acres. In fact, we can easily imagine the next owner building a new home on top of the hill overlooking this new lake. If you would like construction estimates, we would be happy to provide them. We think Mockingbird Hill Ranch would be such a beautiful place for the next steward owner to enjoy improving and managing just as the current owners have enjoyed for many decades. You may even come to think of it as home as much as they have. Bring your livestock, enjoy planting a big garden, manage the pecan trees, bale some hay, enjoy fishing the ponds and watching the deer; those are all things that you can do at the ranch. Build a modern home, remodel the one that's there or just continue to rent it out and take advantage of the income. Whatever you choose to do, we think you will come to appreciate the property and see all the possibilities just as we have. If you have any questions please call Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489 or email her at Chrissy@
$375,000  •  4.86 acres
If you are looking for development potential in Ada, Oklahoma, then look no further than Cradduck Commercial Development. This 4.86 acre parcel (+/-) offers frontage on both Cradduck Road and East Central Boulevard. Based on a zoning map obtained from the City of Ada, The Land Doctors estimate the frontage along East Central Boulevard with the accompanying zoned area to be approximately 1.86 acres (+/-). This area is currently zoned R-3/multiple-family district. The additional acreage to the South with frontage along Cradduck is approximately 3.0 acres (+/-) and is currently zoned as C-2/general commercial district. For more information, please call Alex Leach today at 580.272.3953 or email him at .
$3,507,500  •  1,403 acres
The historic Hundley Ranch is in the heart of Hughes County, Oklahoma and nestled on the forested banks of the South Canadian River. This ranch has been owned by the Hundley family since 1904, which is three years before the State of Oklahoma joined the Union. Since those early days when Mr. J.W. Hundley first began putting the ranch together, it has remained under the Hundley family's stewardship and ownership through four generations. Over these 117 years, this special property has been ranched, farmed, hunted, and beloved by the family and their closest friends. Think about that for a moment, this property has been stewarded by the same family for over a century and the last time it was on the market was four years before the Model T was first manufactured. That easily qualifies this as a legacy property. Located 190 miles from Dallas, less than 90 from Oklahoma City and with an entry gate located about a mile from a paved road, this 1403 (more or less) acre property's general characteristics make it unique, beautiful and rare. Approximately 70% of the ranch is wooded with the remaining 30%, mostly river bottom pasture with some scattered upland pastures. As one might expect with substantial bottom land, this ranch features extremely fertile soils. Approximatively 540 acres of the ranch are classified as "Class 4" soils or better with 220 acres being Class 1 and 2 soils. These types of soils make it possible to not only farm and ranch a portion of the property, but to also manage wildlife at a very high level if the next owner decides to plant these rich river bottom soils in wildlife forage or grain crops while maintaining the upland areas with the current blanket of large red oaks. As you explore the property, you will appreciate the extensive trail system that makes traversing a property of this size enjoyable. With approximately 200' of elevation change, the breathtaking views the ranch provides are stunning. Its rolling hills and diverse geography offer magnificent views for as far as the eye can see. For those most interested in the diverse, plentiful, and thriving wildlife population associated with Hughes County, this property will not disappoint. In this part of Oklahoma, one will primarily expect Rio Grande or Rio Grande/Eastern hybrid turkeys and whitetail deer. The sellers have also told us the ranch has had a great duck population as well, particularly mallards. Over the years, the property has also been known for producing trophy largemouth bass and large catfish. The sellers provided an impressive selection of photos showing trophy bucks, outstanding bass and wild turkeys. We have run trail cameras extensively on two adjoining properties and have concluded that that this entire stretch of river bottom is loaded with outstanding wildlife. Large neighboring ranches also ensure that the hunting pressure remains low. The ranch features numerous ponds, which have all been named by the family. The largest pond on the property, "The Big Pond," is over five acres and gently tapers off in the hardwoods and timber that surround its northern end. Above the "Big Pond," is an older cabin still used by the Hundley Family. Although not a large structure, this was the place where the Hundley's gathered for many Thanksgivings together. The Land Doctors think this area could be expanded and would make the perfect place for a new hunting lodge. The other large ponds on the property, "Catfish Pond," "Bass Pond," and "Crappie Pond," approximately measure 2 acres, 1.30 acres, and 1 acres, respectively. The sellers tell us "Bass Pond" has had consistent five-pound bass caught in it over the years, with the "Catfish Pond" once producing a 12-pound largemouth. "Duck Pond" in the middle of the property was always known to be the best spot for duck hunting. For those just wish to see and experience unique wildlife, a bald eagles nest, also known as an aerie, was identified by the sellers in the bottom along the river. Perhaps the most unique feature of the property is its location on the South Canadian River. With around 8,800' of frontage along the banks of the river, the river provides a beautiful focal point to the ranch. We have located an old river channel in the timber along the river that we think would be an outstanding place to create duck habitat for some top notch flooded timber waterfowl hunts. In addition to the physical features of the property, the ranch also offers something special for those with an interest in early Oklahoma history. The sellers tell us over the years they have found a large number of arrowheads in the bottoms. There is also a small Native American cemetery. Finally, an old railroad bed passes through the property and is a reminder of days gone by. The Land Doctors believe this ranch to be one of the best, most beautiful recreational ranches we've ever listed. If your dream is to own your own legacy ranch where family and friends will want to come back to again and again, then look no further than The Hundley Ranch. For more information or to schedule a viewing, please call Alex Leach today at 580.272.3953 or email him at Alex@
$1,250,000  •  332 acres
Pivot Farm is located 2 miles west of Highway 75, adjoins the town of Gerty, OK, and is 100 miles from OKC or Tulsa and 150 miles from DFW. This 332-acre farm is 1/2 mile wide and 1 mile deep with slightly more than a mile of paved road frontage and 1 1/2 miles of gravel road frontage. Electricity and rural water run along the frontages, with a 6-inch water line running along the west boundary and a 2 inch water line running along the north boundary. This location makes it a quick and easy drive to and from nearby metro areas. The exceptional amount of road frontage and utilities give you an impressive amount of flexibility with respect to accessing, development or subdividing the property while the paved frontage and nearby highway make it easy to transport your agricultural products to market. This part of Oklahoma has deep, sandy soils, long growing seasons and warm summers that are perfect for growing thick, lush stands of bermuda grass. Pivot Farm has all these ideal natural features for growing hay plus the added advantage of sitting atop a shallow, highly productive aquifer. The water table is typically around 40 feet deep and extends down through coarse sand and gravel deposits to a shale layer at about 70 feet below ground surface. Due to the highly porous nature of the subsurface, wells in this area routinely produce 400 to 500 gallons per minute. Pivot ranch has two of them that were drilled in 1996 that supply a 120-acre pivot set at 800 gpm. The seller's have 240 acre-ft of annual water rights that date back to 1997 and these rights will transfer with the surface. In addition, the property is almost 100 percent open with a very few trees scattered in the northeast and southeast corners as well as a few around the home. The irrigated hay ground needs to be regraded in at least two areas to address drainages that are eroding due to heavy rains the past few years. Other than that, the next owner will need to determine if they want to hay the grasses currently present or to aggressively establish a higher grade of forage to service the premium hay market. Weed spray, fertilization and irrigation would make this a truly productive hay operation capable of consistently turning out top forage yields. Although the north half of the property is not irrigated, this area could be simply cut for hay as it is now, or an additional pivot could be installed to bring both quarter sections into a higher level of production. Our hope is to someday see 18 wheelers driving onto the property from the paved frontage road to load up with top quality horse hay before heading out to market along Highway 75. A nice three bedroom, three bathroom country home is located on the west edge of the property. At 2032 square feet, this home is large enough for most families. This is an older home that has been remodeled, added on to and updated over the years. Typical of country homes it has a large porch and is surrounded by shade trees. The kitchen, dining room and living room are an open design and the bedrooms attach to this core area on two sides, with the master bedroom being isolated on the back of the house. In years past, the description of the property would end at this point, but there are new opportunities for rural properties that are now part of the discussion. A large transmission line crosses the property, and an electric company substation is located on a neighboring property at the northwest corner of the farm. When you combine that with a generally south facing slope and open land you get the ideal recipe for a solar farm. We have been getting an increasing number of calls from solar companies looking for candidate sites. Our discussions with these companies lead us to believe that this property would be a good candidate when solar developers look to this part of Oklahoma. If you are looking for a property with great water resources, productive soils and setting ideal for hay production along with a nice home and the potential for generational wealth from a future solar farm, please call Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489 or email her at .
$975,000  •  40 acres
Located in the heart of Pontotoc County and less than five miles from downtown Ada, Buena Vista Ranch is a 40-acre (more or less) tract with a good mix of open pasture, mature hardwoods, secluded meadows and big views. Situated near the Stonecipher Exit on US-377, most of the open pasture is ideally located along Kerr Research Drive. This stretch of road offers approximately 1500' of frontage which is a key feature for anyone interested in commercial development or subdivision of the property. In addition to the frontage, Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E) electric service and ATT telephone lines run along Kerr Research Drive. A large electric transmission line runs through the property and might be of use to the next property owner. The property is just outside of city limits with its western and southern boundaries coinciding with the city limits of Ada. The City of Ada has a 6-inch water line running along the eastern and northern edge of the property and there are four (4) fire hydrants along the eastern edge of the property. It should also be noted this property falls within Rural Water District #7's territory and a potential buyer/developer will need to work with The City of Ada and/or the RWD # 7 to ascertain the possibility, feasibility, and potential of either the City of Ada or RWD # 7 servicing this property's water needs. As with any potential development, any developer or real estate investor will need to perform due diligence and capacity analysis to ensure the potential use of the property is possible. Nearby parcels have been purchased and developed by the Chickasaw Nation, Legal Shield, US EPA and the Oklahoma Blood Institute. Perhaps most importantly, the Chickasaw Nation Medical Center is an impressive medical complex that appears ready to foster additional spinoff opportunities for business wishing to serve their patients and patient families. Buena Vista Ranch is ideally located less than 500 feet from the entry to the medical center and stands ready for the next phase of development in this area. As with any development, natural beauty attracts attention and increases desirability. The physical features of the property include approximately 15 acres of open pasture balanced with 25 wooded acres. The open areas have a graceful scattering of mature hardwoods and the wooded areas could be cleared in a similar manner. The property generally slopes down from the northwest corner toward the southeast providing wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. In addition, there are multiple "flats" along the slope that are natural building locations. Because of this, the development of the property will likely happen at multiple elevations, making each building site visible from the surrounding roadways. Any real estate developer or investor realizes the rare opportunity this property provides. With the Chickasaw National Medical Center's growing presence and facilities on its 230 acre campus, the Land Doctors believe this area will also continue to grow, expand, and thrive well into the 21st century and beyond. If you are looking for a property with incredible development potential, then look no further than Buena Vista Ranch. For more information or to schedule a showing, please call Alex Leach today at 580.272.3953 or email him at .
$720,000  •  240 acres
The Rocking L is a productive 240 acre ranch located two miles north of Hugo and 2 hours from the center of Dallas, TX. Located at near the end of a dead end road, this property is the epitome of peace and quiet. You enter the ranch near a set of old sheds and a small well house, from there a small set of pens and traps run to the south while the rest of the pastures are north and west. The ranch is divided into four main pastures with good cross fencing. The far western pasture is about 30 acres in size and the large pasture that adjoins it to the north is approximately 55 acres. Both have been cut for hay in the past, have a nice growth of Bermuda and still look the part of a hay meadow. The far northern pasture is about 65 acres in size and was at one time mostly wooded. It has been cleared except for the large pecan trees still growing there. These appear to be native pecans and there is a regrowth of pecan saplings beneath them as well as some blackberries and other brushy regrowth. This leaves the next owner with an option of either spraying and finishing the clean up to create another great pasture or letting some or all of it continue to grow to create a deer sanctuary. This would be especially beneficial on the eastern end of this pasture as it adjoins the Corps of Engineers land that buffers Hugo Lake. With the lake less than 2 miles away and surrounded by timber, it looks like a great spot to plant food plots and pull deer onto the property. In addition, the topography and clay soils in this pasture are ideal for building a lake up to 20 acres in size, assuming there are no flowage restrictions on this drainage associated with the Corps property and Hugo Lake. If this lake could be constructed, the duck hunting and fishing opportunity of the property would be outstanding. The last large pasture sits in the southern and eastern end of the ranch and is approximately 65 acres also. All pastures have shade, ponds for water and a strong limestone soil base that provides the minerals and nutrients that make cattle thrive. In addition, the arrangement of the pastures lends to an easy rotation between the west, middle and southern pasture as these three come to a central point with three gates making cattle movement convenient. Once cattle are in the northern pasture, they can be brought back to the barn area down the long arm of that pasture that extends to the south. In addition, to the obvious ranching opportunities and the potential wildlife management options, a third possibility deserves mentioning. If you look just to the west of the property, you can see a large limestone quarry. This property has the same soil type as the quarry property and limestone surfaces in more than one location on the property. This leads us to believe that there is a good potential for limestone mining on this property in the future also. While the next buyer might never attempt to mine, it always good to have those type of resources on accessible on a property. Lastly, the ranch has a high point perfectly situated in the dead center of the property. From there, the land slopes down 40 feet to the north and east. This would be a beautiful spot to build a house on and take in the 360 degree view of the ranch. Lush pastures, wildlife, a big view and quiet setting make this a great ranch for the next owner to take and develop into a showplace. If you are interested in taking this natural beauty and refining it, please call Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489 or email her at .
$2,500,000  •  93 acres
Blue River Springs has more improvements and features per acre than any listing we've ever had, so grab a seat and hold on tight as we take you on a whirlwind tour through this magnificent property. Located on the banks of the Blue River at Connerville, OK, this property is located about 100 miles from either DFW or OKC. With paved frontage on a quiet country highway, you are a quick drive from either metro area to this ultimate river retreat. When you arrive, you pass by the property manager's mobile home and drive through the unassuming entrance. Drive a few feet further over the crest of a small rise and the property is revealed to you. The first thing you will see is the beautiful pecan orchard. Its 680 improved variety pecan trees are aligned in perfectly straight rows with a backdrop of massive native pecan trees beyond the orchard. Improved varieties include Pawnee, Kanza, Lakota, Podsednik, Desirable, Oconee and Nacona. These healthy trees each have their own individual irrigation head that supplies both water and fertilizer. The orchard is split into 15 zones that can each be individually managed from a central irrigation control room. One look at the development plan, and you can see that it has all the features and hallmarks of a professionally designed orchard. This also gives you the first glimpse into the minds of the owners, as you will see a repeating pattern of thoughtful design and quality construction throughout the property. The irrigation system is a smartly designed system that includes clever innovations and engineered backups. First, lets start at the water source. The property includes 1400 feet of frontage on both sides of Blue River. This stretch includes a deep swimming hole that is also ideally suited for withdrawing water for the orchard. The property will transfer with 109 ac-ft/yr of water rights from the river. One of the clever design features you will see is the drawbridge style pumping deck and stinger mounted intake screen. The pump screen has a built-in quick attachment point that allows you to use a tractor to hoist up the assembly and place it into the river, then you lower the drawbridge style irrigation deck and pull the intake hose through to the hard piped connection leading to the irrigation room. This system makes it easy to place the intake in the river during the dry months and then remove it before water velocities increase during the wet months. The system also includes an intake line priming system charged from an onsite water well. Once the water arrives at the pump house, it can be pushed through the system by either of two water pumps. From there, it flows through a high efficiency filter designed to keep particulates from flowing through the system and clogging the sprinkler heads. There is also a port for adding fertilizer to the water stream for the trees or cleaning products to maintain the system. The entire system is managed by an electronic control module that opens and shuts valves to the different zones. In addition, the entire system is plumbed and valved with pressure tanks so that the water well or surface water pumps can route water to the house, fire pit, orchard or RV hookups in case there is an issue with any part of the system. Two sheds provide storage for pecan orchard equipment, mower, truck and tractor that the seller is transferring with the property. A complete inventory of equipment can be viewed once financial qualifications are shared by potential buyers. This property also has a huge "stay and play" aspect to it. A 40 by 60 barndominium is a great low maintenance main residence for the property. Half of the structure is a large garage and the other half offers living quarters complete with kitchen, dining room, living room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and utility space. Finished with a wood interior, cedar posts, interior wood shutters and stained concrete floor, the living area is the perfect fit for this property. Of course, with a property like this one, your friends and family are going to come visit you. Two RV hooksups complete with water, sewer and electricity are located just beyond the side porch of the home. Nearby, there is a great fire pit and bar-b-que area on the banks of the river. Deer frequently move through the orchard and the river acts as a corridor for wildlife. The deep pool in Blue River is a great place to boat, swim and fish. The pure waters of the river are clear and sustain a population of healthy fish. A spring fed pond stocked with largemouth bass is located just south of the house, but that's not the reason "springs" is included in the name of this property. For that, we drive at atv across the river at the low water crossing and come to a truly magical spot. This property overlies the protected Arbuckle Simpson aquifer. Known for its pure spring water, this limestone aquifer is a precious asset. Springs exist above the aquifer in places where the pressure of the formation can push water through pipe-like karst tubes to the surface. Small springs are common in the area, but Blue River Springs has a major spring that comes to surface near the banks of the river. A concrete swimming pool was constructed around the spring and comes complete with a valve to control water levels, an overflow pipe and a wier to control the discharge from the pool. It is easy to become mesmerized watching the bubbles slowly ascend to the surface of the pool from the spring below. The water has a beautiful, faint blue tint and it runs cold all summer long at flow rate estimated at 1500 gallons per minute. That's over 2,000,000 gallons per day! An RV pad with hookups and a small picnic area sit nearby for your enjoyment of this ultimate swimming hole. Places with these types of water resources don't come up for sale very often and our guess is that this property will belong to the descendants of the next owner for many generations. If you are looking for a legacy property to leave your family, please give Kelly Hurt at call at 580 421 7512 so that you can learn about the equipment and furnishings included in this sale as well as the income and tax depreciation advantages offered by the pecan orchard.
$1,350,000  •  135 acres
Nestled a stone's throw away from Lake Thunderbird, Thunderbird Grove is a sprawling 135-acre property located less than four miles from Norman. With convenient access at two points along Robinson St., folks familiar with the Norman and Lake Thunderbird areas in general will see how this proximity to not only the nearby recreational areas but all the food, football and activities that the nearby college community offers is a fantastic combination. Both entrances on the south side of the property are gated, but if you start on the eastern side, the first thing that you're likely to notice is how well-maintained the trails on the property are. Many are easily accessible by truck, but the property is a paradise for those that enjoy ATVs and off-roading in general. The eastern path takes you down a winding trail that ends in a meadow that would perfect for a small cabin or place to park an RV. If you take the path all the way to the end, you'll find yourself in a small meadow that would also make a great place to build a firepit and camping area if you just want to get away from it all. True to all of the property, you'll also find a great trail road just to the north that's perfect for riding, surrounded by timber and just south of the lake. Entering from the westernmost entrance, you're immediately greeted by an elevation rise that's easy to navigate with a well-maintained road. This is has been aided by the help of the neighbors to the west---thankfully, they're family with the sellers and have helped keep the land pristine over the years. As you move forward, you'll find again that the trail system is surprisingly open, easy to navigate and gives a future buyer immediate and easy access to nearly any section of the ranch. For the individual buyer, the opportunities are almost endless. With lake access in the northwest corner, numerous cutouts, an incredibly large deer blind and wildlife in the area it's easy to see how someone might want to keep this property to themselves. Add in the literal access to Lake Thunderbird and it's a sportsman's paradise, especially for the buyer that wants to live in Norman but wants to get away at the end of the day. The access points, the potential building sites and the water on the property would all add up to an absolute diamond of a property in this area for the individual buyer. One of the greatest parts of exploring Thunderbird Grove is the way that each bend in the road seems to open up to a new meadow, a new path and a new area to explore. The almost naturally-parceled feel of the property gives it a feel that makes it larger than it is, but also gives each new area a feel that's completely its own. On the other hand, the opportunity to subdivide exists---this area has become a hotbed of real estate activity over the last year and with the seclusion and the next-door access to one of this area's best state parks, it could be an attractive possibility for investors or development firms. Division could be handled in a multitude of ways, it's just up to the imagination of the developer. Thunderbird Grove represents a new and unique opportunity to either own or develop a beautiful and substantial plot of land just a stone's throw from Norman, I-40 and I-35. With an already great working system of trails, access to county water and electricity, and the feel of being a million miles away, when you're just a few miles from the OU campus, it's one you might not want to overlook on your way to the lake If you are interested or have questions, please call Eric Lynch at 405 664 6491.
$250,000  •  10 acres
If you've been looking for a private lake getaway for your family and friends, then you will really want to see Serenity Lake. This 10 acre parcel has 4 acres of open, flat ground along the road, followed by 4.5 acres of woods that have a 70 foot elevation change as they extend down to the lake. A small cabin and storage building give you an immediate stay and play capability until you build your dream cabin. The property has 430 feet of lake frontage and 1.5 acres of lake ownership. A small fishing dock provides a great place to tie up your boat, take the kids fishing or swimming. This clear water lake is absolutely beautiful and has only three other owners that adjoin it. If you are looking for a peaceful lakeside retreat on a budget, then please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791.
$1,100,000  •  220 acres
Redbud Ranch is a 220-acre property located just north of Lindsay, OK a short quarter mile east of Highway 76. This property is a quick 30-mile drive from Norman and only 60 miles from downtown OKC. The ranch is accessed at its southwest corner at the end of a county-maintained road. As you enter the property, the driveway descends a gentle slope to a 1380 sq foot, 2 bed, 1 bath house. The owners are currently doing some work on the home and pictures will be taken once they finish. At that point, the lake located just down the hill grabs your attention. Four acres of the 11-acre lake is on the property. This portion of the lake appears to have the best structure for holding fish. Numerous clumps of standing brush and timber are scattered along the edge of the lake but are isolated enough to allow easy fishing. A shallow neck extends up to a small clear water drainage that feeds the lake. The shallows are full of trees and snags that provide great cover for forage fish. In addition, the water of the lake is clear and you can see that there is a nice drop off about three feet from the bank. There is some nice aquatic vegetation at depth. We spent a few minutes casting a spinner bait and caught a couple of healthy bass. A gravel road heads north and then east through the property to an oil/gas well in the far eastern pasture. This road provides great access to the entire property. In addition, it passes by the working pens and crosses the dam of two smaller ponds. The property is cross fenced into three main pastures and a holding lot but could be easily divided into four or five pastures with a little additional fencing. The soils range from Class 3 to Class 6, and with 160 open acres, the ranch has ample room for a small herd of cattle. We saw a nice group of Angus and Herefords that are in good shape and give an indication of carrying capacity for the ranch. The wooded draws are full of green briar and oaks which are both great sources of protein for deer. The trails along the draws have been used so much that they look like someone has kept them cleared. In places where they cross the creek or go over the hill, they are beaten down into the ground. A little bit of management could really make this a special spot to hunt. The roll of the land is a big plus. With three drainages separating four ridges, the ranch has nice elevation changes and big views. The view from the east side of the lake looking back to the west is particularly nice. Although there is a home on the property, we can envision a new house overlooking the lake from either side with a small dock for your friends and family to enjoy the water. If you are looking for a place close to OKC that you can develop into your dream ranch, then please give Sean Childress a call at 580 320 5791.
$2,800,000  •  800 acres
The 800 acre Diamond Rock Ranch is located 10 miles south of I-40 at Okemah, 75 miles south of Tulsa, 85 miles east of Oklahoma City and 200 miles north of Dallas. Although it is 800 acres, the ranch extends two miles east to west and 1 1/4 miles north and south. With contiguous parcels in three different sections, this is a big property that feels huge. In addition to an impressive spread, it has a wide range of settings and attractive features. The main entry of the ranch has an extremely well-built steel gate and pipe fence constructed by the Land Doctors best fence builder. The paved driveway leads from the Highway 27 frontage up to the headquarters located on a small hill. Centrally located along the highway frontage, the entry and headquarters area give you convenient access to the rest of the ranch. A small older ranch home, shop, equipment and hay sheds along with cattle pens round out the headquarters. Although the improvements are very functional, we think that the next owner will want to clear the slate and build a modern home and barn here to make the improvements match the beauty of the location. A great combination of fences, pens and lots give you plenty of options to rotate cattle all across the property. In addition, there are good ponds in each pasture livestock and wildlife. The pastures are primarily supported by fertile Class 2 and 3 soils. Great fences, strong grass and good water are great for ranching but most of our clients also want to enjoy some recreation as well. The ponds are full of clear water, ringed with an ample amount of aquatic vegetation and are stocked with largemouth bass. The family has had large gatherings at the ranch that including fishing tournaments as part of the fun. In addition, the ranch is known for producing trophy whitetails. Located in the heart of Oklahoma's big buck territory, Hughes County continues to produce massive whitetails on a yearly basis. That fact, in combination with the layout of this ranch makes it ideal for hunting. The extreme western portion of the ranch has a wooded hillside that functions as a bedding area for deer that sits roughly at the center four sections, meaning this area is at least one mile from a road in any direction. This seclusion allows bucks to grow old and massive. Lastly, the ranch name is derived from the deep draw that exists on the southeast corner of the property. The slopes of this 100 ft deep draw are lined with flat stone ideal for construction. Many of these moss-covered stones have an unusual, naturally angular shape that make them ideal for landscaping applications also. In fact, the name of the ranch is taken from a large almost perfectly diamond shaped boulder on the ranch. This resource could be monetized to produce an additional and unique stream of income for the ranch. Also, once the rock is harvested the draw would be an ideal spot for the construction of a large lake as an estimated 500-acre feet of clear water flow through it annually. This amount of flow combined with the natural topography make this a great lake site for a large, deep, clear water lake. If you are looking for a ranch with lots of great features, options and opportunities located on a quiet stretch of country highway just 10 miles from Interstate 40, please give Kelly Hurt at call at 580 421 7512.
$525,000  •  5.66 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 is also an additional parcel available on the South side of East Central Blvd. It 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@
$1,520,000  •  760 acres
Buck Trail Ranch is a 760 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. The ranch has a mixture of open meadows, intact stands of oak forest as well as brushy regrowth on portions of the property that were logged years ago with roughly 75% of the ranch wooded and 25% open. The open portion of the ranch is dispersed throughout and has multiple secluded meadows that would be ideal for food plots. There are two small oil wells on the property and the oil company keeps a nice gravel road to access them. Four deep draws cut across the property and offer potential lake sites for the next owner to develop. The largest one has the topography to contain a 30 acre lake completely on property, while the others would be in the 4 to 5 acre range. In addition, there are already several nice clear water ponds stocked with bass. The largest is a 3.5 acre lake in the center of the ranch. In addition to fishing, the standing timber in the largest lake looks ideal for waterfowl hunting. Although the property has 140 feet of elevation change, most of the slopes are gentle as the hills slowly taper off into the creek bottoms. The northeast corner of the property has some significant slopes, however, the center portion of the ranch where the pastures appear to form a large X has the ideal mixture of elevation change, timber, open pasture, and water to create a very pleasant spot for a house or cabin. It just feels like the spot. This would be an ideal property for someone looking to take a raw piece of land and turn it into a great hunting and fishing ranch for friends and family. You could plant the hidden meadows to create fantastic food plots. You could also establish feeders and mineral licks in the deep draws and hollows to take advantage of the travel corridors between the mature oaks and thick regrowth. The ranch naturally has a nice balance between acorn production, browse and cover. With small creeks and ponds scattered everywhere, water is not an issue. It just needs management to reach its potential. When you look at the bucks that are already on the land, it gives you a good idea of how high the ceiling would be. We easily got several nice bucks on camera with just a little corn on the ground. If you have any questions, or would like to schedule a showing of Buck Trail Ranch, please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791.
$23,165,560  •  11,400 acres
UPDATE: The adjoining High Point Ranch mentioned in the video is no longer on the market. 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 11,400-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. A portion of the property is high 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 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 once 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. The following color coded subdivisions of the property are now available for purchase: Purple - 5634 acres Green - 3670 acres Red - 1549 acres Orange - 439 acres Yellow - 120 acres This property is now part of a federal bankruptcy proceeding and will be subject to a stalking horse bid process. A brochure on how this process works has been attached as a document. In summary, we are seeking a fully qualified buyer to make an initial, non-contingency offer on the property. Once this offer is submitted, it will serve as the opening bid (stalking horse bid) on the property in an auction that will be held approximately 30 to 45 days later in bankruptcy court. The details of the stalking horse bid will be advertised to other prospective bidders. If the stalking horse bid isn't the high bid in the auction, then the stalking horse bidder with receive 2% of the gross sales price at the closing of the property for having served as the stalking horse. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this property, please call Kelly Hurt at 580 421 7512. If you have any questions about how the bankruptcy proceedings would affect the manner or timing of a transaction please contact Heather Milazzo at 646 381 9207 or email her at HMilazzo@
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