The 4R Pecan Ranch is located just northwest of Asher, Oklahoma in Pottawatomie County. This is a short 60-mile drive to Oklahoma City and 175 miles to the Dallas, Ft. Worth Metro. The ranch itself is just 2.5 miles west of Highway 177 however the tranquil setting coupled with views of the hay meadow from the front porch make it feel worlds away from civilization. The current owners have spent much time manicuring under and around the some 250 plus pecan trees in the pecan grove as well as maintaining a small orchard of peach, apple, pear and plum trees. A small colony of bees live in maintained hives on the property to ensure there are plenty of pollinators around to pollinate the blooming trees. This 21-acre ranch is mostly fenced with some areas for grazing and turnout. A small wet-weather creek winds through the property and services the water needs of livestock most of the year. In the drier months there is a well that services the outbuildings and the home that can also supplement the water needs of livestock. Speaking of the home; it's located at the main entrance of the ranch but is situated so the front porch overlooks the neighboring hay meadow. We can see many mornings spent on the porch, drinking coffee and watching the wildlife peacefully graze about. The interior of the home has been updated to bring fresh life into the 1200 square feet of living space. The home itself is a 2 bedroom, 1 bath with an open kitchen and living area as well as a mud and laundry room. The fireplace in the living area can provide heat all winter long making it cheap and easy to heat the home. The kitchen has seen some updates with a custom island and butcher-block countertops accented further by a tile back-splash and a dedicated office space. The space is large enough to accommodate a dining room table and chairs as well as seating around the bar and still provides plenty of workspace and cabinets in the kitchen. At the opposite end of this home are two similar sized bedrooms and an updated bathroom with white subway tile. The mud and laundry room provide additional storage and a separate entrance leading from a covered porch area perfect for kicking off muddy boots before entering the home. The yard around the home is just as clean and updated with a new tree house for the kids and firepit to sit and enjoy the Oklahoma evenings. The raised garden beds are perfect for growing anything from tomatoes to artichokes. An older shed is where you'll find the well house and is big enough to provide extra storage. The chicken house is just inside the pasture fence accessed by a gate. There is an additional open sided barn that currently serves as hay storage and as storage for the outdoor equipment. It is modest but functional and would be the perfect spot for a new shop or garage if the new owner so chooses to build one. If you're looking for a smaller farmstead with the potential to grow your own food, raise livestock and have income producing pecan trees, then this place is for you. Contact Chrissy Banks to schedule a showing at 765-220-2489.