$3,250,000   •   393 Acres
4 br / 2 ba /

Peavine Creek Ranch is a 393-acre pecan paradise and takes its name from the creek that runs northeast to southwest along the border of the property giving it a triangular shape. The position of the creek and the lay of the land are ideal given that most of the creek bottom is on the north side of the creek. In other words, the very best of the creek bottom soils and pecan grove are located north of the creek on this ranch. With over 50 percent of the ranch being blanketed by fertile class 2 soils, its easy to see why it would support such a beautiful stand of mature pecan trees with a thick carpet of clover, rye and vetch growing underneath. Most of the trees are native pecans with a scattering of trees that were grafted to produce improved varieties. Although the production of native pecans varies from year to year, the tax depreciation benefit of having roughly 2100 depreciable trees is something you can count on. Because of Oklahoma’s long history in pecan production there are a variety of support programs available to producers. Currently, the USDA RMA offers support through crop insurance as well as disaster assistance programs such as “TAP” or the Tree Assistance Program. The Land Doctors as well as the Sellers are prepared to help the new owners transition easily into pecan production by sharing valuable production history as well as providing a list of helpful industry contacts that are vital to the success of the operation. Pecan trees aren’t the only thing that grow on this ranch. Great soils also mean great pastures for cattle. The mixture of creek bottom and gently sloped hillside give you the option to run cattle on the hills during the wet season when they are most productive and then rotate them to the creek bottom to enjoy the benefits of strong summer forage growth sustained by naturally sub- irrigated soils. Plentiful drinking water is available in both the creeks and small ponds, but many Oklahoma ranches have those types of water features. Peavine Creek Ranch also offers a 12-acre lake located in the northwest corner of the property. The lake is located at the transition from the hillside to the creek bottom and, as such, would be ideal to gravity flow irrigation water, if desired. While you would probably only need the lake for irrigation water during the very worst droughts, you could enjoy it on an everyday basis with your family and friends. Stocked with fish and featuring clean, shady shorelines, it would be ideal for fishing, kayaking, swimming and duck hunting with the family. Largemouth bass are plentiful and easy to catch during the summer and in the winter, ducks rest on it after feeding on the ag fields along the Washita River located just a mile and a half away. Other wildlife is also abundant, as the dense growth of clover attracts and holds whitetail deer and wild turkeys. If you love water, large trees and beautiful pasture, it doesn’t get much better than this. Except here at Peavine Creek it does, because not only does this ranch have the ideal natural features, but it also has a three-year-old home and barn perched at the transition from the hillside to the creek bottom and just east of the lake. This four-bedroom, two-bathroom home was completed in 2021 and features a master suite with large bathroom on the west end of the house and three more bedrooms and a second bathroom on the east end. In between is an open floor plan living room, dining room and kitchen with a shared cathedral ceiling. The living room has a stone fireplace with a wood stove insert. The combination of good insulation, high efficiency wood stove and pecan wood yields free heat and the comforting aroma that you get from a fire. A large back porch doubles as a spot for hosting parties and outdoor recreation. It would be a pleasure to enjoy relaxing here during the evenings. There is also an attached garage equipped with an above ground storm shelter. There is also a new barn that has plenty of room for storing hay, equipment, trailers and even has an area for riding horses that is partly covered. The electric service was installed underground to avoid disturbing the beautiful view with overhead lines. Lastly, getting to the ranch is easy as you are only about six miles from I-35, one mile from Highway 19 but, at the same time, you can enjoy the seclusion and privacy of living near the end of a dead-end road. If you need to get to and from the DFW Metro or OKC, they are only 2 hours and 1 hour away, respectively. But once you get to the front entry gate, you can leave all that behind as you drive down a gently curving driveway to your new safe haven. If you’ve been looking for a beautiful, productive ranch with great water features, tax benefits and quality improvements, please call Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489 or email her at Chrissy@


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The Land Doctors
The Land Doctors
Kelly Hurt
Kelly Hurt

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