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$1,702,000  •  920 acres
Long Range Ranch is a 920-acre property located on a paved county road just six miles northeast of Ada, OK, 90 miles from Oklahoma City, 120 miles from Tulsa and 150 miles from Dallas, TX. Oil production on a recreational ranch is not ideal in some respects but there are some benefits that come with it. One benefit is the network of trails and pipelines that cut through the dense oak forest to give you reliable access to the entire ranch that you wouldnt otherwise have. Specifically, this ranch offers impressive views as you look down the pipelines that traverse the 220 feet of elevation change from the ridgetops to the creek bottom. Given that the ranch has dense cover, plentiful food and water sources, long straight pipelines and great deer genetics, the first thing that we imagined was long range shooting. One pipeline offers a 1300-yard shot that might be stretched to 1500 yards with the removal of a few trees, and multiple potential stand locations could be set up for 500 to 700-yard shots. Shooting distances of 20 to 300 yards are everywhere you look. Best of all, these shots can be attempted safely given that they have a large ridge as a backstop.Being able to see and shoot a long way isnt much fun unless you have a good population of deer, hogs and coyotes for targets. Eastern Pontotoc County is a nationally recognized hot spot for trophy non-typical whitetail bucks. Multiple 200 inch plus deer have been taken in this area in the last three years, notably, one area hunter killed two 200 inch plus bucks in 8 days from the same tree stand. Excellent bucks have been caught on the sellers trail cameras and we will be working hard to run more cameras before the bucks shed their antlers this year. If you like shooting wild hogs, just make a corn pile in the creek bottom and do your part to help control their population. Flocks of turkeys roam the creek bottom, roosting in the massive hardwoods that extend out over Muddy Boggy Creek. In addition, there is a 1-acre low spot next to the creek with a thick growth of perennial smartweed that looks ideal for an engineered wetland for duck hunting. Speaking of the creek, the ranch has about 2.5 miles of this beautiful sandstone rock lined creek. Its the kind of creek that makes you want to be a kid again and just explore it all day long looking for petrified wood and arrowheads. In addition, there is a 2-acre lake, a 1-acre lake shared with a neighbor and 3 small ponds to fish during the warm months. The 1-acre lake has a fishing dock and the remnants of a zip line going across the lake as well as a large fire pit and small grill. It appears that this was a family campsite at some point in the past. Open meadows run alongside the creek and in areas where the creeks twist and turn, they would be ideal for secluded food plots. In addition, there are many quiet openings and short pipelines that run through the woods that would be great for feeders. Given the number of hunting cabins and lodges that we are now building on ranches, we can easily see some really nice spots to build your ultimate getaway spot for friends and family. If you love trail riding, managing wildlife, playing in creeks with your kids and grandkids, fishing, swimming and being able to see and maybe shoot a really long way, then you need to come visit Long Range Ranch.
$4,975,000  •  905 acres
Under Contract
Spring Creek Ranch is a stunning property located 12 miles south of Ada, OK, 96 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, and 149 miles north of Dallas, TX. With 1.6 miles of Highway 99 frontage and an additional 1.3 miles of paved county road that leads to the entry of the ranch, the peace and beauty that this property provides is easily accessible from any metro without having to drive on dirt roads. Plus, it also has a small landing strip.This 905 acre mol ranch is about 50 percent open with the other 50 percent in blocks of mature timber along the banks of the beautiful spring fed creeks that run through the property, including 1100 tax depreciable pecan trees. Approximately 420 acres are considered higher quality farmable soils and because of this fertility, cattle and wildlife flourish on the ranch. These mineral rich soils also grow heavy racked whitetails that the Fittstown area is known for. Trail cameras will be placed on the property this summer to capture photos of this years crop of trophy bucks. In addition, large flocks of wild turkeys roost in the trees along the creeks and feed in the open creek bottom pastures.The ranch features a creatively decorated main ranch house, a horse barn with living quarters, a shop and a dog kennel. The style of all the buildings is a mixture of country, western and cowboy heritage. The house is 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom farmhouse style that has been completely gutted and restored. The horse barn has two Priefert horse stalls, a tack room, a wash bay, an entertainment area, office and visitors accommodations. In addition, there is a small guest bunkhouse. Spring Creek Ranch has 300 feet of elevation change that reveals some of Oklahomas most interesting geology and ancient history. A sizeable Frisco chert deposit outcrops on the property. This chert was highly prized by pre-Columbian tribes and traded throughout the area for use in constructing arrowheads and spears. But the true magic of Spring Creek Ranch is the water. The water is supplied from the protected Arbuckle Simpson Aquifer by way of the Spring Creek spring located just on the other side of Highway 99. This constant source of pure spring water is crystal clear and cold throughout the year. As it traverses the ranch, the dramatic changes in elevation create unique and peaceful waterfalls throughout the ranch. These spectacular water features include areas where the creek splits around islands and then rejoins in a double waterfall setting with large splash pools. The perfect place for kids and adults to enjoy the summer. With 1.6 miles of the creek, there are literally scores of spots like these to explore and enjoy. In addition, the owner has irrigation rights to 325,850,943 gallons of water from the creek per year that will transfer with the sale of the property. Approximately 700,000,000 gallons of water flow down the creek each year. When you get ready to take the friends and family fishing, then you can choose from 10 lakes and ponds up to 2 acres in size. Lastly, the ranch comes complete with a shale pit that can be used for your own private needs on the ranch or sold to the public. If you are interested in touring the property, please schedule a time with Kelly Hurt.
$720,000  •  576 acres
Boulder Ranch is a 576 acre ranch located just northeast of Ada, OK and is a 90 mile drive from OKC, 115 miles from Tulsa and 170 miles from Dallas. Resting only 1 1/4 mile from the South Canadian River, this heavily wooded ranch is the perfect hideout for deer moving up and down the river. The property has steep elevation changes that span 150 feet of relief. The side slopes are ringed with gigantic boulders that have interesting overhangs and balanced rocks. Most are easy to climb and would be a wonderland for kids and active adults to play in. Small wet weather streams trickle down the hollows and cascade over the rocks for a few days after it rains. The combination of big elevation changes, moss covered rocks and mature hardwood timber makes this a really enjoyable hiking area.A ranch this large with such steep terrain would normally be difficult to access. However, Boulder Ranch benefits from over five miles of maintained roads and trails that are used to access small oil wells on the property. The wells have been maintained better than most we are used to seeing and the land has suffered very little as a result of energy production.Three small ponds and the wet weather drainages provide water for wildlife. In addition, one hollow has the topography to hold 30 surface acres of water if you are looking for a place to build a large lake. In addition, this area is known for trophy whitetails. We have put out trail cameras and will update the listing with pictures as we get them. If you are looking for a large block of woods with some interesting rock features and don't mind energy production, then this property could be an absolute steal for you because of the low price that is being asked. Boulder Ranch could be the ideal place to hunt, hike and maybe even pursue your lake building dreams at a price that is rarely seen these days. If you would like more information or want to schedule a showing, please give us a call.
$1,250,000  •  490 acres
The Turkey Creek 490 is situated approximately 6 miles northwest of downtown Ada. It is located at the end of a dead-end road, and access is provided by all blacktop roads with the exception being to the last half mile which then turns to gravel. Upon entering the property, you will cross Turkey Creek and immediately traverse into the beautiful open meadows with pecan, oak, and miscellaneous other timber located in the draws and hillsides of the property. Scenic views can be found on several parts of this ranch with most views looking toward the southeast.Several food plot locations and ponds can be found throughout the property. The 12 ponds range from small stock ponds to the largest being approximately 3.5 acres. Overlooking the largest pond is the beginning of a cabin. The slab and footing have been poured and the frame is up and is just waiting on the new owner to complete to their standards. Water is supplied to the cabin via two water wells.The numerous food plots and natural browse make this property a wildlife haven. Natural forages include persimmon, pecan, different varieties of oaks (acorns), and other types of grasses and weeds that make the deer, hog, turkey, and other small game populations plentiful. The native grasses and timber covered draws and hillsides provide ample cover and habitat for these animals. A fantastic trail system winds its way through the ranch as well. These trails make navigating the property a breeze while also providing great travel corridors for wildlife as well. There are numerous ridges and clearings throughout which would not only provide panoramic views but make for fantastic stand locations being able to catch those mature whitetail bucks traveling. After filling your hunting tags, you will still have plenty of time to relax with a rod and reel in your hand on the 12 ponds.- Approx. 35% open and 65% timber- Multiple food plots, stand, and feeder locations located throughout- 12 ponds and a live creek- Numerous pecan trees that could generate additional income and depreciated- Pecan, persimmon, and oak trees provide natural forage for wildlife- Elevations ranging from 870' to 980'- 6 miles to Ada- 81 miles to OKC- 120 miles to Tulsa- 166 miles to DallasThe information contained herein is deemed reliable but is not warranted or guaranteed by the Broker or Seller. The Broker (Great Plains Land Company) does not assume liability for typographical errors, misprints, nor for misinformation that may have been given to us. All property is subject to change, withdrawal, or prior sale. Buyers' agent must be identified on the first contact with the Broker and must accompany the buyer on showings to receive full fee participation. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
$770,400  •  428 acres
Under Contract
Eastridge Ranch is located approximately 15 miles east of Ada, OK on Highway 48. The ranch is a 100 mile drive from Tulsa or OKC and 150 miles from Dallas. This 428 acre recreational ranch is roughly 1.5 miles long from north to south by 1 mile wide from east to west at its widest point. The ranch sits in a transitional area where the pastured creek bottoms of Muddy Boggy Creek give way to wooded hillsides. From a wildlife management standpoint, Eastridge Ranch is ideally secluded from the world by a 4000 acre ranch to the west and north, an 1100 acre ranch to the south and a 1350 acre ranch to the east. The ranch boasts 130 feet of elevation change from Muddy Boggy Creek up to the top of the highest ridge. Approximately 300 acres of the property is in timber and 128 acres in meadows and an open field along Muddy Boggy Creek that's perfect for a food plot. The meadow areas offer the type of transitional setting that encourages the growth of native browse needed to support deer through the summer months while the timbered portions provides acorns for the fall and winter. Although existing trails allow easy access to most of the ranch, there is a 155 acre block that acts as a sanctuary. The property has good boundary and cross fencing. The property also includes a 2.5 acre lake fed by two drainages. This lake is filled with bronze tinted water typical of heavy forested drainages and is ringed with a narrow strip of aquatic vegetation. It has two nice arms that extend to shallows located in each drainage. The point between the two arms is begging for the construction of a cabin or home overlooking the lake. Water and electric services could be easily run to this point from the Highway 48 frontage to the east. Nine hundred and fifty feet of creek, as well as a 3/4 acre pond and two other small ponds ensure that water is available to wildlife on all parts of the ranch.In addition to great views generated by the elevation change, the property also has some other interesting features including a small cave and cliff overhang. Multiple inscriptions are carved into the sandstone rock of these natural features and some date back to statehood. Both have game trails leading to them and appear to be acting as shelter to wildlife.The outstanding native genetics of whitetail deer in this area have been extensively studied and documented on the former Nobel Foundation Deer Research Unit located just 1.5 miles to the southeast of the ranch. This combination of transitional features, large neighbors, seclusion, timbered bedding areas, browse filled meadows and water make Eastridge Ranch a unique opportunity for those wishing to manage for trophy whitetails. Recent game camera photos have captured some nice examples of the bucks that the property is currently producing with no wildlife management. In addition, wild hogs are currently absent after an extensive eradication effort.
$851,000  •  370 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Leader Creek Ranch 370 - ka Status: New Price Per Acre: $2,300 Acreage: 370 Closest Town: Lula, OK Access: County Road Taxes: $Approximately $500 per year Topography: Gently rolling to level Improvements: Metal barn/Apartment, barn, Loafing shed Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 Forage: Bermuda, Rye, Lespedeza, Native Mix. Capacity: 500 Sheep or 100 cow/calf pairs Water: 10 ponds and Creek Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey Utilities: Rural Water and Electricity Comments Everyone looking to buy a ranch looks at the fences. Good news, this place has new fencing! Net-wire fence around approximately 75% of property. The other 25% is fenced in 5 strand barbed wire. Current owner is running 500 head of sheep. You could run approximately 100 cow/calf pairs if you’d rather. One thing that makes this ranch stand out is a creek running through it! Leader Creek runs through the property. There is a solid metal bridge that makes going across the creek a breeze. Ranch has plenty of water with 10 ponds and creek. Large pecan and oak trees, with just enough timber for excellent hunting. This ranch has an excellent blend of warm and cool season grasses consisting of common Bermuda, Midland Bermuda, Dallis grass, Bahia and several varieties of clovers. The cool season grasses are predominately Rye grass and some Fescue. The steel pipe corrals are definitely adequate to work all the livestock that the property will carry. 36 x 100 metal barn being used to store feed and supplies. There is a metal shop that has a comfortable living quarters, with 1 bedroom, a full bath with laundry hook-ups, with a open kitchen living area. This would make a suitable place to live while you are building your dream home. There is rural water, well and electricity. Ranch location is ideal if you love the peace and quiet. Located at the end of a dead-end road, making county traffic rare. Just 20 miles from Ada, Oklahoma or 2 hours from either OKC or Dallas. Priced to sell at $2,300 per acre. Call Kelly Albrecht 580-380-2066
$718,998  •  271 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Tupelo Ranch 271 - ka Status: New Price: $718,998.00 Acreage: 271.32 Location: Highway 48 & County Road E1620 Closest Town: Tupelo, OK Access: County road Topography: Flat Improvements: Barns, fencing, cross fencing, pipe pens Capacity: 75 cow/calf pairs Water: Multiple ponds, Seasonal creek Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, & other indigenous wildlife Utilities: Electricity, 2 wells Development Potential: Yes Comments Look no further! This productive ranch is currently running 75 cow/calf pairs and still able to cut and bale hay. You won't have to spend time fixing fence or cleaning up the place. It has been well kept. Owners weed spray and fertilize regularly. Property is cross fenced into 5 pastures with ponds in every pasture. Half the pastures are bottom ground. There is plenty of water with the multiple ponds and seasonal creek that runs through property. There is a good set of pipe pens for working cattle. Several traps up around the working pipe pens. The traps have water faucets providing clean drinking water for your livestock. There is a large metal show barn with several stalls and an enclosed room that could be used for tack. Pastures constrict of mostly Bermuda, Rye, Johnson, Fescue and clovers. Pecan trees are scattered throughout providing food for local wildlife and additional income. There is electricity and 2 wells on property. Several scenic places to build your dream home. Enough timber for excellent whitetail deer hunting. Ranch is situated right off of Hwy 48 about 5 miles North on Highway 48 from Tupelo, Oklahoma. Just 30 mins east of Ada, OK . 1-hour North of Durant, OK. 1.5 hours SE of Oklahoma City. Give Kelly Albrecht a call if you have any questions or would like a private showing. 580-380-2066 owner/agent
$785,000  •  245 acres
$875,000 • Under Contract
Property Details Name of Property: Flying H Ranch 245 - ka Status: New Price: $875,000.00 Acreage: 245 Acres Location: 24995 CR 3 Drive Stonewall, OK - 1.5 hours north of Oklahoma City, OK. – 15 minutes to Ada, OK Closest Town: Stonewall, OK 74871 Access: Old Highway 3 County Road Taxes: $2,300 Topography: Flat to Gently Rolling Improvements: Home, Barn, Fences, Ponds, Working pen, Overhead Feed Bin, Pole Barn Home Sqft: 2,100 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 Forage: Rye, Clover, & Bermuda Grasses Water: 4 Ponds Wildlife: Whitetail deer, Turkey, Hogs Utilities: Electricity, Rural water Comments Welcome to the Flying H Ranch. This 245 acres has good fences, cross-fenced into 4 pastures. Owner is currently running 68 cows and 83 Ewes. 4 ponds, one spring fed. Buck Creek runs through property. Nice set of working pipe pens with covered area for a chute. 30-ton grain bin and 25+ concrete troughs. Newer metal barn with pens. 35% of property is timber, hasn't been hunted for years. Beautiful 3 bed, 2 bath home with office. 2,100 sq ft. Granite throughout, spacious open house plan. Huge front and back porch with a salt water pool. New tornado cellar. Prime location, just off State Highway 3. Minutes to Ada, OK. Call Kelly for showing 580.380.2066
$725,000  •  230 acres
UPDATE - THE SELLER IS WILLING TO SELL THE BARNDOMINIUM AND SOUTH 30 ACRES SEPERATELY. CALL FOR DETAILS.Sandy Creek Ranch is an ideal combination ranch. Located just west of Ada, Oklahoma, 1.5 miles south of Highway 19, 80 miles from Oklahoma City and 150 miles from Dallas; this ranch offers productive hay meadows, trail-lined rolling forest, and a combination shop and living quarters. This 230-acre ranch mol has approximately 84 acres of Class II soils in the flat ground that runs along a 2300-foot stretch of Sandy Creek. Fifty acres of this fertile soil supports a blanket of large hardwoods and pecan trees while the other 34 acres is a hay meadow that produces high quality, strong yielding hay. The seller has the hay custom baled and has an existing customer base that would likely remain loyal customers. The amount of revenue produced from hay sales is enough to pay taxes and offset other expenses associated with owning the property all while requiring minimal effort on the part of the owner. The remainder of the property is rolling hills covered with mature stands of oak trees. This combination of fertile creek bottom areas, a steady supply of clean water in the creek and mast producing oak forested hills, makes this ranch an ideal place for wildlife. During filming, the ground was covered with acorns and several well-defined deer trails were noted. We happened to have an extra trail camera on hand and set it up on a trail near the shop. By the next morning, we were getting pictures of multiple does and a young 8-point buck. Since then, weve started feeding and will be updating the listing with more pictures as we get them. The main section of the ranch lies along a quiet county road with just under a mile of road frontage. There are three well maintained entrances to the ranch, two providing direct access to the hay meadows and the third servicing the shop and living quarters. Two unusual features are located near the two northern entrances. An abandoned railroad track runs north of Sandy Creek. This elevated path runs from the county road all the way to the east boundary of the ranch and would make a nice all-weather roadbed. Although the entire property can be accessed from the main road, there is also an old wood and steel cable bridge that provides a direct crossing of the creek on the ranch. This bridge was once part of a county road that has since been abandoned.The main headquarters of the ranch features a combination shop and living space. The 3 bedroom 2 bathroom quarters is heated and cooled with a full kitchen and laundry hook-up. The downstairs has a nice set of kitchen cabinets, small pantry beneath the stairs, and stained concrete floors. The bedrooms are upstairs and have exposed roof trusses that extend down through the ceiling. Taller buyers will likely want the Land Doctors to give an estimate on how to cut and brace the trusses for more headroom. The shop portion is equipped with large roll up doors and would make the perfect place to store and work on equipment. The shop site itself sits atop a hill surrounded by forest with trails leading to other parts of the ranch.With a combination of hay meadow and forest, this property would be ideal for someone wanting a great recreational place or a place to farm/hay on a limited basis and get the existing pecan trees into production. An orchard of improved variety pecan trees could also be established in the hay meadows. Given the various features of the property, Sandy Creek Ranch could be used in a multitude of ways. If you think it might be a good fit for your plans, please contact us to schedule a showing.
$850,000  •  180 acres
Under Contract
If you are looking for a peaceful and secluded property close to all the amenities of a town the size of Ada, OK, then Deer Creek Ranch might just be the place for you. Located just outside of the city limits in Ada, Oklahoma, 85 miles South East of Oklahoma City and 150 miles North of Dallas, Deer Creek Ranch is a 180 Acre (mol) estate set in a park-like setting with areas of gently rolling hills, miles of horse trails and open hay meadows. The current owners have spent much time over the years grooming and improving the property. The ranch is completely fenced with some cross fencing with a gated entry to both the entrance of the ranch and homesite. Water is plentiful on the ranch. There are 7 ponds as well as Deer Creek, which runs through the property as a tributary of the Muddy Boggy Creek. The ranch also has a well that services the horse area and barn as well as rural water which services the residence. The ranch is gently rolling from both directions, flattening out in the middle, with 50 acres of bottom ground currently being used for hay production and grazing. The pastures are well maintained and clean without the addition of chemical herbicides. There are several well defined and clean trails on the ranch, perfect for relaxing rides through the woods on horseback, getting your cardio in with a challenging hike up and down inclines or walking quietly taking in the sights and sounds of nature. The main residence is just as picturesque, sitting in a clearing, surrounded by forest, with nothing but the sound of nature greeting you each day. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home features an open floorplan, spacious master bedroom and large all season room with plenty of windows to bring the outdoors in. Just off the kitchen and dining area is the back porch with a wooden pergola and seating area; a perfect place to sit with your coffee and watch the hummingbirds as they hum about the feeders, or the deer and turkey that walk up in the back yard. Just out from the house is another covered seating area that feels much like camping in a private park. The horse area on the property is complete with a larger barn with a tack room and a stand-alone barn with runs and a larger foaling stall. The horse area does have some modern conveniences such as water lines that have been installed and upgraded to speed up watering and feeding time. Because of the quiet and seclusive nature of this ranch the wildlife is plentiful. The ponds and creek, as well as ample cover and secluded hay meadows make the natural design of the ranch a perfect sanctuary for deer, birds and humans alike. The owners love nature and birds and you will often see feeders strategically placed around the ranch to attract them and provide incentive for them to stay. If you are looking for a home that gives you the space and tranquility to leave the stress of the world behind, this is it. If you are interested in seeing this property, or have any questions, please contact Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489.
$3,740,000  •  170 acres
Offering 170 acres m/l of prime development land located within the incorporated city limits of Ames, Iowa. Situated in a rapidly growing area on Ames’ north side with housing development occurring immediately adjacent to the east and the Ames Golf & Country Club to the west, the property is located within the highly coveted Gilbert School District.
$800,000  •  170 acres
Located on the Western edge of Coal County, Oklahoma, Goose Creek Lake is a remarkable 170 acre (MOL) ranch with good fencing, beautiful water, cattle running opportunities, and trophy white tail hunting for those so inclined. It truly is one of those rare gems in Oklahoma few people get to see, fewer get to enjoy and even fewer get the chance to own. The ranch is situated just 148 miles from Dallas, 108 miles from Oklahoma City, and 25 miles from Ada. Its location makes it the ideal place for those folks looking to get out of the city, yet its close enough to enjoy a nice restaurant, grocery store run, or hardware store trip in less than 45 minutes. After taking the Stonewall exit off HW-3, one will enjoy mostly paved roads to the property, except for a couple miles of dirt road entering the ranch. As you approach the northwest corner of the property on the county road, you'll instantly be struck by the beautiful timber-lined hills and large lake tucked below that create the backdrop of this stunning property. One of the most attractive and exceptional features of the property is the water. Goose Creek empties into the large watershed, officially known as Upper Clear Boggy Creek Watershed Project Dam No. 8. Using the latest mapping software, The Land Doctors estimate the lake to be approximately 13 acres in size. The irregular shape of the shore line, with small coves and cuts, provide several great places to throw your favorite Texas rig or you can work your way around the edges of the dam with a spinnerbait or popper during those late summer evenings. The current property owner has provided the Land Doctors with several pictures of the massive bass caught in the lake, which are some of the best we've seen on private property. The ranch also features several others smaller ponds varying in size, with the largest more than 1/2 acre. These smaller ponds are well suited to support the livestock living on the ranch. Somewhat unusual for a property of this size, the ranch boasts more than 6000' of cross fencing, making it ideal for someone interested in running cattle. Furthermore, the soils present on the ranch, among others, include Karma fine sandy loam, Dennis loam, and Wynona silty clay. These soils are particularly fertile and lend themselves well to grazing and even farming in some cases. The extensive cross-fencing coupled with these productive soils, allow the property owner or lessee the ability to enjoy the benefits of rotational grazing in an ideal setup. For those most interested in hunting, this area of Coal County is known for its thriving wildlife population including trophy white tail deer, turkey and hogs. On the backside of the large dam, the principal spillway creates the outflow, which returns to Goose Creek. This tree-lined portion of the creek is approximately 1600' long and meanders and turns throughout the southeastern corner of the ranch. The property owners have used the lower meadow created by the creek's cutout as the ideal hunting spot complete with blinds and feeders. The water source of the creek, fertile bottom land and tree cover, which nearly encircles this lower meadow, creates the perfect place to hunt the massive white tail known well to the area. The ranch also includes two modest homes separated by approximately 1000' of gravel road. One of these homes could be used as a main house for owners with the other house serving as overflow for guests and extended family. Alternatively, these homes could also be rented out to generate cash flow for the owner or could serve as a ranch hand home. These two homes have electric service provided by People's Electric Cooperation. Finally, for those interested in some Oklahoma history, there is a small Native American cemetery near the northern end of the property that is maintained by the Chickasaw Nation with the permission of the landowner. In our opinion, Goose Creek Lake is one of the most beautiful and unique places you'll ever see in this part of Oklahoma. This isn't just another place for friends and family to come----it's a destination. Make this your private park or retreat, while enjoying the fellowship of friends and family for years to come. For more information or to request a showing, please call Alex Leach today at 580.272.3953.
$825,000  •  127 acres
Location: Arrow Creek Farm is located approximately 3 miles southwest of Gladewater, Texas on Old HWY 135. The farm is also conveniently located 15 miles from Longview, 24 miles from Tyler, and only 115 miles east of Dallas. Overview: Arrow Creek Farm is a polished and scenic 127+/- acre property located in a desirable area in northwestern Gregg County. The property consists of large rolling hills, scattered mature timber, a spring-fed creek, 2.5-acre pond and productive improved pastures. Surrounded by other rural properties and only 1.5 miles from Gladewater Airport, this property is nestled in a convenient, yet quiet part of Gregg County.Improvements: Arrow Creek Farm features a 2,560 SF brick home with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, one of which is ADA approved. A long, paved driveway winds its way to the house, which has a 2-car garage, security system, open floor-plan, and has been remodeled and updated. The shop area is setup with two storage rooms, rollup doors, covered parking areas, and an additional 600SF open air barn for equipment storage. Also, with over 3,800' of road frontage on two sides of the farm, additional home sites overlooking the farm's rolling hills, this property is setup well for a homestead, weekend retreat or future investment.Trees, grass, forbs: This area of Gregg County boasts sandy loam soils which are productive for both hay production and prolific timber stands. This property features approximately 100+/- acres of Coastal and Common Bermuda that is strictly used for hay production. Most of the farm's landscape drains well making access convenient from all four entrances. Groves of large mature white oaks, pin oaks, and red oak trees can be found on each hillside. Other tree cover consists of pecan, black gum, sweet gum, river birch, hickory, elm, willow, and some pine. Found within the stands of mature timber scattered across the farm are native forbs and browse that are highly attractive to deer and other wildlife.Water: The property has a spring-fed creek flowing from the west towards the center of the farm into the 2.5+/- acre pond on the east part of the property. The property is also located well within the Carrizo Wilcox aquifer and the Queen City aquifer making additional drinking/irrigation water very accessible from a well if so desired. Starrville Water Supply provides water to the improvements of the farm.Topography: The house sits on the highest point being 350'+ overlooking the entire property, sloping down to around 285' above sea level towards the east side of the farm. The majority of the property is rolling to sloped terrain with a nice lake site located just north of the house.Wildlife and fisheries: Arrow Creek Farm is settled in a scenic, quiet part of the county where wildlife abound. Deer and dove can be seen regularly and the 2.5-pond is fully stocked with crappie, largemouth bass, bream, and catfish.Easements: Two easements for XTO pipelines, and one for SWEPCO.Minerals: Ask Broker for detailsUtilities: SWEPCO provides electricity and Starrville WS provides community water.Property Taxes: Arrow Creek Farm carries an agricultural exemption. Ask Broker for detailsSchools: Gladewater ISDPrice: $825,000 Contact: Stephen Schwartz- Agent, 903-738-7882Broker & Commission Disclosure: Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be identified upon first contact with Listing Broker/ Listing Agent and Buyer's Agent/ Broker must be present at the initial property tour in order to participate in the real estate commission. Commission splits will be at the sole discretion of Hortenstine Ranch Company, LLC.
$675,000  •  80 acres
Sustainable Farm & Home For Sale in Wanette, OK Located in the heart of central Oklahoma with convenient access to Norman, Shawnee, Ada., & Oklahoma City. This gentle rolling farm is ready for true sustainable family living. Farm boasts productive garden operation marketing berries, vegetables, and eggs. All this in a peaceful country setting,  ready for you to enjoy the deer, fishing and other wildlife that frequent the farm. 80 acres, Approx 4-acre productive garden area, with balance in natural woodland and meadows, with 2 ponds. 30 X 96 Hi tunnel grow house has 3000 freshly planted strawberry plants, plus an additional 8000 strawberry plants have just been put in the ground in the outside garden area. Additionally, numerous vegetables are grown each year. Blackberry and Blueberry patches are in place. A fourteen zone inground irrigation system is in place for the garden and berry fields. with 14 available zones.  40 X 40 hen house supports 3 laying flocks with approx. 75 hens per flock. Farm markets their crops thru farmers markets and online. Spacious move in ready 3 bed 2 1/2 bath  brick home has attached 3 car garage.  Home features open living, dining area with fireplace, adjoining large kitchen has built in appliances. Large utility room has office/sewing area and upstairs den is great spot for grandkids or private time. Home has central heat and air, and 10 X 86 covered porches on each side of home. One side provides beautiful country view overlooking meadow where you can watch the deer graze, the other side over looks 16 X 36 inground heated pool.   Additional improvements include 20 X 30 apartment with ¾ bath and adjoining 20 X 30  shop set up to clean and package products for market, plus 24 X 36 enclosed  barn with 220 elect and  attached 16’ sheds are in place for farm equipment. All farm and operating equipment can be purchase for an additional price. Convenient south-central Oklahoma location. Less than 30 minutes to Norman and Ada, just over to Shawnee, less than 1 hr. to Oklahoma City. Easy access to Lake Texoma and the Dallas/Ft. Worth metro area. This charming farm  has plenty of substance with a quality home and has been well cared. It is ready for you to enjoy inside and out. Deer, turkey, and lots of other critters roam the area, plus enjoy your own private fishing hole. There is value everywhere here and plenty of country elbow room to live out an active sustainable country lifestyle. $675,000.00. Must be shown by scheduled appointment only. For more properties like this, go to United Country Real Estate! Listing ID: 35025-56010
$675,000  •  80 acres
Located in the heart of central Oklahoma with convenient access to Norman, Shawnee, Ada., & Oklahoma City. This gentle rolling farm is ready for true sustainable family living. Farm boasts productive garden operation marketing berries, vegetables, and eggs. All this in a peaceful country setting, ready for you to enjoy the deer, fishing and other wildlife that frequent the farm.
$695,000  •  70.86 acres
Over 70 acres of land with potential to build a single residence in the Boise Foothills near Shadow Valley Golf Course with views of Bogus Basin. The acreage has frontage along Highway 55 and Spring Valley Creek meanders along the northwest property line. It would be suitable for dry grazing with 68.70 acres of the property zoned Ada County RP (Rural Preservation). The remaining 2.16 acres of the property is included in the Spring Creek Estates No 2 Subdivision. The land is conveniently located close to shopping, restaurants, and entertainment being less than 10 minutes from Eagle and less than 30 minutes from Downtown Boise. The City of Boise serves as the capital of the State of Idaho. Although this fast-growing city is the largest in Idaho, it still maintains its friendly small-town atmosphere and affordable lifestyle. The city is known for its outdoor recreational activities such as hiking to Tablerock, walking along its beautiful greenbelt, or floating the Boise River which meanders through the city. Boise has a thriving art and cultural community as witnessed from local hotspots like the Boise Philharmonic, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Ballet Idaho, and its multiple performance theaters. Boise is home to Boise State University, which famously known for the blue football turf found on its campus. For entertainment, residents enjoy events like the Western Idaho Fair, the Boise Music Festival, the Hyde Park Street Fair, Boise Hawks baseball games, Idaho Steelheads hockey matches, and much more! Besides these events, there is always something to enjoy doing in this city's thriving downtown or its plethora of amazing communities.
$275,000  •  40 acres
The Barndominium on Sandy Creek is an ideal spot for someone looking for affordable living quarters in a wooded setting.   Located just west of Ada, Oklahoma, 1.5 miles south of Highway 19, 80 miles from Oklahoma City and 150 miles from Dallas; this ranch offers trail-lined rolling forest, and a combination shop and living quarters.  The main headquarters of the ranch features a combination shop and living space. The 3 bedroom 2 bathroom quarters is heated and cooled with a full kitchen and laundry hook-up. The downstairs has a nice set of kitchen cabinets, small pantry beneath the stairs, and stained concrete floors. The bedrooms are upstairs and have exposed roof trusses that extend down through the ceiling. Taller buyers will likely want the Land Doctors to give an estimate on how to cut and brace the trusses for more headroom. The shop portion is equipped with large roll up doors and would make the perfect place to store and work on equipment. The shop site itself sits atop a hill surrounded by forest with trails leading to other parts of the ranch.   We found it easy to attract deer with a simple corn pile, so you will get to enjoy good deer hunting even on a 40 acre parcel.  The property is located in the Latta School district which is recognized as one of the top schools in Pontotoc County.  
$900,000  •  10.5 acres
Most people buy homes, but a few of us want to buy time machines. We look for those places that are steeped in history, where every room has a story, and we can only wish that the walls could talk. There are just a few places like that in Oklahoma. One is the Historic Fleet Cabin. This sprawling estate is in the middle of Ada, Oklahoma, approximately 160 miles from Dallas and 85 miles from Oklahoma City. A bit of mystery surrounds this property as only a few people have actually had access to it. Today we throw its doors wide open and present the Fleet Cabin to you in all its glory as the Land Doctors latest listing.Originally built in the 1930's and completed in 1937, The Fleet Cabin was originally constructed for Frank Fleet as an addition to his extensive estate and primary residence up the hill. Frank commissioned W.F. Krause & Sons, well-known landscapers and woodworkers during that time, to design and build the cabin. Remember the Krause name, as this is an important point that we will return to in a moment. Over the next several years the Fleet family hosted numerous parties for family, business associates and the early elite of Oklahoma's history. It became the family's private park and retreat. Over 60 years later the story of the Fleet Cabin came full circle when W.F. Krause's grandson, Billy, and wife Danna purchased the property in 2002. Because of this acquisition, the walls actually have a voice as Billy can provide a treasure trove of details about the construction, history and evolution of the property that have been passed down through the family. Now that the stage is set, you can follow along as we explore the property. As you pass through the main gates and up the drive beyond the pond with its tranquil fountain, you'll soon feel as if you've entered a different time and place. The primary grounds have been meticulously maintained and manicured and feature numerous terraced levels with immaculate landscaping. As you walk through the terraced levels you'll notice the extraordinary cedars that were planted in the 30's and have grown to maturity over the decades. The elm trees, oak trees, crepe myrtles, hollies, baldcypress, and catalpas are just a few of the trees and plants you will find on this exquisite property.Generally speaking, the cabin is built in a wilderness lodge style that incorporates three main elements: naturally formed concretion rock featuring interbedded sands and gravels, petrified wood and large pine logs imported from Minnesota. Stone paths lead you either past the swimming pool or the outdoor fireplace and pavilion through the first of the terraces to main entry on the south end of the lower floor. This entry leads into a transitional sunroom with white painted concretion rock. From this point, you open a hand-made Dutch style door into the lower living room. Just stop right there and take it in as your eyes adjust to the romantic indirect lighting inset into the rock walls. Wow! A large fireplace graces one corner while antique light fixtures hang from the large logs in the ceiling. The original stain of the logs has aged into a beautiful bourbon colored patina that cannot purposely be reproduced, as only the passage of time yields that tint. A small hallway to the right leads you to a functional kitchen and a small bedroom. A 3/4 bathroom is located between the two. Another corner of the lower floor is occupied by the second guest bedroom. Opposite the fireplace stands a hand forged steel spiral staircase held together by a one-piece continuous steel top rail that extends from the bottom to the top floor. As you work your way up the staircase, you can start to see the large logs in the walls and ceiling of the top floor. You start to realize that you are about to see something special. Stop again, take a moment and take it all in. You now stand in a great hall where the giants of early Oklahoma history like Robert S. Kerr came to set the course for a young state, do deals and settle political arguments with a hand of poker. An enormous fireplace constructed of petrified wood dominates the room. Beautiful logs form the walls and ceiling, one of which has the year 1937 inscribed in the end of it. Stained glass windows adorn the peaks of the room on the east and west end and direct a beautiful light into the room. Indirect lighting embedded into the tops of the upper joist logs cast a warm light up to the ceiling that then scatters back to the floor where it reveals old world wood floors held in place by hand carved wood pegs. A hand made Dutch style door with a speakeasy window opens from the room to the north side of the house where a stone path leads you back down through the terraces to the lower level. Coat closest lie on each side of the entry. Closer inspection reveals that the doors and windows are trimmed with live bark pieces that have amazingly stood the test of time for 83 years. In addition, the interior doors are hand made with pioneer style hardware. Just behind the great room is a large master bedroom suite that includes a fireplace and large seating area with beautiful view of the rolling cross-timber hills to the south. Two doors lead from this room to twin rock stairs that curve gently back down to a landing near the main entry on the first floor. Lastly, there is a small bedroom and another bathroom complete with imported Spanish tile on the southeast corner of the upper floor. If you run out of room in the cabin, a small guest suite complete with bedroom, sitting room, kitchenette and bathroom is located in the combination guest home and shop located just beyond the pool. The primary property consists of approximately three acres, with a densely forested additional parcel on the West side that is approximately 2.66 acres. The final parcel on the South side of East Central Blvd is 4.86 acres with approximately 580' of frontage along Cradduck Road. As a final note, the sellers will remove their family mementos and most treasured keepsakes but will negotiate on much of the furniture if desired by the next owner. If you've always dreamed of owning your own exceptional piece of history, this is the property for you. Let the Land Doctors show you the place that will provide your friends and family a lifetime of memories and experiences they will cherish forever. Call Alex Leach today at 580.272.3953 or drop him an email at
$599,000  •  1 acres
This custom home is situated overlooking the 5th hole of Quail Ridge Golf Couse. The South facing views are spectacular and unobstructed with beautiful landscaping adjacent to the course. The 3,000 plus square foot home offers incredible livability with an open floor plan designed to captivate the view, opening to a large partially covered deck for outdoor enjoyment. The kitchen and breakfast area is equipped with custom cabinetry, stainless appliances, and custom counter tops; all of which look over the deck and golf course through custom patio doors and large south facing windows. The home features three master suite bedrooms with private oversized baths. The vaulted ceilings and two high efficient fireplaces in the living room and large den create a wonderful ambiance with large ceiling fans to distribute heat and air movement. The home has central heat and air. The flooring consists of hand scraped Siberian hardwood with custom tile and carpeting and is easily maintained with built in vacuum. An oversized three car garage with built in cabinetry, exterior of stucco and cement tile roof, garden shed, vinyl fencing and more make this home very low maintenance. Thought is given to the ramps for ADA consideration and the home also has a complete security system. There is so much more detail to describe, but these are some of the highlights. This home is priced appropriately at $599,000 and is shown by appointment only. We look forward to sharing this gorgeous home to you.
$995,000  •  0.43 acres
Rare income-producing property now available in Bayfield. Excellent highway frontage and access from the busy US Highway 160 corridor extending between Durango and Pagosa Springs. The 5,900 square foot improvements provide flexible space options consisting of a full-service restaurant/bar (2,500 SF), upper-level two-bedroom apartment (850 SF), (3) main level residential/commercial units (850, 650 & 650 SF) and additional space currently utilized for storage (400 SF). Units are separately metered for natural gas/electric/sewer and contain ADA compliant restrooms. Attractive building exterior consisting of stucco and corrugated metal panels with an open dining patio along the front elevation. The 0.43-acre site is fully concrete paved.The popular Chavolo's Mexican Restaurant is a consistent, long-standing tenant that has occupied the property for 15-years (additional locations in Pagosa Springs, Cortez, Bayfield, Mancos and Del Norte). As evidenced by recent trends, future growth for Durango will continue in an eastward expanse along US Highway 160. Given the population increases for Durango and Bayfield of 13% and 15%, respectively since 2010, this property is well-positioned to capitalize on a continually expanding market and rental rate upside potential. Financial information available upon request. Contact Greg Liddle or Brent Hedrick with any questions or to schedule a qualified showing. Co brokers welcome.Note: Financial verification and Non Disclosure Agreement required to view financials and to schedule any showings. 48 hours notice required for showings.
$399,000  •  0.41 acres
$449,000 • Under Contract
Residential/Commercial. Beautifuly remodeled 2 bdrm, 1 and 1/2 bath home. Currently used as a vacation rental, perfect for weekend wine tasting or use as an airbnb. Full RV hook-up on site. Highway Frontage Tasting Room with Commercial Kitchen in the heart of the Shenandoah and Fairplay Wine Country. All re-wired and ADA compliant. Picnic area and loads of space for possible event venue and parking area. If you lived here, you and visitors could be: Wine Tasting, Antique Shopping, Gambling, Skiing, Boating, Fishing and Hiking. Major shopping in Sacramento or night on the town in Lake Tahoe only a short drive.