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$574,900  •  160 acres
Under Contract
Property Details Name of Property: Long Creek Retreat 160-SKB Status: New Acreage: 160 acres Location: 2.5hrs to Tulsa,OK; 1hr 5min to Fort Smith,AR Closest Town: LeFlore Access: Paved County Road Taxes: $970.07/annually Topography: Flat pasture, rolling forest Improvements: BArndominium, lake, ponds, fencing Home Sqft: 1,200 Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 Forage: Improved Bermuda, and native grasses Capacity: 25-35 pair Water: Well water; Rural water at the road frontage Wildlife: Deer, turkeys, ducks and geese, Dove, Bear Utilities: Propane Tank Owned Development Potential: Could be developed for many recreational uses Comments This exceptional property with unparalleled water features offers so much! For those of you looking for a beautiful place to live or as a second home, this is a place to go and reconnect with loved ones and nature. Rejuvenate as you meander along the creek, maybe stop to watch the wildlife, sit and read, or have a long-awaited conversation with someone special. Long Creek is an all-weather creek that spans about one-half mile through the property and is beautiful to behold. The lake is large enough to ride wave runners, kayak, canoe and swim. Stocked with Catfish, Bass, Crappie, Perch and Blue Grinnel, the lake is ready to fish. With about 80-90 acres of open pasture, and the balance of the land is in forest. You also have opportunities for 4-wheeling, mudding, horseback riding, hiking, hunting, raising your own livestock, growing a garden, flower beds, or hay. There are already 4 peach, 4 pear, and 2 apple trees. Hardwoods and Persimmon trees provide attractive forage for deer. Turkey, Dove, and Squirrel are also found on the property, as are Ducks and Geese. In addition to the lake and creek there are three ponds that provide water to livestock. The property is fenced with some cross fencing. The water supply to the house is well water, but there is a rural water line along the paved county road that runs along the east side of the property near the house/shop. The living quarters in the shop is 20X60 consisting of a Living room, Bedroom, Kitchen and a large bathroom. The enclosed shop area is 40X60, with an additional bathroom, and 10’X10’X12’ roll up doors. Wrap around porches are all 20 feet deep. Enjoy chilling on the 20X60 covered front porch that faces east. The entire building is constructed with heavy duty metal I-beams. Also featured is NextGen wireless that allows streaming for TV. Gorgeous mountain views will provide amazing sunrises and sunsets! There is an abandoned railroad bed that runs through the property. It makes a nice road, and the gravel can be used to enhance additional roads through the property. The back part of the property is forested with some elevation changes making great habitat for wildlife and a great place to experience nature in a private setting with gorgeous views.
$599,000  •  147 acres
Under Contract
Property Details Name of Property: Leflore Ranchland 147-rb Status: Active Acreage: 147 Closest Town: LeFlore Access: Paved County Road Topography: Meadows to higher elevation Improvements: Home, Dog Kennel, Storm Cellar, Large Porch Home Sqft: 2,488 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 Forage: Bermuda, fescue, native, clover, hardwoods Capacity: 50 Water: Rural and Well Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, bobcat, bear Utilities: Electric and rural water Comments This is the perfect combination ranch in one of most beautiful and scenic areas of Oklahoma. Gentlemen rancher's ideal surroundings, cattle, horses, chickens, cattle dog, Shed hunting dogs, gardens and storm shelter. Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath house, paved county road access, corrals and working area for cattle. Electricity and rural water with an additional water well. Youth jungle gym area and dog kennel. Beautiful lush pastures and exceptional wildlife hunting bordering the Wister Wild Life Management Area. Wister WMA covers 35,500 acres of central Leflore and eastern Latimer Counties in southeastern Oklahoma. Located around the 7,000 acre Wister Reservoir, along and either side of Hwy. 59 and 271 south, south of the towns of Wister and Heavener. The area is a mixture of river bottoms, upland and foothills. Bottomland consists mainly of Oaks and other hardwood species. Upland sites are a mixture of small fields of native grass, greenbrier and sumac. Foothills consist of post oak, hickory and pine. The Poteau and Fourche Maline Rivers run through the east and west portions of the area and offers a good example of bottom land hardwoods floodplain. The average annual precipitation for the area is about 50 inches.