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$3,850,000  •  986.98 acres
Brushy Creek Ranch is a one-of-a-kind cattle/recreation ranch located in the scenic Jack Fork Mountains of Southeast Okla. Every detail has been attended to in this immaculate property. This ranch offers top notch grazing in its fertile valleys capable of running between 160-200 head of cattle yearly. This combination ranch has some of the highest Whitetail Deer populations in this portion of the state due to its ideal habitat provided by the abundance of native forage located in the Brushy Creek bottoms and the abundance of acorns produced by hardwoods atop of the Jack Fork Mountains. This ranch has a fabulous 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home, guest cabin, barns and cattle facilities second to none. *McAlester, Ok.- 20 miles *Tulsa, Ok.- 130 miles *Okc, Ok.- 143 miles *Dallas, Tx.- 153 miles Terrain: Scenic mountain land which transitions into fertile valleys complimented with Brushy Creek bottom land. The valleys consist of improved bermuda pastures with some native species interspersed throughout that flourish in times where improved species struggle. Elevation ranges from a high of 850ft to a low at Brushy Creek of about 650ft. The elevation change is very gradual and is just enough to provide scenic views with no difficulty in accessing any part of the ranch. The terrain in this area is conducive to a thriving rural ranching area that is favorable to running cow/calf operations. Water: 13 ponds, 1 live creek that provides year-around fishing for Bass, Catfish and Bluegill and several smaller seasonal creeks running through the ranch. Cattle Facilities: Ranch has shop, equipment barn and various other structures in support of the cattle operations. Working pins are a permanent pipe structure with hydraulic head gate and was designed to work large amounts of cattle at one time and has its own building to house various cattle equipment needed when working cattle. All facilities have been graveled to provide excellent year around access to each facility in order improve efficiency. Ranch has been fenced and cross fenced into 10 pastures so that one can rotationally graze the ranch and maximize its forage base. Game: Trophy Whitetail Deer and Eastern Wild Turkey and a healthy and growing population of Black Bear. Ranch has been careful managed through tools such as a yearly burn program that has enabled the owner to maximize the livestock carrying capacity of the ranch and also improve the non-cattle habitat by increasing the native browse for the wildlife population. This attention to detail has helped the owner achieve a harmony between the goals of running a profitable cattle ranch and having world class hunting as well. Hunt able populations of Coyote, Bobcat, Fox, Wild Hog, Rabbit, Squirrel and Quail also exist in good numbers. Brokers Notes: This would make an excellent combination ranch for the person interested in running a serous livestock operation with the added bonus of a ranch with first class hunting which has produced many Cy Curtis and capable of producing Boone and Crockett quality deer. This is a turn key ranch that is ready to operate without any additional work needed. For an additional price, numerous equipment that is used in the operation of the ranch could be included. (See equipment list below). This ranch has many extras such as RV hookups for guests or lease hunters, deer feeders, atvs and much more./
$1,975,000  •  546.32 acres
546 acre cattle ranch with nice home located in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma.Ranch is approx. 6 miles East of McAlester, which is the County seat and offers a wide variety of retail stores, restaurants, medical facilities, regional stockyards, and an airport.
$1,456,000  •  520 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Highway 63 Cattle Ranch 520 - HL Acreage: 520 Location: Location: 1.15 hrs. S of Tulsa, & 1.3 hrs E o Closest Town: Blanco, OK Access: Highway access and Blacktop Taxes: $503 Topography: Gently rolling pastures Improvements: Working Corrals, Feed Bin, Storage Forage: Lespedeza, Bermuda, and Native Grasses Capacity: 100+ Depending on Management Water: Ponds in Every Pa Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, and wild hogs & other Utilities: Water and Electricity at the Road Comments This is a rare find that has had constant stewardship of the grass and soil. The ranch is 70% open pasture giving cattle plenty of grass along with cover and windbreaks. Depending on how it is managed this ranch can easily run over 100 Cow/Calf pairs The ranch has great access with highway frontage on one side and good blacktop road on the other. Having access on both sides of ranch opens many opportunities for this ranch for not only a cow/calf operation, but also would make an excellent stocker operation. This ranch is rolling making this one of the best trophy deer and turkey habitats in the area. The ranch has a good set of working corrals with storage units for both equipment and feed. Call Henry Lehr at 918-470-8810 to set up a personal showing.
$825,000  •  365 acres
NAME OF PROPERTY: Tannehill Ranch 365-jc ACREAGE: 365 Acres LOCATION: 95 mi. S. of Tulsa, 175 mi. N. of Dallas CLOSEST TOWN: McAlester, Oklahoma ACCESS: County Road. TAXES: $546.02 TOPOGRAPHY: Mostly Level, Some Sloping. IMPROVEMENTS: 2 Shops, Arena, Receiving Pens, 2 Hay Sheds. FORAGE: Bermuda, Fescue, Bluestem, Native Mix. CAPACITY: 120 Pairs, 250 Stockers. WATER: 8 Ponds, 2 Seasonal Creeks. WILDLIFE: Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Native Species. UTILITIES: Rural Water, Electricity, Septic. DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL Excellent County Road Frontage. Comments: This diversified Southeastern Oklahoma ranching operation has much to offer. The well maintained mix of Improved and Native Grasses obviously identifies it as a first rate cow-calf ranch but there are more options. The property also has a complete processing and recieving facility with electronic scales and loading chutes built with the stocker operator in mind. There is a lighted arena on site that has been a destination for the local ropers for years as well as a source of income. Other improvements include a large newer shop building, a small shop building, a pole barn, a large hay shed and a storage unit. There are two full sets of utilities just off of the County Road for the buyer looking to build a home. The 8 ponds provide plenty of stock water and would allow for cross-fencing the pastures any number of ways. The possibilities are many and varied but they all begin with grass and this place has it in spades. If your priority is to have a place that produces, this one can't be overlooked!
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$1,295,000  •  253 acres
Description: 253 acres situated in Western Pittsburg County, approximately 12 miles west of McAlester, Ok. Home: Stunning 3 bedroom, 2 bath home sitting on a truly magnificant 253 acres. Home was custom built in 2019 with attention paid to every detail. This custom built home has 2,800 square feet of living space with custom kitchen, a magnificent master suite and superb decorating throughout. Improvements: Ranch has 3 shops, one is 40 X 50, one is 35 X 50 with a 25' awning, and one is 30 X 40 with a 12' shed.  There is also one equipment shed for storing tractors and various equipment.  Ranch has new fencing with metal H-braces and corners. There are pipe entrances at all entry points. Water: Ranch has 7 ponds, 2 of which are 1.5 plus acres in size. All ponds are stocked with bass,catfish, & bluegill.  There are also two intermittent creeks on the property. Game: Whitetail deer and Eastern Wild turkey are abundant in this area. The ranch has a good combination of native grasses and areas of timber that provide excellent deer habitat. Broker's notes: This ranch is a truly spectacular piece of property. The home & barns were all built to the highest standards. The ranch is set up to run livestock and it has the improvements to support any type of livestock operation. The land is about 80 percent open and it has approximately 80 acres of hay meadow. The land has been weed sprayed and fertilized. This ranch offers the rare combination of running livestock while still offering some fantastic hunting opportunities.  The ranch would run aprox. 75 head of cattle and cut enough hay to support the cattle operation.  This is truly a turn key operation with all improvements built within the past 6 months. One must see this property to appreciate it.
$400,000  •  160 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Rafter C 160 - ka Acreage: 160 Location: Southeast of Pittsburg Closest Town: Pittsburg Access: County Road Taxes: $100 Topography: elevation changes Comments Unplug and unwind at this private and secluded property. 160 acres with 2 ponds and a live water creek running through the property. Currently running approximately 30 cow-calf pairs. The property has elevation changes making this a great recreational and hunting property. Loaded with whitetail deer that hasn't been hunted for years. Several panoramic places to build your dream home. Has a variety of grasses that include, Bermuda, Bahia, Dallis, Rye, Fescue and Vetch. Just 30 miles to the thriving town of McAlester. Call Kelly Albrecht to schedule a showing. 580-380-2066
$159,000  •  159 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Iron Post Mountain 159-jc Status: New Price Per Acre: $1,000.00 Acreage: 159 Acres Location: 115 mi. SE of Tulsa, 190 mi. NE of Dallas. Closest Town: Quinton, Oklahoma Access: Gas Well Road, No Public Access. Taxes: $119.09 Topography: Sloping to Level. Improvements: Fencing, Cattle Guard. Forage: Native Grass Mix Water: Creeks, Pond. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Native Species. Utilities: None. Comments This beautiful hunting property is located just 3/4 mile North of the Robber's Cave Wildlife Management Area along the northern slope of Iron Post Mountain. The parcel is mostly wooded with a good mix of Pine and Hardwood providing cover as well as plenty of winter forage. The Pine at this point is probably 10 to 20% harvestable but the population is certainly adequate for a long term investment. There are several small watershed creeks and a 1/4 acre pond that provide plenty of water for the wildlife. There are some old gas well and timber roads across the property providing good access for the 4-wheelers and an open spot or two for a cabin or food plot. If you are in search of a recreational property this one offers seclusion, plentiful game, and breathtaking scenery. Give Joel a call and set up your showing!
$750,000  •  116 acres
Property Description Name of Property: Peaceable Creek Ranch 116-SKB Status: New Price: $750,000.00 Acreage: 116 Acres Location: 2 hrs SE of OKC, 3 hrs N of Dallas, TX Closest Town: McAlester Access: Paved county road Taxes: $1,819.44/year Topography: Flat bottom land to rolling pasture Improvements: Home, steel corrals, fencing Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 3 Forage: Bermuda Grass and native grasses Capacity: 30 to 40 pairs Water: Live water in two creeks Wildlife: Whitetail, squirrels, turkey, dove, and other Utilities: Electricity, septic system, rural water Comments: This ranch is sited just 10 minutes south of McAlester, OK on a paved county road. The beautiful 3500 sq. ft. home sits on a hill overlooking bottom land pastures and Oklahoma foothills. Built in 2015 and featuring five bedrooms and three baths, the home has an open concept floor plan great for entertaining or staying connected with family members. The split bedroom plan provides privacy. The huge master suite sports an amazing walk through closet, an enormous tiled shower with eight shower heads, a jetted tub and vanity with double sinks. All of the bedrooms are large, and there is an over-sized laundry/mud room with a deep utility sink and pot-filler faucet. The home has spray foam insulation with the seller stating that the average electric bill for this total electric home is around $90.00 per month.(See the additional Amenities List for complete details on all the features) The second home is approximately 672 sq. ft. and is currently rented. Over 75% of the soil is rated by NRCS at over 6400 pounds of forage per acre/per year on a normal year of production. Peaceable Creek forms part of the south boundary of the property and runs all year. A second creek that is spring fed runs through the property and also runs all year. About 60-65% of the land is in open pasture with the balance treed. Abundant wildlife can be found along Peaceable Creek and in the bottom land pastures. Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 to view.
$112,500  •  100 acres
Property Description NAME OF PROPERTY: Featherston 100-jc ACREAGE: 100 Acres LOCATION: 100 miles S. of Tulsa, 190 miles N. of Dallas CLOSEST TOWN: Quinton, Oklahoma ACCESS: State Highway 31 TAXES: $39.39 TOPOGRAPHY: Sloping, Elevation ranges from 600' to 950'. FORAGE: Hardwood and Pine Forest, Native Grass Mix. WATER: Seasonal Creeks. WILDLIFE: Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Native Species. UTILITIES: Electricity available at highway. Comments: This beautiful, pristine recreational property lies on the northern slope of the Sans Bois Valley 4 miles east of Featherston just off of Highway 31. The South end of the property is a narrow strip of bottomland that sits at 600' of elevation and just corners up to the highway. The elevation rises to the North and finally tops out at 950' resulting in breathtaking views of the valley below. The terrain is mostly a steady slope interspersed with small wet weather creeks and some interesting rock formations. The timber profile is mostly Hardwood providing for excellent deer habitat but there is also a scattering of Pine and Cedar. The majority of the property is surprisingly navigable and open enough for easy clearing of trails, trails and more trails. Bring the hunting equipment, the camping gear, the ATVs and the horses and enjoy your very own private retreat!
$100,000  •  100 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Iron Post Mountain 100-jc Status: New Price Per Acre: $1,000.00 Acreage: 100 Acres Location: 115 mi. SE of Tulsa, 190 mi. NE of Dallas. Closest Town: Quinton, Oklahoma Access: Gas Well Road, No Public Access. Taxes: $119.09 Topography: Mountainous to Bottom Land. Forage: Native Grass Mix Water: Numerous Watershed Creeks. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Native Species. Utilities: None. Comments This scenic recreational property borders the Robber's Cave Wildlife Management Area to the South and sits atop Iron Post Mountain for some breathtaking views. The parcel is mostly wooded with a good mix of Pine and Hardwood, some ready to harvest. The investment potential is just an added bonus, the main attraction is the wildlife, the scenery and the seclusion. You can spend hours and hours on this one and never see the same thing twice. If you are in the market for an affordable hunting property that just happens to be one of the prettiest you've seen and next to a State Park, give Joel a call and have a look at this one!
$72,000  •  40 acres
Property Description Name of Property: Rock Creek 40-jc Acreage: 40 Acres Location: 120 mi. S. of Tulsa, 160 mi. N. of Dallas. Closest Town: Blanco, Oklahoma Access: Gravel County Road Taxes: $39.39 Topography: Sloping, Wooded, Rugged. Forage: Hardwood Forest, Native Grasses. Water: Creek. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Waterfowl, Native Species. Comments: Located only minutes off of either Highway 69/75 or the Indian Nation Turnpike, this property is the ideal recreational getaway. Rock Creek meanders from the North end to the South and features a honey hole or two for fishing as well as a rope swing for cooling off on those warm summer afternoons.There is a picnic/campground near the creek that is easily accessible even with a camper or trailer in tow. The land on either side of the creek ranges from moderately to extremely sloping and supports a healthy growth of hardwood trees that provide habitat for Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Rabbit and the rest of the Native Species. Imagine having your own private retreat where you can hunt, fish, hike, climb, camp, ride the ATVs or the horses, or just be away from the crowd. This beautiful place offers all of these things and more on an affordable 40 acre parcel. Give Joel a call and have a look, your dream place could become reality!
$54,000  •  30 acres
Property Description Name of Property: Pocahontas Mountain 30-jc Acreage: 30 Acres Location: 1 1/2 hrs S. of Tulsa, 2 1/2 hrs N. Of Dallas Closest Town: Haileyville Access: County Road Taxes: $11.35 Topography: Moderately Sloping, Wooded, Rugged. Forage: Native Grasses, Hardwood Forest. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Native Species. Comments: This beautiful little hunting property is only fifteen minutes from McAlester making it a quick and handy get-away. Elevation ranges from 670 feet on the South side to 800 feet on the North at the crest of Pocahontas Mountain which makes for breathtaking views from the top. Hardwood trees cover the mountainside, but not so thick that you can't easily walk or ride the whole property. If you are looking for a place to ride the ATVs or horses this one could be made to order with just a little work clearing the trails. There are several locations on the land that would be excellent home sights if you are buying with a view toward the future. The wildlife is abundant and the peace and quiet is good for the soul, this place is just waiting for someone to come and enjoy it.
$850,000  •  20 acres
The Lightning C Arena is a family owned and operated business and facility positioned on 20 acres MOL just East of McAlester, Oklahoma. The facility sits approximately .2 miles North of US-270 and is located 6 miles southeast of downtown McAlester, OK, 139 miles from Oklahoma City, OK, and 180 miles from Dallas, TX. Lightning C Arena is a unique business and investment opportunity for those with a passion for livestock and equine or those interested in event hosting. While the potential and opportunities are vast, the current income generated from the facility is derived from the following: proceeds from concessions, entry and gate fees, arena rental, equine treadmill appointments and training, stall rental, and RV hookups. The current owners of Lightning C Arena have hosted and/or offered a variety of attractions and events such as team roping, barrel racing, calf roping, steer wrestling, bull riding, bareback bronc riding, mutton bustin, a circus, and even monster trucks. In recent years, the current owners have expanded the Arenas reach and audience. This past May, Lightning C Arena hosted the Monster Truck Summer Heat Tour to great pomp and fanfare. The main building, which is approximately 66,000 square feet, is primarily used for equine and livestock productions. It is a pre-engineered steel frame structure with a concrete pier foundation and enameled steel roof and sidewalls. The southern end is partially opened to provide ventilation for the facility. This structure has a septic system and is serviced by rural water and includes a 600 square foot, fully functioning concession stand, a generously sized, enclosed, and climate controlled announcers stand, patron seating for hundreds of people, and public restrooms. It also offers a well designed tack room with swinging wall, five (5) bucking chutes, back pens for livestock holding, and a WW stripping chute near the warm up area. For its barrel-racing events, the facility utilizes a laser system for accurate timing and scoring. One of the other more unique features of the arena is the equine treadmill system by the Hydro Horse Company. These systems are designed to aid equine in rehabilitation training and/or strength and conditioning. South of the main arena, on the southern portion of the property are two partially covered structures. These buildings provide 76 covered stalls for the property and are approximately 12,000 square feet in size. There are 29 electric RV hookups servicing the arena for short-term rentals, with no septic service. The current owner has been approached in the past about expanding and increasing the capacity and capability of the RV portion of the arena to serve a wider audience of customers. A potential buyer would need to evaluate the feasibility of such a project but the propertys size would lend itself well to a potential expansion of this part of the business. The owners quarters are particularly spectacular and impressive. It is a two level home, with central heat and air, featuring an open floor plan on the main level. The main level of the home has a sizable, fully furnished kitchen with oversized island. The master bedroom is just off the living room and includes a uniquely designed and well-constructed bathroom. The second level has a general bathroom with shower, along with three large bedrooms. One of the bedrooms also includes a full bathroom. Lightning C Arenas general location and proximity to U.S. Route 69, U.S. Route 75, and Interstate 40 provide it with an ideal location for drawing a variety of patrons and customers from a vast area. The opportunity for a potential buyer to come into a well-established, well-known, and well-respected business is something that can be difficult to emulate and create organically, but with Lightning C Arena, that is what you get.
$70,000  •  2.3 acres
Under Contract
NAME OF PROPERTY: Arpelar Ranchette 2.3-jc ACREAGE: 2.3 Acres LOCATION: 10 Miles West of McAlester, Oklahoma CLOSEST TOWN: Arpelar, Oklahoma ACCESS: Paved County Road. TAXES: $220.49 TOPOGRAPHY: Rugged and Wooded. IMPROVEMENTS: Home, Sheds, Pens. HOME SQFT: 1,192 BEDROOMS: 2 BATHS: 1 FORAGE: Native Grass Mix WILDLIFE: Deer, Turkey, Native Species. UTILITIES: Rural Water and Elecricity. Comments: Welcome to country living on this wooded 2.3 acre ranchette with paved road access just off of Highway 270. The location is excellent with McAlester only 10 minutes away and the munitions plant even closer. The property consists of the brick home, numerous pens and sheds, a small horse pasture and the balance of the acreage in timber and wildlife habitat. If you are in the market for a little place in the country with peace and quiet and room for some livestock, this one deserves a look. The location is handy, the setting is beautiful, the payment is less than rent, and the property is whatever you make it. Give Joel a call!