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$4,970,000  •  2,800 acres
Southeast Oklahoma’s Premier Conservation Property For Sale Catcher Ranch is a unique blend of regenerative ranching coupled with a full suite of recreation opportunities located near McAlester, Oklahoma, directly offsetting the famed McAlester Army Ammunition Plant in the heart of Pittsburg County (Trophy Whitetail Hunters know the McAAP). This Southeast Oklahoma property is a quick 2.5-hour drive from Dallas, 2 hours from Oklahoma City, and 1.45 from Tulsa. Holistic Grazing with Wildlife Management Program INVEST IN OKLAHOMA BUY LAND. This Oklahoma investment property boasts the opportunity to own 2,800 acres with immense natural beauty and diversity. The dramatic topography of Catcher Ranch hosts panoramic views with miles of visibility across the tallgrass prairies and mixed hardwood bottoms. Ideal for holistic cattle or bison production, the nutrient-rich native prairie grasses comprise 1,400± acres with boundary and cross-fencing that enable adaptive multi-paddock grazing. Adjacent to McAAP, Catcher Ranch continues to produce trophy-quality Whitetail deer and has been managed under an archery-only program to enhance the native free-range genetics that call this ranch home. Abundant Water on this Southeast Oklahoma Ranch Two live water creeks and more than 50 stock tanks create abundant and reliable water sources supporting both cattle and diverse wildlife populations. Catcher Ranch has three water wells, 4 ± miles of Coal Creek, 2 ± miles of Coon Creek, and several ponds over 2-acres stocked with largemouth bass. Accessible Pittsburg County Ranch Includes Barns & Grazing Pastures Hunters and ranchers alike will enjoy the improvements of this Pittsburg County property. A 40’ x 60’ concrete floor barn makes for a blank slate of opportunities from barndominium to calving structure. An additional 30’ x 70’ dirt floor barn, 12 fenced pastures for rotational grazing, four strategically located sorting pens, a 12-volt cattle scale, and a 40-ton grain silo rounds provide ample amenities for ranching. The ranch is accessible from multiple points along the 5.5 miles of N3910 Road frontage and has an extensive network of established roads and trails. World-Class Hunting on Ranch Near McAAP McAlester Oklahoma Since 1989 McAAP has implemented Oklahoma limited lottery drawn hunts on the 45,000 acres with traditional archery equipment. The 0.5-mile proximity to McAAP has had a tremendous effect on the quality of the local deer herd at Catcher Ranch. Along with Whitetail deer, hunters can take advantage of seasonal hunting of turkey, dove, duck, quail, hog, and varmints throughout the year. Waterfowl hunting and fishing opportunities are readily available. High-Value Stewardship Endowment & Building Envelopes The majority of Catcher Ranch is under a conservation easement to protect the natural resource values of the ranch; however, two thoughtful building envelopes have been established along with a unique source of long-term funding provided for by a stewardship endowment. This endowment, or trust, conveys with the sale of the Ranch and provides annual funding in perpetuity to enhance the conservation values of the ranch through invasive weed control, prescribed fire, feral hog management, and even infrastructure improvements to roads as well as fences. Conservationist Land Investment Opportunity in Oklahoma Catcher Ranch is a rare opportunity for conservationist land investors. This 2,800-acre property in Southeast Oklahoma offers regenerative ranching, diverse wildlife populations, and stunning natural landscapes. With a conservation easement and stewardship endowment, your investment contributes to ongoing environmental preservation. By investing in Catcher Ranch, you'll not only enjoy the benefits of this unique property but also leave a lasting positive impact on the environment for future generations to appreciate. NOTE: New property video coming soon! Request Information About Pittsburg County OK Ranch for Sale For more information or to schedule a private tour of this exceptional Southeastern Oklahoma Ranch for sale near McAlester, email Ben Jackson, Land Specialist, and Ranch Broker at ben@ or call or text at 903-941-3390.
$1,572,750  •  450 acres
Name of Property: Rouse Road Ranch 450 acres Acreage: 450 acres Location: 1.75 hrs. S. of Tulsa, OK; 3 hrs N of Dallas Closest Town: McAlester, OK Access: 3 county roads Taxes: $$592.00/year/2022 Topography: Flat to hilly Improvements: Barn, fencing, ponds, older home Home Sqft: 1,680 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 Forage: Bermuda, fescue and native grasses Capacity: 50 pair Water: 8 ponds Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, squirrels, Dove, etc. Utilities: Electricity, rural water at the road Development Potential: Could be subdivided, close to town Comments 450 acres of beautiful diverse land just seven miles from McAlester, Oklahoma. The property consists of about 112 acres of open pasture of Bermuda Grass, Clovers, Fescue and Native Grasses. Eight ponds provide ample water for livestock, and the deer, turkey and other indigenous wildlife. With an average annual rainfall between 42 and 48 inches, the recharge on the stock ponds is generally very consistent. The stocking rate ranges from 50 to 75 pair. An older three-bedroom two bath home (about 1680 square feet) is currently used for storage and has little value. There is a 30’X60’ barn, and several sheds. The ranch is fenced with some cross-fencing. The terrain varies from very gently rolling pasture to rolling and hilly forests. The property has one mile of county road access across the north side, access from Krebs Lake Road on the east and southeast. The property could be subdivided into ranchettes as there is also a rural water line along the one-mile north boundary. There is electricity and rural water on the ranch. Mature hardwood trees supply habitat and forage for the Whitetail Deer and other wildlife and wonderful areas to explore at your leisure. This is a beautiful ranch for horseback riding, 4-wheeling, long nature walks, and fishing. Fish Creek runs through part of the easterly portion of the ranch, and five seasonal streams provide additional water during parts of the year. Access to Eufaula Lake is via a boat ramp about 3.5 miles away. On the lake you have access to a large variety of water sports including fishing, skiing, tubing, sailing, and other water sports and activities. McAlester, Oklahoma is about seven miles from the ranch and offers the McAlester Expo Center which hosts activities and events throughout the year such as the Italian Festival, car shows, basketball tournaments, concerts, trade shows, the Pittsburg County Fair and Livestock Show, 4th of July Fireworks Show, and many other events. McAlester also has a hospital, cancer treatment center, many urgent care facilities and medical professionals. In addition to veterinarians, feed stores, lumber yards, shopping, antique stores and a variety of restaurants, a movie theater, skating rink and bowling alley with gaming center. Location from: Tulsa, OK—98 miles Dallas, TX—176 miles Oklahoma City, OK—137 miles Ft. Smith, AR—92 Miles Fayetteville, AR—152 Miles For additional details or to view this unique and beautiful property call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND.
$1,150,000  •  330 acres
Turkey Flat Ranch is in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, near the small town of Scipio, 20 miles northwest of McAlester, 86 miles south of Tulsa, 120 miles southeast of OKC and 150 miles north of McKinney, TX. Other waypoints important to this ranch include the 3-mile distance to the South Canadian River, 11-mile distance to McAlester Army Ammunition Plant and proximity of large neighboring ranches to the north, west and south that range in size from 2000 to 10,000 acres. All these features combined mean this ranch is ideally located for outstanding wildlife, and more particularly, outstanding whitetails! The South Canadian is a great travel corridor for rutting bucks, MCAAP is veritable, low-fence repository of monster buck genetics and the surrounding large ranches mean that hunting pressure is minimized in this area. That combination creates an ideal neighborhood for Turkey Flat Ranch to be a part of. In addition, this 330-acre tract has some features that are attractive to wildlife in the area, namely open meadows along the fringe of large unbroken tracts of forested ridges. These meadows would be ideal for creating large food plots to pull whitetails from the ridges into shooting range on the ranch. The presence of both a 30-acre meadow located near the north end of the ranch and a 60-acre meadow located on top of the hill toward the south end gives you ample space to plant as much as deer forage as the herd would likely ever want. There are plenty of deer tracks on the ranch as is, and we will be putting out feeders to help concentrate them for trail camera photos. Also, it is very common to see something that is now uncommon on this ranch, large flocks of wild turkeys. The wild turkey population is down across Oklahoma, but there are still ranches like this one that have the right combination of natural features to draw and hold large flocks. Lastly, there is a small herd of free range elk in the area and a few black bears that might make an unscheduled appearance on the ranch from time to time. Of course, water is necessary for wildlife. Turkey Flat has three ponds that range from ½ acre to 1 acre in size. In addition, four wet weather creeks provide intermittent water sources for wildlife and nice locations to build some larger water in the form of a four-acre and an eight-acre lake site on the southern portion of the property. The 80 feet of elevation change on the property ensures that there will be significant runoff after rainfall events. The slope and elevation change seen on the property coupled with an annual average of 40 inches plus of rainfall yields some interesting opportunities to develop a trophy fishery. Beyond hunting and fishing, there are some other fun recreational opportunities on or near the ranch. A pipeline runs for 1 mile down the eastern boundary of the property and offers a rare opportunity to shoot at truly long-range rifle targets. The elevation generally slopes upward to the south and could be modified to provide a suitable backstop for long range shooting. Alternatively, there is a half mile stretch that could be modified for a hilltop shooting range. Hiking on the property is fun and the open hardwood forest makes for a pleasant walk. Lastly, the neighboring 2000-acre property to the west has almost 30 miles of trails that can be accessed by paying a daily fee to the Tulsa Trail Riders club. This would be a very convenient place to go enjoy riding with family, simply take a left turn from your front gate and drive ½ mile to the trailhead entry. The ranch has a very basic cabin with electricity and water. This two-bed, one-bath, 788 square ft structure is a spot to land until you decide whether you want to build a larger, new cabin or lodge for friends and family to enjoy with you. In addition, there is a small three-bay, stand alone carport to keep some of your supplies and equipment out of the rain. If you are looking for a great wildlife property located in a neighborhood of other great wildlife properties, please call Sean Childress at 580 320 5791 .
$2,010,000  •  268 acres
Oklahoma Cattle and Hunting Land For Sale near Kiowa, OK. Runs 50-55 yearlings and has excellent hunting for Trophy whitetail deer, wild turkey, and wild hogs.
$995,000  •  250 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Salt Creek Ranch 250 acres m/l Status: New Acreage: 250 acres Location: 3 hrs. N of Dallas, TX, 2 hrs. S. of OKC, OK Closest Town: Kiowa, Oklahoma Access: 3.5 miles of Gravel county road Taxes: $424.92/year Topography: Gently rolling pastures and forests Improvements: Home, barns, ponds, fencing, roads & trails Home Sqft: 2,240 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 2 Forage: Bermuda. clovers, Japanese lespedeza, native Capacity: 30 Pair Water: 10 ponds, Salt Creek Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, squirrels, dove, etc. Utilities: Electricity, septic, propane Comments Salt Creek Ranch Description This 250-acre ranch consists of about 140 acres of gently rolling pastures with the balance being lightly to heavily forested. Nine pastures allow for grazing rotation. The 10 ponds provide ample water for livestock and wildlife. At least one of the ponds is spring fed. Many of the ponds are stocked with fish. There is also one spring on the west side of the ranch. Two barns and working pens are in place, as well as a mobile home for guests, ranch hand or rental. Forage consists of a good mix of cool and warm season grasses including Bermuda Grass, Native Grasses, Clovers, Japanese Lespedeza, and some Fescue. The property is aesthetically beautiful and diverse. The ranch is home to Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Squirrels and other indigenous wildlife. The one-story ranch home was originally constructed in 1906 and the owner spared no expense completing a beautiful and dramatic remodel. The 2240 square feet features four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The very large kitchen/living/dining room has cathedral and beamed ceilings and a large wood burning fireplace with blowers. The flooring is tile, most of the counter tops are tile with some being laminate. Gorgeous woodwork gives the home warmth and an inviting ambience. Central Heat and Air conditioning, built-in storage, and solid wood doors and trim add to the already impressive features. The primary bedrooms sports a massive walk in closet. Many large trees provide shade on the west and south side of the house. A large patio off the south side affords a nice outdoor living area for relaxing and grilling under the trees. The exterior of the home is low maintenance stone with aluminum trim. This home will receive rave reviews from your guests. There is a good road and trail system through most of the ranch allowing ease of access in autos or SUVs. You will enjoy having guests out to visit and explore the property. Location from: Kiowa, OK—13 miles Coalgate, OK—22 miles McAlester, OK –25 miles Ada, OK—52 miles Dallas, TX—3 hours Oklahoma City, OK—2 hours Amarillo, TX—6 hours Denton, TX—2 hours 45 minutes Ft. Smith, AR—2 hours Topeka, KS—6 hours For additional information or to view this exceptional property call Sandy Brock Bahe at (918) 426-4710 or toll free at 844-WCR-LAND
$700,000  •  20 acres
The Corner is a 20-acre parcel located on the southeast corner of the Indian Turnpike and Highway 270 just west of McAlester, OK. This property has 1/2 mile of Highway 270 frontage plus 500 feet of Indian Turnpike and 240 feet of New Baker Road frontages. In addition, the property is located just west of the Southeast Expo Center. Lastly, the eastern boundary of this property touches the city limits of McAlester giving you all the benefits of being close to town. If you are looking for a property with tons of road frontage located next to one of the biggest draws in Pittsburg County, please call Colton Coale at 405 615 7645.
$215,000  •  16.58 acres
Here is a property that does not come around very often. This tract of land has all kinds of possibilities. Property borders Corps of Engineer land on the west and north sides giving the owner direct access to the lake where you can enjoy the sandy beach or go fishing. If you are looking for hunting the property has deer, hogs, and turkey. A great place to camp or get away. Build your lake cabin or permanent home. Electric service is at the road. Great access by country road and just minutes from Hwy 69 and all the other opportunities Lake Eufaula offers. When purchasing a property listed by Great Plains Land Company, a Buyer’s Broker, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property in order to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation, if any, will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.
$200,000  •  3.24 acres
The Kiowa Greenhouse would be the perfect opportunity to grow and expand an existing business or an opportunity for new business development in need of greenhouse infrastructure. All equipment needed is already in place to operate including a watering system that allows you to treat and nutrients to the plant. There is a soil and compost mixer on site allowing you to fill all the large and small pots you may have. There are 3 - 30'x90', 6 - 33'x100', and 1- 40'x100' greenhouses that are ready to go with plastic covering already in place. There are 4 more additional frames of various sizes that just need to be covered and will be ready for use. The entire greenhouse yard is secured via chainlink fencing. There is also a 1,764 sqft office building on location as well as several good-size storage areas. Numerous trucks, additional equipment, and 100 pallets of soil are available and negotiable. Give Butch Hensley a call at 405-650-5579 to discuss all the intricacies of this business opportunity.
$247,900  •  2.25 acres
Under Contract
Property Details Name of Property: Escape to Serenity 2.25 acres m/l Status: New Acreage: 2.25 Location: 75 miles S. of Tulsa, 170 miles N. of Dallas Closest Town: McAlester Access: Paved county road Taxes: $882.87 Topography: Rolling Improvements: Home, shed, shop/garage, carport Home Sqft: 2,012 Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 2 Wildlife: Deer, squirrels and other indigenous wildlife Utilities: Rural water, electricity, septic & lagoon Development Potential: Yes Comments Escape to Serenity in this Charming 4-Bedroom, 2-Bathroom Oasis Address: 3451 Hardy Springs Road, McAlester, OK Nestled in the heart of south McAlester, this well cared for stone home features 4-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms on 2.25 sprawling acres. It offers the perfect blend of comfort, tranquility, and a front-row seat to nature's wonders. With its serene setting, spacious interior, and various amenities, this property is sure to captivate your heart. Key Features: This generously sized 2,012’ home offers 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, providing ample space for your family and guests. The living room is adorned with a large stone gas fireplace, creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere, ideal for family gatherings and chilly evenings. The large glass windows provide a indoor/outdoor feeling as it looks upon the back deck and forested yard. The updated kitchen features sleek quartz countertops and plenty of space for you to create your culinary creations. The primary bedroom is a haven of relaxation, featuring a bay window that looks out onto the back deck and yard, flooding the room with natural light, creating the perfect space to start your day. Step outside to a large deck, ideal for outdoor entertainment and al fresco dining on your expansive 2.25-acre property. Enjoy the beauty of your surroundings while savoring your meals or hosting guests. From the large deck, you'll have the unique opportunity to witness deer and other wildlife right from your own backyard. Nature enthusiasts will delight in the frequent visits from local fauna. The property includes a shed for your storage needs, helping you keep your outdoor equipment and tools organized. A 2-car detached shop/garage offers a dedicated space for hobbies, woodworking, or additional storage. This wonderful property is conveniently located in McAlester, offering easy access to local schools, shopping, dining, and parks. Enjoy the tranquility of a rural location atmosphere while being just a short drive away from city amenities. If you're seeking a place to call home with a tranquil setting, spacious living, modern comforts, and the chance to observe local wildlife right from your deck, don't miss out on this exceptional McAlester property. Schedule a viewing today to experience the serenity and charm for yourself. For inquiries or to schedule a showing call today.
$350,000  •  1.19 acres
Property Details Name of Property: 1.19 Acres C-5 Commercial Land Status: New Acreage: 1.19 acres Location: Highway 69 in McAlester, OK Closest Town: McAlester, OK Access: Hwy 69 service road, & city street in back Topography: Almost flat Improvements: City utilities and concrete curb cut access Utilities: All city utilities Development Potential: Prime business location Comments This 1.19 acres of C-5 Commercial land is sited on the access road of Highway 69/George Nigh Expressway in McAlester, Oklahoma. It is located near three automobile dealerships and Wal-Mart, Lowes, Tractor Supply, TJ MAXX, Hobby Lobby, Ross, Chick-fil-A, a sporting goods shop, Jiffy Lube, Starbucks, restaurants, tire shop, Hotels, Convenience stores, and many other commercial establishments. There is great visibility from the highway, and easy access via off ramps. The terrain is flat to very slightly rolling. A concrete drive off the access road is already in place. All city utilities are available. McAlester is touted as the commerce hub of southeast Oklahoma with a strong medical care presence including McAlester Regional Hospital, a Cancer treatment center, Medical clinic, several walk-in clinics, and a variety of doctors, from Cardiologists, Oncologists, Primary Care Physicians, Neurosurgeon, Urologists, and many other specialists. In addition, with beautiful Eufaula Lake only 15 minutes away, the trade is very active. Per Oklahoma Department of Transportation the traffic count on Highway 69 averages about 22,000 vehicles per day. Residents may obtain a four-year degree at the local college and obtain some masters level courses. In addition to the college Kiamichi Technology Center prides itself on “Developing a world-class workforce by preparing you for success through specialized skills training!” Offering courses in: Auto Collision Repair, Automotive Servicing, Biomedical Science, CNC Technology, computer Information Technology, Construction Technology, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Diesel Technology, Digital Marketing, Electrical Technology, Emergency Medical Certification, Graphic Design, Health Careers, Heating, Ventilation Technology, Heavy Equipment Operation, Truck Driving Training, Industrial Technology, Practical Nursing, Pre-engineering, Teacher Preparation, Welding Technology.
$105,000  •  0.75 acres
Name of Property: Commercial Highway Lots for sale Acreage: .75 Acres Location: Highway 31, Krebs Subdivision Closest Town: McAlester, OK Access: State Highway 31 Taxes: $313.89/2022 Topography: Gently rolling Utilities: Electric, water, city sewer, and natural gas Comments These three Commercial Lots are located on Highway 31 in Krebs, Oklahoma just on the east side of McAlester, Oklahoma. These three lots may be purchased separately or all together. The total land size is 33,000 square feet. Utilities servicing the property are city water, PSO Electric, city sewer, and natural gas. Highway 31 receives a high traffic count from local traffic going to a from work and non-local traffic from out of the area that is passing through. The property is approximately two blocks from Pete’s Italian Restaurant that was established in the 1920s, and just a few blocks from Roseanna’s Italian Restaurant that is long established. City of McAlester Demographics As of the 2010 census, there were 18,383 people, 7,196 households, and 4,187 families residing in the City. The population density was 1,149.9 people per square mile (437.6/km²). There were 7,685 housing units at an average density of 614.8 per square mile (181.5/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 70.4% white, 7.1% African American, 12.7% Native American, 0.7% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 2.1% from other races, and 6.9% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race was 6.5% of the population. Household Makeup Of the 7,196 households, 22.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 46.6% were married couples living together, 13.7% had a female householder with no husband present, and 36.4% were non-families. 33.7% of all households were made up of individuals and 15.7% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.16 and the average family size was 2.93. In the City the population was spread out with 22.1% under the age of 18, 72.2% from 18 to 64, and 15.7% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 38 years. For every 100 females there were 104.4 males. Income The median income for a household in the city was $37,450, and the median income for a family was $36,480. Males had a median income of $31,637 versus $17,849 for females. The per capita income for the city was $20,406. About 16.1% of families and 17.3% of the population were below the poverty line, including 26.8% of those under age 18 and 11.6% of those aged 65 or over. City of Krebs Demographics: https://oklahoma.hometownlocator.com/ok/pittsburg/krebs.cfm#demographic
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