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$508,500  •  113 acres
Under Contract
The Hidden Meadow Ranch is located 10 miles West of Ada, Oklahoma on Highway 19, a convenient 80 miles to the OKC metro and 150 miles from Dallas/Ft.Worth. This combination ranch offers areas of open pastures, deep wooded draws and pockets of hardwoods. There are 3 main ponds that service the cross-fenced pastures as well as 2 wet-weather drainages lined with hardwoods; a favorite travel corridor for the whitetail deer. The 1127 feet of highway frontage lays on the southern boundary of the ranch where you'll find a gated entrance with a small trap and smaller 3-sided shed. It is also here where you'll find rural water at the highway and electric service already set and ready for a meter. The 113 acres is cross-fenced into 3 main pastures with the norther half of the property being the largest pasture at just over 60 acres in size. This pasture has a large pond for water and a large creek on the western side where we found many scrapes, rubs and other signs of wildlife. The current owners report seeing deer and wild hogs on the trail cams as well as the occasional coyote and bobcat. The natural design of the creek corridors offer protection, water and a food source throughout the year via the many oak trees, browse and wild berries. The southern portion of the ranch is split in two by the creek and each half is relatively equal at 25 acres in size. The western pasture is flat and would make a nice spot to build a home, overlooking the pond, using the natural landscape of hardwood groves as your backdrop; giving you that deep in the woods feeling. The eastern half is flat and smooth enough to use as a hay meadow or to plant cover crops for winter grazing. In addition, if you didn't mind the cost of extending service lines and building a driveway, the northern end of the property is 80 feet higher than the southern end. If you have the appetite to build a lake, there is a really nice spot to build one in the western creek. If you did this, then you could build at a higher elevation more toward the center of the property and overlook a new five acre lake to the south. Plus, your homesite would be in a hidden meadow shielded from the world by a wooded draw on either side of it. One of the best parts of having your home north of a lake is that the prevailing summer winds out of the southwest would blow across the lake to your home giving you a nice cooling breeze. Lastly, we could the driveway across the top of the dam to give you a spectacular drive home each and every day. We definitely see this as a property ready for a steward's touch; someone who wants to take a piece of raw land with good features and turn it into a masterpiece. This is definitely a property for someone who wants to create a private oasis close to town. If you've been looking for the perfect spot to make your dreams come to life, then call Chrissy Banks at 765 220 2489.
$300,000  •  80 acres
Under Contract
The last few years we have seen a dramatic shift in the preferences of our Buyers. The alluring call of the bigger cities with their hustle and bustle and breakneck growth are losing their luster. More and more buyers are in search of a place where they can come home to the wide-open spaces of nature and enjoy the peace and tranquility that comes with it. If you’re one of those buyers, then Serenity Hill Ranch is for you. Located 70 miles Southeast of Oklahoma City and 165 miles from the Dallas metro area, Serenity Hill Ranch is an ideal spot for those looking to build their dream home or start a small ranching operation. Larger than a typical “ranchette”, this 80-acre ranch offers grazing, hay production, great wildlife and a blank slate to create the homestead of your dreams. As you enter from the county road the elevation rises gently, through the hay meadow to an ideal home spot, giving you unrestricted views of the expansive pastures of the surrounding ranches. From this spot there is only one visible neighbor to the northwest. Looking east, the elevation begins to slowly fall, amplifying the views. Here you will find groves of trees and a shallow pond surrounded by evidence of wildlife. Wildlife such as deer, turkey, and waterfowl are prevalent here thanks to the ample cover of the surrounding pastures and lack of pressure from human interaction. This part of the county is known for its trophy whitetail which could be easily drawn in using the natural flow to water and native cover to your advantage. For those of you looking to run livestock or produce hay, this ranch could do both. The majority of the soils on this ranch are a class 3 clay-loam and terraces have been installed to help prevent erosion. The current owner has been resting the pastures, only making hay on a portion of the ranch. In doing so, this has allowed for a healthy recovery of the native and improved grasses present there. The entire 80 acres is exterior fenced with only a few places in need of updating. This ranch is full of endless possibilities. We can give you a million reasons why making a move to the country is great idea but we encourage you to make your own list! We are certain once you’re here, it won’t take long to write it. For more information or to schedule a showing call Chrissy Banks at 765-220-2489
$200,000  •  40 acres
Under Contract
Update - Sellers are willing to transfer mineral rights with surface. Tall Oaks 40 is a small property with a really nice mixture of features. It is located just northeast of Lula, OK, south of Allen, OK, 100 miles from OKC and 150 miles from Dallas. It has an old hand dug well with water in it and because of this, it appears that a water well would be possible. There isn't electricity to the property, but we are checking to see what it would cost to run a service to it. It does have 1/4 mile of county road frontage on the east side. Beyond those details, the property has a really nice mixture of open areas complete with food plots, brushy transitional areas full of forage and stands of tall, mature oaks that drop acorns in the fall. There is a small pond on the property and in addition, a small wet weather creek adds charm and another source of water. The timber is tall, straight and mature, particularly along the small creek. The transitional area between the open meadows and the big timber has some elm and spots of cedar trees. We think these areas would be ideal to hunt morel mushrooms in a few days. This property is on the edge of some very large ranches just to the east. Because of that, this small parcel has the potential to hold a very nice buck from time to time. We saw plenty of tracks and will try to get some on camera soon. All in all, this is a great 40 acre tract for someone who likes mature, open stands of timber growing alongside a small creek coupled with some thickets for deer bedding and food plots for supplementing their forage. If you would like to schedule a showing or get more details, please call Sean Childress at 580 320-5791.
$630,000  •  10 acres
10 Acre Pecan Farm with home and barns For Sale Ada OK
F&R Partners