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$4,543,500  •  693 acres
This working cattle ranch is set up for a great calf stocker program or cow/calf operation. The property has been fenced and cross fenced, with covered working pens, a working chute, and feed bunks for easy access to feed cattle. The pastures all have ponds and Little Sallisaw Creek runs through the south side of the property. $4,543,500.
$675,000  •  250 acres
This 250-acre property is located in Sequoyah County, about 12 miles north of Sallisaw. This parcel is nestled in the lower part of the Boston Mountains on the northern end of the county. The property includes a rustic, cabin-style home that is 1867 sq. ft. and sits tucked back off of the road, hidden by a thicket of pine trees. The house has 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms, a perfect place for a full-time residence or a weekend hunting getaway. Optimal uses of the property are hunting and recreation, but with the growing poultry industry in eastern Oklahoma, it could be a great place to build chicken houses for a value-add. The terrain consists of thick hardwoods intermingled with scattered pines, with a great deal of topography change. The southeast corner drops 200 ft into a deep hollow. All of the hardwoods provide forage and cover for the abundant deer on the property. There is a pond on the property located near the house for fishing opportunities. The closest town is Sallisaw, which is south of the property on scenic highway 59. The closest major cities are Tulsa, which is 107 miles west, Fort Smith, AR is 34 miles east, and Fayetteville, AR is 57 miles northeast.
$2,300,000  •  70 acres
This one-of-a-kind property boasts a 15,000-square-foot shop, 2,000-square-foot “she shed” with wet bar, 8,125-square-foot equipment garage, 11,200-square-foot covered corral and hay barn, and a pool house with its own restroom. B & B Ranch relies 100 percent on solar power with back up electric. This turnkey property—with heated and cooled shops—is perfect for car enthusiasts! $2,300,000.
F&R Partners