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$234,098  •  63.7 acres
Under Contract
Tract A consists of 63.7 acres. A 1/2 acre pond is located on the northwest corner of the property. Numerous large live oaks, a zip slide and tree house complete the recreational paradise on Tract A. The terrain consists of a rolling topography with amazing views. There has been no livestock on the property for a significant time, allowing abundant grass cover. Contact management regarding maintaining Ag exemption for securing a wildlife exemption on the property. The Noble foundation, from Ardmore, Oklahoma will consult with property owners on the pond, flora and fauna managements. The property is partially fenced. Access is off County Road 199. Electricity will be made available to each tract. Internet is also available at 10,50 and 100 megabytes if interested. The properties are deed restricted. No water well or septic system currently exists. More land is available if desired.
$228,921  •  59.46 acres
Under Contract
Tract C consists of an old homestead which was built on the Ranch over 100 years ago. The previous owner’s father was born on site. The homestead consists of a functional cellar which could be used for storage, a wine cellar, or storm cellar. All that the cellar needs to be operational, is the installation of a functional door. Although uninhabitable, the interior lumber on the old homestead, is in great shape and could be repurposed to construct a new dwelling on the same site. Several majestic 200 to 300 year old Live Oaks are present on site. A windmill and a cistern are also present. Railroad cars that were built in 1917, could function as storage sites, and are surrounded by fenced paddocks. The old homestead is located on nearly 2000 feet of frontage on Pompey Creek, a seasonal creek which traverses the property. Over 150 pecan trees are noted along the creek which have recently been trimmed. The pecan trees can be outsourced to individuals who manage the pecan crop for a part of the proceeds. Whitetail deer, turkeys, and other small game are often noted along the creek. An elevated deer blind is noted on the northern edge of the wheat field. A local farmer has planted Milo which can provide an excellent food source for Mourning Doves. The grain crop will be replaced by wheat in the winter months which are attractive to any number of game species at no cost to the ranch owner. An association with the Noble Research Institute can answer a lot of questions about property management at no cost to the property owner. Deed restrictions and a Road Maintenance Agreement are available on all Oak Ridge Ranches to maintain property value. Ask about the $4000 fencing allowance which has been included in the above-mentioned priced. A property owner could file for an existing wildlife exemption or an agricultural exemption could be filed. We would encourage you to visit Oak Ridge Ranches to see for yourself what this interesting site has to offer you or your family.