The Double D is a premier cattle and quail hunting ranch in the rolling hills of South Central Oklahoma. It boasts two creek systems that intersect on the property, with good, productive bottomland, and over 60 ponds that provide plenty of water. 20 cross-fenced pastures are covered mostly with native grasses, with 10% in cultivation and wheat, and the roads are in good condition to navigate the ranch. The Double D near Waurika is about 130 miles from either Oklahoma City or Fort Worth, and has 3 homes on the property. Great ranches of this size do not often trade in this desirable area. There are an additional 750 acres under grazing lease. This ranch is priced to sell at $1,400/acre.
Location: North of Waurika, and East of Hwy 81 between Comanche and Loco. The Ranch is bordered by county roads N2940, N 2980, E1910, E1880, which provide good quick access to all sides of the ranch.
Main house (1917) – 3,700 sf (remodeled in late 1980’s)
Guest quarters – 720 sf
Foreman house – (2008) – 1,800 sf
Ranch house (1983) – 1,350 sf
Shop – 525 sf
Covered arena – 9,500 sf
Barn – 2,800 sf
Barn – 1,800 sf
2 hay barns – 2,800 sf each
4 sets of working pens in good condition.
7.5 miles of perimeter fencing was rebuilt about 5 years ago.
Land/Topography: Broad rolling terrain with far reaching vistas, covering 20 cross-fenced pastures setup as a working ranch, complete with pipe cattle guards in place. All acreage is contiguous except for about 260 acres. 8,727 acres are deeded, and there are an additional 750 acres under BIA grazing leases that will be transferred to the new owner. Please see the separate soil map for full details on this terrain that ranges in elevation from 845’ to 960’.
Water: Willow Branch and Mountain Creek intersect on the Double D. This ranch is well watered with over 60 ponds throughout the ranch. The largest of these are larger lakes at 24, 20 and 5 acres. There are 3 water wells on the property with newer solar pumps that produce approximately 30 gpm. Jefferson County Water provides service to the houses and barns. The ranch gets an average of about 30” of rainfall per year.
Wildlife: The plum thickets and bunch grasses make ideal quail habitat, and the ranch is covered in mostly native grasses, with plains bluestem and clover, and oak motts and greenbrier in the more wooded areas. The two large creek systems are heavily wooded and hold a lot of wildlife. There are plenty of turkeys and hogs, and large deer over 180” and 200 pounds are common. A few dove fields are also in cultivation, and the large number of ponds attracts a lot of wintering waterfowl.
Taxes: The ranch is taxed with an agricultural valuation. Taxes are approximately $12,000 annually.
Minerals: Seller does not own any minerals.
Utilities: Electricity, septic, rural water service.
Ranch is shown by appointment only.
Note: Buyer’s agent, if any, must be present at initial showing to participate in real estate commission. This write-up may contain errors and omissions and is for information only. The above information has been deemed correct but is not guaranteed and is subject to changes, corrections, and or withdraws from the market with no prior notice.
BROKER: Bryan Pickens