This is an excellent ranch in the heart of the most scenic hills southeast of McAlester, Oklahoma. It is loaded with whitetail deer and turkeys, and also has good pastures around the creek bottom areas in the middle part of the ranch. Improvements include a 2004 home with 3,500 sf, a foreman’s home, and several barns and corrals. The topography is varied, and stunning, which also offers good terrain for a future large lake basin.
Land/Topography: The topography is varied on this dual-purpose ranch. The northern part of the ranch has improved coastal bermuda pastures, deep wet weather creek beds, rolling terrain with some wooded areas and oak mots, and distant views from areas of higher ground. The southern half of the ranch showcases an elevation change from 700′ t0 over 1,100′ in this mountainous region. It is covered in pines, maple elms, scattered oaks, and deep ravines among the high vistas. This scenic area is remote, rugged, and quiet, and holds a lot of wildlife.
Capacity: 250-300 cows.
Water: There are 12 stock ponds, and the ranch gets an average of about 45” of rainfall per year.
Wildlife: There are plenty of deer, turkeys and hogs, and the hunting is excellent. The large number of ponds also attract a lot of wintering waterfowl.
Improvements: Improvements include: a 3,500+ sf house built in 2004 with 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, 3 car garage; a caretaker’s house with 1,900 sf, 3 bedrooms, and 2 baths; 100′ x 46′ hay barn; storage buildings, loafing barn, pole barn, pipe fencing, working pens, corrals, and overhead feed bin.
Taxes: The ranch is taxed with an agricultural valuation. Taxes are approximately $3,300 annually.
Location: 25 miles East of McAlester in South Eastern Oklahoma, just south of Highway 1. Sardis Lake is 15 miles to the north.
Minerals: Seller owns a nominal amount of minerals, and these will convey with an acceptable contract. There is some production on the ranch.
Utilities: Electricity, septic.
Ranch is shown by appointment only.
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