S&B 63 Ranch - Osage County, Pawhuska, OK
The S&B 63 Ranch is a great recreation property located 15 miles north of Pawhuska. This mostly wooded tract offers plenty of privacy with room to build just a short distance on gravel from recently paved Highway 99. The proximity to Pawhuska, Bartlesville, and the Kansas state line adds to the attractiveness of this property.
The ranch is located 15 miles north of Pawhuska, 2.5 miles on gravel on County Road 4151, and 13 miles from the Kansas state line. The property sits in the northern portion of Osage County and is approximately a 25 mile drive to Bartlesville.
Topography, Rangeland & Habitat
The property has good topography with the highest point in the northeast corner and over 50’ of elevation change. The majority of the ranch is wooded consisting of Post Oak and Blackjack while located in the Cross Timbers Ecoregion. There are some open areas of native grass. A portion of the southeast corner contains class 3 soils and the remainder is fairly rocky with exposed sandstone.
This area is known for good White-tailed deer hunting. The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, multiple wildlife management areas, and neighboring large ranches improve the hunting potential for this part of the county. Hogs, turkeys, and other game species can be pursued on this property.
Currently, there is no water on the property. The neighbors’ improvements on 3 sides are serviced by water wells. The south-central portion has favorable topography for a potential pond site.
Verdigris Valley Electric line runs along the county road on this property and services this area.
Surface sale only.
Note: The property is only fenced on the south and west boundaries. Ranch is shown by appointment only. The annual property taxes are estimated at $32.