The acreage is located in the fertile upland Caney River Bottom just East of Osage County Oklahoma and the Osage Hills. This well maintained and well located ranch is situated on gently rolling terrain and contains approximately 25% timber and trees. The balance is predominately introduced pasture base with some native grass evident in areas. A wet weather creek is located on the south portion of the ranch, as well as a functional corral, storage building and shed. The home and shop/barn is located on the north of the acreage in a wooded area.
The 145 acre ranch for sale is located north of Ochelata approximately 2.5 miles and is an easy drive to Bartlesville. It is approximately 9 miles to the downtown business district and the downtown area of Tulsa is approximately 45 minutes.
The property is located in the NW/4 and SW/4 of Section 13, Township 25 North,Range 12 East, of ashington
County, Oklahoma. The property transfers with any mineral interest that may remain with the property; that interest is unknown.
The land for sale in Oklahoma is located in the fertile upland Caney River Bottom just East of Osage County and the Osage
Hills. This well maintained and well located Oklahoma ranch for sale is situated on gently rolling terrain and contains approximately 25% timber and trees. The balance is predominately introduced pasture base with some native grass evident in areas. A wet weather creek is located on the south portion of the ranch, as well as a functional corral, storage building and shed. The home and shop/barn is located on the north of the acreage for sale in a wooded area.
The approximately 1600 square foot home, built in 1955, is located at the end of an attractive drive. It includes one large bedroom, 2 full baths, office and an attached 2 car garage. The home features a comfortable living area that opens out to a sunroom with wonderful views of the ranch. Details of the home and a virtual tour are available at http://www.saramcgee.com
The large, well constructed, 50’ X 30’ shop/barn has concrete floors, water, a large overhead door and a lean-to on the north for equipment storage. An overhead fuel storage tank is located near the barn.
The older steel corral system, an open front cattle barn and a sturdy storage barn are located just off the hard surfaced county road on the southern portion of the ranch. This area was a home site at one time and there is a water well of unknown condition. Water should be available from the rural water line along the county road.
The home is served from a rural water line that is located along the County Road on the west. The wet weather creek on the south was previously mentioned. The ranch has five ponds; several are dugouts and of note is the larger pond in the central portion of the Oklahoma land that is utilized to water two pastures. An attractive pond on the north end would enhance several building sites in that area.
The soil map indicates that the predominate Dennis soils will conservatively sustain 30 animal units year round and has the possibility of higher production with proper management. The forage base is predominately the introduced Bermuda and fescue pastures that have some re-growth of native grasses and forbs.
These soils are well suited for the introduction of clovers, crabgrass and winter annuals such as annual ryegrass. The carrying capacity will need to be determined by the purchaser’s own management style and discovery and no representation is made by the Seller or the Seller’s Ranch Real Estate Broker. The owner presently has the grass leased to a neighbor.
The property is cross fence into approximately 7 pastures and traps.
These same soils sustain the several pecan and other bottomland trees located along the creek and the upland and bottomland timber found in other portions of the ranch. This is in addition to the many trees near the home that have been cultivated and encouraged by the owners over the years.
Because of the rural setting and location in an area that has not been fractionalized to any great extent; the hunting land for sale will sustain deer, turkey, dove and any number of other game and non-game mammals and birds. The ponds will attract water fowl and provide fishing opportunities as well.
It is obvious that the land for sale near Bartlesville and the Tulsa, Oklahoma is a great value and the location in an area that continues to hold its rural roots only adds to that value.
The home and ranch land for sale should be attractive to retirees who do not want a large home to maintain and want
to continue ranching on a limited basis.
At the same time, expansion of the home or even building on the several inviting home sites could suit
a young family with a desire for rural living. The chance to raise a family in this setting while still being near quality schools and the opportunities of the Bartlesville area should be appealing to many.
Advalorem taxes are approximately $700 and this area of Oklahoma is designated as former Indian Land which qualifies for federal income tax accelerated depreciation of eligible depreciable ranch property. This election is available through 2009.