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320 Acres – Agriculture, Grazing & Hunting Land – Grant County, OK- PRICE REDUCED

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An excellent agricultural, grazing and recreational property located along over one mile of Sand Creek. Located in western Grant County, Oklahoma the property consists of two quarter sections on either side of the graveled county road.  The property features over a mile of perennial creek, 90 acres of sub-irrigated bermudagrass pasture, 180 acres of cropland, with the remainder in hardwood riparian forest along the creek.

Location:

Wakita                         10 miles

Salt Plains NWR         14 miles

Medford                      20 miles

Enid                            43 miles

Wichita                        98 miles

OKC                           140 miles

Tulsa                            155 miles

Acreage:         320 acres more or less, surface only.

Soils/Vegetation/Wildlife:      The majority of the soils on this property consist of fine sandy, very fine sandy and silt loams, all within the bottomlands of Sand Creek.  Ninety acres are in bermudagrass pasture, with approximately 180 acres in four tracts composed of cropland.  The remainder is in stream and native riparian habitat.  Tree species include elm, black and honey locust, hackberry and cottonwood, among others.  This property supports excellent habitat for white-tailed deer and Rio Grande turkey, with high potential for bobwhite quail and pheasant.  Depending on the season and surface water conditions, waterfowl and sandhill cranes may inhabit the property.  Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge is located in reasonable proximity to the property.

Improvements:   The modern cabin/garage and historic storm shelter (1,500 square feet with 600 square feet of living space) are located on an old home site on the north quarter section.  Also on the north quarter section is a 75×130 foot hay barn with 16 and 20 foot-high eaves.  Excellent perimeter fencing exists throughout the south quarter.  Rural water and electrical service are provided on the property.  An inactive irrigation well, pipeline and pivot point are located on the south quarter as well.

Incentives:   This property presents the ideal opportunity for the discerning buyer to acquire a high quality agricultural, grazing and recreational property both far from the hustle and bustle, yet accessible from several population centers via two nearby state highways.  With its soil and water resources, location and existing improvements, this diverse property could be managed for nearly any agricultural, grazing or recreational purpose.

Taxes:             $1,167 per annum (2017)

Price:        $585,000, surface only.

 

The information in this brochure is from sources deemed reliable, but no warranty or representation is made as to its accuracy by the Seller and its Brokers expressly disclaim any liability for errors, omissions or changes regarding any information provided for this property.

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