This combination agriculture and recreational property is located just east of Skiatook and includes Bird Creek within its boundaries. The silty loam and clay loam soils are productive introduced forage and cultivated crop soils. Due to the location of the acreage in the flood plain and can occasionally flood; it would seem that improved forage production may be the highest and best use. The farm has been utilized in a rotational wheat and soybean production system.
The FSA maps indicate 141 acres of tillable land included in 4 separate fields. The remaining 67 acres includes bottom land timber providing excellent wildlife habitat and recreation opportunities on Bird Creek.
LOCATION: The property is located ½ mile east of the intersection of Highway 11 and 20 in Skiatook and borders the south side Highway 20 for ½ mile.
WILDLIFE/RECREATION: The location adjacent to Bird creek enhances the wildlife habitat and a creek always provides a number of recreational activities. The abundant deer population is attracted by the tillable crop fields and native habitat. The bottomland will include, but not be limited to; Red Oak, Bur Oak, Hickory, Walnut, Pecans, Sycamore and Persimmons.
FLOOD ZONE: Most local inhabitants are familiar with the many flood zone areas in northern Tulsa County due to the flooding caused by Bird Creek over the years. It should be pointed out that approximately the northern half of the property is located in the 500 year flood plain and the southern half nearest to Bird Creek is in in the 100 year flood plain.
2018 TAXES: $250 per annum.
PRICE: $520,000 Surface OnlyBack to Listings