Description: This well located home, just east of Pawhuska, offers space and solitude while being minutes from the bustle of town. The scenic landscape is enhanced by a nice sized pond and presents a quality mix of grazing and timber. The oak and blackjack timber is predominate with additional upland trees and shrubs such as persimmon, hickory and plum which provide wildlife habitat and additional grazing under the tree cover.
Location: The Home, at 1272 Okesa Road, is located less than a mile and a half east of the Okesa Road and Highway 99 intersection and 3 miles from the downtown area.
The small town of Pawhuska offers that laid back style of living with easy access to larger metropolitan areas.
Bartlesville is an easy 30 minutes, the Tulsa airport and downtown is just over an hour and Ponca City is 40 minutes.
Pawhuska, with a population of approximately 3,500, is the county seat of Osage County and the largest county in Oklahoma. The County government and the Osage tribal government offices add to the strength of the ranching and oil and gas industry. A growing tourism industry has created growth and renovation in the downtown area.
Home: The approximately 2650 sq. foot home’s exterior is attractive native sandstone and has recently been re-shingled. A large kitchen and utility room is accessed by hallway from the covered porch. The comfortable dining room flows into a large living area with a native sandstone fireplace. Large double doors allow access to two more living areas. The dining and living areas all have finished mzple flooring and paneled walls.
The home is currently configured for 3 bedrooms but offers some options to reconfigure the space. There is one full bath with two lavatories, a half bath and a shower in the utility room.
The home has a new hot water heater and the air conditioning unit is relatively new.
Shop: The 30’ x 40’ shop and equipment storage includes an approximately 10’ x 30 room that could be utilized for various activities or even a small business. The shop has a separate electric meter.
Corrals and fences: A steel corral system is located just north of the shop and adjoins a small building that appears to have been small milk shed. Although not currently utilized, it could possibly be converted to a small horse barn. The fences are more than adequate to contain livestock.
Utilities and water: The electric power is obtained from PSO and the water to the home and several outside taps, is provided by a private line from the City of Pawhuska. An older septic system will require some updating. A fire tap is located just south of the home.
The pond just south of the home provides livestock water besides fishing opportunities.
Pastures and Forage: A small trap by the home and pens contains mostly Bermuda and fescue while the remaining acreage has the same forage mix, as well as, native grass under Oak and blackjack timber.
Taxes: Advalorem taxes paid for 2015 were $542.
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