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Caney River 113 Acres

  • $665,000
Northeast Oklahoma

Caney River 113 Acres

Northeast Oklahoma
  • $665,000


  • Price: $665,000
  • Land Area: 113 Acres
  • Location: Copan, OK
  • Minerals: Surface Only
  • Taxes: $1240


Located where the Osage Hills meets the Caney River valley, this property boasts a lot of character with striking views and endless opportunities. Mature post oak and blackjack trees make-up the savannah on the bluff tops, while giant red oaks are found along the river banks. The 2,000 square foot home with 3 stall barn is situated in the center of the property along a bluff with panoramic views of the Osage Hills across the Mission Creek valley. The well-maintained river bottom pasture is comprised of Bermudagrass with fescue and clover during the cool months. This property offers an array of opportunities- from the unmatched views, excellent waterfowl habitat, fertile soils and land that has been meticulously managed.

Location and Acreage

The 113-acre property is located approximately 6 miles west of Copan and 13 miles northwest of Bartlesville. Tulsa is approximately 1 hour away.

The property is located in the NW/4 of Section 28, Township 28 North, Range 12 East, of Osage County, Oklahoma. The property transfers as surface only.

Home and Facilities

The approximately 2,000 square foot home, built in 2006, is located at the end of an attractive drive just off county road 3011. The home includes an open kitchen and living area, 2 bed, 2 full baths, office, large mudroom and wraparound porch. The attached shop/ barn includes 3 stalls with 60 foot runs, a fully insulated storage/ tack room and a tool room. The well-constructed and fully insulated 40’ X 122’ steel building has a concrete slab throughout with a large overhead.

The corral system and traps are located just off of the county road for easy access. New fencing is found on the south, the majority of the west and east boundaries and consists of 5 wires with steel corners and posts. All of the improvements are served by rural water.


The varied topography on this property provides wildlife habitat including white-tailed deer, wild turkey and northern bobwhite. The mature timber along the north side of the property provides habitat for wild turkey, even more so when controlled burning is utilized. White-tailed deer utilize the timber for cover and as a travel corridor along the river and to the crop fields in the morning and evening. Waterfowl utilize the ponds and river consistently. The pond in the river bottom pasture has excellent waterfowl habitat with potential to improve it even further. Northern bobwhite can be found utilizing the travel corridors along the bluff and fence lines.


The improvements are served from a rural water line that is located along the county road on the west portions of the property. The Caney River forms the northern boundary and provides multiple recreational opportunities. The property has 2 ponds utilized to water multiple pastures.

Soils and Forage

The soils are predominately Braman silt loam which will sustain 5 AUM’s year-round and has the possibility of higher production with proper management. The 50 acres of bottom ground consists of Bermudagrass and fescue with interspersed clover.

These soils are well-suited for the introduction of additional clovers, crabgrass and winter annuals such as annual ryegrass. The property has utilized temporary electric fencing allowing for rotational grazing, maximizing forage utilization. The property is cross fenced into two large traps along the north and south of the drive, and multiple pens around the corrals. The carrying capacity will need to be determined by the purchaser’s own management style.

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