Clayman RanchSouth of Bristow
$672,000 | 1,400/acre
This is one of the more attractive combination recreation and agriculture properties that we have recently marketed. The rolling hills, with about 100 feet of elevation change, the mosaic mix of bottomland and upland timber, excellent soils in the creek bottom and the 3 acre, clear water, lake all enhance this scenic property.
Turn west from Highway 48 at the cemetery sign one mile south of the Welty turn off and two miles south of the Deep Fork River.
● 16 miles south of Bristow.
● 15 miles north of the I 40 and Highway 48 intersection.
● 50 miles southwest of Tulsa. (app. 60 minutes)
● 80 miles east of Oklahoma City. (app. 90 minutes)
ACREAGE AND LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
The 480 acres, surface only, is located in the SE of Section 11, NE of Section 14 and NW of Section 13, Township 13 North, Range 8 East, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma.
● All weather county road dead ends to the property.
● 3 acre lake stocked with bass, crappie and catfish plus fishing opportunities on the ponds and creek.
● Numerous pecan trees with many more that could be brought into production with thinning.
● Highly productive Pulaski and Tribbey soils along Wolfe Creek.
● Wolfe Creek is a spring fed creek that provides running water in the winter and through dry periods.
● No active mineral production and an OERB cleanup is nearly completed on an abandoned oil production area.
● Excellent wildlife base of deer, turkey, quail and dove plus the vicinity near the Deep Fork Wildlife Area contributes to the waterfowl base.
● Outside fences are more than adequate with some new fencing in place.
● Utilities and rural water available a short distance to the East.
● Numerous locations for a home or weekend retreat.
● Taxes are approximately $240/year.
UTILIZATION OF THE PROPERTY:
It is evident that the paramount value is the scenic clear water lake and the recreation value of fishing, hunting and camping. Even further enhancing the appeal is the ability to just explore the varied terrain and ecosystems via ATVs, horseback or hiking. Spring fed Wolfe Creek, the several smaller clear water ponds and the close proximity to the Deep Fork River add to ascetics and provides the habitat for a varied wildlife, fish and waterfowl population. https://www.fws.gov/refuge/deep_fork/
The property does have an agriculture base that can be enhanced via prescribed burns and pecan sprout thinning near the numerous large pecans located in the bottom land. The approximately 2 miles of new or relatively new perimeter fence could be improved with the addition of some partition fencing to manage the varied base of native and introduced forage.
PRICE: $672,000 $1,400/ACRE