Trentman Property- SOLD73+/- Acres, Osage County (CONTRACTED)
Property Description: The combination of native rangeland and just enough recreation land presents a property that should appeal to several interests. The Trentman Ranch’s rolling hills, native forages and 12 acre lake presents a pleasant blend of productivity and recreation value.
- Osage County, Oklahoma.
- 4.5 miles east of Hominy.
- Skiatook- 25 minutes
- Bartlesville- 45 minutes
- Tulsa- 45 minutes
Resources and Improvements:
- 2400 sq ft, 3 bd/2 bath rock home w/ 1200 sq ft deck, wet bar and Jacuzzi
- Attached 2 bay carport and guest quarters.
- 70 X 36’ Morton building w/ 2 bays, concrete floor, fully insulated and heated.
- 22 X 36’ office w/ kitchenette, 1 bath and central heat/air.
- Well water
- Trash Service
- Fishing dock on lake
- Property has been surveyed and will be fully fenced.
Additional Information: The property is located within the borders of a larger ranch and provides seclusion on the dead end county road yet is very accessible. The current owners have meticulously cared for the land and improvements. The tallgrass forage base would be rated in excellent condition and provide ample grazing for a few head of cattle or your horses.
Water: The 12 acre lake is stocked with channel catfish, bluegill, largemouth bass and offers excellent fishing opportunities. A wet weather creek runs from below the lakes dam and through the south end of the property. The water well provides water for the home and headquarters.
Wildlife: The property’s location, moderate tree cover and native plant community create an ideal habitat for wildlife. Approximately 12 acres of the bottom ground is composed of Verdigris Silt Loam soils, one of the most productive soils in the county, and provides an excellent site for a year round food plot.
Tax Information: Advalorem taxes for 2015 were approximately $1750
The ranch location will qualify for Accelerated Federal Income Tax Depreciation if it is extended. The depreciation incentive provides a shorter recovery period of approximately 40% for most non-residential depreciable property.
Minerals: Property transfers as surface only and has no producing wells.