This appealing 160 acre Oklahoma hunting land for sale in Southern Pawnee County, Oklahoma presents a mosaic mix of timber and native Tallgrass Prairie grasses, legumes and forbs. This Oklahoma hunting land for sale is further complimented by spring fed creeks and elevation changes of almost 100 feet. A comfortable cabin sets deep in the property and additional living quarters/storage is provided by a 24’ X 24’ insulated garage also located away from the County Road. For those that enjoy the serenity of country living this property offers a desirable location for a permanent home or weekend getaway. The wildlife and fishing opportunities are there within a few feet of the front door and the excellent grass base would sustain a small livestock operation.
LOCATION and ACREAGE:
The 160 acres, more or less, is described as the SE/4 of Section 17, T20N and R6E. The ranch may be accessed from Highway 412 at the Highway 99/Hallet exit or Highway 18/ Pawnee exit. Proceed North from either exit to the Maramec/Lone Chimney Rd., continue East or West to N3550 RD then South approximately 1.5 miles to the entrance.
From Yale turn north at the west side of the High School from Highway 51, on North C Street, which is also N3540 RD. Continue North to E0570 RD, then East for 1 mile to N3550 RD; the property entrance is
approximately 1.5 miles North on N3550 RD.
The Oklahoma land for sale is approximately 30 miles or 35 minutes from Stillwater, Oklahoma. Stillwater is an hour from
Oklahoma City and the ranch for sale in Oklahoma itself is approximately an hour from Tulsa. (Location maps and information
are available on request.)
Stillwater, Oklahoma http://www.stillwaterchamber.org/general.asp?id=355 is the home of Oklahoma State
University, Meridian Technology Center and is a Gateway campus for Northern Oklahoma College. The Stillwater area is fast becoming a favorite retirement destination because of it’s cultural and recreation advantages. Stillwater and the nearby cities of Tulsa and Oklahoma City offer excellent health care.
Pawnee and Payne County’s http://digital.library.okstate.edu/encyclopedia/entries/P/PA027.html settlement
began during the land rush of 1889 and the Cherokee Outlet in 1893. This, in itself, offers the history buff countless stories of the area as it prepared itself for statehood in 1907.
IMPROVEMENTS AND FACILITIES:
The small cabin of approximately 750 sq. ft. is situated deep into the South portion of the land for sale Oklahoma well away from the County Road and next to the largest pond on the ranch. A 12’ X 12’ storage building is located in the same area.
The home has central air and heat and sells with furnishings which will include a washer, dryer, refrigerator,gas range, propane heater and TV.The dining room, living room and bed room furniture
will also transfer plus numerous other items.
A 24’ X 24’ insulated metal/shop/garage is located several hundred yards North of the home and adjacent to the all weather gravel entrance road. This building also is plumbed with a sink and toilet and will transfer with a kitchen cabinet and microwave. The water well, for the facilities on the ranches for sale, is in this location. The electrical wiring is buried from near the county road,consequently no overhead lines.
Approximately 50% of the Oklahoma land has a native grass forage base that consists of Tallgrass Prairie grasses, legumes and forbs. The dominant grasses will be big bluestem, little bluestem, Switchgrass and Indiangrass. It is truly rewarding to find an acreage that reflects much of what this Prairie may have been pre-settlement. The owners use of fire and cedar control have contributed greatly to the grass base.
The timber base consists of Cross Timbers ranch for sale species such as post oak, black jack, persimmon and hickory. The bottom land, near the spring fed creek and tributaries, will contain species such as red oak, bur oak, pecan, walnut, sycamore and others.
The Seller’s own 25% of the minerals that are leased for the remaining two years of a three year lease. The well equipment and tank battery have not been used for several years and have contributed no income from a previous lease owner.
An abandoned rail road right-of-way is located on the West side of the property and that easement has been relinquished back to the property. It provides access, on the old rail bed, to a large part of the West side.
The Oklahoma land offers several options of grazing, hunting, recreation and country living while being
relatively close to several larger metropolitan areas.
While the owner has not grazed the land for several years, the fencing could easily repaired to
contain a small livestock operation.
The recreation and hunting opportunities are obvious and the cabin and garage are both additional values whether it be for a weekend getaway, temporary home or even as a permanent home.
The 2009 taxes for the land and improvements was approximately $550.