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Welcome to your future retreat! This sprawling 95 Acre property has it all. Whether you’re into hunting, fishing, ranching, or just looking to get away from it all, this property is the right choice for you. This beautiful blank canvas has endless opportunities. It is nestled back against the Neosho River where there is p...

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Acres: 1728 +/- Acres. Price: $4,752,000 or $2,750 per acre. Animal Units: Currently stocked with 300 cows. Also runs 40 horses. Terms: Cash. Location: S. E. Oklahoma, Albany, OK in Bryan County, 20 miles S.E. of Durant, OK and approximately 100 miles N.E. of Dallas. Comments: Located on a good Farm to...

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Property Details Name of Property: Rafter C 160 - ka Acreage: 160 Location: Southeast of Pittsburg Closest Town: Pittsburg Access: County Road Taxes: $100 Topography: elevation changes Comments Unplug and unwind at this private and secluded property. 160 acres with 2 ponds and a live water creek running through th...

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  Pyle Mountain Homestead   This is a nice 3 bed 2 bath home on 60 acres, located just minutes away from McAlester OK. The home is located 8 miles northwest of McAlester on Pyle Mountain road, which is a paved county road. The house is a well maintained brick home built in 1999 that has 2200 square feet...

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Fantastic 70 acre tract located in the Jack Fork Mountains of S.E. Okla. This property would be an excellent hunting tract, or home site with the option to run cattle. This area of Southeast Okla. has some of the highest Whitetail Deer populations in the region. This is due to the ideal habitat created by the native grass...

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This is a very nice dryland farm with 160 +/- acres currently planted to Grain Sorghum. Possession is available upon the end of the current crop....

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When I say this place is ready to go you better believe it from the beds and furniture all the way to the top of the line deer feeders, stands and Bitter Creek fully enclosed platform shooting house. I can say without question that if a guy manages and hunts this place right you will have a place that should produce quality...

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Attention Real Estate Developers! Here is a great investment opportunity in a high demand area just perfect for multiple lots for single family residences or high end homes on larger lots. This beautiful 8 acre parcel is so conveniently located just 1 mile South of Hugo and bordered by Hwy 271, CR2090(Goodland Rd) and CR421...

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It is extremely hard to find small acreage in a great location to build a home! These four 2 acre parcels are so conveniently located just 1 mile South of Hugo and bordered by Hwy 271, CR2090(Goodland Rd) and CR4217 on the West side. When you add in the fact that the electric service provider is AEP/PSO and water is Grant ...

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It goes without saying that you have to be in an area that produces trophy bucks to have a chance at killing one and this 160 acre tract is right in the heart of big buck country! About 7 miles West of Antlers tucked away down in the SW corner of Pushmataha County just off the Atoka County Line this property has all the ing...

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We have all heard the expression "God's Country" but didn't really know what it meant until you set foot on that special place! Located in the absolute most scenic part of Oklahoma in McCurtain County just off of Hwy 259 a few miles North of Hochatown this stunning 58 acre tract sits on the banks of the East Fork of the Glo...

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Duck Hunter’s / Deer Hunter’s / Fisherman / Prepper’s / Totally Self-Contained / Numerous 50 Amp Hook-ups w/Sewer Dump / 40KW Generator This is a totally self-contained facility with living quarters with 2-Bunkers 12” Thick Cement Walls, 12” Thick Ceiling & 12” Floors. The large facility out front is (100 x 60...

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BEAUTIFUL Recreational / Residential Acreage - 10.29 Acres MOL This 4-bedroom/2-bath 3000 Sq. Ft. Custom was built in 2003. It sets on a 10.29 Acre Tract with a pipe fence frontage and archway driveway entrance just east of Hinton, Oklahoma and west of Methodist Road. The backyard has a small in-ground pool with a new ...

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REDUCTION IN PRICE: Totally Remodeled Inside & Out This 1800 Sq. ft. 3-Bedroom has a Living Room with a fireplace and the Family Room / Office has a beautiful wood burning stove as well with an access to the back yard and the 10 x 12 basement. The kitchen has all new stainless appliances and fixtures with an island bar...

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This 40 acre property of PRIME PASTURE is just what you have been looking for in Soper, Choctaw County OK. It's all about the right location, easy access, plenty of prime grasses and a pond that provides enough water for wildlife and cattle. An added bonus is that you can take family and friends fishing on the weekend Hu...

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!!!PRICE REDUCED!! These 80 acre versatile mixed use combination recreational ranch and pasture land in Choctaw County, OK don't come available very often. Located in Soper with 1/2 mile of State HWY 271 frontage and 1/4 mile of paved county road on the North end of the property; sandy loam soil; gentle rolling hills and...

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Awesome business opportunity! Commercial lot in popular Sawyer, OK 74756 within walking distance to great fishing at scenic Hugo Lake in Choctaw County. This 1.25 acre property packs a lot of potential, with a large 2,080 sq. ft. main building with a diner restaurant, cooking area, storage areas, and a large side area where...

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If you are looking for a place to retire, a weekend retreat near the lake, a development property, or simply a great investment for the future, this property is the one! Located near Hugo, OK 74743 in Choctaw County, OK only 1 mile away from the boat ramp, these beautiful properties with wooded and cleared areas, and stunni...

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Call Agent Nelson Jimenez (Hablo Espanol) at (469) 855-0400 to view this investor-ready property. This 1,269 square foot home is in popular Rena Kirk subdivision, near the recreational facilities of Ansley Park and Hugo Stadium. The home has 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, and a 2-car carport, and features a large living area, a cozy ...

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This wooded residential building lot on the edge of town is located on a quiet, tree-lined paved street, with all the city amenities, but without all the city traffic. This 6875 Sq. Ft. lot in Idabel, OK 74745, McCurtain County is conveniently situated near shopping, churches, and schools. Being situated only 2.5 miles to t...

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Land For Sale in Oklahoma

The state of Oklahoma is much more than the endless grassland it is famous for. In fact, Oklahoma has the nation's most diverse terrain, when compared mile for mile. Famous for the Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Will Rogers Memorial, this Midwestern state is part of our nation's pioneer heritage. Today, its natural beauty, national parks, and rolling mountains make it the perfect place to purchase property. Now is a great time to buy land in Oklahoma.

The Sooner State

Oklahoma is known as the Sooner State. Originally, the state was created for the exclusive use of Native Americans. It still has the largest population of Native Americans in the United States. It was opened to settlers in 1889 in the Oklahoma Land Rush, and that's where the state's nickname came from. Cities include Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Norman, Edmund, and Broken Arrow.

Land in Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, land can be owned by citizens, corporations, individuals, Indian tribes or governments. Oklahoma is made up of 10 distinct different regions, each with their own different character and landscape. These areas are:

  1. The High Plains
  2. The Gypsum Hills
  3. Red Beds Plains
  4. The Red River Valley Region
  5. The Wichita Mountains
  6. The Arbuckle Mountains
  7. Sandstone Hills
  8. Ouachita Mountains
  9. Prairie Plains
  10. The Ozark Plateau

The landscape in Oklahoma varies greatly. The Ozark Plateau has winding rivers with deep valley walls. The Sandstone Hills are partially covered in forest, and the Red River Valley is a rolling prairie. Each mountainous region has its own distinct characteristics. The Gypsum Hills for instance shine in the sun due to their gypsum content and are sometimes called the Glass Hills.

Natural Resources

The greatest natural resources in Oklahoma are its abundant and fertile soil, and its mineral deposits. Petroleum, which was discovered in 1905, is also abundant, with gas strikes made in all 77 of Oklahoma's counties. Oklahoma also has abundant natural beauty, rivers, mountains, and streams.

Farms, Farmland, and Rural Real Estate

Oklahoma has acres of farms and farmland for sale. The rich soil is ideal for farming. Oklahoma has ranches, farms, hunting land, timber land, and recreational land. Its diverse terrain means there is just about every type of land available. Properties range from small residential plots to sprawling estates with thousands of acres.

Oklahoma Industry

Not surprisingly, Oklahoma's top industry is agriculture and farming. There are also manufacturing and service sectors that are poised for renewal and growth.

Agriculture

Beef is Oklahoma's number one livestock product. It is the 5th leading producer of beef in the United States, and the production of beef cattle is Oklahoma's top income producing industries. Other important livestock products include:

  • Hogs
  • Young chickens or broilers
  • Dairy products
  • Chicken eggs
  • Sheep and lamb
  • Turkeys
  • Farm-raised catfish

The top agricultural crop in Oklahoma is wheat. In fact, it is the fourth largest producer of wheat in the nation. Other agricultural products include:

  • Hay
  • Cotton
  • Soybeans
  • Corn for grain
  • Peanuts
  • Watermelons
  • Pecans
  • Grain Sorghum
  • Rye

Mining

Oklahoma ranks as one of the most important producers of oil and natural gas in the nation. It is also the only state that produces Iodine. Petroleum, coal, crushed stone, sand and gravel are also mined.

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