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Pine Ridge Ranch
#OK386039
Atoka, Oklahoma
2,966.00 acres
Located on Highway 43 in Atoka County in Southeastern Oklahoma, the 2,966+/- acre Pine Ridge Ranch is a beautiful piece of managed and certified forested property. The ranch features an abundance of streams, an immense and carefully stocked & managed trophy fishing lake, livestock ponds, fenced food plots, a fully appointed cabin, and a well-planned road system that takes you within a reasonable distance to all points on the ranch. Location: *Stringtown, OK ---9.5 miles *Atoka, OK ---18 miles *Oklahoma City, OK ---143 miles *Tulsa, OK ---127 miles *Dallas, TX---143 miles *Paris, TX---75 miles Access: *On Oklahoma Hwy 43 *9 miles west of Indian Nation Turnpike *9.5 miles east of US Highway 69 Water: *16+/- acre lake 25 feet deep *18 livestock ponds *Ray Hollow *Peacock Hollow *Potapo Creek *Chickasaw Creek Improvements: *Perimeter fenced-except southern 200+/- ac *Cross fenced *Set of working pens *Cabin *22 +/- miles of ranch roads, some graveled *14 food plots 9 of which are fully fenced Climate: *Approximately 43+/- inches of annual precipitation *Average growing season is 220 days *Average fall first freeze is November 6th *Average spring last freeze is March 30th Utilities: *Electricity Wildlife: *Whitetail Deer *Bobwhite Quail *Eastern Wild Turkey *Ducks *Dove *Black Bear *Wild pigs Fishing: *Largemouth Bass *Smallmouth Bass *Walleye *Perch *Catfish Terrain: *Approximately 300 feet of elevation change *Rugged scenic terrain located in the southern Ouachita Mountain range General Description: With abundant forests and inspiring elevation changes, Pine Ridge Ranch in Atoka County lives up to its name. Near Stringtown, Oklahoma, Pine Ridge lays a short two and half hours from Oklahoma City and Dallas. This piece of scenic mountain country is in the heart of the Ouachita Mountain range and is a property that couples beautiful scenery with distinctive income potentials. Pine Ridge is an immense, unbroken piece of property. At 2,966+/- acres, the ranch is full of strategic improvements that make it ready to use. It lies along 1.3 miles of paved frontage and has approximately 25 miles of interior roads and trails that make most of the property easily accessible even in inclement weather. One of the key strengths of the property is its scenic beauty with an abundance of topographic relief. At the property's low point the elevation is approximately720 feet above sea level. Throughout the ranch, the hills rise dramatically and create 340+/- feet of elevation change to a peak elevation of 1,060 feet above sea level. Shortleaf Pine trees dominate most of the landscape but they share the canvas with native grass and beautiful rock outcroppings. Interspersed throughout the pines are plentiful mast-producing trees like post oak, blackjack oak, red oak, water oak, hickory, and persimmon. Approximately 45 years ago Nelson Bunker Hunt owned this property and chained the timber to clear it for cattle grazing. Over time the native pine grew back and in the early 90's Stream Natural Resources purchased this property along with 10's of thousands of forested acres from the Hunt bankruptcy. Shortly thereafter the land was placed into a thoughtful and strategic timber management plan. The shortleaf pine resource on Pine Ridge is now a healthy mix of young and mature trees with an understory that's managed for optimum wildlife habitat and healthy tree growth. Healthy tree growth and a proportioned timber age structure allows for incremental cash flow from periodic timber harvesting. This is maintained through common timber management practices such as prescribed burning and timber thinning which are outlined in a detailed management plan. This plan was developed by the forester in cooperation with the owner to incorporate the defined long-term goals. In the valleys of Pine Ridge, abundant water flows as Ray Hollow, Peacock Hollow,Potapo Creek, and Chickasaw Creek run through the property. Since the ranch lies in an area where nearly 43 inches of rain falls annually, water running across the ranch is a given. As such, the rainfall supports 18 ponds built to provide livestock water. On numerous occasions the Seller has stocked one of the ponds with trout for the enjoyment of family & friends visiting the ranch. The property's centerpiece, however, is a picturesque 16+/- acre lake with over a mile of shoreline - much of which is walk-able and makes fishing from the bank possible. Built and engineered in 2008, the lake is a well-planned asset. It features planned integration of submerged structure that supports healthy populations of game fish like largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleye and perch. While smallmouth and walleye are not common to this type of impoundment the owner felt it would be possible for these fish to survive in the deep lake. Not only have they survived but they have done very well and continue to show growth when cataloged during periodic fish surveys. The owner has also kept detailed records of the date and quantity of every species of fish and bait-fish introduced into the lake. This kind of documentation is very helpful and beneficial but it's also extremely rare to find an owner that would go to this kind of effort. Another feature of the lake that makes it desirable to a variety of ducks and geese migrating through each fall and winter are the diverse open deep water, shallow water and backwater sloughs. The tapestry of the timber, water, prairies, and food plots blend seamlessly to support healthy populations of whitetail deer, black bear, bobwhite quail, eastern wild turkeys, rabbits, wild pigs and mourning doves. Wildlife enthusiasts will appreciate the 14 developed food plots throughout the ranch and the fact that nine of the food plots are fenced to exclude livestock. Management of the deer herd has been paramount through participation in the DMAP program (over 15 years) with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife. There have also been specific clearing on the ranch to improve quail habitat which has proven to be especially beneficial and rewarding. Bobwhite's were once more common to this area before the land was transformed by the timber that now dominates the landscape. As habitat is provided the quail have continued to repopulate. Livestock raisers will like the fact that the mountains and valleys are grazable due to good perimeter fencing and a set of generously sized, all steel working pens that lie at the ranch's main entrance. Currently, the property is leased for cattle but the lease can be terminated for a new owner. At the edge of the woods near the entrance gate is a fully appointed cabin that features a wraparound deck, fire pit, and plenty of parking. The cabin is perched on the side of a mountain with a beautiful view to the north. Additional space next to the cabin has also been prepared with all the essentials for multiple RV hookups to accommodate additional guests. In all, Pine Ridge Ranch is a beautiful, income-producing property that's usable year-round. The area in which the ranch lies is a uniquely beautiful and ecologically important piece of Southeastern Oklahoma. So much so, the State of Oklahoma recognizes its value and conserves well over 45,000+/- combined acres in the nearby McGee Creek Natural Scenic Recreation Area, and contiguous Wildlife Management areas. Come here and hunt, fish, hike, mountain bike, camp, or just sit on the deck and sip coffee while listening to the wind blowing through the whispering pines while turkeys call from the wooded ridges. This ranch is steeped in seclusion. While many properties are described as having potential, Pine Ridge's potential is already realized through a long history of thoughtful, hands-on management, strategic improvements, and careful conservation of her abundant natural resources. Keep in mind that the professional forester that has been managing the ranch for well over a decade can continue to oversee the property making the transition to a new owner seamless. If you are not already on the Legendary Land Company website, please follow the "Property Website" link.
$3,850,000
Weems Ranch
#OK386052
Seminole, Oklahoma
1,030.00 acres
The Weems Ranch is perfectly located in a high rainfall area along Highway 3E halfway between Seminole and Shawnee on the Seminole & Pottawatomie County line. Highway 3E divides the ranch into two productive tracts that are available as one contiguous ranch or separately. The west acreage is 574+/- acres and the east side includes 456+/- acres. Water is extremely abundant on this property. Approximately 1.5+/- miles of Turkey Creek crosses the west side, multiple drainages meander through the east tract and collectively there are 17 ponds scattered throughout. According to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, a rural water line runs along Highway 3E which is in the Pottawatomie Rural Water District #2. This is a very productive ranch with a mix of both improved and native grasses. With road frontage on all sides of the ranch, it is extremely accessible which is helpful for both checking cattle and hay production. The headquarters have everything you would need, including outdoor working facilities, equipment barns, office, and feed bunks. Direct access to the working facilities makes transporting cattle in and out of the headquarters extremely efficient and convenient. This is a beautiful ranch positioned in a desirable area of central Oklahoma not far from several thriving communities. Location: *Seminole---8 miles *Shawnee---10 miles *Oklahoma City---50 miles *Tulsa---85 miles *Fort Smith---145 miles *Dallas/Ft. Worth---205 miles Access: *Highway 3E divides the property *County roads border the property on several sides Water: *Rural Water *1.5+/- miles of Turkey Creek Frontage *17 ponds (8 west of Hwy 3E, 9 east of Hwy 3E) Utilities: *Electric Climate for Seminole County: According to the Oklahoma Climatological Survey... Average Annual Precipitation 41+/- inches Average Growing Season...217 days Minerals: Surface Only Wildlife: *Whitetail Deer *Rio Grande Wild Turkey *Waterfowl *Dove Fishing: *Bass *Sunfish *Catfish Terrain: *60+/- feet of elevation change *Gently rolling terrain mostly open with wooded tree-lined creek and drainage areas *Mixture of grass pasture and hay meadows Improvements: *Cross-fenced into 17 pastures/hay meadows *West side of Hwy 3E...outdoor working facilities, equipment shop, office, silo, feed bunks *East side of Hwy 3E...pipe entry off of the highway, metal skinned horse or cattle barn with pipe fence and alley to multiple pastures
$3,605,000
Unmatched Hunting Property In Northwest Oklahoma
#OK272554
Harper, Oklahoma
1,791.00 acres
PRICE REDUCED! Here’s an unmatched opportunity to buy over 8 miles of Cimarron River Frontage just a few miles from the Kansas border!! Having a chance to own this amount of Cimarron river frontage is absolutely unheard-of, and very likely can’t be duplicated. It’s like you’ve carved out the best of the best acreage from a much larger ranch. You just won’t find a ranch in the entire state for sale, with this much whitetail habitat, on an unheard-of 8 miles of Cimarron River. It’s no secret, the Cimarron River bottoms have excellent whitetail genetics, and have continuously produced giant deer for decades. The owners have just built a new 1,800 sq/ft lodge with 2-bedrooms, 2-baths, and 2-car garage. The lodge sits atop a 150 ft. caprock bluff overlooking the River, hosting a view that is second to none. There’s a 1,400-acre hunting-lease included through 2024, giving a buyer almost 3,200 Acres in one block. In addition, there’s another 800 acres and 3000 acres of Hunting Lease potential. The ranch offers trophy whitetail, large Rio Grande Turkey flocks, pheasant, and banner quail numbers. It’s been extensively managed for the past 6 seasons, and the mature age-structure of the bucks is second to none. Given the long river-layout of the ranch, it hunts double its size, and allows a buyer to hold a larger density of deer, as well as manage and protect a much larger area than its 1,791 acres defines. There are 5 – Food Plots planted to a variety of crops including milo, wheat, turnips, peas, and brassicas. There are 4-Large Shooting Houses overlooking the food plots. There’s 5 - 1000lb protein/broadcast feeders and a 20-ton grain-bin is included to store corn and mineral. The ranch has great fence, mostly brand new. Although secluded, the Lodge-acreage has easy access while bordering Hwy.64. Don’t hesitate to contact Steve to schedule a private showing of this one-of-a-kind ranch!!!
$3,573,685
Gladney River Ranch
#OK387776
Love, Oklahoma
1,696.00 acres
Gladney River Ranch is a mixed use property along the Red River in extreme southern Love County with excellent duck / deer hunting and fertile cattle pastures, as well as income producing mining and 100% of owned minerals rights available. This area is known for producing some exceptional whitetail deer, as well as large flocks of wild turkeys. The sloughs and sand lake hold literally thousands of migrating mallards each fall that feed at nearby peanut fields. Location: *Thackerville, OK - 2.5 miles *Oklahoma City - 127 miles *DFW - 61 miles Access: *County road frontage *Only 5 miles into Oklahoma on I-35 Water: *Nine Ponds *2.5 miles of Red River frontage *Numerous natural springs *Natural duck hunting sloughs *110 acre sand pit lake Utilities: *Rural water meter *Electric meter *Water well Climate: *+/-36 in. of average annual rainfall Minerals: *100% of owned minerals available Wildlife: *Whitetail Deer *Rio Grande Wild Turkey *Wild Hogs *Waterfowl *Dove Fishing: *Catfish *Bass *Sunfish *Gar *Sand Bass Terrain: *Fertile sandy loam soils *Rolling hills provide exceptional views of the Red River Valley *Thick pasture with intermixed timber *Spring-fed, Hardwood draws *Over 190' of elevation change *Hundreds of producing Native Pecan trees *Natural sloughs with plenty of locations to build additional waterfowl impoundments Improvements: *Well maintained original Farm House *Bunkhouse *Multiple Barns *Cattle Pens *Fenced and cross-fenced *Metal building and scales associated with sand mine Equipment: *NA If you are not already on the Legendary Land Company website, please follow the "Property Website" link. When purchasing a property listed by Legendary Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property in order to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation, if any, will be at the sole discretion of Legendary Land Company.
$3,550,000
17022 W Grandview Road
#OK437343
Cherokee, Oklahoma
118.00 acres
PRIME TAHLEQUAH PROPERTY ON GRANDVIEW ROAD. 118 ACRES M/L OF PASTURE LAND W/ SOME WOODED CLUSTERS W/ VIEWS OF TOWN SITTING ON BOTH SIDES OF SH-51. UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES FOR BOTH RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL GROWTH. NOT CURRENTLY ZONED. MINUTES TO GRANDVIEW SCHOOL. NO VALUE GIVEN TO CURRENT STRUCTURES.
$3,500,000
17022 W Grandview Road
#OK378209
Cherokee, Oklahoma
118.00 acres
PRIME TAHLEQUAH PROPERTY ON GRANDVIEW ROAD. 118 ACRES M/L OF PASTURE LAND W/ SOME WOODED CLUSTERS W/ VIEWS OF TOWN SITTING ON BOTH SIDES OF SH-51. UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES FOR BOTH RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL GROWTH. NOT CURRENTLY ZONED. MINUTES TO GRANDVIEW SCHOOL. NO VALUE GIVEN TO CURRENT STRUCTURES.
$3,500,000
17022 W Grandview Road
#OK444080
Cherokee, Oklahoma
118.00 acres
PRIME TAHLEQUAH PROPERTY ON GRANDVIEW ROAD. 118 ACRES M/L OF PASTURE LAND W/ SOME WOODED CLUSTERS W/ VIEWS OF TOWN SITTING ON BOTH SIDES OF SH-51. UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES FOR BOTH RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL GROWTH. NOT CURRENTLY ZONED. MINUTES TO GRANDVIEW SCHOOL. NO VALUE GIVEN TO CURRENT STRUCTURES.
$3,500,000
AVAILABLE AGAIN !!!!! Commercial BUILDING Reinvestment Opportunity Choctaw County, OK 16 AC
#OK437232
Choctaw, Oklahoma
16.00 acres
AVAILABLE AGAIN!!!!!!! Amazing One-Of-A-KIND reinvestment opportunity located in Southeastern Oklahoma on 2815 East Jackson Street in Hugo, Choctaw County. Sitting on 16 acres this 2002 built amazing structure was originally designed as a 60 bed rehabilitation, long-term care and acute care facility providing services to all of Southeaster Oklahoma and the surrounding areas. It's only 9 miles to the Texas state line which open this centrally located facility to numerous joint venture possibilities With minimal restructure this facility could be converted to an assisted living; skilled nursing facility; cooperative physical therapy outpatient clinic; additional redesign could even convert this into a combination of retail and closed facility services. Sufficient capacity of utilities; additional acreage for expansion; nestled in a safe and natural environment this property is begging for the right investor to realize his dreams with minimal investment. Feature Breakdown: Location: 2815 Easy Jackson Street Hugo, Oklahoma 74743. Construction Year: 2002. Sq. Ft.: 52,545.00 Primary Facility Ask About More acreage available! Est. Annual Taxes: 4,463.618 Access: East Jackson Street County Road East 2078 State HWY 70 Topography: 16 acres is the location of the primary facility site and an additional surrounding area consists of rolling terrain of native grasses with tree cover which had been contoured along the northwest property line to that provided the original level building pad for the primary facility. Additional acreage is available upon request and price negotiation. Proximity: 26.1 miles to Paris Texas 53 miles to Durant Oklahoma 117 miles to N. Dallas What I Like about the Property: Building is one of kind in S.E. Oklahoma with so much potential for any Medical field or Health and Leisure business. Multiple entry ways into the building so each business can have there own private entry. Top of the line physical therapy room with pool for hydro therapy. If you are looking for a luxury assistant living or any other medical business this property is one of a kind in the area. Large kitchen and dining area with all the equipment for a turn key business. There's so much more information about this amazing property, please call Michael Daniels Agent @ 580-317-3412 or 580-326-8867 today!
$3,500,000
Batson Ranch
#OK406737
Love, Oklahoma
1,180.00 acres
Batson Ranch is a fertile and productive cattle ranch with strategically designed crossfencing, which divides 11 pastures of Bermuda grass, cultivated winter pasture and hayfields. Location: *Ardmore, OK --- 32 miles *Marietta, OK --- 16 miles *Oklahoma City, OK --- 128 miles *DFW --- 83 miles Access: *Three gates from County Roads *Paved County Road frontage Improvements: *Forman's Home - 1200 sf modular home *20,000 sf working pens *50' x 50' metal barn *Fenced and crossfenced into 11 pastures Water: *Two Water Wells *3 ponds *Natural Springs *4 plumbed water troughs for livestock watering Utilities: *Electricity *Septic System *Water Well Climate: *Approximately 38+/- inches of annual precipitation Minerals: *Surface Only Wildlife: *Whitetail Deer *Wild Turkey *Dove *Waterfowl Terrain: *Rolling with sandy and sandy-loam soils *Bermudagrass *Tillable farm fields *Scattered Oak Timber *Elevation ranges from approximately 790 feet to 950 Equipment & Cattle: *Not included If you are not already on the Legendary Land Company website, please follow the "Property Website" link. When purchasing a property listed by Legendary Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property in order to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation, if any, will be at the sole discretion of Legendary Land Company.
$3,422,000
Hwy 51 Broken Arrow OK 74014
#OK437485
Wagoner, Oklahoma
37.00 acres
HIGH VISIBILITY PROPERTY! Creek 51 is a new 90 acre light industrial business park located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, on the east side of Tulsa. The project is strategically located at the southwest corner of the Creek Turnpike and Highway 51. The project will include retail, office/warehouse, light manufacturing, and distribution facilities.
$3,292,265