Gentry Creek Farm is located south of Council Hill, OK, just 10 miles west of Checotah and 60 miles south of Tulsa. This 65 acre farm has approximately 15 acres of timber and food plots and 50 acres of open pasture and hay meadow. The property extends almost a half mile east of the county road frontage and borders U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land that wraps around an arm of Lake Eufaula that reaches north toward the farm. In fact, Gentry Creek Farm is less than a mile from lake shore through the Corps land.
The property comes complete with a comfortable 3 bed 2 bath, 1850 sq ft house with attached 1500 sq ft shop building. This would be the perfect spot for a family hangout on the weekends. This low maintenance home won't keep you working instead of having fun with the friends and family. A 30 foot long, above ground pool and deck is located just south of the house.
The property generally slopes southwest toward the lake with an elevation change of 40 feet. Of the 50 acres of open ground, the soils types present are ranked as suitable for moderate to intense farming. This allows you lots of options from gardening, cutting hay or having some farm animals. Currently, the hay meadow is being cut twice a year and produces more than 50 large bales each cutting.
As you move to the rear of the property, you pass a 1/2 acre pond that has been recently deepened and is stocked with largemouth bass. Beyond that, a great food plot with scattered pecan trees sits nestled along the border with the Corps land. Consequently, you can pull wildlife from a much larger area onto the property. It's not unusual for four or five deer and multiple turkeys to be taken off the food plot each year.
Also, if your family is into playing on the lake, the Lake Eufaula boat ramp is only 3 miles away and the shop would be the perfect place to leave your boat. You can leave everything there and just show up for the weekend to have fun hunting, fishing or just hanging out on the Nofire Farm. If you are looking for a great spot for your family and friends, please call Kelly Hurt