160 ACRES MUSKOGEE COUNTY CATTLE/RECREATIONAL RANCH
The "Muskogee 160" will be a dream come true for lucky new owners. Its priced very well, so I do not imagine that it will be on the market long! Do not let this one get away. This ranch is only 12 miles from Hwys 69 & 165 junction at Muskogee, only 60 miles from downtown Tulsa T-Town, 56 miles from downtown McAlester & 130 miles from downtown OKC! Location, location, location!
Whether you are looking for a nice piece of hunting property, want to build a get-away cabin in the woods, build a custom home or want to raise some cattle/livestock this ranch just might be it! There are many great building sites to choose from everywhere you look. Electric and rural water are both available and you can drill a water well too!
The ranch is fenced around the perimeter, good enough to keep the cattle in. In fact, a local rancher is currently leasing it to run cattle. The land is 50/50 clear to wooded the best of both grazing and hunting! The grass is a good mixture of native and Bermuda perfect for any livestock or hay and the deer love it too. Soil is sandy loam and very few rocks, so it will grow most anything. As a bonus, there are two (2) small ponds for livestock and game. With good management and a little brush mowing this awesome 160 acres will be a good all-around ranch. As of September 1, 2019, the property will no longer be under lease.
The woods are typical hardwoods of Oak, Hickory, & other deciduous trees native to Oklahoma. Some of the wooded area is very dense providing excellent cover and protection for deer, turkey and other game. But, the bulk of the woods is more open and spread out with nice pastures scattered throughout the whole property.
This is a fabulous multi-purpose ranch that will fulfill any dreams you harbor, whether you want to build your dream home or a cabin, run cattle, hunt, ride your horses, or use for any recreational purpose-you can do it here!
You owe it to yourself to call Chuck Clark, 580 380 7093 for a personal tour and adventure to see for yourself the Muskogee 160, a rare find. You'll be glad you did.