Marshall County, Oklahoma Land Information
Formerly known as Kiamichi Country but now renamed to Choctaw Country to honor the area's Native American tribe, Southeast Oklahoma is a region that's characterized by the sprawling hills, woodlands and wilderness areas of Ouachita National Forest. With 12 state parks and close to a million acres of public lands, the area is popular for hunting, fishing and other outdoor pursuits. The value of all land for sale in Oklahoma's Marshall County recently was $5 million, representing just over 900 acres of land for sale in Marshall County. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, the average price ($215,058) of farms, ranches and other land for sale in Marshall County was 64 percent cheaper than the state average for other Oklahoma land and property currently listed for sale on Land And Farm. Located in South Oklahoma, Marshall County is Oklahoma's 77th biggest county (371 square miles). Land for sale in Marshall County accounts for less than one percent of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the Cowboy Country based on combined acreage. Residential Property was the most common type of land for sale
in Marshall County, including homes for retirement, primary residence and vacation getaways. Most farming activity in Marshall County is focused on crop production. The county is considered popular among retirees. From an economic perspective, manufacturing and related services are the main sectors in Marshall County. To find more land for sale in Oklahoma
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