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Kiowa County, Oklahoma Undeveloped Land Information
Browse all Kiowa County undeveloped land for sale on Land And Farm to find your next commercial property or land investment. The total value of 96 acres of undeveloped land recently listed for sale in Kiowa County, Oklahoma, was $325,000. The price of undeveloped land for sale in Kiowa County is over twice the average price of other undeveloped land listed for sale in other counties in the state. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Kiowa County is farm. Of the 77 counties in the Sooner State, Kiowa County is 18th in terms of its size (649,745 acres). Kiowa County is in the Southwest region. An area of grassland, gently rolling hills and vast prairies, Southwest Oklahoma is perhaps best characterized by the image of grazing bison and pioneer wagon trains. With a climate that's slightly wetter than adjacent West Texas, Southwest Oklahoma also features a number of distinct geological creases called sky islands that are considered by some to be remnants of the oldest mountain ranges in the world.


Kiowa County, Oklahoma Undeveloped Land Information
Browse all Kiowa County undeveloped land for sale on Land And Farm to find your next commercial property or land investment. The total value of 96 acres of undeveloped land recently listed for sale in Kiowa County, Oklahoma, was $325,000. The price of undeveloped land for sale in Kiowa County is over twice the average price of other undeveloped land listed for sale in other counties in the state. The most common type of land for sale by combined acreage in Kiowa County is farm. Of the 77 counties in the Sooner State, Kiowa County is 18th in terms of its size (649,745 acres). Kiowa County is in the Southwest region. An area of grassland, gently rolling hills and vast prairies, Southwest Oklahoma is perhaps best characterized by the image of grazing bison and pioneer wagon trains. With a climate that's slightly wetter than adjacent West Texas, Southwest Oklahoma also features a number of distinct geological creases called sky islands that are considered by some to be remnants of the oldest mountain ranges in the world.