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NAME OF PROPERTY: Vista View 135-jc
PRICE PER ACRE: $2,250.00
ACREAGE: 135 Acres
LOCATION: 1/2 Mile West of McAlester, OK
CLOSEST TOWN: McAlester, Oklahoma
ACCESS: Oil Road with Easement
TOPOGRAPHY: Slightly Sloping to Sloping, Rugged.
WATER: Multiple small run-off creeks.
WILDLIFE: Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Native Species.
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL Yes.
You saw it right, this excellent recreational property is located only minutes from downtown McAlester. The property consists of Hardwood Forest, mostly rugged terrain and a gentle slope toward the peak of Bald Mountain. The Deer, Turkey and Squirrel are plentiful and well fed with acorns and browse. Several small run-off creeks provide water and the possibility of digging one or several ponds. The property is well covered with Oak but easily navigable on foot or even with a small ATV. The proximity to town makes this parcel a consideration for one or multiple building sites. If you are in the market for hunting place close enough to town to enjoy morning and evening and possibly one day build on, your search may be over. Give Joel a call.
NAME OF PROPERTY: River View Ranch 267-jc
PRICE PER ACRE: $2,595.51
ACREAGE: 267 Acres
LOCATION: 80 mi. E. of Tulsa, 60 mi. W. of Fayetteville
CLOSEST TOWN: Tahlequah, Oklahoma
ACCESS: State Highway 10
TOPOGRAPHY: Sloping mountainside to level valley floor.
IMPROVEMENTS: 3 Barns, shed, shop, corrals, mobile home.
HOME SQFT: 960
FORAGE: Bermuda, Fescue, Native Grass Mix.
CAPACITY: 40 to 50 Cow-calf Pairs.
WATER: 2 Ponds, 2 Creeks, 4 Live Springs.
WILDLIFE: Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Waterfowl.
UTILITIES: Rural Electricity, Domestic Well.
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL Excellent.
Beautiful 267 acre Combination Ranch located in the Illinois River Valley. This once in a lifetime offering includes approximately 229 acres of pasture and wildlife habitat on the mountainside West of Hwy 10 and 38 acres of hay meadow in the fertile, loamy bottomland on the East side of the highway. The ranch is well watered with 2 ponds, 2 creeks, and 4 live springs. Improvements include a relatively new mobile home, shop, shed and 3 large barns, one of which houses the working facilities. The upper elevation of the mountain is primarily wildlife habitat with a mix of Walnut, Pecan and Oak providing plenty of cover and winter feed for the plentiful Deer and Turkey. I should be using more adjectives to describe this place but suffice it to say that everything is here and it is gorgeous! Give Joel a call and come have a look for yourself!