This exceptionally productive combination ranch has a stocking rate of approximatley 350 pair. It has county road access at two points and an additional easement if you wanted to subdivide the property and have three different access points. The 1285 acres may be purchased with an additional 265 acres about 4 miles down the road. The 1285 acres sports a large set of steel working pens, with barns, sorting pens, and traps. There is electricity and water at the headquarters. With at least 15 pastures, you have the option to rotate the livestock. Fencing is in good to very good condition. The water supply to the pastures is either by ponds or streams. The forage is primarily Bermuda Grass, Fescue, Lespedeza, Bahia, and native grasses. Large hardwoods provide shade for the cattle and cover for wildlife. The property has some frontage on Little River. There may be some harvestable timber. A timber cruise could determine the amount of timber viable for harvest. At a stocking rate of 350 pair this ranch is priced at $8,445.00 per pair, well under most ranches in the area. Call Sandy Brock Bahe with any questions or to view this productive property at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND. (See the Garvin Ranch 265, for information on the additional land.)
Name of Property: Broken Bow Development 178 acres
Acreage: 178 Acres
Location: 20 Min. S of Hochatown, OK, 3 hrs N of Dallas
Closest Town: Broken Bow, OK
Access: Paved County Road
Topography: Gently rolling to rolling
Improvements: Home, barn, shop, fencing, ponds
Water: Ponds and beautiful seasonal stream
Wildlife: Whitetail deer, turkey, squirrels, dove, etc.
Utilities: Rural water, electric, septic system
Development Potential: Opportunity and HUB Zones
This 178 acres is located, in both a HUB Zone and an Opportunity Zone, at the gateway to Hochatown, Oklahoma, just northwest of Broken Bow. The development boom is in full swing and the opportunities are tremendous. Broken Bow is touted as being the 2nd fastest growing tourist destination in the U. S. and is a popular destination for visitors from many surrounding and distant states. Current census has available rentals at 1800, up from 600 in 2018. The majority of these rentals are well appointed with hot tubs, shuffleboard, grills, decks, fire pits, fireplaces and other amenities.
The terrain is flat to gently rolling forests and meadows. Large hardwoods add character, and appeal to the property, and provide privacy breaks. There are also open grass areas amenable to commercial or entertainment venue development without having to clear timber. Four ponds and a meandering seasonal stream are in place to add ambiance to multiple building locations. Located conveniently for visitors coming in from the south, east or west, as Google Maps is already directing traffic past the property from the west in route to Hochatown. There is one 2080 sq. ft. home on the land, as well as a barn and shop. An additional adjoining 170 acres is also for sale at the same price per acre. (See the Broken Bow Development 170).
Utilities: A six-inch water main line and a 2.5-inch line run along the north boundary; Electricity is already at multiple locations on the land. Oklahoma Natural Gas has a main line just west of the property.
Access: Paved County Road frontage along the north boundary. The property lies 1.25 miles west of State Highway 259, and ¾ mile East of State Highway 3.
Zoning: The property is located outside city limits and is not restricted by zoning.
Existing Structures (house): 2080 sq. ft. home. One barn and one shop building.
Taxes: $2,743.66 (current/year)
Area attractions: Sited in the foothills of southeastern Oklahoma, the Ouachita National Forest contains the beautiful Kiamichi Mountains and Beavers Bend State Park. Within the park is the 14,000 acre Broken Bow Lake which is 22 miles in length, beautifully nestled within the foothills with Pine timber lining the shorelines. The lake provides activities such as kayaking, boating, canoeing, swimming, skiing, fishing (including Trout below the dam), and other water sports. Relax and refresh at one of the many restaurants, gift shops, wine tasting venues, Beaver’s Bend Mining Company, The Maze (a 29,000 sq. ft. outdoor wooden maze), Cedar Bluff Nature Trail, Forest Heritage Tree Trail along Beaver Creek, Forest Heritage Center, David Boren Hiking Trail (and many smaller trails), horseback riding, miniature golf, ziplining, and mountain biking. In the Fall make sure you take a drive through the majestic Talimena National Scenic Byway to view the beautiful colors of season.
Hochatown, OK – 8 miles
Dallas, TX-3 hours
Oklahoma City, OK -3.75 hours
Springfield, MO- 5.5 hours
Fayetteville, AR-3.1 hours
Texarkana, TX – 1.5 hours
Tyler, TX- 2.5 hours
Shreveport, LA-2.5 hours
Denton, TX- 3.2 hours
Ft. Smith, AR- 2.2 hours
Tulsa, OK- 3.15 hours
Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND.
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