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Cabin By The Lake is located in southwestern Lincoln County just to the north of McLoud, OK. The property includes a beautiful log sided cabin with a screened in porch overlooking a 17+/- acre spring-fed lake. The ranch is within a reasonable drive to McLoud, Harrah, Shawnee or the OKC metro and easily accessible via a county maintained road. Come enjoy the rolling wooded terrain and beautiful sunsets, or build a fire and enjoy the moon's reflection on the lake.
*McLoud, OK... 7 mi
*Harrah, OK... 7.5 mi
*Meeker, OK... 9 mi
*Shawnee, OK... 20 mi
*Midwest City, OK... 24 mi
*Oklahoma City, OK... 30 mi
*Edmond, OK... 39 mi
School Distrct: White Rock
Access: Gravel County Road
*17+/- acre spring fed lake
*Approximately 40.7+/- inches of annual precipitation
*Average growing season is 207 days
*Average fall first freeze is October 28th
*Average spring last freeze is April 3rd
Minerals: *No Minerals Owned By Seller
*Rio Grande Wild Turkeys
*150 +/- feet of elevation change
*Scenic wooded views especially looking across the lake at sunset
*Very accessible with trails throughout
Located just 35 minutes east of Oklahoma City near McLoud, this property is a beautiful combination of hardwoods, a spring-fed lake, and cabin perfect for the part-time resident.
The centerpiece of this property is a 17 +/- acre lake adorned with a quaint 560+/- sqft 1 bedroom log sided cabin that boasts a screened in porch that is approximately 300 sqft. The cabin is on the eastern side of the lake and faces the west. The lake's tailwaters flow most of the year and create a small creek below the dam. With some management, this water could be used for irrigating a food plot or flooding a wetland area for waterfowl.
West of the lake and below the dam, hardwoods permeate the hillsides and bottomlands. Within the oak stand, deep draws provide travel corridors for whitetail deer and the abundant overstory produces mast for a variety of wildlife. On the hilltop, the oak abruptly stops and creates a fantastic edge that could be cultivated as a food plot. As the hill folds over to the west, native grasses dominate the open space to the property's edge.
Numerous brush piles have been established in the lake providing dense cover for the various species of fish. You don't have to be an avid outdoorsman to enjoy a beautiful view or scenic walking trail. Come experience the peacefulness for yourself!