property

Chattanooga 640

Status: Sold
Acres: 640 +/-
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land
City, State: Chattanooga, Oklahoma
County: Cotton
ZIP Code: 73572
Lat/Long: 34.37, -98.5837
Rep: Dan Ward
Taxes: $2,722
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,426
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2

Description

This is a great farm and ranch combo with cultivated land, hay meadows, and grass pasture with working facilities, nice brick home and excellent metal equipment shop. The farm is located on Highway 5 only ten miles west of the H.E. Bailey Turnpike in Cotton County!

Location:
*Chattanooga, OK...11 miles
*Lawton, OK...27 miles
*Wichita Falls, TX...45 miles
*Oklahoma City, OK...114 miles
*Ft. Worth, TX...158 miles

Access:
*Highway 5 is the southern boundary
*County roads border the east and north boundaries

Land Use according to the FSA
*Approximately 241.18 acres are tillable
*Approximately 49.23 acre hay meadow
*Balance in native and improved grass pasture

Water:
*The property has rural water for the house and improvements
*Rural water lines run along the south, east and most of the north boundaries
*7 Ponds
*Sanatag Creek (wet weather creek) runs along the western portion of the property

Utilities:
*Electric

Climate:
*Over 33 inches of Annual Precipitation

Minerals:
*All minerals owned by the seller convey

Wildlife:
*Whitetail Deer
*Wild Hogs
*Waterfowl
*Dove

Terrain:

*Mix of tillable farm ground, hay meadows, and grass pasture
*Approximately 20 feet of elevation change

Improvements:
*3 bed 2 bath home approximately 2,426+/- sqft
*50'x96' shop with concrete floor
*103'x80' Gothic Arched-Roof barn 
*2 sheds with concrete floors
*Numerous grain storage bins

Equipment:
*Hydraulic squeeze chute included

Description:
The Chattanooga 640 is a well put together property with great access along Highway 5 and bordered on two sides by county roads.  Most recently, the tillable land has been in cotton but wheat could be planted for winter grazing in the future.  The improvements are in good shape and the shop is very practical with enough space to store your farm equipment and keep it out of the elements.  A Gothic Arched-Roof barn adds an element of character and nostalgia reminding all that see it of the craftsmanship and effort that was once put into the construction of such structures.  Numerous grain bins are located at the headquarters and easily accessible for use.  Cross-fences separate the pastures and tillable tracts to capitalize on grazing.  This would make a great property for either a stand-alone ranch or as an addition to an exiting operation.

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