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The Williford 260 is a diverse ranch that ranges from tillable upland hay meadows to bottom land riparian areas on both the Eastern and Western boundaries. This property has been under continuous ownership since the early 1900's and has been managed under holistic grazing practices. Both Hauani and Little Hauani Creeks cross the property and they go on to converge just south of this tract on the adjoining Corp of Engineers property around Lake Texoma.
*Oklahoma City - 134 miles
*DFW - 107 miles
*Ardmore - 22 miles
*Madill - 11 miles
*1.5 miles of Roy Orr Road Frontage
*Rural water available all along the road
*Electricity available all along the road
*11 small ponds
*2 creeks - Hauani Creek and Little Hauani Creek
*2 acre lake
*Approximately 38" +/- inches of annual precipitation
*Sandy Loam Soils
*Mixed pastures with Bermuda grass and Native grasses
*Native Pecan trees & fertile bottom land
*Topography ranging from 630'-700'
*Old set of cattle pens
*There are two small older farm houses which are being retained by the family. A Right of First Refusal will be granted to the new owners of the 250 acres.
Situated in Western Marshall County, the Hauani Creek Overlook is located just minutes from the convergence of Hauani Creek and Lake Texoma. This ranch has been owned and operated by the same family since the early 1900's with an emphasis on soil quality and preserving natural habitat. The abundance of wildlife on this property is the true indicator of their success through being diligent stewards of the land. The ranch is home to an abundance of Rio Grande turkeys that roost in the giant Sycamore trees that border both sides of the property, and there is no shortage of whitetail deer in the area. The livestock opportunities for this property are excellent with eleven ponds, two fenced hay meadows and plenty of Bermuda and Native grasses with cross fencing for rotational grazing. Scattered timber and rolling topography make for ideal calving grounds with plenty of wind breaks as well as shade for those hot summer days. If 250 acres is not enough area to roam and explore, the Southern border is the beginning of thousands of acres of contiguous Corps of Engineers land that the owners can access for hunting, fishing & camping.
The owners are open to subdividing the property into smaller tracts ranging from 20 to 50 acres in size. In the event smaller tracts are sold, there will be deed restrictions put in place to exclude mobile homes and commercial cannabis activity.
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