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The Hawkins 397 is a turnkey ranch located in a very fertile part of northcentral Caddo County. The property has been in the family for generations and was previously operated as an irrigated farm. Three irrigation wells exist and two of the wells are still permitted through the Oklahoma Water Resource Board (OWRB). Currently, the land is operated as a ranch and leased to a local tenant that runs cattle and farms the wheat. The house is also rented but to a separate tenant. The landscape boasts approximately 90+/- acres of cultivation, 205+/- acres of improved Bermuda, and the balance in native pasture, native timber, and Love grass. A spring meanders through the eastern portion of the property for roughly 1/2 a mile traveling through an abandoned section line road. Potential exists to create a sizeable pond by damming up the flowing water from the spring. There is also a strong possibility of creating significant waterfowl habitat to attract the tens of thousands of ducks and geese that winter on nearby Ft. Cobb lake annually. Deer sign is prevalent all over the property, especially near the shelter belts and around the wooded areas. This is a fertile, productive and game-rich property that has been managed very intentionally by the tenant.
*Downtown Oklahoma City---81 miles
*Paved County Road (West Boundary)
*Dirt County Road (South Boundary)
*3 Irrigation Wells (2 Permitted with OWRB)
*3 Domestic Wells (1 for the home, 2 for livestock)
*Average Annual Rainfall...32.13 inches
*Growing Season...208 days
*Lookeba Sickles School District
*Gently Rolling with a mixture of well established Bermuda, wheat pasture and native grass
*2,070+/- sqft brick home (3 bed, 1 3/4 bath with fireplace and sunroom)
*2,400 +/- sqft metal barn with concrete floor and electricity
*Detached 2 car garage
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