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Mill Creek Retreat

Status: Under Contract
Price: $395,000
Acres: 75 +/-
Price Per Acre: $5,267
County: Johnston
Type: Hunting Land, Recreational Land, Residential Property, Riverfront
City, State: Mill Creek, Oklahoma
Zipcode: 74856
Latitude: 34.377670
Longitude: -96.836660
Broker: Trevor Potts
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1.5

Description

Mill Creek Retreat is a quaint recreational ranch situated on renowned Mill Creek, which is a spring-fed creek flowing year-round out of the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer. A perfectly situated log cabin provides an ideal get-away with boundless outdoor opportunities.

Location:

*Mill Creek --- 3 miles

*Davis ---- 25 miles

*OKC ---102 miles

*DFW ---122 miles

Access:

*County road

Water:

*Three small ponds

* "live" Mill Creek

Utilities:

*Water

*Electric Meter

*Septic System

Climate:

* +/-38 in. of average annual rainfall

Minerals:

*Surface only

Wildlife:

*Whitetail Deer

*Rio Grande Wild Turkey

*Wild Hogs

*Dove

*Waterfowl

Fishing:

*Bass

*Catfish

*Crappie, Bluegill

Terrain:

*Rolling hardwoods mixed with large granite outcrops

*Falling into hardwood bottomland

Equipment:

*Small tractor and implements included

Improvements:

* +/-2,000 square foot log cabin

*3 bedroom

*1.5 bathrooms

*Kitchen

*Living room

*Screened porch.

General description:

Mill Creek Retreat is a secluded outdoor escape featuring a rustic log cabin overlooking the huge granite outcrops unique to this area. Frontage on crystal-clear Mill Creek is a highly sought-after location that rarely hits the open market.

Although small, the thick rolling terrain gives the property a much larger feeling, especially when considering the multi-thousand-acre neighboring ranches. Deer, turkey and hogs find sanctuary in the rough native landscape and have been strategically pulled onto the property by maintained feeders, seasonal food plots and a lack of hunting pressure.

They year-round water source provided by Mill Creek has created a well-known fishery for native stream species and a magnet for local wildlife and migrating waterfowl. Huge Bur Oaks, Shumard Oaks, Walnuts, Pecans and Sycamore distinctly separate the brushy, cross timbered uplands rising above the creek bottom.

This hidden oasis provides a welcomed retreat for family and friends from the grind of everyday life.


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