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Pleasant Valley Ranch is raw piece of land with endless opportunities and great road frontage. The current owners have worked hard to remove cedar trees and scrub brush for more areas to graze and plant food plots. Much of the existing forage is made up of native grasses and left over wheat from the previous fall. The majority of the perimeter is recently built, 5-strand barb wire fence with new water gaps. This portion of the original ranch held a majority of the wildlife due to its secluded location and travel corridors with neighboring properties. There are two excellent lake sites on the property.
*** Will Divide, See the ALL MAPS tab for details: 80 & 120 acre tracts ***
*Shawnee, OK - 15 miles
*Norman, OK - 38 miles
*Oklahoma City - 51 miles
*DFW - 175 miles
*1/2 mile of County Road frontage on Bryan Road
*Two small ponds
*Topography to construct additional ponds or lakes
*Seasonal creek drainages
*Approximately +/-37 inches of annual precipitation
*Scattered Oak trees
*Topography ranging from 940' - 1,050'
*New fencing and water gaps
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