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Roaring Creek North is approximately 200+/- acres located in southern Grady County, OK roughly 60 miles from Oklahoma City. The land consists of partial ownership of a nice watershed, farmland on the high ground, and in the bottoms along Roaring Creek. There is well over 1/2 a mile of creek frontage on both sides of Roaring Creek.
This tract offers farming, grazing, fishing, and hunting all on 200+/- acres with a live water creek and a watershed!
There is an old well near an abandoned homestead but the condition of the well is unknown and electric lines run along the western boundary of the property.
*Rush Springs - 10 miles
*Chickasha - 18 miles
*Norman - 45 miles
*Mustang - 50 miles
*Oklahoma City - 60 miles
*Paved County Road
*Partial ownership in a 14+/- acre watershed
*Electric lines run along County Road 2880 (west boundary)
*Approximately 36+/- inches of annual precipitation
*Rolling with bottomland, native grass, and thickets
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