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The Ranch on Wildhorse Creek

Status: Available
Price: $2,317,500
Acres: 1,030 +/-
Price Per Acre: $2,250
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land
City, State: Katie, Oklahoma
County: Garvin
ZIP Code: 73433
Lat/Long: 34.54181, -97.31712
Rep: Dan Ward
Taxes: $2,048

Description

Location:
*Elmore City - 9 miles
*Pauls Valley - 20 miles
*Oklahoma City - 60 miles
*Ft. Worth - 140 miles
*Dallas - 148 miles

Access:
*County maintained road

Water:
*7 ponds
*Wetlands (WRP)
*Over 1 mile of Wildhorse Creek Frontage

Utilities:
*Water Well
*Electric with Meter

Climate:
*Approximately +/-39.4 inches of annual precipitation

Minerals:
*Surface Only

Wildlife:
*Whitetail Deer
*Rio Grande Wild Turkeys
*Waterfowl
*Dove
*Quail
*Wild Hogs

Fishing:
*Bass
*Bluegill
*Catfish

Terrain:

*Gently Rolling
*Wetlands
*Bermuda Pasture

Improvements:
*Metal barn

General Description:
This secluded ranch has a tremendous amount of diversity from one end to the other.  There are approximately 1,300 feet of county road frontage on the northwest corner of the property and no other roads that border the property.  The newer gravel road entrance onto the property is through a beautiful Bermuda pasture that gently descends toward the wooded terrain to the east and the wetlands to the south.  Gently rolling pasture transitions into wooded drainages with beautiful rock boulder outcroppings and overlooks.   Areas of densely wooded blocks of timber gracefully transition into open native grass clearings.  Small stock ponds are conveniently scattered throughout the property for wildlife and livestock.  A spectacular view of the Arbuckle Mountains is revealed to the south as the terrain drops toward Wildhorse Creek.  Beautiful green fields planted by neighbors across the creek can be seen in the distance which adds to the diversity of the landscape.  The southern +/-264 acres of bottomland is in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) and has numerous impoundments that flood with rain runoff.  Since Wildhorse Creek is the southern boundary of the WRP it would be convenient to pump water from the creek to flood select areas of the WRP.  In order to pump water from the creek, a permit from the OWRB would need to be obtained.  This is truly a combination ranch with the capability to run cattle and provide habitat for multiple species of wildlife.  With very little county road frontage and several very large neighbors, the deer herd has the capability of getting to maturity and producing some trophy bucks!  Contact us to learn more about this amazing property! 

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