property

Weems Ranch

Status: Available
Price: $3,605,000
Acres: 1,030 +/-
Price Per Acre: $3,500
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land, Horse Property
City, State: Seminole, Oklahoma
County: Seminole
ZIP Code: 74868
Lat/Long: 35.3106, -96.7616
Rep: Dan Ward
Taxes: $2,525

Description

The Weems Ranch is perfectly located in a high rainfall area along Highway 3E halfway between Seminole and Shawnee on the Seminole & Pottawatomie County line.  Highway 3E divides the ranch into two productive tracts that are available as one contiguous ranch or separately.  The west acreage is 574+/- acres and the east side includes 456+/- acres.  Water is extremely abundant on this property.  Approximately 1.5+/- miles of Turkey Creek crosses the west side, multiple drainages meander through the east tract and collectively there are 17 ponds scattered throughout.  According to the Oklahoma Water Resources Board, a rural water line runs along Highway 3E which is in the Pottawatomie Rural Water District #2.  This is a very productive ranch with a mix of both improved and native grasses.  With road frontage on all sides of the ranch, it is extremely accessible which is helpful for both checking cattle and hay production.  The headquarters have everything you would need, including outdoor working facilities, equipment barns, office, and feed bunks.  Direct access to the working facilities makes transporting cattle in and out of the headquarters extremely efficient and convenient.  This is a beautiful ranch positioned in a desirable area of central Oklahoma not far from several thriving communities.  

Location:

*Seminole---8 miles
*Shawnee---10 miles
*Oklahoma City---50 miles
*Tulsa---85 miles
*Fort Smith---145 miles
*Dallas/Ft. Worth---205 miles

Access:
*Highway 3E divides the property
*County roads border the property on several sides

Water:
*Rural Water
*1.5+/- miles of Turkey Creek Frontage
*17 ponds (8 west of Hwy 3E, 9 east of Hwy 3E)

Utilities:
*Electric

Climate for Seminole County:
According to the Oklahoma Climatological Survey...
Average Annual Precipitation 41+/- inches
Average Growing Season...217 days

Minerals:
Surface Only

Wildlife:
*Whitetail Deer
*Rio Grande Wild Turkey
*Waterfowl
*Dove

Fishing:
*Bass
*Sunfish
*Catfish

Terrain:
*60+/- feet of elevation change
*Gently rolling terrain mostly open with wooded tree-lined creek and drainage areas
*Mixture of grass pasture and hay meadows

Improvements:
*Cross-fenced into 17 pastures/hay meadows
*West side of Hwy 3E...outdoor working facilities, equipment shop, office, silo, feed bunks
*East side of Hwy 3E...pipe entry off of the highway, metal skinned horse or cattle barn with pipe fence and alley to multiple pastures

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