Ask Dan Ward
The Weems East Tract 3 is an amazing 40-acre tract. A wet weather creek runs through the property from west to east and splits the property in half. The majestic pecan trees scattered along the creek give it a park-like feel. This would make such a peaceful place to build a home, nestled off the road with a backdrop of beautiful scenery. There is no doubt this tract with catch the eye of numerous potential buyers.
*Oklahoma City---50 miles
*Fort Smith---145 miles
*Dallas/Ft. Worth---205 miles
*Located on county road E1170
*Rural Water near the NW corner of the property
*Wet weather creek
*Electric along the northern boundary
Climate for Seminole County:
According to the Oklahoma Climatological Survey...
Average Annual Precipitation 41+/- inches
Average Growing Season...217 days
*Rio Grande Wild Turkey
*30+/- feet of elevation change
*Gently rolling terrain mostly open with wooded tree-lined creek and drainage area
*Mostly native pasture with some Bermuda
*Perimeter is fenced and in very good condition. The south boundary is shared with Tract 1 and it will be fenced within 60 days of Tract 1 closing.