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$4,187,700  •  1,269 acres
Property Details Name of Property: Greenleaf Creek Ranch 1269 acres Acreage: 1269 Location: 2 hrs SE of Bentonville; AR, 1 hr. S of Tulsa Closest Town: Tahlequah, Oklahoma Access: Paved county road Taxes: $2,572.00/2021 Topography: Beautiful rolling pastures and long valleys Improvements: Home, barns, shop, stalls, working pens, etc. Home Sqft: 1,555 Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 2 Forage: Improved Bermuda Grass, native, clovers, etc. Capacity: 275-300 pair Water: Greenleaf Creek, streams, Wildlife: Whitetail Deer, Turkey, Dove, Squirrels,other Utilities: Rural Water, Natural Gas, well, septic, electric Comments 1269 acres of beautiful rolling grassy hills. This ranch features a 1555 square foot brick home, barns, shop, horse stalls, two nice sets of steel working pens, and much more. The stocking rate has ranged from 275 to 300 pair. The ranch is approximately 95% open pasture with scattered mature hardwood trees, and tree lines along the creek and streams all providing shade for the livestock. With eight primary pastures, multiple catch pens, and 15 ponds you can rotate the livestock without concern for water. The water supply to the home is via a rural water system, and there is a well on the property that the current owner has not used. A 125’X36’ barn/shop contains 9 horse stalls, tack room, and wash area with drain on one end and a shop with concrete flooring on the other. Other buildings include a 50’X24’ barn, a 32’X26’ barn, 30’X36’ barn, 14’X40’ Shed, 480 sq. ft. storage, and additional sheds. A large steel working facility is at the headquarters and an additional steel working facility is located more toward the center of the ranch. The forage consists of cool and warm season grasses including Bermuda Grass, clovers, Fescue and Native Grasses. The fencing is in good condition with much of the fencing having six strands of barbed wire. Greenleaf Creek meanders through the property for well over a mile and a half. It is believed this creek may be spring fed at it is running beautiful clear water about 45 days after the last rain. The home features three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, an open kitchen/dining room, and a glassed-in sunroom. It has central heat and air with natural gas piped to the house for heat. The home is sited on a hill overlooking the gorgeous rolling pastures, with mountains in the background. Most, if not all, of the ponds have fish. Even though there is not a lot of wooded area on the ranch there is enough along the creek and streams to allow cover for deer to come through the ranch. The neighboring land to the west is the Gruber Game Management Area, having several hundred acres of forest. Some really nice bucks have been harvested on the property. The owners are cultivating the turkey population which has been increasing under their ownership, and a flock was sighted during the listing tour. Access is via a paved county road about 25 minutes from Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The average rainfall in Cherokee County is about 48 inches. Call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-WCR-LAND. Location from: Muskogee, OK -- 40 minutes Tahlequah, OK -- 25 minutes Bentonville, AR --2 hours Ft. Smith, AR -- 1hour 15 minutes Springdale, AR --1 hour 45 minutes Fayettville, AR -- 1 hour 30 minutes Tulsa, OK -- 1 hour
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Contact for Price  •  954 acres
954 ± Acres 1,750± sq/ft house overlooking a pond 4 cabins with kitchen and living area 377± acres with new high fencing RV/trailer utilities 3 ponds and 2 creeks with bridges Managed trophy Whitetail 100± acres of improved pasture Timber management program
Contact for Price  •  600 acres
This 600 acre ranch located in the Piney Woods of East Texas contains a nice balance of high ground and low ground, contributing to a great diversity of topography, flora, fauna, and potential for improvement. Located approximately 130 miles southeast of Dallas and about 180 miles northeast of Houston, the property is situated near the northeast corner of Cherokee County, with easy access to local community amenities in Henderson, Jacksonville, and Tyler. Mills Creek and Bowles Creek converge on this tract, both of which are major tributaries to Lake Striker, which is about six miles to the south. Over thirty-six hundred feet of Mills Creek and around four-thousand feet of Bowles Creek meander through the ranch, contributing to multiple duck marshes and sloughs near the creeks. Many of these features could be improved to provide ample winter duck hunting. The current owners have encountered multiple springs throughout the property, as is common in this area of Texas, which is characterized by tall, mature hardwoods, pine trees, and grassy meadows, all of which provide great habitat for deer and turkey. For your opportunity to view this exceptional piece of land in the Piney Woods of East Texas, contact Duperier Texas Land Man today.
$642,200  •  160.55 acres
A unique property that is ready for an owner that loves the outdoors. This +/- 160-acre tract has great potential for a family multipurpose homestead. State Line is a True Sportsman’s Paradise with 3/4 of a mile on the Chattooga River. Half of the property sits in Chattooga County, Georgia and the other half sits in Cherokee County, Alabama. Good access with paved road frontage on the Cherokee County, Alabama portion. As well as mountain views, county water & power on-site, plus close to major cities like Rome, Ga, about 2 hours from Atlanta and 1.5 hours to Birmingham you get the best of both states. There’s so much investment potential on this property. You’ve got a possible pasture conversion, 55 acres of merchantable pine that resembles a quail plantation setup, 50 acres of pre merchantable pine that’s about 13 years old, and mature natural hardwoods. Hunting If you’re looking for a rec tract State Line has PHENOMENAL hunting. Such as Turkey, Bear, Deer, hogs, and small game. Want to extend your hunting season by a whole month? Chattooga County Deer season dates are usually around mid-October through the beginning of January where Cherokee County Deer Season dates are usually around late November to early February. Basically, that’s almost two months of extra deer season! Plus, you’ll have access to the whole tract with the recently improved internal road system. Fishing Have fishing on your mind? Head down to the Chattooga River and enjoy your morning by fishing on the bank. Or take the kayak out and spend the day on the water. The Chattooga River is a must-fish spot in North Georgia. Plus, your property is only minutes from Weiss lake the Crappie Capital of the world. Take the boat out with friends and family and spend the day hauling in 2-3 lbs of crappie for a feast to remember. If you’re ready to build your family’s dream home this tract is the ultimate spot.
$1,300,000  •  127.79 acres
Come take a look at this gorgeous East Texas gem!!! Deep in the heart of the piney woods lies this luscious 127 acres of rolling hills, pine tries and pastures, with Bend About Creek running through the rear portion of the acreage. The home, which was built with longevity in mind with its steel framing, has had many updates to the kitchen, bathrooms and floors within recent years and is ready to call home. So many possibilities come with the purchase of this property including, but not limited to: farm and ranch, potential development, hunting and fishing, or just a fun place for the kids to roam and make memories.
$63,968  •  32 acres
Cherokee County Oklahoma According to a historian, Cherokee County was established in 1907.[4] However, the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, states that it was created from the Tahlequah District of the Cherokee Nation in 1906.[3][a] The Cherokee moved to this area as a result of the forced relocation brought about by the Indian Removal Act of 1830, also known as Trail Of Tears. The first significant settlements were at the site of Park Hill, where there was already a mission community, and Tahlequah, which became the seat of Cherokee government. However the Civil War divided the tribe and caused many of the early structures to be destroyed. Non-Indians began moving into the area illegally starting in the mid-1870s, and became the majority by the 1890s.[3] In 1851, the Cherokee Male Seminary opened in Tahlequah and the Cherokee Female Seminary opened in Park Hill. The latter burned down in 1887 and was rebuilt in Tahlequah. A 1910 fire destroyed the Male Seminary. The Female Seminary became Northeastern State Normal School after statehood in 1907 and is now part of Northeastern State University.[3]