CABIN ON 40 ACRES
Whether you want to hunt, 4x4, hike or trail ride your horses, you'll find plenty of game, trails and scenery to make even the most descriminating outdoorsmen's heart jump for joy!
The wildlife population in this area is top in the state! Whether it's whitetail deer, eastern wild turkey, squirrel, cottontail rabbit, wild hogs or black bear, you will find a good population here for your read more
hunting enjoyment or photography desires.
A lot of love went into the building of this little home in the wilderness. This fantastic log sided cabin is certainly one of the nicest little cabins you'll find anywhere and it is less than 2 years old. It is nestled on the southeast slope of Baker Mountain's 1906' tall peak at approximately the 1360' level and is at almost the exact geographic center of the property. Only about one mile to the south is the historic and imposing famous Buffalo Mountain that is a historic landmark that was recorded by the Spaniards in the 1600s.
One of the best things about the cabin's location is that you cannot see it while passing by on the oil company service road that accesses the property. It is very well hidden from prying eyes.
This awesome 40 acres is one half mile long from east to west and one quarter mile north to south. The elevation slopes downward from approximately 1440' above sea level on the NW corner to about 1190' at South Peachland Creek and the NE corner. That's about 300' of really neat elevation change. There are some shelves stair stepping downward, ravines, cliffs, giant boulders, streams, runoffs and South Peachland Creek runs through the east half of the property. This wonderland is all very nicely forested with mature pine and hardwood, oak and hickory trees, providing plenty of food stuff for the residents. Actually there is an abundance of marketable pine timber on this paradise if one desired to sell some timber.
This cabin in the wilderness comes complete with everything that you see. It's basically turnkey, it all sells with the cabin. Check out the pictures of the quaint log sided cabin and you'll understand what I'm writing about.
The cabin was site built and displays very nice craftsmanship. It measures 16' x 40'. On the south end it has a finished private bedroom and storage room that could easily be finished into another private bedroom. On the north end you'll find the U shaped kitchen with plenty of cabinets, propane cookstove with oven and all the amenities of home...double stainless steel sink, on demand hot water heater with endless hot water, small electric refrigerator and microwave oven. The water supply is a 70 gallon storage tank that catches rainwater from the roof with the guttering system. A 12 Volt pump with pressure tank supplies the kitchen and bathroom with plenty of water for domestic use. The bathroom is located on the same end as the kitchen and is nice and large with a toilet, shower and lavatory sink. The roof and some of the inside accents are heavy duty corrugated galvanized steel roof panels. Most of the interior is also log siding that really gives it that cozy cabin feel. The living area is big enough to accomodate a nice sized furniture group. There are also sleeping lofts on each end so you can bring the whole gang with you. The cabin is very well insulated and features Low E thermopane windows.
It has nice sized porches on both sides. The east porch is 6'x40', the entire length of the cabin. The back porch is 8'x8' with a 4' covered walkway to the south end of the cabin. These two nice porches really extend the living area, my favorite place. There is a large 380 watt solar panel on the roof that provides lighting and an 8750 watt generator supplies electric for the air conditioner, refrigerator, microwave, etc. Heat is supplied by a very efficient woodburning stove and it is reportd that it does a fabulous job. All of this stays with the property, even the nice smoker cooker stays!
As mentioned before, this area is very historic. The Butterfield Overland Stage passed about a mile from it. The Spanish mined gold and silver within a couple miles of it. There was a trading post next to it and an old wagon trail goes through as well. The views and scenery are breathtaking and worth the whole price. Don't miss it!
There are always things that you might want to do to improve it or make it yours but it is quite efficient the way it sits and especially when you realize you get it all for an amazing $125,000. This place is very secluded and remote but yet is only about 7 miles from Buffalo Valley School in Buffalo Valley, OK.
Don't ponder long on this one, because it won't last long. Give me a call at 580-380-7093 for your tour of the property. You'll be glad you did!
Hi, I'm Chuck Clark - I have been an avid outdoorsman all my life - rancher, hunter, horseman, home inspector and builder. Some call me the Chief cook & bottle washer too! My background gives me a unique advantage to help you find your dream property. I can guarantee you one thing - we'll have fun looking, whether hiking, horseback, or in my trustee jeep wrangler. The worst that can happen is we will all make some read more
new friends. I'm looking forward to hearing from you. Chuck Clark is an Alumni of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK. He has been a cattle rancher and horse trainer for most of his life. He has also been in the construction business for over 30 years and is a Home Inspector.