This hunting and recreational paradise is just two hours or 127 miles from the Dallas, TX downtown City Hall. It is 6 miles from downtown Boswell, OK and 30 miles from Durant, OK. It has legal easement to it and is just one quarter of a mile off of a good gravel county road behind a locked gate for security and privacy. The next door neighbor shares the gate and is a vigilant neighbor. No poaching here! read more
Located on a section line so the only traffic to and from is you and the neighbor. Secluded? Yes! But not too remote. Quiet and privately secure with easy access would be the best way to desribe it.
The place has been well managed by its current owner and is covered with deer. It has just the right combination of woods to nice open grassy meadows. In them, the owner has created some very nice food plots in the open meadows surrounded by woods that give game a nice secure feeling. The hills and dells create a nicely rolling terrain that will make any serious hunter happy. The woods and open meadow, intertwined as they are, manifest a magical charm that will captivate you when you come to view the property. As you travel around on this 129 Acres, you start to feel that it is much larger than it actually is, due to the topography that range from a high of 600' to a low of 510' above sea level. This wonderful place really has a lot of character and you will find yourself wanting to spend lots of time here during the off season, just hanging out, riding ATVs, riding horses, hiking and fishing or just sitting back and watching the game.
If one were so inclined, you could run some cattle on this place as well. The soil is rich and loamy with a limestone base but is not real rocky at all. The meadows are mostly native grasses and I did see some Bermuda as well. A lot of this place could be cleared to provide some awesome pasture for livestock.
The campground is already set up for your camping RV. The present owner went to a lot of expense to have electric power brought in to his campsite where he also built a carport to help protect his RV from the elements. There is also rural water available at the road if you want to have it brought to the campsite.
This 129 Acres is completely fenced around the perimeter with barbed wire. If you run cattle, it would need some attention. There is an approximately 7 or 8 acres pasture fenced off that the owner used for his horse pasture. He also built a run in barn that is 18'x 20' to give his horses some protection. There are 3 ponds that grace the landscape. Two of the ponds have been strategically located to accomodate the game and livestock. The ponds help to creat the perfect ambush site for bagging the big one! The ponds have been stocked as they provide a great place for the kids or grandkids to wet a hook. Speaking of game, you'll find an abundance of whitetail deer, turkey and occasionally, a wild hog. I even saw quite a few rabbits.
The Seller is leaving several feeders where he is currently scattering corn for the deer and turkey. Several tree stands will be left for the new owners and there is an awesome wooden shooting house on poles that is up on a hill overlooking the pond and surrounding area. This will also be left for the new owner to enjoy.
This place is an awesome opportunity for a new owner. It is definitely a "must see property" to really appreciate all it has to offer. You do need to see this one, words cannot convey the feeling you'll get while traversing this ground.
For your private tour, please ask for or call Chuck Clark directly at 580-380-7093, 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 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.