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Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Love County Oklahoma

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$1,383,525 387 acres
Overbrook, OK 73401 - Love County

Hickory Creek Ranch

Hickory Creek Ranch Love County, OK +/-387 acres Hickory Creek Ranch is a one-of-a-kind recreational property with 1.5 miles of Hickory Creek frontage. This creek system is a direct tributary to Lake Texoma and drains over 140,000 acres of Love and Carter Counties. Towering hardwoods not found in upland settings or on smaller creeks line the thick bottoms of Hickory Creek. This area is well known for producing big deer and boasting a healthy flock of Rio Grande wild turkeys. Thick native grass, crosstimbers and cedar thickets in the uplands provided the perfect amount of diversity for wildlife. The rich bottoms of Hickory Creek are capable of growing any crop desired and are currently planted in 25 acres of winter wheat and
Trevor Potts Potts Land Company
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$750,000 200 acres
Overbrook, OK 73401 - Love County

Hickory Creek Ranch

Hickory Creek Ranch Love County, OK +/-200 acres Hickory Creek Ranch is a one-of-a-kind recreational property with 1/2 mile of Hickory Creek frontage. This creek system is a direct tributary to Lake Texoma and drains over 140,000 acres of Love and Carter Counties. Towering hardwoods not found in upland settings or on smaller creeks line the thick bottoms of Hickory Creek. This area is well known for producing big deer and boasting a healthy flock of Rio Grande wild turkeys. Thick native grass, crosstimbers and cedar thickets in the uplands provided the perfect amount of diversity for wildlife. The rich bottoms of Hickory Creek are capable of growing any crop desired and are currently planted in three Soybeans food plots. Se
Trevor Potts Potts Land Company
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$701,250 187 acres
Overbrook, OK 73401 - Love County

Hickory Creek Ranch

Hickory Creek Ranch Love County, OK +/-187 acres Hickory Creek Ranch is a one-of-a-kind recreational property with 1 mile of Hickory Creek frontage. This creek system is a direct tributary to Lake Texoma and drains over 140,000 acres of Love and Carter Counties. Towering hardwoods not found in upland settings or on smaller creeks line the thick bottoms of Hickory Creek. This area is well known for producing big deer and boasting a healthy flock of Rio Grande wild turkeys. Thick native grass, crosstimbers and cedar thickets in the uplands provided the perfect amount of diversity for wildlife. The rich bottoms of Hickory Creek are capable of growing any crop desired and are currently planted in three Soybeans food plots. Seve
Trevor Potts Potts Land Company