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$480,000 120 acres
E 83rd St. South, Muskogee, OK 74401 - Muskogee County

120 Acre Pasture Land

120 acres of nice pasture offers so much for one looking to build and new home or raise cattle or horses. This property has lots of Bermuda grass and sits in a great location not far from Muskogee. It has one pond and and nice seasonal creek running through the property. If your looking to build there are many good places with beautiful views of the country side. This property comes with 100% of the Mineral Rights. There are 2 power lines on the property and an old oil well. There is several places to hunt since 30% of the property is not cleared. Sits in an area with good neighbors. This will not last long call today. the seller has asked that prospective buyers bring at a letter to the showing from a financial institution stating
Chuck Clark, Broker Red River Realty & Auction
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$239,900 50 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 1440 sqft
EW 109 Ross Rd, Webbers Falls, OK 74470 - Muskogee County

Webbers Falls Ranch

LOCATION: Just south of Warner, South Muskogee County in Eastern OK.. Under 2.5 hours to OKC and less than 1.5 hours to Tulsa, 3+ hrs to Dallas, 1 hour to Ft. Smith, Ark., and just miles east of the steer wrestling capitol of the world. In an area of several lakes including Eufaula, Kerr, Wister and Tenkiller. Home of Conners State College and Conner the Cowboy! SITE: 50 acres m/l of nearly level to gently sloping ranchland. Outstanding soil fertility with over 60% of soils Class III. Good perimeter and cross fencing. 80% open in improved pasture, with the wooded portion abounding a live creek and offering excellent whitetail deer habitat. Presently used as a cattle operation but would also make a perfect horse facility with plenty of pl
Billy Greenwood RE/MAX Champion Land Brokers
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$87,500 40 acres
West 73rd Street, Boynton, OK 74422 - Muskogee County

40 acres Boynton, OK

40 M/L acres located just east of Boynton, OK. Wooded with Wet Weather Creek. Highest and best use is recreational.
Bill Lee and Megan Forehand Chinowth & Cohen - Bill Lee/Megan Forehand