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Land for sale including Recreational Property in Pawnee County Oklahoma

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$672,000 320 acres
Pawnee, OK 74058 - Pawnee County

320 Acres Pawnee, Oklahoma

Here is an excellent half section of land that runs to the famous Black Bear Creek. The native grass pastures have an abundant mix of bermuda as well. You'll find a one of a kind hay meadow and 50+/- acres of cropground. This parcel is fenced and crossed fenced making it the perfect area to run a rotational grazing system. A nice road is already in place giving easy access into the property making it handy for those days of winter feedings. Several large ponds are found over the 320 acres. There is also a nice set of improvements that include a hay barn and pipe pens. This is an amazing agricultural piece of land but don't forget about the wildlife! Turkey, quail and LOTS of LARGE deer have been found on this place. The cropland is an ideal
Rachel Pickens - The Oklahoma Land Lady Metro First Realty Stillwater
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$625,000 26.43 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 3971 sqft
50434 s. 36700 Rd., Cleveland, OK 74020 - Pawnee County

Rustic Lodge Style Home

NEW PRICE! This is a property you will not want to miss out on! Gorgeous custom rustic Lodge Style home situated on 26.43 acres M/L with a beautiful view of the lake. This property offers 4 bedrooms, 2 full and 2 half baths. Enormous living room with gorgeous stone woodburning fireplace and surround sound system. Formal dining room, Oversized master with separate sitting room and outdoor access to an incredible backporch with outstanding views and top of the line outdoor kitchen, living area and inground saltwater pool! Gameroom downstairs features a full service wet bar and office. Amazing kitchen with top of the line stainless steel Jennair appliances! and to top it off this home also features a 30x55 underground shop, that
Bill Lee and Megan Forehand Chinowth & Cohen - Bill Lee/Megan Forehand
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$4,748,700 2,158.5 acres
Maramec, OK 74074 - Pawnee County

Oklahoma Ranch Land for Sale | Central Oklahoma | Recreational

Oklahoma ranch land for sale, this place is a rare find in Central Oklahoma with 2158 contiguous acres just south of the cimarron turnpike and east of hwy 18 in southern Pawnee County. Tons of opportunity to run cattle or livestock, the rolling hills of this ranch are beautiful and provide great grazing land with native grass. There are numerous ponds on this place, cattle won't have to travel far for water. There is also a ton of recreational aspects to this property. The current owner has several deer stands and deer feeders providing plenty of hunting for whitetail deer & turkey. The multiple ponds provide great fishing and there's a duck blind currently on one of the larger ponds. The large ponds are stocked with bass and crappi
United Country Oklahoma Land & Auction, LLC
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$549,000 80 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 2400 sqft
342399 E 4100 Rd, Pawnee, OK 74058 - Pawnee County

Rural Residential

Greatest of views in Pawnee County, overlooking Northwest Pawnee County, The Big Bend of the Arkansas River and Western Osage county. This property is near perfect for outdoor recreation. The 2400 sf home is surrounded by hay meadows and native oak trees. Abundant populations of whitetail deer, wild turkey, with a custom stocked pond are all seldom found on this size tract. Great room, living and kitchen area provide added comfort for this 4 bedroom 2.5 bath home, after a day enjoying the great outdoors and panoramic views.
Keith Cheatham Keith Cheatham Agency
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$265,000 146 acres
Maramec, OK 74045 - Pawnee County

146 acres Maramec, OK

146 Acres MOL in 6-20-6 1 mile west of Maramec on 5440 Rd. Native Grasses and Trees with three ponds small livestock shelter and working pins. Paved Road on south boundary gravel county road west boundary. Some minerals with the sale. Great recreational opportunity
Keith Cheatham Keith Cheatham Agency
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$245,000 148 acres
Pawnee, OK 74058 - Pawnee County

148 acres Pawnee, OK

SEC 22-21-6 S W (LESS 11.7 RR) 148 acres MOL of Native Grass and Native trees. Divided by the Railroad. this tract is on the upper end of Hell Roaring Creek. Abundance of wildlife and recreational opportunity
Keith Cheatham Keith Cheatham Agency