Highlighted Properties of Kelly Hurt with Land Doctors in Allen, OK
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- Pontotoc County
Southfarm is located just south of Ada and has an intriguing location near the most impressive business ventures in town:
- its slightly over 1/2 mile from the new Chickasaw Nation Medical Center.
- 1.5 miles from Legal Shield, IRT and the Oklahoma Blood Institute
- and 2 miles from the U.S. EPA's Robert S. Kerr Research Laboratory.
This 240 acres of gently rolling pasture, scattered oak and pecan trees has attractive views from the high ground near the center of the property down to a pair of wooded drainages that run near the north and south boundaries. For the nature lover these two creeks are great places to fossil hunt. Southfarm has been well maintained with productive rye grass/bermuda pastures and good
- Pontotoc County
Bobwhite Ranch is the ideal spot for someone looking for a property that has a great combination of natural features and recreational opportunities. This 620 acre ranch is located nine miles west of Ada and just 1 mile northeast of Gaar Corner. Paved county roads come within about a half mile of the property and a gravel county road leads the rest of the way in. The front entry of the property features a mobile home, working pens, overhead feed bin, storage barn and hay barn. Beyond that the ranch runs north for a mile before turning back east for 3/4 mile. The property is 80 percent pasture with a mixture of loam and sandy loam soils. The 620 acres is subdivided into six pastures of roughly equal size with a small lake or pond in eac
4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3437 sqft
2350 N 3815, Wetumka, Oklahoma
- Hughes County
Oxbow Farm is 40 acres packed with a variety of features. The land is a mixture of rolling hills and bottomland with a 3437 sq ft, 4 bed, 3 bath home overlooking the property from a knoll near the center of the farm. A 50ft by 40 ft shop/barn sits to the northeast of the home and is set up for show animals (particularly show pigs, goats or sheep) with a run attached to each stall. A series of ponds wrap around the front of the home and lead down into Wewoka Creek bottom. A fourth pond is on an oxbow left behind when Wewoka Creek migrated south and has great potential for a duck hunting hot spot pulling waterfowl from the North Canadian and Wewoka Creek flyways. Deer and turkey move through the property along this drainage making it an