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$49,900 40 Acres
Property ID 3696127





This is as nice a little 40 Acre hunting and recreational property as one can imagine. It is located in Latimer County. The property is very secluded, remote and secured behind a locked gate. It is surrounded by other private tracts, nestled in the Buffalo Creek bottom on the north side of the famous Buffalo Mountain. Ask me about Buffalo Mountain when you call, it has quite a history.

Deer, turkey, black bear and squirrel among other critters abound. One might even see an occasional hog. Latimer County is one of the four counties in Oklahoma that does have a black bear season and the state record black bear was harvested only a few miles from here. Lots of huge deer like to call this area home too.

Buffalo Creek is a major tributary to Sardis Lake that is only about 12 miles away to a nice boat ramp in the Potato Hills Campground Area. Buffalo Creek does not run water year round but does run during the wetter seasons. Although it may not run water all of the time, it does have nice pools of water in it for hydration of the plentiful wildlife in the area. This 40 Acres has a really nice pool that most always has a lot of water in it.

This little hunting paradise is mostly wooded and is very navigable on foot or on a

4-Wheeler. Very seldom will you see anyone on the trail that goes through the property since there is a locked gate that one has to pass through to access this hunting area. If they don't have a reason to be there, such as owned or leased land to the east, then they don't have a key to the gate. NICE!

There are miles and miles of logging trails and gas company lease roads that criss cross tens of thousands of acres in the area. A lot of folks, including the current owner, enjoys sight seeing on his UTV in the area.

Access to the property is fairly good but you would not want to try it in your Miata. It is best to have a vehicle with some good ground clearance such as a pickup or SUV. A 4x4 would be best.

The trail through this property is part of the old historic Butterfield Overland Stage Coach route that went through the area in the 1850s up until it was shut down when the Civil War started in the early 1860s. So folks have been trekking this trail for a good many years as you can imagine. The local historians tell me that this was the major thoroughfare through the area in the day, now it is mostly forgotten except for the local hunters and landowners who use it to access their own properties. In fact, one lazy summer afternoon, I could swear I heard a 4 horse team of Morgan horse's hooves pounding and clattering over the rocks and dirt. I thought I could hear the wheels of the Stagecoach crashing and banging and the huffing and blowing of the Morgans as they crashed across Buffalo Creek. Hmmmm, must have been the roar of the water in the creek...

One must pass through properties that belong to other individuals to access this property and there are a few land owners that will need to pass through this property to get to their own property on to the east. But as I mentioned earlier, you will very seldom see another soul while enjoying the peace and quiet of this enchanting place.

For your personal tour of this amazing property, call Chuck Clark at 580-380-7093. He will be more than glad to show it to you.

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