Land for sale, Horse Property for sale in Albion Oklahoma | Lands of America
LandsofAmerica.com
#1 in Rural Real Estate Online

Land for sale including Horse Property in Albion Oklahoma

10 photos
$114,000 40 acres
County Road 4485, Albion, OK 74521 - Pushmataha County

40 acres in Pushmataha County

This Beautiful 40 acres sits close to the Kiamichi river surrounded by the scenery of the kiamichi mountains and the potato hills. Run a few cows and horses or make it a great place to build your dream house. Electric and water is at the road. Country life but close enough to town.This property is fully fenced and partial pasture and lots of trees to offer a home for the local wildlife as well. A 40 like this doesn't come available very often so give Denny Coleman a call at 918-504-9246 for a showing to see it with your own eyes and make this property your own little piece of Heaven.
Chuck Clark, Broker Red River Realty & Auction
2 photos
$220,000 40 acres
Albion, OK 74521 - Pushmataha County

40 acres Albion, OK

This property would make a great home site It has some fencing. There is a view of the mountains. Has a pond and some timber there is Bermuda grass. There are wild life hogs, turkey, deer and bear. Looking to raise cattle or horses. Just a few miles from town.
Chuck Clark, Broker Red River Realty & Auction
10 photos
$252,000 120 acres
Albion, OK 74521 - Pushmataha County

Tombtone Creek and the Mountain

120 Acres in a location that is hard to beat if you are an outdoors family or rancher/hunter. This piece is level except for 20% is hillside with pine. This is where there is a nice view of the land and some of the valley. The level area has hay meadow that needs 'worked' and groupings of trees that usually house whitetail. This area has a healthy bear population also. Pushmataha County is an Oklahoma County with an annual bear hunt. There are hogs in the area which we all year. Nestled in the foothills of the farthest northern ridge of the Kiamichi Mountains, Tombstone Creek travels through the property on its way to the Kiamichi River. Fed by springs on the mountain, it runs most of the year if not all year. It comes from Kiamichi M
Melissa Blagg Talihina Realty