Bottem Legacy Ranch, L.L.C., is situated on 240 lush acres, in the Three Bridges area, just south of Bristow, Oklahoma. It is 45 minutes from Tulsa and nearby a majority of surrounding towns and cities in northeast Oklahoma, in Green Country. I-44 and I-40 are easily accessible from the ranch, with Oklahoma City being an hour and a half away. The 4,571 square foot house is surrounded by a variety of mature trees, fruit trees, flowering plants, and native grasslands. It is very private and secluded, as it is approximately one quarter of a mile from the county access road and it backs up to wildlife management land. It overlooks the bottom land pastures and the Deep Fork River. The property was built with a deep respect for the land, wildlife, and agricultural value for the future.
The Morton built horse barn is located a couple of hundred yards from the house, along with a riding arena, round pen, and cross fenced pastures. The barn is 1,725 square feet in size with concrete floors, electricity, a wash rack, hot and cold water with hookups for a washer and dryer, a drainage system, 5 Priefert 12X12 stalls with rubber mats, and a livable apartment unit. The barn apartment includes a bathroom, a mini kitchen, and a combination living and bedroom area. A 1,150 square foot open front Morton equipment building is also located within mere yards of the horse barn.
The major pasture base for the ranch is Bermuda grass complimented by Fescue, Johnson grass, and Florida Paspalum. The pastures soils easily support annual Ryegrass and Clovers. The upland is composed of predominantly Oak, Blackjack, and Hickory trees. Pecan, Walnut, Elm, Sycamore, Persimmon, Ash, Redbud and several other species of trees are just a few of the trees and shrubs found in the Deep Fork bottom lands. This area is well known for its varied wildlife population of game and non-game species such as deer and turkey, which are prominent in the Deep Fork watershed. Besides turkey, dove and waterfowl are game birds found readily in the river watershed. Squirrel, rabbit, fox and bobcat are just a few of the varied mammal species, while upland and bottom land bird species, and even an occasional eagle, add to the variety of wildlife.
4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bath, spa bathtub, huge kitchen with cherry wood cabinets and dining area, office, gym, grand piano nook, formal dining room, wood burning fireplace, vaulted ceilings, built-ins, butlers pantry, security, open floor plan, 2 story with hardwood floors, tile, and plush carpet. Central A/C and Heat- Geothermal, two water wells, electric, and septic. 3 car garage with work bench. Big front porch, wood deck, and a covered back deck that overlooks the ranch. Three rail rustic wood fence around the house and yard.
Front porch entrance along with barn aisle entrance, living and bedroom combination, full bathroom, mini kitchen, A/C and heat wall unit, water heater, well water, septic. Washer/Dryer hookups inside the barn in the wash rack.
-100 x 200 riding arena, well maintained sand with high wood fencing perimeter
-60ft heavy wood round pen, ~9ft tall
-Fenced in barn area
-Several wooden tie posts for horses
-Outdoor saddle/bridle racks
-Morton open front equipment barn
-Above ground 12,000 gallon swimming pool, well maintained and sitting on a brick patio
-Sandy trails cut throughout the entire ranch
-4 stock ponds (largest tank is stocked with a variety of fish)
-Healthy and mature Pecan orchard
-Abundance of mature shade trees
-Variety of mature fruit trees- Apple, Pear, Persimmon, Peach
-Rolling and hilly terrain
-Sandy loamy soil and not much rock
-Excellent drainage around the house and barns. House is slightly elevated on a hill, well above the bottom pastures
-Gorgeous sunrise views
-Access to the Deep Fork River
-Cross fenced pastures/ranch is fully fenced in with barbed wire
-Old barn near cattle chute, in good shape/used for bulk hay or alfalfa storage
-Steel working cattle chute and heavy pipe holding pens
This STUNNING working cattle and horse ranch is a MUST SEE! Appointments only, please.
*Formally Appraised in April 2018
Bottem Legacy Ranch is located approximately 12 miles south of Bristow, just off of Highway 48. Roads are nicely paved, with the exception of two miles of well maintained gravel road approaching the ranch, coming from Bristow.
If driving north to the ranch from Welty, there are 3 miles of gravel road to the entrance gate.
There are two effective routes to reach/depart the ranch, both north and south directions.
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