HUNTING/CABIN BUILD SITE NEAR CLAYTON
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HUNTING/CABIN BUILD SITE NEAR CLAYTON

U.S. Hwy 271, Clayton , Oklahoma 74574 - Pushmataha County
$52,900 29.36 Acres
Property ID 6092338

Description

Price reduced! Just over 29 acres on which to build in a secluded, scenic environment or to just use as a great hunting spot. The Propertys close proximity to Clayton Lake State Park, Sardis Lake, and the Honobia Wildlife Management area provides ample recreational opportunities for both the adventure seeker and the one wishing to enjoy the special surroundings Southeast Oklahoma has to offer.

Directions

Property is 2.3 miles north of the US Hwy 271/State Hwy 144 junction and is 2.1 miles south of the Clayton Lake State Park entrance. Property is on the west side of the road. Coordinates: 34.5176582359,-95.2864446382

Financing Options

Mortgage Options
Conventional Mortgage

Land

Easements
None

Lot Description
Acreage
Heavily Treed
Horses Permitted

Proposed Use
Hunting/Fishing
Recreational

Surface Rights
No Value Selected

Game
Whitetail Deer

Present Use
Recreational

Road Frontage Desc
U.S. Highway

Topography
Level

Land Type
No Value Selected

Property Tax Exemption
No

Street/Utilities
Asphalt
Outside City Limits
Overhead Utilities

Type of Fence
Partially Fenced

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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Anitra Babcock
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