Beauty and serenity of this mixed use timber land is visible from the front porch. As the land extends half mile North and 1 mile West in a Bowl setting, it boasts 2 creeks, 55x55 concrete building, 2 cedar cabins, merchantable timber, and 330 acres for the family to enjoy. mile away the creeks from the property release into Little Lee Creek, an area known for Small Mouth Bass. The area is an ideal setting for a family getaway, hunting camp with friends or simply a personal retreat. Less than 1/2 mile off Rock Fence Rd/Oklahoma Rd D4745 and just 19 miles South of Stillwell, OK, 26 miles from Fort Smith, AR, and 50 miles from Siloam Springs, this land in Sequoyah County is easily accessed by only.4 of a mile of gravel road to the gate.
A deeded easement provides access to the main gate in the SE corner and a view of the property from the front porch of the main building. The concrete building has water from an Artesian Well and a Rain Water Collection System, Storage bays, garage door for Atv's, solar powered for electricity power lines less than 100 yards away and 28x55 main area with a cast iron wood stove and small kitchen area. The building is plumbed and has a leased propane tank connected for the stove/oven in the kitchen area. The wood burning iron stove provides ample heat for the living area and ideal setting for a nightly card game and hunting stories of the day.
The 2 Cedar Cabins have interior space of 10x13 with a loft and front porch. One of the cabins has an iron stove for heat and the other uses generated heat. The camper trailers on the property will convey with the property, if desired. Strategically laid out, the camp ground area allows family/hunters to enter the property while the rest of the property remains undisturbed.
The ATV trails to the north lead past the first creek and works its way to the northern border a mile away. The other main trail leads West toward the property line 1 mile away and crosses the main creek as it progresses up the hill to the top of the mountain. The bench areas provide ideal paths for Whitetail Deer and the opened areas set up perfectly to plant food plots for Deer, Turkey and other wild game that are on the property.
The 2 parcels that make the 330 acres have not been logged in several years except for the areas necessary to make the trails and openings for food plots and potential camp sites. All of the owner's surface rights, mineral rights, water rights and oil & gas rights will convey to the new owner.
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