Location This property is located at the base of the Sugar Loaf Mountain Range in Southeast Oklahoma in a very remote and secluded wilderness type setting surrounded by miles of privately owned timberland. The property is about 12 miles southeast of the city of Poteau, OK and 20 miles southeast of the city of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Oklahoma City is about a 3 hr drive and Dallas, Texas is about a 4.5 hour drive. GPS Coordinates 35.045534, -94.463650
Services Off-Grid Property Propane gas can be purchased from the nearby towns, surface water can typically be found within 250 feet of surface, this area of Oklahoma gets about 48 to 50 inches of rainfall per year so a water catchment system is very practical. The property has good south facing exposure to sunlight for a solar powered system.
Access This property is accessed by a logging road. A 4WD Vehicle or ATV is required to reach the property. There is not a recorded easement for the access road.
Water The headwaters of Nail Creek originate on the eastern side of the property and flow through the property to the west. Nail Creek is a seasonal mountain stream and provides water for wildlife much of the year
Land There are 280 acres m/l of land which is completely covered with a mature stand of timber that is native to South-eastern Oklahoma being primarily a diverse variety of oak trees, sweet gum, red bud, dog wood, eastern red cedar, hickory and elm. Additionally, there is an impressive stand of mature saw log size native shortleaf pine trees on the property. The property offers a diverse variety of terrain ranging from flat to gently sloping ridges to very steep rocky canyons with several natural waterfalls. There is a diverse variety of wildlife habitat and good hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, eastern wild turkey, wild hogs, black bear and several small game species. The property has several building locations for an off-grid cabin.
Agents Comments Beautiful wooded and wilderness type property in a private and secluded location. Excellent recreational property with a diverse variety of terrain and some unique features including a rock canyon with a series of waterfalls. Excellent hunting for deer, squirrel, turkey, wild hogs, rabbit, quail and other game. Scenic mountain and valley views.
TAXES Taxes are estimated to run about $200 per year.
PRICE $700 per acre or $196,000
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