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Grady County, Oklahoma Land

1601 County Road 1550 : Rush Springs, OK 73082

Grady County, Oklahoma

320 Acres
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Grady County, Oklahoma Land : Rush Springs : Grady County : Oklahoma

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Exceptional Grady County Cattle Ranch containing 320 acres of pasture land. Auction - March 2, 2019 at 10 am east of Rush Springs, Oklahoma.

This property has several improvements including a ranch house or cabin of 1200 sq. ft. built in 2007 and remodeled totally in 2015. A weekend get-away, ranch foreman's home, or your home it has the ambiance of county living with modern conveniences. The ranch headquarters is well located for great access in the northwest corner of the 320 acres also includes a nice metal shop with concrete floor, large doors, electricity and gravel access. The property is 2 adjoining quarters of 160 acres each. It is cross fenced into four pastures of 80 acres each for rotational grazing. At the south end of the ranch is the excellent cattle corral system and very large shelter which has been built in the last 5 years. Very Nice Set Up for cattle. This property is one mile long north and south and half mile wide east and west with County Road 1550 bordering the north and County Street 2900 on the west and just half mile from Hwy 17. Located about 9 miles east from the town of Rush Springs, Oklahoma. And a little over an hour drive from Oklahoma City Metro area and very assessible to Chickasha, Duncan, Lawton, Norman, Pauls Valley, or Admore in Oklahoma. Only a little over an hour to Wichita Falls, Texas.

This half section of land has two income producing wind turbines on long term contract. Alternative energy source of the future. This income is paid quarterly to the surface owner creating additional dimension as an investment. Other potential income producing factors could come from the oil & gas exploration and pipelines in this area. This land is sets upon the valued Rush Springs Aquifer with well-known large amount of quality underground water. This ranch has two water wells, one at the headquarters with another well located near the corrals which is a high-volume larger casing water well.

This South Central Oklahoma area has abundant wildlife native to the area. Habitat supportive to whitetail deer, turkey, quail, dove, coyotes, raccoon, squirrel and more provide endless hunting and sportsman opportunities. Eleven ponds are on the ranch with three of them good fishing ponds containing fish naturalized to the area such as bass, catfish, perch, and bluegill. These water features are great habitat for ducks and geese located on traditional and ancient migratory flyway. The limits for recreation are boundless for the outdoorsman or nature lover. So many things to do including 4-wheeling with your Jeep, Atv, UTV or be a cowboy horseback riding and exploring your own land.

A really awesome lifestyle property for so many diverse reasons. Your Opportunity is here. Plan to attend this Auction on Saturday, March 2, 2019 at 10 am.

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