NAME OF PROPERTY: Featherston 100-jc
PRICE PER ACRE: $1,250.00
ACREAGE: 100 Acres
LOCATION: 100 miles S. of Tulsa, 190 miles N. of Dallas
CLOSEST TOWN: Quinton, Oklahoma
ACCESS: State Highway 31
TOPOGRAPHY: Sloping, Elevation ranges from 600 to 950.
FORAGE: Hardwood and Pine Forest, Native Grass Mix.
WATER: Seasonal Creeks.
WILDLIFE: Deer, Turkey, Squirrel, Native Species.
UTILITIES: Electricity available at highway.
This beautiful, pristine recreational property lies on the northern slope of the Sans Bois Valley 4 miles east of Featherston just off of Highway 31. The South end of the property is a narrow strip of bottomland that sits at 600 of elevation and just corners up to the highway. The elevation rises to the North and finally tops out at 950 resulting in breathtaking views of the valley below. The terrain is mostly a steady slope interspersed with small wet weather creeks and some interesting rock formations. The timber profile is mostly Hardwood providing for excellent deer habitat but there is also a scattering of Pine and Cedar. The majority of the property is surprisingly navigable and open enough for easy clearing of trails, trails and more trails. Bring the hunting equipment, the camping gear, the ATVs and the horses and enjoy your very own private retreat!
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NAME OF PROPERTY: Two Lakes 160-SKB
ACREAGE: 160 acres
LOCATION: 2 hrs S of Tulsa, OK, 1 hr W of Ft. Smith, AR
CLOSEST TOWN: Quinton
ACCESS: County road
TOPOGRAPHY: Flat to very gently rolling
IMPROVEMENTS: Well, concrete house pad, 2 lakes, 3 ponds
FORAGE: Bermuda Grass and native grasses
WATER: Lakes, ponds, and seasonal streams
WILDLIFE: Whitetail, squirrels, turkey, dove, other
UTILITIES: Electricity at the county road.
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL Could be subdivided
This unique 160 acres features over $38,000.00 of marketable timber according to a timber cruise completed in April, 2017. That value did not include the value of Pine Topwood. The two lakes, three ponds and seasonal streams add recreational opportunities that the average recreational tract is lacking, i.e., fishing, swimming, waterfowl hunting. And the abundant water supply and cover should attract and hold wildlife on location. The property has county road access, an electrical line is in place to an old homesite on the land. However, the line is probably not "live" at this time. There is a concrete pad where the old home once was, an old water well (usability unknown), and a trail system through much of the property. One-half mile down the road is a 641 acre recreational tract with 23 ponds and approximatly $300,000.00 in marketable timber. Robbers Cave State Park and Lake Wayne Wallace are within a ten minute drive. Call Sandy Brock Bahe with any quesitons or to view the property at 918-470-4710 or Toll Free at 844-ALB-LAND.