Country Home on Land, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, 73734
OUTSTANDING HUNTING * CATTLE GRAZING * CROPLAND * COUNTRY HOMES
KINGFISHER & MAJOR COUNTIES, OKLAHOMA *897+/- ACRES (8 FARMS)
ONLINE BIDDING OPENS: Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 at 6:00 PM (CST)
ONLINE BIDDING CLOSES: Thursday, October 21st, 2021 at 6:00 PM (CST)
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PROPERTY LOCATIONS: (7 FARMS) are located east of U.S. Hwy 81 in Kingfisher County. (1 FARM) is located in the SE corner of Major County, on the west side of Ames, OK. For the exact location of all farms, see map link below or view map on auction website. (Watch for Auction Signs).
FARM 7: 75+/- acres in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma consisting of outstanding hunting land, country home, horse barn, livestock sheds and corrals. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a first-class hunting property located only ½ mile north of the Cimarron River on the East Fork of Sooner Creek, with a nice cabin style home that has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, living, kitchen, enclosed porch with independent heat/air unit that could be used as an additional bedroom, and much more. The kitchen was recently updated with all new appliances and amenities to include (Bosch double ovens, induction cooktop, GE stainless exhaust hood, built-in coffee/espresso machine, built-in microwave, deep basin farm sink with commercial stainless faucet, and much more). There are 2 fireplaces and central heat/ac throughout, Floor coverings are a combination of wood, tile or carpet, depending on the room. The master bath has a walk-in shower and sunken Lasco jet tub. Outside the home is a horse barn w/stalls, multiple sheds, outbuildings, garage, round pen, corrals and smoke-shack style BBQ area. The horse facilities include a metal framed horse barn with rustic “barn wood” exterior finish, 4 stalls and a tack room. The barn connects to the corral leading to the round pen. There is electric service at the meter which is plumbed with a Generac brand transfer switch for emergency power, and it is ready for the new owner to hook up their generator. The country home has the appearance of a hunting cabin pushed back in the woods. The majority of the farm is covered with oak trees and dense vegetation supporting excellent Whitetail Deer and Rio Grande Turkey hunting. The neighboring farms produce soybeans and other high protein crops which provide incredible food sources for area wildlife.
Soil Types: Lovedale fine sandy loam, 3-5% slopes, class 3e; Eufaula fine sand, 5-15% slopes, class 6e, Devol loamy fine sand, 0-3% slopes, class 3e.
FSA Info: According to the Kingfisher County, OK FSA Office, there are 9.18 cropland acres, with a 9.18 acre wheat base and 30 bushel yield.
Location: From Cresent, OK go 7 miles west on the Dover/Cresent blacktop, then 2 miles south on N 2960 Road, then ½ mile west on E 0750 Road.
Legal: Lies in E/2 of SW/4 of Section 21-17N-5W, Kingfisher County, Oklahoma.