Rt. 1 , Wister, Oklahoma, 74953
LOCATION: Central Eastern Oklahoma in LeFlore County. This land borders for about ¼ mile along a gravel private gas company road which affords good access to the land. It is about 3.5 miles distance to a country farm to market road. It is about 12 miles to the town of Wister. Wister Lake Park is about 15 miles. The city of Poteau is about 18 miles. The larger city of Ft. Smith, Ark is about 43 miles. Oklahoma City is about 3 hrs. Tulsa is about 1.5 hrs. Dallas is about 4.5 hrs.
AREA DESCRIPTION: The surrounding area is about 70% rolling hills and mountains mostly all wooded. Along the creek valleys can be found farms and cattle ranches, but mostly the area is sparsely settled with the majority of the land being ‘wilderness-type forest and wooded land.
LAND: The 113 acres (more or less) is mostly all wooded with various types of hardwoods native to this area such as oak, hickory, persimmon, ash, red cedar and others including native yellow pine timber. The land is located atop a low mountain plateau and then it drops off sharply to a valley below where there is a mountain seasonal creek. It is estimated that there is about 30 acres of relatively level land atop the plateau. The land on the plateau is sandy-loam by nature and well suited to fruit trees, berries and garden crops. Please consult accompanying topo map for topography features and elevations of this land. The land is about 3.5 miles to the county road at which point there is a locked gate which affords entry and access to the property. There are numerous cabin or off-grid home-sites all of which would offer tremendous views of the surrounding mountains and the valley below. One location in particular is the site of an abandoned gas well which has a private driveway ending at the estimated 4 acre cleared and level site which is adjacent to a bluff overlooking the valley below and mountains beyond.
SERVICES: School bus route and mail route at the gate 3.5 miles distance. LP gas delivery to the property. Electric is not available at this time but utility easements have been provided when services become available in the future.
WATER: Farmers and ranchers in the area use drilled wells for their home water supply. Livestock ponds can be constructed at a reasonable cost for fishing and swimming plus livestock water. Average rainfall in this area is about 45 to 50 inches per year. If you build a dwelling on this land you will likely want to have a well drilled. For information about wells in this area you may go on-line or we will be happy to furnish a list of local well drilling companies.
TAXES: About $100 per year.
PRICE: $101,700. Land financing available through local banks. You may contact The Community State Bank at Poteau. Ph. 918-647-8101. You may contact Arvest Bank at Poteau. Ph. 918-649-3030. Information for both institutions may also be found on the web.
COMMENTS: Beautiful wooded and wilderness-type property in a private and secluded location. A variety of land topography ranging from mostly level to steep canyons with a creek valley. All the land is mostly heavily wooded. Excellent hunting for deer and turkey. Squirrel, rabbit and other small game are popular with hunters. Black bear are sometimeSeen and Oklahoma has a bear season. Very nice spot to build hunting or vacation cabin or even a permanent home if an off-grid dwelling is to your liking. Very scenic views of mountains and valleys. No utilities available.
1. Mountain top setting.
2. Lots of level land atop plateau for building.
3. Timber farm potential. Check with you accountant about tax advantages.
4. Hunting for deer, turkey and other game native to this area.
5. Camping, hiking and horseback riding trails in wilderness area.
6. Quiet, private and secluded location.
7. Private gas well road access through locked gate.
8. No services or utilities. Abandoned gas well site on land.
Bob Bowman (918)839-4717