Rt. 1, Talihina, Oklahoma, 74953
LOCATION: Central Eastern Oklahoma in LeFlore County and nestled in the lower elevations of the Kiamichi Mountains. There is no mailing address to this property since there is not currently a home located on the land. The village of Bengal is about 3 miles. The town of Talihina is about 7 miles. The town of LeFlore is about 6 miles. The city of Poteau is about 40 miles. Tulsa is about 1.45 hrs. Oklahoma City is about 3 hrs. Dallas is about 4.5 hrs.
LAND: 60 acres of rolling and heavily wooded land suitable for timber farm, hunting, camping, horse-back riding, hiking or as an off-grid cabin site (no utilities are available). The timber is normally harvested on this type property about every 15 to 20 years. Currently the land has assorted hardwoods which are native to the area along with red cedar and yellow pine which is the most marketable at maturity. Timber prices vary as do all such commodities so it is not possible give a value of the standing timber without obtaining the services of a professional timber cruiser. This tract of land has a generally southern slope (best for timber production as it gets more sunlight) and the terrain has moderate slopes with a mountain creek flowing through the lowest section of the land for about ¼ mile.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR GPS COORDINATES: The NE/4 of the SE/4 and the S/2 of the NW/4 of the SE/4 of Section 17, Township 4 North, Range 22 East of the Indian Base and Meridian, LeFlore County, Oklahoma, surface only.
MAPS AVAILABLE: Upon request we can furnish a topo map, aerial photo and a county map of the area showing country roads and highways. Maps do not show logging or forest type roads that are not county or state maintained.
WATER: A spring fed creek crosses the land for about ¼ mile. The owner reports there is a standing pool of spring fed water even during summer dry times for wild game. Average rainfall in this section is about 45 to 50 inches.
SERVICES: None available.
ACCESS: County highways and roads are within about 1 mile of the land. The last mile or so can be accessed by a jeep or other similar vehicle via the logging road running to the land.
TAXES: $66 per year.
PRICE: $45,000. Financing available through local banks. Rates, terms and conditions can be obtained on-line under Poteau, Oklahoma banks.
COMMENTS: Beautiful mountain country consisting of endless miles of both privately owned forest lands and 1.5 million acres of the Ouachita National Forest which is near this property. These are low, rolling mountains with many miles of seldom traveled trails and logging roads to be explored by hiking, 4 - wheeling or horse-back riding. This land is a perfect setting for an off-grid vacation or hunting cabin with reasonable access via a 4 wheel drive, but not so good that any type vehicle can have easy access to the land keeping the property very private. Hunting here for deer, turkey, quail, squirrel, rabbit and other game including black bear. The owner has seen bear several times on the land and furnished pictures for our website photos. Camping, hiking and horseback riding are popular throughout this area. The 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest is about 2 miles from this property. Limited access so a Jeep or ATV would be recommended. We can furnish maps, aerial photo and topo maps of the property to view this land if you want to make an inspection on your own. A GPS is the best way to located property corners. For a personal showing please contact us for an appointment.
1. Secluded and remote wilderness area.
2. Limited access to assure privacy.
3. Panoramic views of the surrounding Kiamichi Mountains.
4. Permanent water supply from spring-fed creek on the land.
5. Suitable for an off-grid hunting or vacation cabin.
6. Timber farm potential. Check with your accountant for the tax advantages offered.
7. Deer and turkey hunting at its best. Bear hunting during season.
8. No services or utilities are available.
Bob Bowman – Ph. 918-839-4717