RICHERT RANCH – HUNTING & CATTLE-LAND FOR SALE

29400 Reichert Summerfield Road , Heavener, Oklahoma, 74953

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* FOR SALE

$195,600

MLS: 35018-82530

163 Acres

What You Should Know

  • OKLAHOMA LAND FOR SALE
  • SCENIC MOUNTAIN & VALLEY VIEWS
  • NEAR OUACHITA NATIONAL FOREST
  • HUNTING, HIKING, CAMPING
  • EXCELLENT FISHING IN PONDS
  • JOINS WISTER LAKE GAME RESERVE
  • GOOD BUILDING SITE/UTILITIES
  • BOB BOWMAN (918)839-4717

Why You'll Love It

LOCATION:  Central Eastern Oklahoma in LeFlore County.  The small town of Summerfield is about 6 mi.  The small town of Hodgen is about 6 mi.  The city of Heavener is about 9 mi.  The county seat of Poteau is about 24 mi.  The larger city of Ft. Smith, Ark, is about 49 mi.  Tulsa is about 1.45 hrs.  Oklahoma City is about 3 hrs.  Dallas is about 4.5 hrs.  The 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest is about ½ mile.  This property is nestled in a valley at the foot of the Kiamichi mountains and borders for about 700 feet along a paved farm to market county road for good all-weather access.

SERVICES:  Electric, phone, rural water, school bus route, mail route, LP gas delivery.

BUILDINGS:  There are no buildings on this land.  It is a very nice site for a new home with all services needed available and offers scenic panoramic views of the nearby mountains from any of the numerous home-sites on the land.

LAND:  This land has varied terrain features ranging from valley pastures and meadows to densely wooded ridge-type  hills that run through the land from East to West so that there are valley pastures on the South side of the ridge and valley pastures on the North side of the ridge. The elevation range variation is about 200 feet.   The valley land is sandy-loam by nature and well established to both native and improved pasture and meadows for grazing livestock or producing hay crops.  This type land is good for fruit, berries, garden crops of all kinds, pasture and meadows.  About 60% of this land is wooded (the wooded portion primarily being the ridge running from East to West through the land) and consists of mostly hardwoods native to this area (hickory, oak, red cedar, ash, hackberry and others) plus both mature and young pine timber that can be harvested from time to time.  The land is fenced around its perimeter except for a few feet along the SW corner which adjoins the old family home.  The ridge running through the land is an interesting feature and is accessed via a jeep or tractor type road.  From the top of the ridge there is a 50 mi panoramic view of the surrounding countryside and the mountains.  This elevated site would be the perfect place to build a new country home.

WATER SUPPLY:  There are 3 stock ponds and rural water for domestic use.  The average rainfall in this section of Oklahoma ranges from 45 to 50 inches per year.  The stock ponds are reported to be good fishing for bass, crappie, catfish and other pan fish.

HUNTING:  This is an excellent hunting property with plenty of habitat to assure a plentiful supply of game to assure keeping your freezer full from game to be found right on your own land.  Hunting for deer, turkey, quail, squirrel, rabbit and other game.   There is even a bear season here in Oklahoma.  

WISTER LAKE GAME RESERVE:  This property adjoins 11,000 acres of public land that surrounds nearby Wister Lake.  This land can be used for hiking, horseback riding, hunting, fishing in the streams and lake, camping out or just enjoying the many miles of seldom used trails just waiting to be explored. All you have to do is open your gate and ride your horse right into this forested hunting and fishing country.

OUAHCITA NATIONAL FOREST:  Just ½ mile from this farm is the North boundary of the huge 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest that runs from this section of Oklahoma all the way to Hot Springs, Arkansas in the Kiamichi Mountains area.  In the forest hunting is allowed during season.  Horse-back riding is enjoyed by many enthusiasts with campgrounds specifically designed for horses and riding trails marked for this type activity.  The Kiamichi mountains have endless miles of forest type roads and trails, lakes, streams and campgrounds all open to the public but seldom used due to our distance to large city areas.

TAXES:  About $160 per year.

PRICE:  $195,600 ($1,200 per acre).

COMMENTS:  If you are searching for a place to enjoy active retirement, perhaps run a few head of livestock and if you like hunting, mountains and a rural lifestyle, then this beautiful property offers all that and much more.  Good paved road frontage and all utilities are available if you want to build a new country home with the added bonus of panoramic mountain views from wherever you decide to build.  There are many miles of forest and government roads through the mountains to be explored.  Many lakes and streams for fishing are found throughout the area.

AGENT:  Bob Bowman – 918-839-4717

 

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 29400 Reichert Summerfield Road
  • City: Heavener
  • State: Oklahoma
  • County: Le Flore

Bob Bowman

Sales Agent