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Details about the Country Home
Description of the Country Home
PRICE REDUCED! This tract lies within 1 mile of Fort Gibson Lake. The insulated steel building with large car-port and living-quarters makes a perfect location for fisherman and hunters alike. Overlooked by a heavily timbered rock-ridge, this secluded parcel would work perfect for a vacation-spot, or home-building location. This manicured property has been very well kept and in a great location for many types of recreation, not to mention the great deer and turkey hunting it offers. A 10 acre meadow sits atop a high peak where a 181 buck was arrowed in 2009.
*118 acres(m/l)- $2,754.23/acre
100'x40'Insulated Steel-Building $100,000
Total Price $425,000
*Property Located: 10miles west of Tahlequah; 35miles east of Tulsa.
1 mile from Ft. Gibson Lake, 45minutes from Oologah Lake and Grand Lake
*100x40 Insulated Steel Building with Living area; Kitchen, bathroom/shower.
*Great home building location or vacation get-a-way
*Large Eastern Turkey Flock
*2-ponds, including a 1/2acre Bass-pond located 100ft. below building
*Shooting-tower, feeder, ladder-stand included
*Minutes away from Ft. Gibson Lake and Illinois river recreation
*No Minerals Included
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