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350 acres - a hunters paradise! Located less than 2 hours North of Dallas in SE Atoka County, Oklahoma.

A hunting paradise!!

If you want solitude, peace and quiet....We have it!  Here it is.  Located on a dead end road.  A county maintained gravel road is next to the property.

A super nice, comfortable, country home.A refurbished 2005/2006 Cavilier double wide mobile home with 2000+ sq. ft.

A deck surrounds the entire house. The screened in back deck is 80 ft.  The deck was added in 2015. There are 4 bedrooms (master bedroom has a massive walk-in closet), 3 full baths, kitchen with center isle, dining area, 2 living areas and a nice utility room.

A variety of song birds (including cardinals) make this their home. The bird feeders and ample water draw them.

5 years of wildlife management has attracted a variety of wildlife. There are 13 deer feeders placed around the property plus 20 acres of food plots.

Waking up to deer and turkey in your front yard is quite common. There are 3 enclosed hunting/ viewing stands and 3 large platforms for hunting blinds. Truly a hunters' paradise.

The property is 100% off grid, powered by solar and backed by a propane generator

There is an amazing system of trails for hiking, camping, horseback riding and ATVs.

Water comes from a 100 ft well. Owners say it is a great well with no sulfer or any other other taste.

The soil throughout the property is sandy. There are many year round springs, both above and below water.

 There are 4 ponds and 3 large lake possibilities. The owner says the creek is a year round creek plus many live springs.

The house has decks all around .... you can watch the wildlife from all directions. The front and back decks are covered.

The property is fenced on all sides. The garden area is high fenced....I wonder why????

An amazingly beautiful property.

Priced at $1,850 per acre ($647,500) - call Cheyenne at 918-557-5308

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