Private hilltop location commands views of wooded hills northwest of Lake Eufaula.
Located in the Morris Public School District in Okmulgee County just east of the Deep Fork Wildlife Management Area.
45 minutes to Tulsa.
15 minutes to I-40.
This beautiful property is set up for horses and cattle, this property may also make a nice vineyard.
Long driveway with gated entry on dead-end road near wildlife management area.
Beautiful and private 40 acres includes 20 acres of fully fenced pasture and clusters of trees and 20 acres of unfenced forest.
Smooth wire fencing for horses. Pipe fencing around pen at barn.
Beautiful home built in 2016. Granite counter tops.
In-ground storm shelter (a/k/a fraidy hole or storm cellar) behind house.
40 x 60 Shop/Barn has half concrete floor and attached 20 x 60 shed with 120 x 60 fenced stud pen.
Mineral rights are not owned by the Seller.
Driveway is shared with neighbor to the west.
Legal Description: The NE/4 of SW/4 AND a Right of way Easement for ingress, egress and utilities, being the East 30 feet of Lots 6 and 7 (or W/2 of SW/4) of Section 6, Township 12N, Range 14E
Shown by Appointment Only.
Directions: Bixby Road or Hwy 75 to Hwy 16. East to Twin Hills store. South on Hwy 52. Follow Hwy 52 through Morris and go another 5 miles to Cedar Road. West on Cedar Road to last driveway on right with gated entry. Shared driveway leads to house on right. There is no sign.
MLS No. 1801662
Address: 18601 Cedar Road, Henryetta, OK 74437-7275
School District: Morris Public School District.
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Property is in close proximity to the Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge.
Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge
- The Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge currently encompasses 10,000 acres; a patchwork of privately held tracts bordering the public lands of the refuge.(Source: About Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge)
- Most of the refuge is open to the public year-round. Several parking areas scattered around the refuge give access to visitors for bird watching, hunting, fishing, hiking, and boating. Near the headquarters the Cussetah Bottoms Boardwalk leads through forests, swamps, and beaver ponds for about one-half mile. In the southernmost part of the refuge a trail through forests follows an old railroad grade, thus elevating it above the frequently-flooded land. Deer, rabbits, squirrel, turkey, and ducks can also be hunted. The Deep Fork River is noted for large Flathead catfish and also has other species. Kayaking is popular in the refuge. Off-road vehicles are prohibited (Source: Wikipedia).
- In the spring, visitors may see the brightly colored prothonotary warbler, painted bunting, or scarlet tanager. In the summer, the neotropical migrating songbirds are raising their chicks in all levels of the forest — from the canopy to the forest floor. Watch for turkey strutting and displaying their tail feathers during the spring and enjoy the prairie wildflowers, and pollinators dependent upon them, during the spring and summer seasons. Be on the lookout for fox and grey squirrels gathering acorns and nuts for the long winter during the fall. During the winter, American bald eagles can be seen perched on tree branches along the Deep Fork River, a symbol of our nation that was almost lost completely not too many years ago. Source: About Deep Fork National Wildlife Refuge.
This fabulous recreational property is close to Lake Eufaula with it’s many boat ramps located within a few miles of the subject property.
Once you get on a boat you will have access to 25 Townships by water through the Lake Eufaula System of interconnected iakes.
Check out this wonderful lake:
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