Hwy 56 is a $400,000 property on a 40.00 acre lot located in Okmulgee, OK.
This 40-acre property offers a fantastic opportunity for real estate development or personal customization. Situated along both a highway and a blacktop road, the land enjoys convenient access and exposure. Additionally, utilities are readily available, making it convenient for future construction or development. One of the attractive features of this property is the presence of a nice pond. This water feature adds aesthetic appeal and potentially provides a water source for various uses. Whether it's for recreational purposes, irrigation, or simply enjoying the serene view, the pond enhances the overall value and charm of the land. The 40 acres primarily consist of a hay meadow, which offers multiple possibilities for utilization. It could continue to be used for hay production, potentially providing an income stream or supporting livestock operations. Alternatively, the open space presents an opportunity to create something entirely new, such as a farm, ranch, or even a private estate. In summary, this 40-acre property offers a combination of desirable features for real estate development. Located in Okmulgee County RWD #7(Nuyaka). Electric along HWY 56. Located 12 miles from Okmulgee, 5 miles to the Okmulgee Lake, 50 miles to Tulsa, 95 miles to OKC, and 60 miles to Eufaula.
|Listing Agent||Pamela Robinson|
Fence - Barbed
|Property Sub Type|
Over 5 Acres
beggs - sch dist (84)
Okmulgee Co Unplatted
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