Pierce Lane, Howe, Oklahoma, 74953
LOCATION: Central Eastern Oklahoma in LeFlore County. 2 miles to Wister Lake State Park. 4 mi to the towns of Wister and Heavener and about 3 mi to Howe. Poteau is about 10 mi. Ft. Smith is about 40 min, Tulsa is about 1.45 hrs, Oklahoma City is about 3 hrs, Dallas is about 4.5 hrs. This land borders for 660 feet along a dead-end black-top farm to market road having little traffic. The land is in a valley at the foot of wooded hills.
SERVICES: School bus route, mail route, LP gas delivery, rural water, electric and phone are all available for building if needed.
BUILDINGS: None. Very pretty tract of mostly wooded land where you can build a home or vacation cabin.
LAND: The land is located in a valley with surrounding property being mostly small cattle farms and retirement homes with wooded hills and mountains surrounding. Land has good rich, sandy-loam type soils well suited to fruit, berries, garden crops of all kinds plus pasture and meadows if cleared of the timber. The present owner reports his father purchased this land back in 1944 and it has been in the family since. At the time of purchase the land was mostly open pasture and farm fields for crops with scattered mature trees to shelter livestock. Currently the land is mostly wooded with a host of hardwood timber native to the area, red cedar and pine trees. Some of the land is thinly wooded and these semi-open areas could be opened up with a tractor and brush hog.
TAXES: Estimated at $20 per year.
COMMENTS: If you are looking for a tract of land on which to build a new home in the country or even a vacation cabin in a great recreation area, this could be just the spot for you. Located right in the heart of the Kiamichi Mountains and the 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest. Great fishing, swimming, camping, horseback riding, boating and hunting is offered by Wister Lake just 2 miles from the land with 10,000 acres of public use land surrounding the lake. Poteau river is about 3 mi. The National Forest is about 5 mi. Runestone State Park is about 5 mi. Good hunting all in our area for deer, turkey, quail, squirrel, rabbit, wild hog and even black bear has a season in LeFlore County. Fishing in the many nearby streams, lakes and rivers. No building restrictions apply to this land.