38500 545th Street; Talihina, Oklahoma 74571, Talihina, Oklahoma, 74571
Location: This property is nestled in a beautiful valley setting with the Winding Stair Mountain Range to the North and the majestic Kiamichi Mountain Range to the South. This property is conveniently located within a 1/4 mile from the 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest, which provides hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, eastern wild turkey, black bear, wild hog and other small game as well as direct access to an impressive network of ATV, hiking and horseback riding trails that are operated and maintained by the US Forest Service. The property is located 6 miles East of the small community of Talihina, OK. Nearby towns include Big Cedar, Broken Bow, Hocatown and Poteau, which is the county seat. Broken Bow Lake, which offers some of the best fishing in Oklahoma, is only a short hour minute drive away to the South. Sardis Lake, Cedar Lake and Wister Lake are only minutes away as well. The Talimena Scenic Drive is seven miles North of the Cabin. The property is a 1.5 hour drive from Fort Smith, Arkansas and about 3.5 hours from Dallas, Texas.
Services to Property: Electricity, rural water, septic system, and LP gas delivery.
Access: This property has legal access by means of a gravel county maintained road (Frazier Creek Road). The North property line has frontage along Frazier Creek Road for approximately 1000 feet.
Land: There are 30.29 acres (m/l) of level to gently sloping land containing a deep and rich sandy loam soil that is suitable for fruit trees, growing garden vegetables and running a few head of livestock. Approximately 90% of the acreage is partially open with scattered mature hardwood timber and an established stand of native grasses. The balance of the property is covered with mature hardwood trees that are native to south eastern Oklahoma including redbud, hickory, white oak, sweet gum, red oak, post oak and eastern red cedar. A seasonal creek (Frazier Creek) meanders through the south east corner of the property, which provides a near year round source of water for wildlife. Additionally, there are two ponds on the property that contain largemouth bass and some pan fish. The current owner reports that wildlife are frequently seen on the property. This property is approximately ¼ mile from the 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest
Property Taxes: Property taxes are currently about $50 per year.