No Physical Address, Heavener, Oklahoma, 74937
Location: This is a very unique property that is nestled in a beautiful valley setting with the Blackfork Mountain Rang to the South and Walker Mountain to the North. The property is within 250 feet of the Blackfork River which is a deep hole of crystal clear water that provides recreational opportunities for fishing, swimming, kayaking, boating and waterfowl hunting. Additionally, the property is just minutes away 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 13,000 acre Blackfork Wilderness Area is approximately 1.5 miles South of the property and contains extensive areas of protected and unlogged old growth forest. The property is located in a small and peaceful community of Haw Creek, Oklahoma. Nearby towns include Heavener, Talihina and Poteau, which is the county seat. Broken Bow Lake, which offers some of the best fishing in Oklahoma, is only a short 45-minute drive away to the South. Sardis Lake, Cedar Lake and Wister Lake are only minutes away as well. The Talimena Scenic Drive is 4.5 miles South. The property is about a 1-hour drive from Fort Smith, Arkansas and about 4 hours from Dallas, Texas.
Services to Property: Rural Electricity, Rural Water, Septic System and Propane Gas Delivery.
Land: There are 3.4 acres (m/l) of land with approximate property outline shown on the Google Earth Map at the bottom of this listing. The North property line is the centreline of the Blackfork River, which is a deep hole of crystal clear water providing great recreational opportunities including fishing, kayaking, boating, swimming and waterfowl hunting. The West and South property lines have frontage along a paved county maintained farm to market road. This land is completely covered with an impressive stand of mature timber that is native to South Eastern Oklahoma including a diverse variety of oaks, hackberry, elm, eastern red cedar, sweet gum, birch and sycamore. This is a deep sandy loam river bottom type soil that is suitable for growing fruit trees and garden vegetables. Note: The acreage with this tract is estimated. The property will need to be surveyed prior to closing to determine actual acreage and get a good legal description so title can be conveyed to the new owner.
Comments: This property is the ideal setting for a relaxing and peaceful weekend getaway from city life or even a full time residence. No traffic, no hurrying, just simple life away from the hectic city. This is a very unique property that provides access to a deep hole of beautiful water. This property is also just a few miles from the 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest, which provides many other recreational opportunities. All utilities for building are close to the property. In my opinion, this property can be classified as true “Investment Grade Property”.