Rural Route 1 - No Physical Address, Talihina, Oklahoma, 74939
Location: This unique recreational property is located on top of the Blue Mountain Range in south eastern Oklahoma with one side of the property adjoining 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. Cedar Lake, Wister Lake State Park, Post Mountain Lake and Lake Sardis offer some of the best fishing in Oklahoma and are a very short drive from the property. This property is about a 4 hour drive from Dallas, Texas, a 2 hour drive from Tulsa, Oklahoma and a 1 hour drive from Fort Smith, Arkansas. At the bottom of this listing is a Google Earth link with the perimeter of the property outlined to show its exact location.
Services to Property: There currently are no services to this property. It would be possible to drill for a water well and install a septic system. LP Gas could also be delivered to this location.
Access: The north side of the property has frontage along a US Forest Service road (Blue Mountain Road), which is a well-maintained road that will provide all weather access to the property. There is a private road along the East side of the property and a locked entrance gate off Blue Mountain Road.
Land: The approximately 11.97 acres (m/l) of recreational property lies on the crest of the Blue Mountain Range with only moderate elevation change across the property. This North property line has approximately 700 feet of frontage along a US Forest Service Road (Blue Mountain Road) and the West property line has approximately 1,150 feet of frontage to the 1.5 million acre Ouachita National Forest, which provides excellent hunting opportunities for whitetail deer, eastern wild turkey, black bear, wild hogs and other small game species as well as direct access to an impressive network of ATV, hiking and horseback riding trails that are maintained by the US Forest Service. Most of the mature timber was harvested off the property approximately 10 years ago and currently the property is covered with a nice young stand of timber that is native to south eastern Oklahoma including a diverse variety of oaks, red bud, hickory as well as a nice mix of native shortleaf yellow pine trees. There are multiple locations on the property with nice level building locations for an off-grid type cabin.
Owner Financing: Possible owner financing available with 10% down, 7% interest rate and flexible loan term.