School House Loop, Bokoshe, Oklahoma, 74930
LOCATION: This Southeastern Oklahoma country property is nicely located west of the town of Panma, Oklahoma, in LeFlore County. This properties North boundary line is County Road E. 1285 (School House Loop, Bokoshe) and South Boundary line is Brazil Creek. The settings is mostly rural agriculture homes and ranches. Poteau is about 12 miles south. The larger city of Ft. Smith, Ark, is about 25 miles. Tulsa is about 1.45 hrs. Oklahoma City is about 3 hrs. Dallas is about 4.5 hrs.
SERVICES TO LAND: Rural water, electric, telephone, school bus route, mail route and LP gas delivery.
LAND: 80 m/l acres of land consisting of level to gently rolling bottom land bordering the Brazil Creek which is a live flowing creek, most of the land is higher elevation to the north is all above the flood plain. There is estimated to be about 35% of the land in scattered mature timber in small groves and mature hardwood trees along the creek, ideal for wildlife habitat and cover for livestock. An estimated 65% of this land is land with deep sandy-loam soils now in pasture land is all in good native and improved grasses that can be used for livestock or hay. The property is fenced around the perimeter except along the river.
WATER: Rural water for a new home. The new owner could also drill a water well and land would be well suited for a stock pond. Average rainfall in this area is about 45 to 50 inches per year.
TAXES: $93.48 paid last year.
COMMENTS: Views of the mountain to the south can only be appreciated in person. The elevated setting would make a home site perfect for enjoying family cookouts, or just un-winding on your porch while enjoying the views, watching the wildlife or your livestock and watching the sun set over the mountains. This soils would be great for gardening or growing crops. The most attactive feature is the 1/4 mile of creek frontage, where you can enjoy hour of fishing or hunting.