Ask Richard Senn
This 260-acres is located in Mayes County. This expansive piece of land offers opportunities for cattle farming and recreational property, and excellent building spots, There are two ponds on the land, providing a reliable water source and A live creek flows through the property. Legend has it that it served as a hideout for the notorious Dalton Gang , adding a historical element to the property. Also Known as Whiskey Gap. The historic barn, showcases the rich heritage of the area. A 30 x 60 shop, concrete floor, working pens, well and outbuildings. frost free waterers, in the corrals. The panoramic views from the top of the property are breathtaking! The property you will never need to take a vacation from. 45 minutes from Tulsa, Siloam Springs, and Joplin
Directions: From Adair Take HWY 28 West to N 431 Rd, Go North to the property on the corner. The gates are locked and there is not a sign. An appointment is needed to see the property
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Listed By: Susan Yoder of American Pride Realty, Llc.