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Kiamichi River Frontage Development Opportunity!
Located in Antlers, OK in Pushmataha County along the Kiamichi River sits 665 +/- acres Bates Ranch full of beautiful riverfront pasture and timber. Just 2 hours from Dallas, TX and 1 hour from Broken Bow, OK this ranch is true developers dream with miles of Kiamichi River frontage to develop in an ideal location! The ranch is centrally located to multiple lakes in the area like Sardis Lake, McGee Creek Reservoir and State Park, Pine Creek Lake, Clayton Lake, and Broken Bow Lake providing plenty of additional recreational value.
The Bates ranch boasts a beautiful executive style home that has been recently remodeled and updated throughout! With a new roof, new floor to ceiling stone fireplace, new addition with pool and hot tub this home has it all! The house is a 4 bed, 2.5 bath, and 1.5 stories. It’s open concept makes it ideally suited for entertaining and hosting guests and in addition to being a great home it would make the perfect headquarters or lodge to any business venture! The home is serviced with rural water or has the option to use well water from the well adjacent to the house. The house is centrally located on the property down a long private driveway and it sits just above Judge Cox Creek, which is a full time creek that feeds from the Kiamichi River and meanders the property providing mature timbered creek bottoms and a plentiful water source and cover for wildlife. In addition to the home there is a 60x40 shop building that sits behind the house with several other outbuildings, barns, and loafing sheds providing ample storage for tractors, hay, or equipment. The Bates ranch has been a working cattle ranch for years and also has 40x40 barn with horse stalls and an additional barn with cattle pens and chutes for working cattle.
Perhaps the most sought after feature of the Bates Ranch is the 2+ miles of Kiamichi River frontage along the eastern boundary. The Kiamichi River is a river in southeastern Oklahoma and is a tributary of the Red River of the South. Its headwaters rise on Pine Mountain in the Ouachita Mountains near the Arkansas border. From its source in Polk County, Arkansas, it flows approximately 177 miles its confluence with the Red River at Hugo, Oklahoma. The Kiamichi River has long been a sought after river for land purchase providing not only beautiful and scenic views but also recreational entertainment like fishing, swimming, kayaking and more! The Kiamichi River frontage provides the Bates Ranch with endless business opportunities or development opportunities from Air BNBs, to RV and Campsites, to home developments on the river and more.
In addition the river the property has Class 4 & 5 sandy loam soil providing productive soil for hay pastures or crops. The ranch is teaming with wildlife from wild turkeys, to whitetail deer, hogs, and maybe even the occasional Elk or Black Bear. Antlers, OK and Pushmataha County have long been known as the Deer Capital of the World and the Trophy Big Buck Record setting county. This ranch has trophy deer potential and would make a world class hunting ranch. In addition to creeks and rivers the ranch is a great mixed used property with lush pastures and mature timber and elevation changes.
If you’ve been looking for your next development or possibly your next hunting or cattle ranch then you’d be hard pressed to find a ranch that has all of the features of the Bates Ranch. Give Richard Senn with 1776 Land Company a call today at 918-600-7509 to schedule a tour today.
· 665 +/- Acres
· 2+ Miles of Kiamichi River Frontage
· Development and Business Opportunity
· Executive Home 4 bed, 3 Bath, 4,189 Sq. Ft.
· Pool and Hot Tub
· Newly Remolded
· 60x40 Shop
· 40x40 Barn with Horse Stalls
· Multiple Outbuildings
· Long Private Drive
· Privacy and Seclusion
· Class 4 & 5 Soil
· Judge Cox Creek
· Mature Timber
· Trophy Whitetail
· Wild Turkey
· Centrally Located to Multiple Lakes
· Number Recreational Activities
· Horse Back Riding
· 1 Hour from Broken Bow, OK
· 2 Hours from Dallas/Ft. Worth
· 2.5 Hours from Tulsa/OKC