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McLearan Farm, Oklahoma
Property Types: Residential, Timber Land, Vacant Land, Farms, Ranches for Sale, Waterfront, Recreational, Commercial
$1,750,000 / 476.03 Acres / Sold
Activities & Amenities
McLearan Farms offers 476± deeded acres conveniently located in the City of Skiatook, Oklahoma in Osage County. The FSA shows 300 acres of cropland with the remainder in heavy hardwood, Pecans, creeks and ponds. Also included is a 3-bedroom, 1.5 bath home with detached garage and other barns. The Hominy Creek flows through the farm offering excellent natural water resource along with numerous ponds and a wetland. This locating in the Hominy Creek valley also includes excellent soils for productive farming.
Location: The farm is located in far eastern side of Osage County near the Tulsa County line. The location lies between Skiatook and the town of Sperry.
Acreage and Current Operation: The farm totals 476± deeded acres with approximately 70% tillable. The farm is mostly dryland crop production and is currently leased to a local farmer tenant on a 1/3rd share crop. The current owner has the rights to harvest any crop planted for 2020. Scheduled for planting of Soybeans for the summer crop this year. The farm also offers hay production.
Improvements: The original home that was established in 1949 is a 3-bedroom, 1.5 baths with an detached garage and other barns. The home sets on an elevated area of the farm in a nice wooded lot with views of the farm. The home is supplied by city water, Verdigris Valley Electric with septic system.
The home is currently rented until July 2020.
The home is being sold "AS IS WHERE IS' with no warranties. Seller makers no warranties on the properties condition.
Pole barn 3440 square foot
Utility Barn 700 square feet
Detached garage 400 square feet
Recreation & Hunting:
The Hominy Creek has over time created some great wildlife habitat that in turn attracts an abundant amount of wildlife. There are low lying area of wetlands that exist on the farm that can also produce waterfowl. With some minor excavation these areas can be increased in size offering a more attractive area for waterfowl. Fishing is also available with numerous ponds and the Hominy Creek that is fed by Skiatook Lake at only a few miles west of the property.
In 1905 the Midland Valley Rail was established in this part of Oklahoma and runs on the eastern edge of the McLearan Farm. This railway was converted into a public recreational walking and biking trial named the Osage Prairie Trail. This trail follows the corridor of the old Midland Valley Railroad and passes through this farm along with both rural and urban landscapes.
Mineral Rights: No mineral rights are available with the farm. Producing.
Real Estate Taxes: The real estate taxes for the year 2018 payable in 2019 were $1800