5 Acres – Pushmataha County, OK
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RuralLandWatch.com’s property #OK204 is a beautiful, heavily wooded property located in the rolling hills of western Pushmataha Oklahoma. This 5 acre tract offers gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains and a perfect mixture of trees, elevation change and rock formations. And a river runs through the middle of the property! Wow.
Pushmataha County is located in the Western part of Oklahoma. As of the 2010census, the population was 11,572, and it’s county seat is Antlers.
This part of western Oklahoma is absolutely gorgeous. High temperatures during summer can reach 100 degrees F, often for several days in a row. Low temperatures during the winter may reach single digits, but these “cold snaps”are rare and short-lived.
Wildlife is abundant throughout the area and this 5 acre tract is ideal for hunting cabins or a weekend RV. There is (is no) power in the subdivision, but there is a power pole on the south side of and another one to the east along the county road.
The property is covered with mature timber and it has excellent road frontage,with electricity and a water line. Another benefit – No HOA’s! No dues! This parcel of land has great open spaces, excellent for building.
Snow is a rare event, and is almost never deeper than one inch and generally melts within a day. With its beautiful landscapes, warm weather, plentiful, nearby lakes, streams and southern hospitality. The area’s communitty Facebook boasts of homecomings, trade days & county fairs. … western Oklahoma REALLY is an ideal spot to get away from it all – and still be nearby shopping and medical amenities and friendly neighbors.
The crystal clear lakes, rugged mountains, secluded meadows and piney woodscreate a diverse array of geography and wildlife. Residents of western Oklahoma enjoy nearly limitless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Thousands of acres of public lands offer ample opportunities for wildlife viewing, bird watching and hunting. Horseback riding, hiking, camping, fishing and several public lakes are only a short drive away.
There are lots of local attractions nearby as well:
- Sardis Lake (20 miles away)
- The Kiamachi Wilderness area
- Hugo Lake (25 miles away)
- McGee Creek Natural Scenic State Recreation Area (10 miles away)
- Bolen Hollow State Public Hunting Area (20 miles away)
- Ouichita National Forest ( 60 miles away )
The property is just 2 1/2 hours drive from downtown Dallas and just 30 minutesfrom Mcalester, Oklahoma.
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