What a beautiful Logan Co. Cimarron River bottom farm sitting in a fantastic location between Perkins, OK and Langston, OK just a few miles South of highway 33. The farm has some really cool history being as it encompasses the old town of Goodnight, OK. The house on the farm is the last standing original home from the town. There is gravel road access to the farm off of West 146th St. and the farm can also be accessed off of Range Rd. on the East side. There are two water wells and electricity on the farm already, just waiting for you to build your dream home or an awesome hunting cabin. The new six strand barb wire fence and freshly painted corners & gates you see as you drive around the perimeter are just a hint as to how beautiful this property really is when you go through it. Over a half mile of river frontage, two ponds, pristine pastures, deep draws, hardwood ridges, great hunting/grazing potential, and beautiful river bottom views, are just a few features of this farm that make it one of the nicest farms available in central Oklahoma, and a great option if you are thinking about buying ground in Logan Co. Whether you are looking for a place to build your full-time residence and run some cows, or a prime river bottom hunting property with tons of potential, there’s a good chance this one checks all the boxes. The farm has a spring coming out of a small cave in one of the draws that has never gone dry and provides an additional water source. Also, the farm is full of oak and burr oak trees that are loaded with acorns. The acorns will be a great food source for deer through the fall and winter. The farm is less than an hour from OKC and less than 30 minutes from Stillwater in a great neighborhood. Call Tony today to set up a private showing, this is the one you don’t want to miss out on!