The Okmulgee County 79 is that place you've always dreamed of owning. The property sits just 30-45 minutes south of Tulsa with all the amenities you could want. As you turn into the property off Old U.S. 75 highway and meander down your own private driveway, you are greeted with a beautiful view of the pasture, home, and shop. The 2,150 sq. ft., 3-bedroom home features a big loft, 3 showers, alder wood doors and cabinets, central heat and air, an aerobic system, hardwoods floors, and has a central vacuum system. There is Generac backup power to the house and shop as well. The front porch offers great views overlooking the pond and woods. Add in those pretty evening sunsets and it's like something you would see on a postcard. The 3,750 sq. ft. shop is fully insulated and was built with red iron on a 6-inch slab with two overhead garage doors and a walk-through door. This seller cuts no corners on anything he does and the quality of the shop and home on this property needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.
Flat Rock Creek runs through the entire property and provides water and habitat for the abundant whitetail and turkey population on this property and all the surrounding properties as well. Plenty of water, big hardwoods, tillable ground, dense grasses, a stocked pond, and three included hunting blinds help to make this place one of the nicest, turnkey properties on the market within an hour of Tulsa.
The pasture offers plenty of grazing potential and could also be cut for hay. There is an older set of pens and a small barn the seller has kept in good shape that could be used for pets or livestock. The location of the older pens and barn would also make an ideal second building site for a home or shop. The Okmulgee County 79 is a one of a kind place and leaves very little to be desired. Call Tony today, this one will be gone soon!