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Beautiful off grid mountain hunting land with a large flowing creek!

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Property ID: 4194013

Owner Financing Available

30.00 Acres

Price: $69,000

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Beautiful off grid mountain hunting land with a large flowing creek!

Property ID: 4194013

Price: $69,000

30.00 Acres

Status: Active

Owner Financing Available

General Location:

North of Antlers OK

County

Pushmataha County

MLS #:

 

Property ID:

4194013

Description:

This is the perfect off grid property to spend a weekend or a lifetime. 30 foot wide creek about two foot deep.

Cash discount price is $69,900

or

Finance price is $79.000, 20k down at 12%


Two lots together each 15 acres

https://land-listings.com/listings-view.php?landID=8804

and

https://land-listings.com/listings-view.php?landID=8803

Great hunting and peace and quiet are a recipe for a busy person wanting to get away from it all!

Access is by Jeep or side-by-side. Getting to the property is easily done with truck but there is a nice creek that will take a Jeep or side-by-side to get across that is on this property!

The Kiamichi Wilderness is approximately 10,000 acres of land around Big Mountain in Pushmataha County, alongside the Kiamichi River near Antlers Oklahoma. It was purchased/subdivided in the 1970's by a real estate developer and sold to residents of Oklahoma and Texas as a "get-away" place for weekend fun. It has grown since then to a vibrant community, complete with a Volunteer Fire Department and a Landowner's association.

Landowners here come from all walks of life. All are drawn here by the beauty of the rocky hills, trees, clear-running creeks, rambling trails, abundant wildlife, and quiet living. Many choose to build cabins here and teach their children about nature, preservation, and the simple lives people lived so long ago. Others still choose to retire here; escaping the noise of the big city and building long-lasting relationships in our community.