This farm is perfect for a family wanting to grow crops within an hour of Tulsa or to grow vegetables for a farmer’s market.
A small corner of the property touches Historic Route 66, providing highway frontage for a fruit stand, vegetable stand, or country store.
There currently is no zoning in this part of Rogers County, and so one could do just about anything with this land adjoining the highway.
This property is well suited to any kind of agricultural operation, including training horses, raising horses, cattle, chickens, hogs, or other kinds of livestock.
The dirt is wonderful and the verdant pasture is a mixture of Bermuda and native Blue Stem grasses. The land has been fallow for many years and so should support any kind of agricultural activity.
The property is bisected east-west by Diver Creek, a wet-weather creek that is bordered by woods.
There are two small ponds on the property south of the creek. The pond in the southwest corner is half-owned by the neighbor to the west.
The house is an older home built of concrete block construction in 1962. Originally on a crawl space, an addition was added on a slab. The home has a metal roof built over the original low-pitched roof of composition shingles. So there is extra insulation between the two roofs.
The house has 4 bedrooms with a “dressing room” in addition to the original bathroom, providing a total of two showers, two sinks, and one toilet.
There are two metal shops with concrete floors that can be used as garages or equipment storage.
There is a small garden shed.
The second house on the property has no value and is exempt from inspections.
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