SOLD December 2015
Acres: 480 ACRES
Animal Units: 40 cows
Location: Adair and Sequoyah County, OK, just south of Stilwell, OK and 30 miles West of Ft. Smith, AR.
Comments: Nestled in eastern Oklahoma's Boston Mountains, just west of the Ozark National Forest, lies one of the premier recreational riverfront properties in Oklahoma. If you are looking for live water, mountains, fertile land and game, this is your place.
Little Lee Creek, which is recognized as an Oklahoma Scenic River, meanders for a mile through these 480 acres. It has the capacity for both rafting and canoeing, and serves as a perfect habitat for native small mouth bass. In addition to this live water, the property also features a quarter of a mile of one of the most pristine creeks that flows through Sonny Gile Hollow.
The property has three quarters of a mile of highway frontage and a black top road that tees into it. The property is easily accessible while retaining a remote feel. It has both bottom land and mountains, along with great water and an abundance of fish and game.
Water: There are two water wells that support 1,500 feet of water lines that are used for watering livestock and for human consumption. Little Lee Creek meanders for a mile through these 480 acres. A quarter mile of pristine creek flows through Sonny Gile Hollow.
Terrain: The property's elevation change from 650 to 1,000 feet and its unique boundaries give it great diversity that creates a feel of vastness for its size with both bottom land and mountains. The property has the capacity to grow corn and soybeans and was once used as a commercial squash farm. The native hardwood timber is predominately red oak, white oak and walnut. It also has an abundance of gravel and rock that can used for road building to go along with the miles of roads and trails that are suitable for ATV or for small motored vehicles.
Minerals: 240 Acres of minerals are available for purchase. Fences:Good fences.
Grasses: It produces cool season grasses as well as Bermuda for the summer, so it is ideal for grazing livestock.
Game: The property supports all of eastern Oklahoma's native game, so there is an abundance of wild turkey and whitetail deer, as well as some black bear and wild hog. The area is also well known for its bald eagles and sightings of an occasional mountain lion.
Climate: Adair County, OK receives an average rainfall of 48.58 inches per year. Average days with precipitation is 89. Average annual snowfall is 9.9 inches. Average maximum temperature is 71° with record being 114°. The average minimum temperature is 49° with the lowest being –27°. Average days of 90° or higher is 54, days of 20°or lower is 21. Growing season is 211 days. Last Spring freeze April 7, last Autumn freeze October 29.