McAlester Lake Ranch
McAlester Lake Ranch keeps growing!
Acres: Now 7,500 +/- ACRES
Price: $2,250 per acre
Animal Units: 1,500 Mother cows
Location: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg County, 10 miles North of
McAlester and joins the North side of Lake McAlester. It is centrally
located, 120 miles East of Oklahoma City, 80 miles South of Tulsa
and 150 miles North of Dallas, Texas.
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Comments: This is one of the better grass ranches in east central Oklahoma with good warm and cool season grasses. The owner has spent years establishing the fine grasses on this ranch. It is a highly productive ranch.
Main home is built on a natural bluff overlooking a scenic valley and Lake McAlester. The ranch is an excellent state of the art cattle working facilities. McAlester Lake Ranch is well located with easy access to the turnpike and very accessible to all the major business centers of this region.
The 4000+ sq. Ft. ranch headquarters home is made of native rock, built in 1983, 5 BR/3.5 baths, with a 591 sq. ft. two car garage and a 3 car portico parking in front.
The Foreman’s Home is an 1851 sq. ft., built in 1975, 3 BR/1.5 bath, brick home with a 591 sq. ft. garage.
The third home is a native rock 2906 sq. ft., built in 1982, 4 BR/ 5 bath with a 460 sq. ft. garage, 32x28 shed and a 10x12 shed.
The fourth home is an older wooden 1833 sq. ft. 3 BR, built in 1976, 2 bath home with a 324 sq. ft. garage.
The fifth home is a small 925 sq. ft. brick home, 2 BR/1 Bath with 220 sq. ft. garage and 40x60 metal building.
12 X 12 office.
Steel pipe cattle holding and working pens, water, scales, loading facilities, and roll up doors.
Equipment barn with Shop.
Enclosed equipment barn or airplane hangar beside 1,800 foot blacktop runway.
Main cattle working facility and pen area is covered and has hydraulic squeeze chute and hydraulic dipping vat.
Metal pens and traps with a capacity for 2,000 + head, Water for most of pens.
Free natural gas to the main headquarters, foreman’s and the 1,833 sq. ft. home and shop.
Water: Very well watered with at least 1 pond in each pasture - over 50 ponds and lake frontage on Lake McAlester. 46.2 inches average annual rainfall. City water.
Terrain: Open pastures with rolling hills, valleys, and lovely scenery.
Fences: Ranch is partitioned into 54 pastures. Fences are 5 to 6 strands of barbed wire, steel and wood posts and are in good condition.
Grasses: This ranch is one of the better improved grass ranches in Oklahoma. There is approximately 300 acres of timber for deer. Improved grasses are Bermuda base with Kobe Lespedeza, Old World Bluestem, Fescue, Arrowleaf Clover, and Yellow Hop Clover. Native Grass is Little & Big Bluestem, Indian and Switch grass.
Game: Whitetail deer, quail, dove, wild turkey, wild hogs.
For more information on this ranch call Bob Carper at (580) 513-5847.