Canadian River Ranch Pasture
The Land Doctors are pleased to now present the Canadian River Ranch in two different offerings. The ranch has two distinct personalities. The southern 5100 acres are primarily transitional forest cover and open meadows. You will notice on the aerial that some of the open areas have a natural shape while others appear to be long strips. The open strips were created by aerial application of herbicide to open the forest up and create meadows. The combination of the undisturbed forest, natural openings and the alternating strips of woods and meadows create a diverse landscape that is good for both cattle and wildlife.
The upland portion of this ranch is covered with a blanket of post oaks and other resilient hardwood species for wildlife as well as native grasses for grazing cattle in the open areas. The wooded creek bottoms feature larger red oaks while the open creek bottoms have improved pastures that are good for either grazing or cutting hay. If you need additional pasture, the 2070 acre High Point Ranch is for sale and is located adjacent to Canadian River Ranch on the west. Conversely, if you want additional forest land, the Canadian River Ranch Forest listing adjoins on the north side.
With no public roads running through the ranch, it offers the ultimate in seclusion and privacy. We think you will enjoy the peace and beauty of the views as you look across the rolling hills from one meadow to another. Photos of this part of the ranch are shown in this listing and we are also posting the video for the entire ranch to give you a good overview of both pieces.
The green boundary area indicates parcels where the seller has bought a sizeable undivided interest in the ownership of the land. With some effort, the remaining ownership of these landlocked blocks could be acquired or one could simply continue to use the land as is due to the other owners having no legal access to the property.
Improvements include a ranch managers home, shed and a historic home. The Cornar Hawkins mansion stands at the precipice of a tall ridge overlooking the valley below. As you walk out on the top balcony and take in the scene before you, you can imagine the ambition of the family that built this impressive home out of Oklahoma sandstone in 1934. This structure would be an impressive destination once remodeled and brought back to its original glory.
If you would like to acquire a large block of mixed use land located only a few minutes from Henryetta, OK and Interstate 40, an hour from Tulsa, 90 minutes from OKC or three hours from DFW, just give Kelly Hurt a call at 580 421 7512.