Scenic Recreational Building Site In Kosoma, Pushmataha County, OK 2.78 AC
Call Nelson at (469) 855-0400 to view this must-see scenic 2.78 acre property building lot with electric already at site, and panoramic views of the famous Kiamichi Mountains. Located on OK State Highway 2 in Pushmataha County, near Moyers, OK called the "Deer Capitol of Oklahoma" this site is just waiting for the right person build. This small town has historic ties since the 1880's, when the world-famous Frisco Railway built a line through Kosoma, OK and was selected because of its proximity to the Kiamichi River, with its abundant freshwater fishing and water supply. A United States Post Office was established at Kosoma, Indian Territory on November 28, 1888, a testament to its early vitality soon after the railroad opened. This site in with highway road frontage is well suited for a variety of different mixed use residential, recreational, or even commercial. Enjoy setting recreational whitetail deer hunting, hog, wild turkey, rabbits, squirrels, other small game, and even Black Bear. Pushmataha County is one of the few counties in Southeastern Oklahoma with Black Bear hunting. With such easy access, build a retirement home or cabin and sit back and enjoy the peacefulness of county life. Call agent Nelson at (469) 855-0400 to schedule a tour this property.