Secluded Recreation Living HWY 109 Boswell Choctaw County, OK 60 AC

Choctaw County Oklahoma
60+/- Acres
Pam Vansickle

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Property Information

ID: 24525
Status: Available
Price: $250,000
Acres: 60 +/-
Address: 1883 Rd North 4070
City, State: Boswell, Oklahoma
County: Choctaw
ZIP Code: 74727
Presented By: Pam Vansickle
Dwelling Sq Ft: 1,650
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2


Call PAM VANSICKLE Land Specialist @ 580-579-2094 RARE PRIVATE LOCATION SOUTH OF HWY 109 DON'T MISS OUT !!!! Check out this secluded recreational metal county home one 60 acres located just Southeast of HWY 109 and North of Red River in Choctaw County, OK. This 2 bedroom 2 bathroom country home with 1650 sq. ft. built in 2005 is the perfect starter or retirement home. Nice country home which only lacks its own private well, which in this area, invest 5 thousand dollars and you could have your own private well and be self-sufficient. If you're looking to run cattle, board horses or just want plenty of privacy and seclusion, then you need to take a look at this property. Property features sandy loam soil which is 60% cleared and 40% wooded providing the perfect place to enjoy recreational hunting of whitetail deer, Eastern wild turkey, waterfowl, hogs, squirrels and other small game. With Red River in such close proximity to this property, the additional pond which was added to the property has created ideal access for wildlife and has attracted an abundance of hunting opportunities. Walking & hunting trails can be found throughout the property and with this stocked pond, it's the ideal weekend family getaway or retirement retreat. This property will not last long Call Pam Vansickle Land Specialist @ 580-579-2094 NOW to arrange your appointment.

Additional Information


  • dove
  • hog
  • quail
  • small game
  • turkey
  • waterfowl
  • whitetail deer


  • atv trails
  • hunting

water access

  • pond
  • river


  • pond


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