Mountain View Ranch, Oklahoma
(972) 649-6200 x105
(972) 649-6200 x105
Mountain View Ranch tracts are incredible properties featuring both desirable elevation and beauty. This area is a hunters paradise with plenty of deer, turkey, and other wildlife. You will find seasonal creeks and a mixture of pasture and timber on this tree lined property. Beautiful mountain views to the North and South. Great for ranching, recreation and great home sites.
This part of Oklahoma is absolutely gorgeous. With its beautiful landscapes, warm weather, plentiful lakes and streams and Southern hospitality southeastern Oklahoma is becoming a popular choice for people looking to relocate. The crystal clear lakes, rugged mountains, secluded meadows and piney woods create a diverse array of geography and wildlife. Residents of southeastern Oklahoma enjoy limitless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Pushmataha county alone boasts five public lakes clear enough to enjoy scuba diving. Thousands of acres of public lands offer ample opportunities for wildlife viewing and bird watching. Horseback riding, hiking, camping and several public and private golf courses are only minutes away from everyone’s front door.
All this adds to a beautiful scenic property like no other conveniently located in Southeastern Oklahoma. With county road frontage on two sides and easy access from US Highway 271 southeast of Talihina, Oklahoma, you will not find a better place to call home! Electricity is located along county road Posk Oak/E1630 Rd. Each tract has a combination of not only open pasture but many trees and offers incredible views of the countryside and surrounding Kiamichi and Ouachita mountains.
While southeastern Oklahoma offers true country living, residents are conveniently located close to major metropolitan areas; Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Dallas and Ft. Worth and Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
Your interest rate will vary based on your down payment. The more you put down, the better rate you receive.
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1. WHERE IS THE PROPERTY LOCATED?
This property is located only 10.5 miles southeast from Talihina, Oklahoma in Pushmataha County.
2. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE ELEVATION OF THE PROPERTY?
The average elevation is approximately 680 feet.
3. WHAT IS THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR?
4. WHAT DOES THE PROPERTY LOOK LIKE?
Surround yourself with rolling hills, live water streams and ponds, beautiful meadows, fabulous panoramic vistas and great backdrop views of the surrounding mountains. All are the perfect setting for the unspoiled countryside of Pushmataha County. With every breath of fresh, clean air, you'll know this pristine unspoiled property is for you - especially since it has been thoughtfully master-planned to exist in harmony with nature and wildlife.
5. WHAT TOWNS ARE CLOSEST TO THE PROPERTY?
This scenic property is approximately 10.5 miles southeast of Talihina, Oklahoma, 190 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and 175 miles south of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
6. WHAT IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE?
None. GPS Coordinates are provided for the corners per plan layout according to metes and bounds. Corners were marked at one time. Exact corners would need be completed by a Licensed Oklahoma Surveyor.
7. WHAT ARE MOST PEOPLE PLANNING TO DO WITH THEIR LAND?
Most property owners feel that it is a good opportunity to own a nice lot, yet affordable piece of Oklahoma. The unique proximity of this property to Talihina will allow owners to enjoy a country lifestyle while living just minutes away from the amenities a city has to offer. Some owners plan to make their property into a second home, while others plan to move to their property after retirement. Many plan to pass it down to their children or grandchildren, while others plan to possibly subdivide the property at a later date, keeping some acreage and selling the rest. Many of the property owners also plan to utilize the property as a permanent home or a recreational retreat or getaway from the hustle and bustle of the big city. These lots are ready for you to build your dream home or just enjoy the good feeling of land ownership.
8. WHAT ABOUT WATER?
You are entitled to drill a domestic well on your property at your own cost. Water is not guaranteed to be available at any specific depths, quantity, or quality. Contact a Licensed Oklahoma Well driller for further information and proposed costs. Williams Drilling Company: (580)298-2382. Average cost is around $17-$20 per foot.
9. WHAT ABOUT UTILITIES?
Currently, there is electric service available along Post Oak Road. However, utility easements have been established to allow for the future extension of electricity along the parcel boundaries. Waste water disposal for is achieved by individual septic systems. Contact the individual providers for further requirements and proposed costs. Serviced by Kiamichi Electric Cooperative. (800)888-2731. www.kiamichielectric.org
10. WHAT IS THE PROPERTY ZONED AND WHAT ARE THE PROPERTY TAXES FOR A PARCEL?
The zoning allows Recreational/Residential. Currently, the approximate annual property taxes calculate to approximately $25 per year and vary per lot. Taxes are current.
11. IF I FINANCE THE PROPERTY, TO WHOM DO I MAKE MY PAYMENTS AND HOW WILL I KNOW I HAVE RECEIVED PROPER CREDIT FOR MY PAYMENTS?
Your payments will be made to Classic Country Land. We have our own in house financing available.
12. MAY I USE THE LAND WHILE I'M PAYING FOR IT AND WHEN DO I RECEIVE A DEED TO MY PROPERTY?
Yes, beginning the very day you sign the purchase contract, the land is yours to use and enjoy.
13. CAN I RESELL MY PROPERTY IN THE FUTURE AND MAKE A PROFIT?
While there is no guarantee of profit from any land sale, historically land prices have increased in value. We believe there are many reasons for this upward trend, including inflation, population growth, a decreasing supply of land, the public's desire for a more natural environment, trend toward movement away from urban areas and the increasing popularity of outdoor recreational activities.
14. IS THERE A PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION OR ANY RESTRICTIONS ON THE PROPERTY?
There is no property owners association, however we do have Mountain View Covenants.
15. WHAT WILL THE ROAD SURFACE BE LIKE?
County maintained dirt road frontage. Unmaintained dirt roads to existing lots.
16. DOES A BUYER HAVE TO BUILD A HOUSE WITHIN A CERTAIN TIME FRAME?
A buyer is never obligated to a timeframe to build on their property.
17. WHY ARE SOME PROPERTIES MORE EXPENSIVE THAN OTHERS?
The properties have been priced according to our "A B C" analysis and consideration of the proximity of the parcels to existing electric. "A B C" stands for Access, Beauty and Character. In other words, how good, quick or easy is the access to the property from the main highway or county road, etc. The beauty of the property mainly pertains to the vegetation and scenic views etc. The character of the property refers mainly to its topography. For example: Is the parcel flat, rolling, steep, etc.
18. IS THERE A PENALTY FOR PAYING OFF MY LAND EARLY?
There is absolutely no prepayment penalty. Your monthly payment is applied to your account balance using simple interest on the unpaid balance. Any and all extra monthly payments will be applied directly to the principal. All extra payments will directly lower your balance, reducing the overall interest you pay on your purchase.
19. CAN I MAKE AN OFFER AND WHAT KINDS OF DISCOUNTS ARE AVAILABLE?
Offers are discouraged as the properties are priced for immediate sale under our "No Haggle" pricing policy.
20. WHAT IS THE LEAST AMOUNT I CAN PUT DOWN AND HOW DO I KNOW I QUALIFY TO BUY?
A minimum of $299 down payment is required for our no-qualifying, guaranteed financing and there is no further qualifying involved.
21. WILL I BE PRESSURED TO BUY?
Absolutely not! At Classic Country Land our "no pressure" policy is always in effect. Our prime properties practically sell themselves. We won't be hounding you to buy. However, our friendly ranch representatives are always available to take your call and answer any questions you might have and we welcome those calls. Be assured you'll always be treated with respect and there will be absolutely no pressure to buy. References are also available upon request. If you have any further questions about Classic Country Land, LLC please don't hesitate to give us a call at 972-649-6200 x105 and one of our friendly representatives will be happy to assist you.
Pushmataha County, Oklahoma
Pushmataha county is located in southeastern Oklahoma with Antlers serving as the county seat. Pushmataha County is one of the largest counties in Oklahoma with many lakes, streams, and mountains to choose from. Antlers was named after the numerous deer antlers left by the Indian hunters around the spring.
The top draws of this region are the abundant hunting, fishing. camping, and boating found at any of the local lakes and rivers. A great place to just get away from it all, to relax and have fun. Southeastern Oklahoma is often regarded as the most scenic in the state and it really is a sportsman's paradise.
The Kiamichi River is excellent for bass, catfish, bream, sand bass and crappie. There are numerous lakes within one hour distance for the fishing and boating enthusiasts. Fishing guides are available if you need one.
Hunters come from all over to look for deer, wild turkey, wild boar, quail, and squirrel in Pushmataha County. Oklahoma hunters have on average taken nearly 100,000 deer a year for the last several deer seasons and the state is looking for ways to increase this number. Deer season is a huge event in Pushmataha County!
Kiamichi Country is the Ultimate Sportsman's Paradise in Southeastern Oklahoma. Not only are the hunting and fishing experience king in this region, the sheer beauty of the seven mountain ranges bring to mind the Talimena Scenic Drive, the numerous lakes in this picturesque tourist area.
With the mountain vistas, you can also experience the unbelievable views and also the best fall foliage tours in the Midwest. If you add all kinds of water sports, camping, horse trails, hiking , hang gliding and sightseeing to your list of things to do, it can take days to completely cover the Kiamichi Country area.
Come see for yourself what they are saying about this wonderful region. Looking for a great place to retire or own a vacation home or weekend cabin? You have found the right place to look Come spend a weekend, a week, or a month. You may not want to leave!
There are 10 state parks located throughout Kiamichi Country. Each park has unique points of interest along with facilities that can make your life a little more comfortable. See State Parks for further information. The Kiamichi Country consists of seven Southeastern counties, each with their own wonderful towns, sights and activities to offer the public; Choctaw, Pushmataha, McCurtain, LeFlore, Latimer, Haskell, and Pittsburg.
The Honobia Creek Wildlife Management Area covers 76,000 acres in Pushmataha and LeFlore counties and has literally hundreds of miles of trails for horses or four wheelers in these managed timberlands. The Little River Wildlife Refuge area is located in the Broken Bow area Waterfowl, primarily mallard and wood duck, have traditionally used the habitat within the Refuge. The refuge is open for hiking, birdwatching, wildlife observation, and photography.
The Hugo Wildlife Management Area covers a total of 19,566 acres located in Choctaw and Pushmataha counties. The Lyndol Fry Waterfowl Refuge is located adjacent to the Kiamichi River and consists of 3,500 acres. This Kiamichi Country mountain region has many streams and rivers for various float trips such as canoeing, rafting, kayaking, fishing and mountain ATV trails. The Kiamichi River, Little River, Glover River, and Mountain Fork River are just a few of the exciting choices to explore and float with various canoe rentals in the area.
Ouachita National Forest
Ouachita National Forest is just down the road.
The Ouachita National Forest is the South’s oldest national forest, compromising more than 1.6 million acres. Rich in history, the rugged Ouachita Mountains were first explored in 1541 by Hernando De Soto’s party of Spainards. French explorers followed, flavoring the region with names like Fourche la Fave River. “Ouachita” is the French spelling of the Indian word Washita which means "good hunting grounds".
Stretching from near the center of Arkansas to southeast Oklahoma, the Ouachita Mountains are generously endowed with a multitude of recreational opportunities. Sightseeing is a popular way to view changing landscapes throughout the year. travel the Talimena Scenic Byway or Highway 7 National Scenic Byway for great photo opportunities at each breathtaking vista. Top-notch trails cut through these mountains for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
One of the most popular is the Ouachita National Recreation Trail, which traverses 192 miles across the rugged, scenic peaks of the Ouachita Mountains. Watersport enthusiast’s can canoe the scenic Caddo River and float or fish the Little Missouri and Ouachita Rivers. Most major recreation areas are located near a freeflowing creek, stream, or river so campers can enjoy swimming, boating, or fishing.
The Ouachitas also provide some of the best hunting for wild turkey, deer, and other game in-season. Besides outdoor fun, the forest provides timber and other forest products for the nation. The forest’s ecosystem management policy guarantees both healthy land now and careful use of the forest for the future.
More than 600 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding are available, ranging from short interpretive trails of less than 1 mile to longer routes on the 192-mile Ouachita National Trail. Trails vary in level of difficulty from primitive trails in wilderness areas to paved, interpretive trails, some for physically challenged visitors. Some trails are available for a variety of uses(equestrian, mountain bike, off-road vehicle), while others are single use, so please check with the local Forest Service office for information before your trip.
Thirty-three camp and picnic grounds are available during the late spring, summer and early fall. Selected areas remain open year-round to accommodate fall and winter visitors. A fee is charged to use some national forest recreation areas. Fees vary based on the type of services provided at each area. Scenic Byways The Ouachita has two designated National Forest Scenic Byways: Arkansas Scenic Highway 7 and Talimena Scenic Byway crossing mountain tops from Arkansas into Oklahoma. Both byways offer visitors outstanding opportunities to enjoy pleasure driving and scenic viewing.
The variety of enjoyable experiences provided by the assortment of rivers on the Ouachita is remarkably wide, ranging from unmatched trout streams to rugged whitewater rivers, to peaceful passages ideal for first-time floaters. Some of the Forest’s most popular waterways are the Caddo and Ouachita Rivers and the two designated Wild and Scenic Rivers, Cossatot and Little Missouri.
Our waters abound with largemouth, smallmouth or spotted bass, green sunfish, longear sunfish, catfish, bluegill, and crappie.
Hunting is permitted anywhere on the Ouachita National Forest except within developed recreation areas or otherwise posted sites. All State hunting and fishing regulations, fees, and seasons apply on national forest land.