Limestone Creek - SOLD
Love County, OK
The beautiful Love County property features a limestone bottomed creek, which is rare along the Red River. This historic property has been in the same family since before statehood. Remnants of the old homestead can still be found on a tree-lined high point near the middle of the farm.
The property has an excellent mix of elevations and ecotypes which transition constantly throughout the property. Upon entering the gate which is at the end of a dead-end county round, a small pecan bottom eventually gives way to thicker timber along the creek. Mixed hardwoods line the creek bottom, but transition to plum thickets and crosstimbers as the elevation rises toward the center of the property. An old farm field which has not been farmed, hayed or grazed in many years is beginning to become overgrown, providing excellent wildlife habitat. An old pond sits at the corner of they homestead and hayfield. Mixed crosstimbers with brush and sparse cedar timber begins as the hay fields ends and the property begins to slope gently downward toward the Red River.
There is an old hand-laid rock wall just before a ridge gives way to an abrupt 50' drop off into the river bottom. Giant oaks, hickory and pecan can be found along this area, including one of the largest Bur Oaks I have ever witnessed. Deer, turkey and hog sign is abundant throughout the property.
65 acres of minerals can also be purchased through negotiation.
Trevor Potts, Broker
Cody Gillham, Associate
Atoka County, OK
9 acre stocked lake
BIG mature deer