133 Acres, more or less, make up the Bandy Creek Ranch on the edge of the city limits of Wilburton, Oklahoma. The property consists of 5 cross fenced pastures that are ideal for rotational grazing with access to water on each. The north 26 acres of timber is fenced off an ideal for hunting. Bandy creek runs through the middle of the property and is year-round. There are an additional 2 year-round ponds. Deer abound on the property even though the property rests on the edge of town. There is east and west gated entries, with county roads to each entrance. A covered carport with water hookup is setup for a camper trailer on site. Electricity and county water are nearby as well as 3 phase electric. At the center of the property are pipe corrals for working cattle. There is also a 64X82 barn with a working alley and corrals ideal for working cattle and storing baled hay. The property has recently produced approximately 120 round bales a year on average or un approximately 37 cow/calf pairs. Grasses have been sprayed yearly prior to 2022.
Wilburton is the county seat of Latimer County in eastern Oklahoma, approximately 3 and half hours north of Dallas, 1 hour and 15 minutes southwest of Fort Smith, Arkansas, and approximately 2 and half hours south east of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Bandy creek ranch is an ideal property for ranching, hunting, and building your new home!! For further information or to schedule a private tour, contact Melanie Pennebaker at 918-413-8319.
This ranch has approximately 350 acres of open pasture and the balance is sparsely to heavily treed. The predominant grasses are Bermuda, Clovers, Fescue, and native grasses. The stocking rate has historically ranged between 120 and 200 head. The neighboring Canadian River Ranch has high-fencing that runs along the south, west and part of the north boundaries.
14 ponds and several streams provide ample water for livestock. Nine pastures allow for rotational grazing. Some of the pastures are improved grasses such as Bermuda and Clovers, while some are impressive native grass pastures. An enormous working facility features catch pens, sorting pens, working pens, all located under massive hardwood trees that provide thick shade for cattle and workers. There are also pens by the house. There is electricity to both sets of pens, the south pens are currently not hooked up, and water to the pens by the house.
The beautifully remodeled home sits back into the property down a long tree-lined lane away from the county road. With about 3,000 sq. ft. the home sports four bedrooms, (two master suites with walk in closets), three bathrooms, open concept kitchen/living/dining area, a large den, walk-in storage room, walk-in pantry, large mud room, and an attached two car garage. The kitchen boasts custom cabinets, beautiful sandstone counter tops, pullouts in the lower cabinets and adjustable shelving in the uppers. There is also an extra room currently used for extra freezers and refrigerators. The large storm shelter is accessed from inside the house. AND there is fiber optic cable to the home!
The forested areas contain some harvestable hardwood timber, moss rock and other potential landscaping stone, and habitat for a wide variety of wildlife, and birds. There are so many cool shaded hideaway spots along the streams for peaceful enjoyment, and they also provide shade, water and cover for the livestock. Many large, beautiful pecan trees are also scattered over the ranch. At least three of the ponds are stocked with fish.
This is an impressive owner operated working cattle ranch with everything you need to be in business. It is set up so you can move cattle from the far west side to the working facilities on the east side. For additional information or to view this ranch call Sandy Brock Bahe at 918-470-4710 or toll free at 844-WCR-LAND.