Recreational Paradise of Burn Mountain Ranch Overlooking Canadian River Bottoms

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Price: $2,780,000
Acreage: 1112
County: Muskogee
State: Oklahoma

Price Per Acre

$2,500.00 per acre

Property Description

Sitting less than 10 minutes off I-40 southeast of Warner, Oklahoma and less than a mile off blacktop, lies a quintessential piece of Oklahoma real estate that holds a very high recreational value. On your way to visit the farm, if you know what you're looking for, you can see Holt Mountain from many miles away. You will own the lion's share of the top of that mountain with the purchase of Burn Mountain Ranch!

A short drive off the pavement leads you directly to the large gated entry of this secluded mountain property known as Burn Mountain Ranch. Just inside you will come upon a brand new, fully-insulated 5,000 square foot shop with 4 overhead doors and office space. The shop also offers 2 HVAC units and a third in the office. A full bathroom with a toilet and shower, as well as a plumbed ice maker, shop sink, and washer/dryer hookups. This area easily could be converted to a second living space or converted to a full-blown barndominium. Adjacent to the shop is a 2,200 square foot modular home less than a year old, boasting a 16'x73' covered porch overlooking the 5 acre trap. Relax on your porch and soak up some of God’s greatest sunsets he paints in Oklahoma.

Access through the ranch is anchored off the main trail that runs through most of the area and provides access to the back very easily. Owners have tirelessly improved all the trails, as well as added more, that are perfect for a side-by-side or a 4-wheeler or even a tractor, and he continually adds and extends more. These trails give you access to almost all areas that otherwise would be very difficult to reach. Multiple areas have been placed into strategic food plots and more are being added or expanded, as well as feeder stations, towers, and stands in place. After just a few minutes of touring the farm, you will be able to see how this farm will hunt even bigger than it is. You and the whole family could be hunting at the same time and never even know there was anyone else around. Two ponds, as well as countless run-offs and pockets of water that are potentially spring-fed, allow the wildlife to find something to drink all over the property. Deer and deer sign can be observed at every corner. The oak trees not only provide thick cover, but they also drop lots of food for wildlife in the form of acorns. Stands can be placed at any number of spots and some of the scouting for these locations has already been done by the current owner. As in all real estate, location is everything and this one happens to be adjacent to the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge. There is little to no deer hunting allowed on the refuge, which as you might expect, helps deer get to an old enough age to reach their full potential. The rut has a special place in most whitetail deer hunter's hearts and this great hunting property will be one where November lifetime memories are made. Deer running this much property, when the rut is in full swing, can be some of the most heart-pumping hunting you can do. Wild hogs and turkeys have also been known to visit this wooly part of the county. This mountain ranch offers a hunting style that is not your typical whitetail style. The deer move more similar to that of elk, following the climate adjustments up and down the mountainside. Feeding down into fields at night and back up to the security of the timber and comfort in the mornings.

Build your dream home or improve the home so that it has a simple spot to stay when you visit the property. The views from both sides of Holt Mountain, at an elevation of 984 feet, are absolutely breathtaking. Looking over the vast irrigated farmland to the south and the Canadian River to the east, it's easy to find yourself speechless and in awe of the vastness and beauty, let alone the benefits these fields provide for wildlife as their primary food source. Plum thickets are scattered throughout the property and are ideal for additional wildlife as well as personal enjoyment.

You might think being that this ranch is primarily mountain top, “Well the 2 ponds are the only water sources…”. The number of springs and seeps running across this ranch will truly astound a person. Crystal clear crossings and drainages provide sources throughout the property. The seller has researched and plans to construct a nearly 10 acre lake in the center of the ranch, utilizing the natural terrain and springs from within the mountain. This is not to mention a nearly 100 foot waterfall discovered recently by the seller. That's pretty impressive for any property in Oklahoma, not a feature you really think to be in this state let alone on a private ranch. Water is not in short supply on the ranch at all.

When you have over 450 feet of elevation change, you can attract people who love to hike and enjoy the outdoors. The off-season recreational aspects of this farm should not be overlooked. Viewing a topographic map, it's obvious where some of the more rowdy terrains are dropping in elevation. Some of these drops in elevation are straight up and down and are even rumored to hide caves. You can hike this tract of land all day and still only see a fraction of it. People who like to push the limits of their ability and that of their machines, such as 4 wheelers and dirt bikes, will love the way this estate is laid out. More riding trails could be added with some sweat equity. All buyers must provide proof of funds or pre-qualification prior to any showings and shown by appointment only.

Property Features

  • 1,112 +/- contiguous acres of pure recreational heaven
  • Views that will rival any in the state
  • Spectacular sunsets and sunrise mountain outlooks
  • 450 ft of elevation changes across the ranch
  • Home to the summit of Holt Mountain at 984 ft
  • Excellent hunting with proven history of quality whitetail
  • Potential for turkey and bear for added seasons
  • Brand new 2,200 sq. ft. modular home
  • 4 bed 3 bath with 16'x73' covered deck
  • 5,000 sq. ft. insulated shop with office and plumbing and HVAC
  • Full-length equipment lean-to off shop
  • Truly a one of a kind property to suit all your recreational needs
  • Internal trail system throughout, foodplots, feeders, blinds stands all in place
  • Seller has ID'd a location for 10 acre lake, likely spring-fed
  • A true turn-key operation with everything set
  • 5 acre trap for a horse or other livestock
  • 3.5 hour from Dallas
  • 1 hour 20 min to Tulsa, OK
  • 1 hour to Fort Smith, AR
  • 15 minutes to Porum Landing
  • 15 min to Navigational Channel
  • 25 min to Lake Tenkiller
  • Buyers must provide proof of funds or pre-qualification prior to any showings and shown by appointment only

Property Address

11019 E 258th St E, Porum, OK