Attention Hunters. It's not too late to own this 22.8-Acre MoL piece of paradise before opening day of the 2018 deer season. Situated in eastern Atoka County just west of the Pushmataha County line this property lies in some of the best whitetail country Oklahoma has to offer. Located off a county-maintained gravel road, only 0.6 miles off HWY 3, this property is easily accessible via the Indian Nation Turnpike or US 75. The town of Antlers, OK. is less than 15 minutes to the east and City of Atoka, OK. is about 25 minutes to the west.
This Property is set up with electricity, rural water and features a quant rustic cabin. The cabin is cooled by a window A/C unit and heated by a wood burning stove. It's the perfect weekend retreat. Just a short drive from Dallas-Fort Worth means the hustle and bustle of the metro-plex can be traded for the peace and tranquility of the woods in about 2.5 hours.
Nicknamed Big Oak, this property features large mature oak trees and a variety of other hardwood and softwood species. While the property is mostly wooded, it does have a large open meadow that is currently in native grass. The meadow would make an excellent area to establish a food plot.
There is no shortage of potential build sites for a permanent home. The infrastructure is already in place with electricity and rural water. The hard part has been done. Besides the cabin, there is a small tool shed with electricity and a storm shelter. Finally, there is one last unique feature this property has to offer. That being an old-time water well. The cylindrical, brick-lined well still holds water to this day. Peer in and make a wish.
Snatch it up before it's gone. This small deer hunting property is not going to last long.