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Oklahoma, Pittsburg County, 13.79 Acres Indian Ridge II, Electricity. TERMS $330/Month



 

Our Price: $33,000.

Down Payment $121.00

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Featured Item: Indian Ridge II, OK 13.79 Acres, Indian Ridge II. TERMS $330/Month

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Indian Ridge is a beautiful mountain property located in Southeastern Oklahoma, with gorgeous views of the surrounding mountains. There is a perfect mixture of trees, elevation change and rock formations. Wildlife is abundant. Larger tracts are ideal for hunting cabins. Smaller tracts are suitable for weekend camping, or cabins. No power in the subdivision, but there is a power pole on the south side of Burris Valley Road and another one to the east along the county road. A new road system has been established to access each private land tract.

Indian Ridge II

Lot 31

Electricity at Lot

This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts and coupon books will be mailed to you immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments.

SALES PRICE: $33,000
DOWN PAYMENT: $121
MONTHLY PAYMENT: $330
INTEREST RATE: 9%
10% DISCOUNT ON REMAINING BALANCE IF PAID EARLY







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Indian Ridge II

Lot 31

Tract 31 has been surveyed into 13.79 Acres +/-. The property measures approximately 633' x 969'. You will have 600' +/- of gravel road frontage along a private road along the northern boundary and also a small dirt road along the length of the eastern boundary. This 13+ acres would be ideal for camping, outdoor recreation or simply building a cabin in the woods. Tree cover is heavy and the land is mostly rolling to slightly sloped towards the south. There are several nice building spots along the northern portion of this land where there is already some clearing. Property is vacant and undeveloped mountain land. The southeastern portion of this property has several rock formations. There is a power line that runs along the main road. Extension of utilities would be the sole responsibility of the new owner.












This part of Oklahoma is absolutely gorgeous. With its beautiful landscapes, warm weather, plentiful lakes, 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. Thousands of acres of public lands offer ample opportunities for wildlife viewing and bird watching. Horseback riding, hiking, camping and several public lakes are only minutes away from everyone’s front door.
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State Oklahoma County Pittsburg
Size 13.79 Acres Taxes Less than $45 Per Year and Current
Utility Infrastructure
Electricity: On Lot
Phone: Available
Access: Paved Highway Frontage and Dirt Roads

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Indian Ridge Covenents

Pittsburg County, Oklahoma

Located in southeastern Oklahoma, Pittsburg County was named after Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Early explorers and traders traveled the area in the 1700s. In the early 1800s, the Texas Road and part of the California Road were early travel routes in Pittsburg County. During the Civil War, two Confederate posts were established in the county, Camp Jumper and a camp in Perryville. In the Battle of Perryville in 1863, Union forces burned the camp and the town. Coal mining in Pittsburg County began prior to the 1880s and was a major industry in the area.

Hunters come from all over to look for deer, wild turkey, wild boar, quail, and squirrel in Pittsburg 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 this region of Southeastern Oklahoma!

Southeast Oklahoma is far more mountainous and forested than any other part of the state, containing most of the Ouachita Mountains in Oklahoma, the Arbuckle Mountains, and five other mountain ranges. The Ouachita National Forest, Oklahoma's only national forest, is also in this area. Kiamichi Country also houses "The World's Highest Hill," a 1,999-foot peak near Poteau, with the official designation for a "mountain" being anything 2,000-feet or taller. The region contains Oklahoma's largest lake by surface area, Eufaula Lake. Other major lakes include Robert S. Kerr Reservoir, Sardis Lake, Hugo Lake, McGee Creek Reservoir, Pine Creek Lake, Brok

Kiamichi Country

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.

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