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Listing ID:20612 Discover the Beauty of Tract 71 in Stone Bridge: Embrace Nature's Retreat


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Ad number:#1030665374
Contact:Paul Bumgardner
City:Red Oak, OK
Square ft:2597918


Nestled amidst the awe-inspiring San Bois Mountains just north of Red Oak, Oklahoma, lies the enchanting haven of Stone Bridge. This remarkable development boasts a diverse landscape, tailor-made for your recreational desires. Immerse yourself in the untamed beauty of mountainous terrain, providing a serene sanctuary for majestic deer, wild turkeys, and elusive bears that call this area home. With a tranquil creek meandering through the heart of Stone Bridge, accompanied by charming wet weather creeks scattered throughout, you'll be enchanted by the abundance of water sources that thrive in this region, receiving an ample 50 inches of rainfall annually.

For the adventurous souls, Stone Bridge offers a playground of exploration. Embark on invigorating hikes or embrace the thrill of rock climbing against the backdrop of a sheer rock face. This captivating landscape is perfect for hikers, rock climbers, and nature enthusiasts alike. If you have a passion for outdoor adventures, imagine the delight of ATV or horseback trail riding across these pristine lands. Surrounding this paradise are endless recreational possibilities, from the wonders of Robbers Cave State Park to the allure of winter trout fishing on the Fourche Maline River, just west of the picturesque town of Wilburton.

Latimer County's reputation as "big deer country" is upheld proudly by Stone Bridge, strategically positioned in the heart of these breathtaking mountains. Adjacent to the park lies the renowned Robbers Cave State Park, a sprawling 8000-acre oasis that has captured the imagination of countless visitors. Unveil the mysteries of its legendary caves, once a refuge for infamous outlaws Jesse James and Belle Starr. The park beckons with a plethora of activities, including trout fishing, boating, hunting, mountain biking, and trails catering to hikers and equestrians. Set against the backdrop of dramatic sandstone cliffs, rappelling becomes an unforgettable adventure, while the ever-changing vistas promise endless moments of serenity.

Amidst this wondrous paradise, Tract 71 stands as a jewel, offering mesmerizing mountain views and access via an unmaintained dirt road. Embrace the allure of moderate to heavy tree cover, featuring shortleaf pine and a rich variety of indigenous hardwoods unique to Central Oklahoma. Here lies a true off-grid experience, inviting you to craft your perfect retreat—a permanent residence or a cherished vacation getaway where unforgettable weekends become a way of life. For ease of access, a 4WD vehicle is recommended, ensuring your journey to this prized land remains effortless.

In summary, Stone Bridge and its picturesque setting in the San Bois Mountains promise an unforgettable escape into nature's embrace. Whether you seek serenity among diverse landscapes, thrilling adventures, or the blissful pursuit of outdoor activities, this mesmerizing retreat offers it all—an idyllic sanctuary for the soul, where dreams of boundless exploration come true.

Price details:
- Purchase price: $126,460
- Down payment: $1,100
- Interest rate: 9.99%
- Term: 30 years (other options avail upon request)
- Your monthly payment: $1099.20
- Doc fee: $199

The zoning allows Residential/Recreational. Currently, the approximate annual property taxes are less than $2 per acre, per year and are current.

This scenic property is approximately 13 miles north of Red Oak, Oklahoma, 35 miles east of McAlester, Oklahoma, and 180 miles southeast of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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