20-Acre lot in Okfuskee County Oklahoma #27


$39,995 ($1,999.75/ac) with $495 down and the balance of $39,500 payable at $395/mo (no credit checks and no prepayment penalties)


Title: 20-acres Okfuskee County, OK (county road frontage)

Description: This is one of a limited number of very desirable 20-acre tracts located approximately 65 miles east of Oklahoma City just north of Interstate 40 (near the town of Okemah). The tracts are partly treed and partly pasture land and front on a county road. The price is $39,995 with $495 down and $395 per month (amortized over 186 months including 9% interest and no prepayment penalties). Seller financing is guaranteed to everyone and there are no credit checks or qualifying of any nature. There are no comparable 20-acre tracts anywhere in the State of Oklahoma offering better prices with better purchase terms that we are unaware of! Go to www.oklandrush.com and click on “Okfuskee County” for more information.

County/State: Okfuskee County/Oklahoma Size: 20-acres

Price: $39,995 ($1,999.75/ac) with $495 down and the balance of $39,500 payable at $395/mo (no credit checks and no prepayment penalties)

Legal: W1/2 NE1/4 SE1/4 SEC 1 T12N R8E, Okfuskee County, OK (OK 27)

Surveys: The parcel has been surveyed and the map recorded with the county Access/Roads: This parcel fronts on a county road

Mineral Rights: As is the case in most petroleum producing states the mineral rights have been own for many years by exploration companies. However if new wells are ever drilled the landowner receives some form of remuneration.

Property Taxes: Approximately $50 annually

Improvements: No utilities, water, power, sewage, or any other homeowner services have been developed. The electric company that services the area is East Central Electrical Cooperative (918-756-0833). The Okfuskee County Clerk (918-623-1724) might have additional information regarding the availability of utilities in the area.

Cattle Grazing: Other people might currently be grazing cattle on some of the 20-acre lots, but a new owner can terminate the grazing by simply fencing off the lot.

Protective Covenants: In order to protect the future value and beauty of the lots, some very basic restrictions have been recorded. The permanent use of motor homes, travel trailers, converted buses, tents, or dilapidated buildings are prohibited. Furthermore, certain activities such as pig farms, commercial poultry operations, outdoor toilet facilities, industrial enterprises, and the accumulation of trash, garbage, junk and/or debris are prohibited. Standard homes, modular homes and mobile homes that comply with any applicable state or country building, health or safety codes are obviously allowable.

Directions: From Oklahoma City proceed east on I-40 approximately 70-miles to Hwy 48 (just before the little town of Okemah); then north on Hwy 48 approximately 8 miles to Road E1020 (just past IXL Road); then west on Road E1020 for 1-mile to the intersection of Road E1020 and Road N3710 (this is the southeast corner of the subdivision and a sign is on the property showing a map plat with individual tract numbers; The tracts numbers are identified by signs along the road.