If a person is looking for a property to call home at the end of the road this property needs to be on the list. The 320 +/- acres of native grassland is one of a few properties that is an inholding out of the Anchor D Ranch. This parcel is big enough to run a small herd of cows or have a few head of horses. The Teepee Creek is a seasonal creek that runs the full mile of the property along the southern boundary. The county-maintained all-weather gravel road provides good access to the property from the highway. If a person loves enjoying quiet time in the evening or the peacefulness of mornings not being rushed to get started then this property might be what you have been waiting for.
The single-family home on the property is rustic and is a very sturdy home that will be there for ages. The home is two bedrooms, one bath with a large front great room overlooking the property. The basement has also been remodeled. The two shop buildings have concrete floors and are ready to be used. There are some small sheds that can be used for horses or cows. There is a large 90×20 pole hay barn that the current owner’s stacked hay in during the winter. The old roping arena is basically still there and will need some fixing up, but it is a good start.
If a person is looking for a place to bring a family for recreation this property deserves to be on the shortlist. The current owners have seen white tail deer, turkey, quail, and coyote. There have been some elk, pronghorn antelope, and bobcats also spotted in the area close to the property. The property is not flat, it rolls towards the creek, and this makes for enjoyable ATV riding.
Setting on the front porch or looking out of the large pane windows you can see the prettiest sunrises that you will find in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
If this property is something that might fulfill a need for your family feel free to schedule a showing.
From Guymon, go west on US 412 approximately 17.5 miles to County Road 720, Then south on County Road for three miles to County Road 200. Then west on County Road 200 3/10. Then the road turns south and follow the curve until it dead ends into property.
Latitude: 36.708 / Longitude: -101.737
Total Acres: 320
Grass Acres: 320