The Cat Creek 160 consists of 160+/- acres and 79.74 acres of producing mineral rights located Northeast of Erick, Oklahoma and West of Sayre, Oklahoma. The property boosts incredible access being just 1 mile off of a paved county road and being just minutes from Interstate 40.
In addition to the surface rights of the property the owner has combined mineral rights which include 11.84 net mineral sub-surface acres on this tract as well as an additional 67.9 net mineral sub-surface acres located 3 miles north in 36-11N-25W. All minerals are currently held in production and are paying a monthly royalty. Ownership of the 79.74 net mineral acres is a value added for the next owner that is inextricably included in the starting negotiable sale price. Due to the urgency to sell, any reasonable offer will be considered.
This property is capable of providing safe haven from the busyness of life and any unforeseen circumstance that may occur. The property has a small, off grid, cabin that is ideal for getting away for the weekend or staying in on an extended hunting trip. The cabin is 12' X 32' and is perched on a hillside to overlook Cat Creek.There is also a full basement measuring 8' X 40'
which is 320 sq. ft. It is partitioned in the middle by a steel door, separating the
electrical room and storm shelter. It has two entrances one from inside the cabin and
the other from outdoors.The cabin is equipped with solar panels as well as a wind turbine that provide over 4,000 watts of power that is stored in batteries. There is also a backup generator to assure power. Hot water, A/C, and a wood burning stove will assure that your stay is comfortable.
Cat Creek flows from the North to the South through the middle of the property and onward to the neighboring property, with enough elevation to provide for the development of a number of small dams along its way. It flows year round being fed by natural springs, some of which are located on the property. Flow of the water is dependable; as it has flowed incessantly dating from 1906 to the present day, even during all droughts, as witnessed by family members who lived on and worked the property.
The Cat Creek 160 is loaded with an abundance of wildlife including white-tailed deer, turkey, quail, and the occasional wild hog. There are multiple clearings that would be ideal for food plots as well as established trails that web over the 160 aces. The wooded areas of the property consist of Black Locust, Black Walnut, Bois-D'arc, Cottonwood, Elm, Hackberry, Honey Locust and Post Oak trees. Only a few young Cedar trees remain due to aggressive removal efforts. With native Muscadine Grapevines throughout, some of which have trunks that measure up to six inches in diameter providing great "root stock" for anyone interested in developing a vineyard. There are a few thickets of Wild Plum and Black Currant bushes also.
To schedule a showing or to request more information on the Cat Creek 160 contact Trey Pearcy with Great Plains Land Company (405) 545-0985
When purchasing a property listed by Great Plains Land Company, a Buyer's Broker, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and present at the initial showing of the property to participate in a real estate commission. If these conditions are not met, compensation if any will be at the sole discretion of Great Plains Land Company.