120 +/- Acres | Good Livestock Farm w/ Hunting Potential & Blacktop Frontage | Minerals
Martha’s great grandfather, Mr. Williams, fulfilled his dream when he acquired this land years ago. It was proudly passed down through the generations to his granddaughter, whom, although not easy, decided to give another family the chance to enjoy it as much as she. No doubt, this land has served the family well, as I’m sure it will yours. Wiggins Auctioneers is pleased to be able to offer it to you at auction.
Land- SOLD for $162,500!
- Located from the Jct. of US 183 & EW 80 Rd. in Putnum, 4 miles E. on EW 80 Rd. (blacktop), then follow blacktop 1 mile S., then follow blacktop 3 ½ miles E. on EW 81 Rd., then turn N./NE on N 233.5 Rd. (blacktop) approx. 1 ½ miles to the SW/corner of the land
- Rolling, grass covered hills with scattered trees (scenic)
- Excellent livestock grazing & shelter (hasn’t been grazed this season)
- Timber lined creek tributary (a branch off One Horse Creek)
- Excellent wildlife habitat & hunting potential within 2 ½ miles of the Canadian River
- Some fences
- Blacktip along W. side, rocked road along N. side
- Currently not enrolled in any FSA programs.
Disclosure & Documents
- ‘23 Taxes: are approx. $49.00. Taxes for year of closing will be prorated to the day of closing.
- Legal Description: E/2 NW/4 & SW/4 NW/4 of Sec. 17, Twp. 16N, R15 W.I.M., Dewey Co., OK.
- Possession: Possession is to be given upon payment in full of the purchase price & transfer of title, at closing, subject to the existing lease which expires January 1, 2024.
- Registration: All bidders are required to register with valid form of ID and acknowledge and agree to auction terms & conditions. Absentee bidders who wish to authorize another person to bid/purchase on their behalf, please provide a letter of authorization. Contact the Auction Company for details.
- Terms: 10% of the purchase price is to be placed in escrow day of auction with the balance being due upon delivery of merchantable title. All information is taken from sources believed to be reliable; however, no guarantee is made by the auction company or its employer. Buyers should satisfy themselves as to acreage, crop base, condition, etc. prior to auction day. Announcements made day of auction take precedence.