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$400,000
20± Acres
Available
McCurtain County, Oklahoma

Sweet Home

ID: 37997
Status: Available
Price: $400,000
Acres: 20±
Price Per Acre: $20,000
Type: Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land, Timberland
City, State: Broken Bow, Oklahoma
County: McCurtain
ZIP Code: 74728
Presented By: Brian DePriest

Description

Are you looking to invest in the booming real estate market associated with Hochatown/Broken Bow area? Look no further! This 20-acre tract is loaded with opportunity! With frontage on Sweet Home Road and Myrtlewood Road just north of Broken Bow, this property offers excellent access for potential development. The "dream ready" property is just a few minutes from all the attractions Hochatown and the Broken Bow area offer. Electricity and water are readily available. The pine plantation is approximately 14 years old and provides privacy for a future cabin or home sites. A small pond and a small wet weather creek are lined with hardwoods creating scenic backdrops for potential build sites. The property has an existing road bisecting the tract allowing additional access and more development options. Do not pass up an opportunity to purchase hard to find acreage in this booming market! Call Brian DePriest today to learn more and set up your showing. 

 

According to the city of Broken Bow's website, the area attracts over 2,000,000 visitors per year. In addition to the park areas, there are some 500,000 acres open to the public in the Three-Rivers Wildlife Management Area. The U.S. Forestry Service has an additional 100,000 acres of open public land. Visitors also enjoy the beautiful 14,000-acre Broken Bow Lake which offers excellent fishing and other water sports activities. The park also includes a challenging 18-hole golf course that is listed as one of the top five courses in Oklahoma. A new $165M, 100-room hotel and casino is under construction just a few miles away and is sure to bring more visitors and entertainment to the area. According to the AirDNA website that evaluates short-term rental markets, Broken Bow is in the top 20 short-term rental markets in the NATION! Broken Bow earned the highest "Investability" score on the list, with an astonishing annual revenue of $85K per year."

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