April 12, 2018
Baker Building 122 1/2 South Grand Ave Cherokee, OK
314+/- Acres of Alfalfa County Hunting & Grazing Land
Selling Surface Only
Thursday April 12th, 2018 - 10 am
Off - Site Auction @ Baker Building
Baker Building 122 ½ Grand Avenue
Cherokee, Oklahoma - Watch for Signs
Farm Location: These two quarters of land are located 1 ½ miles off Hwy 11 on County Road 640. If you are traveling north out of Cherokee, drive 2 miles on Hwy 64 to the Hwy 11 intersection, turn right onto Hwy 11. Travel another 3 miles east, turn left onto CR 640. CR 640 splits the quarters of land, 1 ½ miles off Hwy 11.
Tract #1 – 154 +/- Acres – Alfalfa County
Tract # 1 Legal Description (Surface Only):NE/4 of Section Eighteen (18) Township Twenty-seven North (27N) Range Ten (10) W.I.M., Alfalfa County Oklahoma;
Directions to the Tract: This quarter is located 1 ½ miles off Hwy 11 on CR 640 on the left side of the road. (Watch for signs)
Tract #1 Land Overview: This approx. 150 acres is heavily covered in trees & cover, creating hunting opportunities with pasture, thickets and an offshoot of the Salt Fork River. This is a great habitat for deer, quail, pheasant and turkey, as the river bed cuts through the property and loops back into the merger between the Salt Fork / Medicine River to the north of the property. This is a true secluded wilderness, the type of land that is rarely available through this area.
Possession: Will be given upon closing.
Soil Information: Principle soil types include 51.5% Gaddy loamy fine sand, 0 to 1 percent slopes, frequently flooded, 29.4% Yahola fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes, occasionally flooded, 9.7% Yahola and Port soils, 0 to 1 percent slopes, frequently flooded, 9.5% Water
Tract #2 - 160 +/- Acres – Alfalfa County
Tract # 2 Legal Description (Surface Only):NW/4 of Section Seventeen (17) Township Twenty-seven North (27N) Range Ten (10) W.M.M., Alfalfa County Oklahoma
Directions to the Tract: This quarter is located 1 ½ miles off Hwy 11 on CR 640 on the right side of the road. (Watch for signs)
Tract #2 Land Overview: This tract adjoins and lays to the east of Tract # 1, and has more open areas of pasture for grazing opportunities for cattle. Similiar to the previous tract, this offers tremendous opportunities for hunting with a small pond, open grass, thickets and trees. Some areas of permanent fence around the perimeter.
Possession: Will be given upon closing.
Soil Information: Principle soil types include 47.4% Gaddy loamy fine sand, 0 to 1 percent slopes, frequently flooded, 46.7% Yahola fine sandy loam, 0 to 1 percent slopes, occasionally flooded, 3.0% Yahola and Port soils, 0 to 1 percent slopes, frequently flooded, 2.9% Aline-Tivoli complex, 5 to 12 percent slopes.
Terms: No Buyers Premium. 10% down upon signing the purchase contract, balance due upon delivery of merchantable title. Bidding is not contingent upon finance, please have all financing in place prior to bidding. Title transfers as surface only with a warranty deed. Possession will be given upon closing. Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Announcements made the day of the auction take precedence of any previously stated material.
*Please click the “View Documents” link found in the auction information section above for FSA Maps, Soil Maps, and documents pertaining to the land.
Tract # 1 & Tract # 2 will be offered seperatly and then combined. After the combination round, we will ask all bidders if they would like to bid on the tracts seperatly one more time, if there is no bid following the combination bids, then the properties will together. If bids are increased on the separate tracts, the parcels will be offered as a combination again, and will continue to be offered until all bidding has ceased.
Auctioneers Note: We are honored to be chosen by the Smith Family in offering these two quarters of Alfalfa County forage land. These quarters consist entirely of grassland and timber, they are excellent hunting properties with access to the Salt Fork River, with cattle-grazing opportunities as well. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity as land does not often come available in this area. Please join us in Cherokee at the Baker Building on April 12th at 10 am.
Sellers: The Dorothy Smith Revocable Trust c/o Lisa Mirelez Trustee