Brand New Roof 2022! Beautiful Country Home resting on 1.685 acres is a RARE find! Complete package with a 40 x 60 Insulated Barn, Rural Water and Three Phase Electric just across the road. 2 Car Carport is attached to the home. Gorgeous Master Bath has recently been remodeled. Recently remodeled bedrooms have Brand New Carpet, paint, fixtures etc.. 2 huge living areas and a wood burning fireplace. Home is being sold "As Is". Home is still being remodeled in other areas. Hot water heater was just installed 03-05-19. Water well for additional water source is located in the backyard.
Located in Beckham Co, situated 15 miles west of Sayre, OK, and 6 miles east of the Oklahoma-Texas border. Interstate 40 (Historic RT 66) runs through Erick making it a frequent stop for travelers.
Why do people make Erick home?
Erick is on the small side with an estimated population of 1,052 per the 2010 census. You will find what we like to call, Western Oklahoma Hospitality. Being in such a small town you will never meet a stranger and see a familiar face everywhere you turn. Erick locals support the small businesses in the community and are here to lend a helping hand. Although the town is small there are a number of things they offer; Erick Tourism Information Center, 100th Meridian Museum, Bonebrake Hardware Store, and Sandhill Curiosity Shop.
Erick is home of Bearcats. Employing top notch educators and teaching students the knowledge they need to excel in life. There are several school districts around Erick that offer class; Merritt, Sayre, Canute, Hammon, Elk City to name a few. All school districts in this area provide excellent education and extracurricular activities.
The stats of Erick, Oklahoma and Beckham County
Population: 1,052 per the 2010 census
Climate: Cold dry winters, hot wet summers (Oklahoma weather is known to change in a minutes notice)
Median Income: Single: $21,346 - Family: $28,977
County Seat- Sayre, Oklahoma
Population- 22,000+ 2020 Census
Geography- According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 904 square miles, of which 902 square miles is land and 2.1 square miles (0.2%) is water. The county is drained by the North Fork of the Red River and its tributaries: the Timber, Sweetwater, and Buffalo creeks. The northwestern part of the county is part of the High Plains. The rest of the county is part of the Gypsum Hills physiographic region per Wikipedia
Median Income: Single: $45,726 - Family: $57,316