90.01 ACRES MOL of the historic Miller Broomcorn Farm. Approximately 78 acres of the property is cropland according to Beckham Country FSA records. Most recent production on the land has been excellent crops of cotton. The north side of the property has about 1000 feet of frontage on 20th street. The south side of the property borders I-40. There are many other land use possibilities for the property other than farming.
Elk City, Oklahoma
Located in Beckham Co, situated between Oklahoma City and Amarillo, Tx. Interstate 40 (Historic RT 66) runs through Elk City making it a frequent stop for travelers. Over 25,000 tourist travel threw Elk City, Oklahoma each year.
Why do people make Elk City home?
Our community is on the smaller side with an estimated 11,600 residents per the 2020 census. You will find, what we like to call, Western Oklahoma Hospitality, everywhere you turn. Elk City locals support the small businesses in the community and are here to lend a helping hand. Elk City offers many local events throughout the year; Home and Garden Expo, Dog Shows, Annual Flea Market, summers in Ackley Park, and a town favorite Christmas in the Park. Elk City offers an airport with a 5,000+ ft runway. Elk City Golf and Country Club is an 18 hole golf course open to the public.
Elk City is home of the Big Elks. Our schools employ top notch educators. Elk City Schools district has 4 schools for pre-k to 12 divided in the grade centers. There are several school districts around Elk City that offer smaller class sizes; Merritt, Sayre, Canute, Hammon to name a few. Elk City also offers a private school option Western Oklahoma Christian School. Every school in our area provides amazing education for our students as well as outstanding extracurricular programs.
The Stats of Elk City, Oklahoma and Beckham County.
Population- 11,600+ 2010 Census
Climate- cold dry winters, hot wet summers (but this Oklahoma the weather is known to change in a minutes notice)
Median Income- Single $28,268 Family $34,383
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.