N 2050 Rd, Sentinel, Oklahoma, 73664
Gorgeous Native Grassland With 1560 Acres Located In Washita County, Oklahoma! Rarely Will You Find This Large of a Land Tract All Connected! It Took Years To Piece This Beauty Together. You Will Find 7 ponds Sprinkled Throughout this 2 miles of Land and 2 Ponds Are Stocked With Catfish & Bass!
Stationary Working Lots Also Has a Working Chute! Lot Area is Complete with Rural Water and Cement Troughs. Abundant With Water, Hosting 2 Solar Wells and 4 Working Windmills, Your Cattle won't go thirsty! Triticale is Currently Planted on 105 Acres of Cultivated Land. Morton Barn 40x100 Has 18' sliding doors and It is Wired with 110 & 220 Electric. Air Compressor Is Ready To Help you Work! Equipped with a 220 Plug For a Welder Or Any Other Equipment.
Cattle Barn 60x60 Has Divided Stalls For Animals Under The Lean To. Property Is Fenced With Barbed Wire All The Way Around. Don't Miss Your Chance To Own 2 Miles Of Land All Connected!
You will find what you are looking for in our quiet, small town of Western Oklahoma. Elk City is a place where neighbors help neighbors and local businesses are supported.
Located on historic “Route 66”, now Interstate I-40 and centered between Oklahoma City, and Amarillo, make Elk City an ideal location for business of transportation and distribution. It also gives you the slower pace of life, but within driving distance of larger cities. Our town is deep rooted in the oil and gas industry, agriculture, and farm land.
Elk City has one of the largest, most advanced hospitals in Western Oklahoma, Great Plains Regional Medical Center. Our hospital has some of the best doctors in their fields.
Being located on “Old Route 66” numerous tourist travel through our town. Places that are enjoyed by visitors and locals alike are; National Route 66 Museum, Old Town Museum, Transportation Museum, Farm and Ranch Museum, Anadarko Basin Museum of Natural History and "The World's Largest Non-Operating On-Site Drilling Rig", 7 parks, sports facilities, Red Carpet Community Theater, Carnegie Library, Beutler Rodeo Arena, and a Community Civic Center.