Finding any land joining beautiful Lake Texoma Corps property is a challenge, which makes locating this 52 acres of highly productive ranch land with sandy loam soils and Coastal Bermuda Grass such a rarity. Not only does this fantastic hay field share the southern boundary with Corps land, it is also adjacent to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Fobb Bottom State Hunting Area. Whatever the goals, this place can be a cow/calf operation, a successful hay farm, recreation property, and even provide a beautiful homesite, all while continuing to add to a successful investment portfolio.
For the U.S. Highway 377 Texas Horse Corridor, this land is probably one of the closest sandy loam Coastal Bermuda Grass Hay producing land to Texas with Ag Exemption and low property taxes. Access to the property is by a Deeded 30 foot gravel and utility easement from 4689 Fobb Bottom Road, or by Lease Road from the east.
Even though this outstanding ranch land is only a short distance from a major U.S. Highway, it still maintains an amazing private feel in a very quiet area, all while being just a couple miles from a casino, restaurants, boat ramps and all that Lake Texoma offers, a golf course, hunting, and camping.
From Madill, Oklahoma, go 16 miles south on U.S. Highway 377 to Fobb Bottom Road. Turn right and go .8 mile. Property is on the left (south side) of FBR. Cross easement to gate. From Whitesboro, Texas, go north 18 miles. After crossing Lake Texoma, turn left on Fobb Bottom Road and go .8 mile west to property of south side of FBR.