Offering 957 +/- acres in the western portion of the Oklahoma Panhandle, Dawson Ranch is a beautiful property with lots of character, creeks, ponds, and located away from the fast life. This ranch has been in the same family for well over fifty years and offers a new owner the ability to run livestock while enjoying the rolling scenery of western Cimarron County. Take a look at a rare find in an area rich in beauty, history, and cattle production.
Broker(s): Zurick Labrier
LOCATION & ACREAGE
Dawson Ranch is located in the western portion of Cimarron County, Oklahoma, being approximately twenty three miles west of Boise City, the county seat. The 957-acre ranch has functioned as a cow calf operation for many years as is the custom in this big ranch country. Opportunities for leasing more land from the Commissioners Land Office every five years will give the owner the ability to add to the ranch. For the recreational owner, the Swede Creek winds through the property offering many locations with live water and ponds. Fishing on the ranch as well as deer hunting are main attractions. Lake Carl Etling sits next to the property. Try your hand at catching trout, bass, or catfish from this Oklahoma Department of Wildlife lake that covers over 150 surface acres. If you are looking for more activities, Black Mesa is a twenty-minute drive, the highest point in Oklahoma and a popular attraction in the area.
The ranch has a nice 1900 square foot brick home with three bedrooms, two and a half baths, office, kitchen, dining, living room and fireplace. Other improvements include a 60 x 40 square foot hay barn, 60 x 24 square foot shop, an 80 x 20 square foot horse shed with tack room, working pens and a 36 ton, three compartment overhead feed storage.