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Broken Arrow Ranch is the epitome of a true hunting destination. Named from the two Northern most fields having distinct shapes, one like an ancient spear head and the other like a modern day broadhead, it was as if this property was destined to be the hunting mecca that it is. 443 +/- acres of rich wildlife habitat is loaded with large numbers of deer and turkey. With 85+/- acres of open and 55 acres of fertile bottom fields converted back to row crop, the Broken Arrow Ranch has just the right amount of recreation and income potential to thrill the true outdoorsman. Very impressive stand of mature, marketable Oak and Walnut timber. The majority being the many large Walnut trees along the spring fed Atwell creek which meanders through the center of the property. Perched above the bottom fields is the recently renovated lodging, perfect for the whole family or hunting crew. Turn key and fully furnished, the 3 bed, 2.5 bath has many recent updates, two large fireplaces, and stunning views overlooking the big bottom field and creek. As many as 33 deer and many more turkey have been viewed from the sun porch at one time and wildlife in the yard is a common occurrence. Five outbuildings consist of two large hay barns, implement shed, smoke house and horse barn with three horse stalls. Sixty fertile acres are currently leased for row crop with the remainder in established food plots and bedding. This place lays big and could hunt several people at once making it perfect for a big hunting family, group of friends, or corporate retreat. Three new Banks hunting blinds included with the sale making this a true turnkey opportunity.