The Five Star Legacy Ranch, with over 3,888± acres in total under fence of which 3,580± deeded acres and the balance of land leased from various neighbors, is now offered for sale after being owned by the same family for nearly 100 years. This highly productive working cattle ranch is located nearly 40 miles northwest of Tulsa in Osage County, Oklahoma. The property sits about two miles north of beautiful Keystone Lake.
This ranch is made up of the open rolling hills covered with numerous tall grass species that are native to this Cross Timbers Ecoregion. The draws with spring-fed ponds and scattered hardwood trees make this a dependable grass ranch, whether you are a stocker cattle or cow/calf operator. The tenant has consistently kept around a 400 head cow herd on this ranch annually.
The rolling hills of tall grass, the timbered areas full of blackjack and post oak trees, and the deep draws are home to an assorted wildlife population. The views from various high points on the ranch are spectacular.
Just the Facts
· 3,580± deeded acres in Osage County, Oklahoma
· Additional 308± leased acres
· Open rolling hills of native tallgrass prairie
· Home to 400 cow/calf operation
· 40 miles northwest of Tulsa
· 23 ponds - spring-fed and runoff
· 10 pastures
· Majority of fences and pipe gates are in good condition
· 2021 Real estate taxes - $.62 per acre
· 45” annual rainfall
· 200-day growing season
· Very good hunting
· Hard-surface road frontage
The Five Star Legacy Ranch is in the southernmost part of Osage County, just to the northwest of Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is three miles east of the town of Cleveland, and five miles south of Hominy. The ranch is around two miles north of Keystone Lake, and approximately four miles southwest of Skiatook Lake. Tulsa is about a 40-minute drive east of the ranch.
The average annual precipitation for this area is 44” and can occur over 78 days throughout the year. Typically, most of this moisture will be rainfall, along with around 9” of snowfall. The normal year will produce around 234 sunny days. The average high in July can be around 92°, with the average low in January may reach down to 25°. Temperatures reach over 80° usually from mid-May through mid-September, with June, July, and August as the months when the humidity is generally the highest. There are approximately 200 frost-free days each year.
Acreage (Deeded & Leased)
Deeded land: 3,580± acres
BIA leased land: 308± acres
Total acres: 3,888± acres
Elevation on the ranch ranges from 820 feet along the draws, with several high hills one of which tops out at 1,060 feet.
There are three sets of working pens scattered around the ranch. There are no building structures on this land.
As is typical in Osage County, the Osage Nation owns all the subsurface mineral rights so there are not any mineral rights included in the sale.
Property taxes for 2021 were $2,233.00 (approximately $.62 per acre) included in the sale.
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