Tract 1: 318± acres
- Historic 8,500± square foot Cattlemen’s Castle
- Four car garage and two apartments
- Three bedroom, four bath guest house
- Pool house
- Horse barn with 27 stalls
- Indoor riding arena 125’X200’
- Outdoor arena and breaking pens
Tract 2: 112± acres
- Mostly pasture with multiple ponds
Tract 3: 33± acres
- Wooded building site
- Substantial road frontage with paved private entry
Tract 4: 20± acres
- Manager’s home
- Private end of the road entry
The “Cattleman’s Castle” was built in 1888 and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a fully remodeled, 8,500± square foot home offering four bedrooms and six baths built on three levels. It boasts Pennsylvania barn wood floors, high ceilings, and numerous large windows. The kitchen is particularly impressive, with commercial fixtures, two large islands, and a 16-door pantry cabinet.
With classic 19th century opulence, the mansion includes a large foyer, two grand parlors, dining area, and a large office and den. Even the basement is impressive, with its slate floors and additional bedroom.
A large covered porch surrounds the house on three sides, ensuring a perfect venue for enjoying the Oklahoma evenings.
The stone guest house has three bedrooms with cathedral ceilings, four baths, and its own kitchen.
The stone pool house has two baths, exercise room, kitchen and serves the large outdoor swimming pool.
The garage building has a four-bays, a large carport, and two efficiency apartments.
The equestrian facilities include a new 27-stall barn, 40-stall barn, historic hay barn, 125’X200’ indoor riding arena, 125’X200’ outdoor arena, and breaking pens.
Tract 4: Manager’s home with a private end of the road entry.