This 2 acre parcel of vacant land 1 mile from Lake Eufaula will make a great lake get away place for the weekend, a spacious lot for your mobile home or new house, or an investment property for the future.
Longtown / Eufaula
Co. Assessor APN# 34403
0 SCHOOL RD; STIGLER, OK 74462
LOTS 9 & 16 DOUBLE W RANCH RESORT NO 1
210′ wide x 415′ deep
Unimproved County Road
Meter/pole not yet set
Longtown Rural WD#1
Meter not yet set
Tank not set
Mobile Homes / RVs Allowed
Purchase Information / Fees
A non-refundable fee of $195 is required to reserve the property and begin the purchase process. This fee will be credited toward the purchase price.
Seller pay will all closing costs for a cash sale if closed “in-house”. If closed through a title company, the buyer pays closing costs.
Utilities are not currently active at the property. They may be available from the providers shown above. The buyer is responsible for securing utilities, when, and if, needed after purchase of the property.
The property does have utilities currently installed (no meters set) but electricity and water are available to the lot. The information below is based on our contact with utility companies – Potential buyers should CONTACT EACH UTILITY COMPANY TO VERIFY THE INFORMATION to ensure utility available meets buyer’s needs.
Water – Longtown Rural Water District #1, phone # 918-452-3685. Dennis at the RWD advised their water supply line ran down the road and past the property (on the opposite side of the road from the property) and service is available. They advise it would cost $1,500 to buy a membership to the RWD (which would include setting the meter) and, because the water line runs on the north side of the road and the property is on the south side, there would be a $50 charge to cut across the to the parcel.
Electric – Kiamichi Electric ( http://kiamichielectric.org/ ), phone # 918-465-2338. Their representative advised the cost to provide services would be between $100 to $2,000 to set a pole /meter depending on the nature of the connection / use. About $100 if it is permanent service (i.e. an occupied residence / home / new build) and $1,500 to $2,000 if for a temporary use such as an RV hookup / occasional.
Sewer – To be owner installed septic or aerobic system.
Property Location Map
From Main Street (Highway 9) in Eufaula, OK head south / east on Oklahoma Highway 9 for about 8.5 miles until reaching Piney Creek Road. Turn left onto Piney Creek Rd for about 2.5 miles. Turn right on School Road for about 0.1 miles and the land will be on the right. (GPS coordinates: 35.271657, -95.484164)
Nearby Attractions / Cities
The property is located in Double W Ranch resort #1 about a mile from the Lake Eufaula shoreline, about 1 ½ from dragon beach and the nearest boat ramp and 4 miles from the No. 9 Marina. Spacious and peaceful lot about 10 miles from the town of Eufaula OK, about an hour from McAlister, 1 ½ hours from Tulsa or Fort Smith, and about 2 hours from Oklahoma City.
Lake Eufaula (http://www.lakeeufaula.org)
Lake Eufaula “the gentle giant” is the largest lake in Oklahoma and has something for everyone—both on the water and on the land that surrounds it. The lake is famous for the annual fishing tournaments that attract anglers from all across the country to compete for bass, crappie, catfish, stripers, and other species. Fishing here is a year-round deal with heated indoor docks.
Boating is as memorable. Whether you prefer the leisurely pace of a houseboat or pontoon or skipping across the surface in a motor boat or jet ski or exploring the shoreline up close and personal in a paddleboat or canoe, the water is sparkling, the scenery thrilling with towering ancient forests, expanses of untouched prairie and majestic hills surveying it all. If you have your own watercraft, there are plenty of boat ramps around the lake. If you don’t, rentals are available at the marinas.
More than 31,000 acres around the lake are public hunting areas with varying populations of deer, fox, squirrel, rabbit, coyote, bobcat, raccoon and duck. Quail, turkey, dove and goose are present but less abundant.
There are two state parks at the lake with miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and ATVs. Along the trails, you may very likely see wildlife in their natural habitats, including deer, quail, geese and ducks. Each park has beautiful beaches for sunning or swimming, picnic areas, restrooms with showers and campsites. And each has its own stable, 18-hole golf course and airstrip.