CIRCLE M RANCH
Cross Timbers Land
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to own a spectacular Osage County, Oklahoma ranch. Spanning roughly 1,233 acres, this property is ready to go as an outstanding cattle operation, perfect recreational property, or country home. The ranch features stunning elevation changes, hardwood timber, and water throughout, with abundant populations of white-tailed deer, quail, turkeys, and multiple well-stocked ponds. and is easily accessed by paved and blacktop roads. Situated where the Cross Timbers meet the Tallgrass Prairie, this ranch is one you’ve got to see! Bordered along its northern boundary by paved County Road 3809 and along its western boundary by blacktop County Road 4901, the access to this property is unbeatable. 5-strand barbed wire cross fencing divides this property into 11 well-watered grazing units with a series of traps and sorting pastures at the headquarters. The headquarters features an 1,880 square ft, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with a detached 2 bedroom bunkhouse or mother-in-law’s quarters with a full kitchen and bathroom. The large wooden barn with indoor round pen opens into a set of pipe working pens and outdoor arena. Underground electricity lines keep the view from the headquarters unblemished. With water plentiful throughout the ranch, two of the stocked fishing ponds are plumbed with gravity flow water system. Tallgrass Prairie forage, elevation changes, timberland, fishing ponds, and a winding creek bed seasonally flowing south to Pond Creek combine to make this the perfect turn-key cattle operation or recreational getaway.
There are two stocked fishing ponds plumbed with gravity flow water systems.
A combination of natural water sources, thick vegetation and a good stock of grass, there is a healthy population of white-tailed deer, quail, turkey and multiple well-stocked ponds.
The property has primarily been used for general agricultural and recreational use.
The headquarters features an 1,880 square ft, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with a detached 2 bedroom bunkhouse or mother-in-law’s quarters with a full kitchen and bathroom. The large wooden barn with indoor round pen opens into a set of pipe working pens and outdoor arena. Underground electricity lines keep the view from the headquarters unblemished.
This is a sale of the surface estate only.
The rolling landscape is picturesque and ideal for recreational land for attracting a variety of wildlife. The soils here within are listed with accompanying percentages for area of interest totaling 100%: Bigheart-Niotaze-Rock outcrop complex (BNRD) 36.24%; Prue loam (51) 13.59%; Niotaze-Bigheart-Rock outcrop complex (NBRF) 13.36%; Everything else is less than 10%. Please see Soil Report for more details.
The property is outside of any municipality so is not zoned. There are no known easements that would affect operation of the ranch. It is anticipated all existing easements will be identified by surveyors.
Water Conservation District
Circle M Ranch lies within the Osage County Conservation District
The property is located in the northeastern portion of Osage County, Oklahoma.
This property has approximately 2.5 miles of paved access along the west side of the property from County Road 3809.
From Pawhuska, OK, go northeast on US-60 and take the split onto OK Highway 99. Go 9.5 miles to County Road 4901 for 7 miles. Turn right on 4581 to southwest corner of the property.