Come to Oklahoma, where a grow license allows you to grow unlimited plants! This property is being sold with a new grow license in a new corporation, so no baggage. Included are two commercial buildings: one is a 6500 sqft insulated warehouse (formerly a winery) with a 400 sqft walk-in freezer (for fresh frozen). The other is a 3500 sqft insulated building with HVAC with a commercial kitchen (formerly the tasting room and dining room). The property includes 27 acres, of which 10 acres were vineyard, and are irrigated from a pond on the adjacent property with limited water rights included. This property sits on the Rush Springs Aquifer, so you can drill your own well (most of the adjacent properties have their own wells), if you choose. There is a 3-br/2ba house on the property that was formerly a Superhost house on Airbnb, when the winery was operating.
This property comes with an OMMA Grower’s license, which permits unlimited growing. There is plenty of room for additional buildings or a large outdoor grow. Because the land is located in unincorporated Caddo County there is no meddling in your affairs by local inspectors. (Commercial kitchen will require inspection annually if you use it for processing.) The property is completely fenced. It is located well off the beaten path about an hour from Oklahoma City, 30 minutes from I-44. Annual rainfall is 33″ (compared to Tulsa, which is 41″). Buildings are heated with propane; there are 4 tanks on the property.