330 Acres of Rural Beauty. The masterpiece is the 4000 sf main home that is built to withstand fire, wind & rot. (please read the attached letter from the seller, who built this home and is an OU student of the College of Environmental Design). The cross-fenced 330 acres offers ponds, creeks, wildlife, greenhouses, barns, outbuildings and additionally (4) homes/cabins/cabana that can be rented as a B&B &/or rental homes. The wraparound porch on the main home is 11′ wide and surrounds the home offering almost 4000 sf of covered porch. The solar panels essentially operate this residence. The owner has initiated a cannabis farm within the greenhouses as an additional income stream. There is also an in-ground pool and hot tub for your enjoyment. If you want off-the-grid, this set-up can offer you the opportunity to live completely from this land!
THE ROCK CABIN: The rock cabin is built again to eliminate the 3 risks to homes in Oklahoma. Rot, fire, and wind. This cabin was built with 4 inches of rock on the outside, 3 inches of foam board, and 4 inches of rock on the inside. It has 5 solar panels and a solar generator, and is off grid. There is propane stove and hot water. The water is fed by a solar well, and gravity fed to the house. The trusses are white oak and timber framed. There is a wood stove for heat. The cabin rents out almost every weekend on Airbnb.
THE BARN-O-MINIUM: The barn-o-minim is 30×50 built by Ruggs construction. The living quarters is 25×30 with a loft. It is very efficient and is heated and cooled by one window unit.
THE RED CABIN: The red cabin was built by Scott Haggar several years ago, and is 22×33 with a aloft. It is nice traditional construction with 6 inch walls.