More than 28,000 Acres of Oklahoma Timber Land to Hit Auction Block November 8, 2012

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Hall and Hall Auctions will be handling the auction of 28,157± acres of Eastern Oklahoma timber land at the Eastern Oklahoma State College Ballroom in Wilburton, OK on November 8, 2012.

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Located only two hours from Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Dallas, this investment quality land consisting of mixed pine and hardwood is being offered in 14 tracts.

If you are looking for beautiful recreational land with a large number of trees ready for harvest and great places to build a hunting cabin, this is it.

Hall and Hall Auctions will be handling the auction of 28,157± acres of Eastern Oklahoma timber land at the Eastern Oklahoma State College Ballroom in Wilburton, OK on November 8, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. CST. Located only two hours from Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Dallas, this investment quality land consisting of mixed pine and hardwood is being offered in 14 tracts or combinations, ranging from 160 acres to 6,880 acres. For more information on this Oklahoma timber land auction or other acreage for sale in Oklahoma, contact Scott Shuman of Hall and Hall Auctions at 800-829-8747 or visit http://hallhall.com/auction-services.

“This Oklahoma timber land auction presents investors and sportsmen with a great opportunity to purchase standing merchantable timber,” said Shuman. “A number of nice building sites are available, and the hunting in this part of the country is excellent, offering trophy whitetail, wild turkey and hogs.”

Set in Latimer, LeFlore, and Haskell Counties, this property consists mostly of rolling topography. The productive timber areas are currently forested with stands of natural shortleaf pine, mixed pine hardwood, and upland hardwoods. Several tracts are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and hunters with ATV trails and hiking trails.

Tract 1 offers 1,942+ acres of great scenery and good wildlife habitat and a very nice reservoir and creek. Surrounded on all sides by Ouachita National Forest, the 160 acre Tract 12 presents a tremendous opportunity to own a recreational property that is also a good investment. The timber stands are well stocked and the tract has good accessibility. Tract 13 consists of four parcels just outside the city of Poteau. It is a great piece of recreational property with some of the highest elevations in the state. Tract 14 has a 1,346+ acre parcel and two smaller 40+ acre parcels. Sugarloaf Mountain is the center point of this tract, offering views for miles.

“If you are looking for beautiful recreational land with a large number of trees ready for harvest and great places to build a hunting cabin, this is it,” said Shuman. “This part of the country is known for its timber and wood production, camping, hiking, trail riding, water recreation, fishing, hunting, and more.”

For many people, having a piece of property next door to a national forest is the fulfillment of a dream. Living next to a national forest allows a property owner to enjoy the beauty of the forest, the abundance of wildlife, the opportunity for spectacular scenery, and a sense of solitude.

Information sessions for this Oklahoma timber land are scheduled for October 10-11 and 24-28. Timber cruises are available upon request. For more information on acreage for sale in Oklahoma, contact Hall and Hall Auctions at 800-829-8747 or visit http://hallhall.com/auction-services.

About Hall and Hall:

Hall and Hall was formed in 1946 as an agricultural mortgage company, and has since branched out into farm and ranch brokerage, appraisals, resource management and enhancement, retained search, auctions, and consultation on conservation easements and stewardship plans. Hall and Hall has emerged as the largest full service rural real estate firm in the Rocky Mountain West and Great Plains regions, managing more than one million acres of land, and servicing a loan portfolio of more than $500 million. A unique partnership between its offices in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Texas, Kansas, and Colorado ensures that the client receives local knowledge and personal service as well as the international perspective needed to make informed acquisition and management decisions.

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