Rural Noble County, Perry, Oklahoma, 73077





MLS: 35105-90701

160 Acres



What You Should Know

  • Noble County Land for Sale

  • Noble County Land Auction

  • Perry OK Land for Sale

  • Perry OK Land to Auction

  • Noble County Farm Auction

  • Wind Revenue for Sale

  • Noble County Minerals for Sale

  • OK Land & Minerals for Sale

Why You'll Love It

470 Acres for Sale, Noble County, Oklahoma

Noble County Land for Sale, Perry Oklahoma.  470 acres will be sold in an online auction ending on September 7th.  The productive farm ground, hunting, and recreational land, the residential/development land, and a home in town will be sold in multiple tracts.  Pre-Auction offers will be considered.

Tract #1:  160 Acres, Noble County, OK

Legal: SW/4 3-22-2

This remarkable 160-acre property located in Noble County, Oklahoma will be sold in an online auction closing on September 7, 2023. The expansive parcel offers an incredible opportunity for a variety of uses. The property features cultivated land, making it ideal for agricultural pursuits or potential development. As an added bonus, two wind turbines are situated on the property, providing a generous income stream.

One-half (1/2) of the minerals for this property will be sold separately, further enhancing its value and investment potential. Whether you're an investor looking to capitalize on mineral rights or a buyer seeking a versatile piece of land, this property offers both flexibility and exciting possibilities. This acreage lies 4.5 miles west of Interstate 35 and 0.5 miles north of Highway 64.

(Directions to Tract #1 – From Oklahoma Interstate 35 take exit 194B and travel west on Hwy 64 for 4.5 miles.  Turn right (north) onto N3140 Rd and travel 0.5 mile.  The property will be on the right (east) side of the road.  Be sure to look for Heard Auction signs. (36.4083, -97.3808)

Oklahoma Land Auction Information:

Preview Dates – Call Corky at 580-323-6120 to schedule your appointment.

Auction Dates – The online auction will begin to close on Thursday, September 7, 2023, at 6:00 pm, utilizing a soft close format (see terms & conditions #4).

Check Out Dates – 10% of purchase price shall be placed in escrow immediately following the close of the sale.  Balance of purchase price to be due and payable upon acceptance of title.  All taxes will be prorated to the date of closing.  Possession will be given at closing.  

Bidding Notice –

To be approved as an online bidder, a signed copy of the "terms and conditions" along with a signed bidder's certification must be received and approved by the auction office.  (See terms and conditions for complete details.)

Auction Notice –

A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to the bid price.  The contract price will be equal to the bid price plus the Buyer’s Premium. 

Noble County provides services and amenities for a wide range of lifestyle

Perry, Oklahoma, in Noble County, offers a range of attractions and activities that cater to various interests. Here are some of the main attractions in Perry:

  1. Cherokee Strip Museum: Immerse yourself in the rich history and heritage of Perry and the Cherokee Strip region at the Cherokee Strip Museum. The museum showcases exhibits, artifacts, and interactive displays that depict the early days of settlement, the land run, Native American history, and more.
  2. Marland Estate Mansion: Visit the Marland Estate Mansion, a beautiful mansion built by E.W. Marland, an oil tycoon and former Oklahoma governor. The mansion features stunning architecture and lavish interiors. Take a guided tour to learn about Marland's fascinating life and the history of the estate.
  3. Perry Lake Park: Enjoy the outdoors at Perry Lake Park, located just half a mile from Tracts 3-7. The park offers scenic views, picnic areas, hiking trails, and opportunities for boating, fishing, and wildlife observation. It's a perfect spot for relaxation and outdoor recreation.
  4. Perry Carnegie Library: Step back in time at the Perry Carnegie Library, a historic landmark that showcases the town's commitment to education and culture. The library building, constructed in 1904, features beautiful architecture and houses a collection of books and resources for visitors to explore.
  5. Downtown Perry: Take a stroll through downtown Perry and explore its charming shops, boutiques, restaurants, and local businesses. The historic buildings and friendly atmosphere create a pleasant ambiance for shopping, dining, and experiencing the town's unique character.
  6. Perry Golf and Country Club: Golf enthusiasts can tee off at the Perry Golf and Country Club, an 18-hole championship golf course that offers a challenging and scenic experience. Enjoy the well-maintained fairways, picturesque landscapes, and the club's amenities.

Perry, Oklahoma, is approximately 20 miles north of Stillwater, Oklahoma.  The two cities are relatively close to each other, making it convenient to explore the attractions in both locations. 

Stillwater, OK boasts diverse array of attractions and activities

Stillwater, Oklahoma, in Payne County, is a city that boasts a diverse array of attractions and activities, ensuring there's something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you're a sports enthusiast, a nature lover, a history buff, or someone who appreciates a lively downtown scene, Stillwater has it all.

One of the city's main highlights is Oklahoma State University (OSU), a renowned institution that brings vibrancy and energy to the area. Explore the beautiful campus, catch an exciting sports event at the Boone Pickens Stadium, or attend a performance at Gallagher-Iba Arena, immersing yourself in the spirited collegiate atmosphere.

For those seeking cultural experiences, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum is a must-visit. Delve into the world of wrestling as you learn about its illustrious history, celebrate legendary athletes, and witness captivating exhibits and memorabilia.

Downtown Stillwater is a hub of charm and character. Discover the city's historic buildings, wander through unique shops, and indulge in delicious meals at local eateries. The downtown area often hosts festivals, events, and live music, providing ample opportunities to enjoy the vibrant local scene.

If you're yearning for outdoor adventures, head to Lake McMurtry, a picturesque retreat just outside Stillwater. Cast your line for fishing, embark on scenic hikes, pedal along mountain biking trails, or simply bask in the natural beauty while picnicking with loved ones.

Nature enthusiasts can also explore the Botanic Garden at OSU, a serene oasis showcasing an impressive variety of plants and landscapes. Stroll through themed gardens, take in the sights and scents, and participate in educational programs that offer insights into the world of horticulture.

Oklahoma Real Estate for Sale

United Country Real Estate | Heard Auction & Real Estate offers a fine selection of lifestyle property to accomplish your buying, selling, or auction goals.  To view this Oklahoma land in Noble County, OK, or any of the Oklahoma lifestyle properties we offer, contact our team today.

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: Rural Noble County
  • City: Perry
  • State: Oklahoma
  • County: Noble

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Date: Thu, Sep 7, 2023
Time: 6:00 PM
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Corky Heard

Owner, Real Estate Broker, Auctioneer