Broken East Estate is one of Eufaula Lake’s unique lakefront properties of this size that is hard to find on the market today. Lake views, easy access from the highway via paved county roads, electric and water already on the property, and a portion of the property that has been surveyed out into the lake, makes this 103-acre tract of land a very unique and a must see lake front estate. Whether you want to own a lake front estate with acreage to farm, hunt and fish; or develop into a lake front addition, this property has the potential to be that special one of kind place for either buyer. With over 4,600 feet of property bordering two county roads and over 4,700 feet of property bordering the lake, this Oklahoma land for sale, gives the new owner an enormous amount of options to grant a one of a kind lakefront estate or divide up into smaller lakefront estates.
This Haskell County, Oklahoma property sits on the south side of Eufaula Lake, just a quarter of a mile from Evergreen Marina and just one mile, as the crow flies, from the Eufaula Lake Dam. The southeast corner of this lake front property sits one mile north of Highway 71 on county road N 4290. The south property line is County Road E 1190 and the east property line is county road N 4290. Oklahoma City is 140 miles west, Tulsa is 100 mile north, Ft. Smith is 71 miles east and Downtown Dallas is 216 miles southwest.
There is over 4,700 feet of this property bordering COPR property to Eufaula Lake- Oklahoma’s largest lake with over 600 miles of shoreline. This property also has three small ponds with potential for more and rural water already at the property.
Wildlife species include; Whitetail deer, dove, coyote, ducks.
This property is slightly sloping with its highest point being around 640’ in elevation down to the water which normally stays at 585’ in elevation. The flood pool for this area of the lake is set at 602’ +/- in elevation. The gentle sloping terrain makes any potential home site a comfortable walk to the water’s edge. With over 50 acres currently being used as hay pasture and the large oak trees that surround the meadows, this property makes a diverse lake front property with amazing lake views.
No minerals conveying with the property.