Spectacular site for lake home overlooking Lake Tenkiller from peninsula adjacent to Burnt Cabin Creek inlet to the clearest lake in Oklahoma. Private and secluded with U.S. Army Corps land on three sides, this 27.53-acre parcel is contiguous to 47.5 acres which must be purchased to provide access. Heavily timbered, this acreage is currently used for hunting white tail deer, turkey, rabbits, and squirrels. From an elevation of 756 feet, this property points straight south toward Burnt Cabin Marina.  Value is in the land. Old house on the property was built in 1930 and has not been occupied for at leat ten years. The tax records indicate that it measures 1,296 square feet m/l and has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is electricity, a propane tank, a septic system, two water wells, plus rural water. Old house and sheds are exempt from inspections
A total of 76 acres m/l of heavily wooded, relatively flat land at the top of a ridge which forms a promontory overlooking Lake Tenkiller at the point where Burnt Cabin Creek runs into Lake Tenkiller. An old cabin built in 1930 with no current value greets you as you enter the property via an easement from Burnt Cabin Road. Totally private and relatively secluded, the property is surrounded by public land on three sides. Burnt Cabin Marina is just a little farther down the road providing elegant lakeside lodging, boat docks, boat rentals, a restaurant, and a small store. There is also a private RV park and a state park nearby.  For more information about this property contact Debbie Durkee at 918-724-8201 or send her an email at dsolano@cbtulsa.com
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