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SOLD - Keystone Ranch

880 acre Ranch with a 4,100 square foot home. 4 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 2 car over sized garage with bonus room plus 2 offices. 125 ‘x 250’ covered arena, 150 ‘x 300’ outdoor arena, stall barn, shop, equipment barn + multiple out buildings. Class 1 soil and a mixture of Bermuda, Fescue & native grass. Don’t miss out on rare opportunity to own this much land in Osage County.
Listing Price
3534 County Rd. 2495
Pawhuska, OK



880 Acres
Square Feet


OSAGE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA remains largely unchanged as the original Wild West with true cowboys, proud Osages, wild horses, bison, the tallgrass prairie, pristine lakes, and rich traditions.
Think that is a lot to roll into one county? Well, it’s a big county ~ the largest in Oklahoma. Larger than either Rhode Island or Delaware, Osage County’s people, history and culture will create a memorable visit for you and your family.
Ree Drummond, cookbook author, blogger and host of the Pioneer Woman cooking show on the Food Network, has recently renovated an historic building at the corner of Main St. and Kihekah Ave. in Pawhuska, where she opened a deli, bakery and mercantile store Oct. 31, 2016.
Home to a number of Native American and Western artists, Osage County is becoming a popular destination for those seeking original works of art and sculpture. In Hominy, stop by the Cha Tullis Art Gallery, featuring Native American art, on Main St. In Pawhuska, visit the Tallgrass Art Gallery on Kihekah Ave., which has some of the finest Western, wildlife and Native American art on the Southern Plains. In Pawhuska, visit Sister’s Attic and Clifton’s, located on Main St. or the Water Bird Gallery at 134 E. 6th St., which carry the esteemed work of Native American artists.
Adventure awaits you at colorful pow wows, crowd-pleasing rodeos, and small town festivals.
Enjoy world-class Osage museums, thrilling Osage Casinos, and eclectic shops selling Made-in-Oklahoma products, antiques and vintage items.
When it’s time for a break, tickle your taste buds with some savory home cookin’ or fine dining cuisine!
Seek solace in deep blue Osage lakes and wooded state parks, then relax in one of our cozy cabins or bed and breakfasts surrounded by wide open spaces dotted with bison and wild horses.
To fully experience the prairie in its natural state, plan a visit to the Joseph H. Williams Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, the largest (39,000 acres) protected remnant of tallgrass prairie left on earth. Managed by the Nature Conservancy since 1989, the Preserve is home to approximately 2,500 free-ranging bison.
Osage County rewards visitors of all ages with real Western experiences all year long, so come roam our hills and scenic byways and find an adventure to call your own. Spanning over 2,200 square miles, in Osage County there’s plenty of room for everyone! See you in the Osage!
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With a balanced mixture of natural resources and abundant space, Bartlesville has grown to be the home of more than 34,000 people. While it’s true that many of residents work in the energy industry with companies like ConocoPhillips, Phillips 66, and Schlumberger, there also exists a large, diverse employment base that continues to expand.
Outside of work, people who relocated to Bartlesville are amazed by the number of things there are to do. With an extensive park and trail system, world class festivals, ballet, theatre, live concerts, museums and more, there is always something to do. Downtown Bartlesville has been coming to life in recent years, with new restaurants, a Hilton Garden Inn hotel, fantastically preserved and beautifully restored architecture, art galleries, festivals, block parties, and a very popular Farmer’s Market.
Each year citizens and visitors enjoy the diversity and entertainment of the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, Civic Ballet, Choral Society, Community Concert Association, Theater Bartlesville and Children’s Musical Theatre. Bartlesville is host to the world class music festival OK Mozart. The OK Mozart Festival brings internationally recognized musicians and artists to the area every year, along with spectators and media attention from all over the world.
Woolaroc is one of the area’s top attractions, boasting a 3,700 acre wildlife preserve, one of American’s finest museums, nature trails and the historic Frank Phillips Lodge. Area visitors can see exhibits on art, architecture, history and science at the Price Tower Arts Center. An architectural wonder, the Bartlesville Community Center was designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Other attractions in the area include the frontier town museum at Prairie Song, Keepsake Candle Factory and Country Store, the Phillips Petroleum Museum and the beautiful 11-mile jogging and biking trail throughout the city known as Pathfinder parkway.
Diversity in Resources
Bartlesville has enjoyed a long history of natural resources, but today there is so much more. With two universities, plus a fantastic technical training facility, Bartlesville produces a wealth of educated citizens who are ready for work in many different industries. Bartlesville’s diverse cultural heritage includes a large Native American population and well as many other ethnic groups that create a rich array of cultures and traditions.
The people of Bartlesville create a close community, while enjoying varied cultural experiences that can often only be seen in larger cities.
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