Hollow Point Ranch is pleased to offer for sale the initial phase of fifty 5-acre home sites. The generous parcel size allows property owners the ability to retain privacy and ensure there is plenty of space between adjacent homes. In order to maintain upscale community standards and protect property values, there are certain Homeowner Association guidelines that will govern minimum home sizes, building placements, exterior materials and use of property. Owners have the option of buying the land now and building later. On the other hand, some owners may choose to buy the land as an investment and enjoy Ranch amenities without ever building a house on their property.
It should also be noted that common land areas and buildings are owned by the Hollow Point Ranch Homeowners Association (HOA) in which each owner has a proportionate interest. A monthly on-going HOA fee will apply for common area maintenance, staffing and equipment needs of the Ranch.
The cost of the parcels includes
the following items, and more:
The selected 5-acre parcel
Formation of the interior road system linking the homesites and various amenities buildings
Ownership interest in an additional 1200+ acres of common area to be used on an exclusive basis by the land owners for their own recreational needs
Distribution of utilities throughout the property, including fiber optic internet lines
Construction and unlimited use of the Clubhouse
Services of the Ranch Manager and Horse Wrangler
Construction and use of the horse stables and arena
Maintenance equipment and storage buildings
Construction of multiple lakes
Off-grid infrastructure to be used as emergency backup
Boat launch ramps on the Kiamichi River
And much more!
Top-notch Value Package
Given the long list of items included in the purchase price, rather than just the 5-acre parcel itself, we are certain prospective buyers will agree that Hollow Point Ranch provides a top-notch value package.
The unique feature of this shared-ownership arrangement affords owners a lifestyle that would normally only be available at a much higher individual cost. Such cost for 1200+ acres, the construction of the lakes, roads, utility infrastructure, clubhouse and various other buildings, staff employment, etc. would run into the millions of dollars and be unaffordable to all but the wealthiest amongst us. This ownership structure represents prudent financial planning which can be appreciated by everyone. And to top it off, owners enjoy low Oklahoma property taxes.