Home with Horse Training / Boarding Facility and Rental Units
Inola, Rogers County, Oklahoma
Unique property available for both the equine enthusiast and the entrepreneur, looking for the next business opportunity. Located on the south side of Inola, OK sets a 28-acre tract equipped with improvements for horse training and boarding, as well as on site rental facilities ideal for jockeys, trainers, and travelers in need of rest along with their horses. Further opportunities abound as this offering could transition to fulfill other agricultural or grow opportunities, as well is storage facility.
The 3,300 sqft main residence is comprised of both the owners private living quarters and adjoining rentable rooms, which includes master suite, office, bathroom, a full kitchen with granite countertops and a dining area. Seven 12’x12’ rentable rooms adjoin, each furnished with the basics. The two areas are split by coin operated laundry service and separate men & women’s bathroom/shower facility. The layout is functional as rooms near the private living quarters can be easily accessed to increase the private living area. The second building hosts 8 additional rental rooms simply furnished as well.
For additional income and convenience, there are 9 RV hookups. Seven are full hookups with electric, water, and septic. Two remaining hookups connect to electric and water only. Equipment and supplies to service the property can be housed in a 30’x60’ metal shop.
Four 40’x 270’ horse barns rest in the center of property, each with one hot water wash bay and two tack rooms at each end. Combined, they currently hold a total of 140 stalls and 1 indoor open training area. Each 12’x12’x8’ stall is equipped with 120v outlet. The property holds 6 electrical meters with electric access available in all improved areas. Surrounding the barns are 15 separated paddocks of various sizes for grazing, riding, and training your horse, including 12 walkers, with 10 currently in operation. Three round pens with 12” of sand ideal and steel piped paddocks ideal for trianing. Pastures are lush with improved grasses and clover varieties. Water is an abundant resource with 6-yard faucets in each barn, as well as numerous faucets strategically placed outside in in key areas. Although the facility is connected to rural water, there is a deep spring fed pond that can be pumped. In the evenings, fish along the banks for bass and catfish while enjoying the numerous beautiful sunsets.
Located 30 minutes east of Tulsa, just off Highway 412, this property can be accessed by many urbanites looking for a place board a horse. Viewings are by appointment only. Contact Jim Nantz at 918-606-4864.
, Midwest Land Group