Call Nelson Jimenez @ (469) 855-0400 to see this custom built home bordering the Wildlife Management Area (WMA) near Hugo, Choctaw County, OK. This beautiful home has vaulted ceilings, a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, large bright living areas, and spacious bedrooms, all on a county well-maintained country road frontage in a quiet area zoned for rural agriculture. This 2003 built country custom home boasts 1980 Sq. Ft. with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and great views of the 25 acre property that borders WMA land. There is a total of 86 acres in the parcel, in case you want more! The mixed use residential, recreational property is mostly flat, with very gentle roll that provides for the local wildlife to share the property with you. There is a cute storage barn to put all your gardening tools inside. The site is meticulously kept, so enjoying it from day one will be a cinch! The home has a grand porch around two sides of the home, allowing one to quietly observe bird watching, or just enjoy the beautiful scenery all around. Touching the Hugo Wildlife Management Area WMA which covers 18,196 acres with two additional areas (Sawyer Unit and Hamden Unit) of 551 and 480 acres respectively. Encompassing a total WMA is 19,227 acres with numerous wildlife hunting and viewing opportunities which will walk right onto you back yard. The habitat consisting of mature stands of hardwoods in the bottom land areas to hardwood/pine tree mixes spread throughout the. Much of the area is old farm field habitat that is maintained through intensive management practices as prescribed burning, discing, and mowing operations. The variety of trees include six species of oak as well as ash, hickory, pine, river birch, willow, as well as sand plum, holly, sumac, and a great variety of grasses and legumes. Soil types vary from deep sand to alluvial plain type habitat. The average annual precipitation for the area is 49 inches, so start planning that self-sustainable garden. This gem located in near Hugo, in popular Choctaw County which calls its home to whitetail deer, hog, turkey, rabbit, squirrel, and other small game. Centrally located, it’s only 1 hour, 45 minutes from McKinney, TX, about 3 hours from OKC, 2 hours from Tulsa, and Mena, AR.