Great view of Sooner Lake, Ponca City to the north, Stillwater 20 min south, Oklahoma City approx 1 hour away and Enid approx 40 min. This barn was built in 1941, the Schultz/Neal Stone Barn is a prominent architectural landmark in Noble County. The barn resembles a "cathedral" on the Oklahoma plains. It is approx 98' wide and 160' long, large enough to accommodate 3 basketball courts. Building height from ground level to roof ridge is approximately 55', or the equivalent of 4.5 stories. The interior is open and structural features are exposed. There are 3 additional barns and 3 ponds on the property. The big barn is now on the National Register of Historic Places. This is an Honorary Distinction for the barn only. The property and barn can sell with no restrictions on use. Should someone want to pursue a historic rehabilitation, they could apply for a 40% tax credit for redevelopment; certain guidelines would have to be followed to receive this. Imagine the possibilities!
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Listing Agent: Victoria Jerome
Listing Office: REMAX/Signature