​​Oklahoma Limited Liability Company

​​​Bottem Legacy Ranch+

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Psalm 100: 4 

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Bottem Legacy Ranch is situated on 240 acres in the Three Bridges area, just south of Bristow, Oklahoma. The house is surrounded by a variety of mature trees and native grasslands. It is approximately one quarter mile from the county road and it overlooks the bottom land pastures and the Deep Fork River. The property was built by the Sharrock family with a deep respect for the land, wildlife and agricultural value for the future.

Website Updated
January 10, 2019

Welcome To The Ranch

The major pasture base for the ranch is Bermuda grass complimented by fescue, Johnson grass, and Florida paspalum. The pastures soils easily support annual ryegrass and clovers. The upland is composed of predominantly Oak, Blackjack, and Hickory trees. Pecan, Walnut, Elm, Sycamore, Persimmon, Ash, Redbud and several other species of trees are just a few of the trees and shrubs found in the Deep Fork bottom lands. This area is well known for its varied wildlife population of game and non-game species such as deer and turkey, which are prominent in the Deep Fork watershed. Besides turkey, dove and waterfowl are game birds found readily in the river watershed. Squirrel, rabbit, fox and bobcat are just a few of the varied mammal species, while upland and bottom land bird species, and even an occasional eagle, add to the variety of wildlife.

The Morton built horse barn is located just a few hundred yards from the house along with a riding arena, round pen and cross fenced pastures. The barn is 1,725 square feet in size with concrete floors, electricity, and a drainage system. It is equipped with  5 Priefert stalls, wash rack, and barn apartment. The apartment includes a bath, kitchen and combo living/sleeping area. A 1,150 square foot open front Morton equipment building is also located within in close proximity to the horse barn.