The Graham Farm is the headquarters of the famous Johnson Ranch and has never been offered to the public until now! Located just 8 miles south of downtown Norman, Oklahoma immediately off I-35 Ladd Road Exit 101. The property extends north and east from there, encompassing a ridgeline along Ladd Avenue, which overlooks the fertile cropland below. Many of the small acreage and potential home site tracts in this offering feature terrific views of the vast farmland and South Canadian River bottom on the east side of the property. With tracts ranging from 7+/- to 160+/- acres, there are options to explore in this exciting auction for all types of potential buyers. Whether you are searching from terrific potential home sites, unimproved investment land in the path of development or to acquire productive farmland with income producing potential take the time to explore the possibilities the Graham Farm has to offer. During the auction on June 21, you may place bids on any individual tract or combinations of parcels that best fit your needs.
• 1,371+/- Acres offered in 25 Tracts • Tracts ranging from 7+/- to 160+/- Acres • Small Acreages • Home Sites & Farm • Headquarters of the Famous Johnson Ranch • Historic Pre-1900 Farm House • Land Never offered to the Public Until Now • Washington Schools • Online Bidding Available
Take Exit 101 off I-35 and travel to the east side of the interstate and the property will begin at intersection of Ladd Rd and Ladd Ave.
Open House / Inspection Dates
May 17 from 9AM-Noon
June 5 from 9AM-Noon
June 19 from 11AM-1PM
Meet a Schrader Representative on Tract 8 for land tours.
Southwind Hills, 468 SW 24th Ave, Goldsby, OK 73093
Take Exit 106 off I-35 and travel west on Hwy 9 past the Riverwind Casino. After approximately 1 mile, turn left onto SW 24th Ave (Santa Fe Ave) and follow for approximately 2.6 miles and gated entrance will be on your right.
Tract 1: 10± ac at the intersection of Ladd Rd and Ladd Ave.
Tract 2: 10± ac off Ladd Rd that partially wooded with abundance of mature trees and impressive creek on the east side.
Tract 3: 21± ac along Ladd Ave with gorgeous terrain and mature trees.
Tract 4: 13± ac along Ladd Ave that is partially wooded with a nice rolling terrain.
Tract 5: 13± ac along Ladd Ave with good elevation and views to the east.
Tract 6: 12± ac along Ladd Ave with a mixture of pasture and mature trees.
Tract 7: 20± ac along Ladd Ave with a mixture of pasture and mature trees with a nice creek.
Tract 8: 72± ac along Ladd Ave that include the 2,757 SF Pre-1900 Historic Farm House with an impressive view of the farmland bottoms below to the east. Also included in this parcel are a open sided hay barn, bunk style two story barn, cattle working pens, 7 individually fenced traps, grain storage facilities, two farm labor homes and a domestic well.
Tract 9: 26± ac at the intersection of Ladd Ave and 290th Street with terrific views to the east.
Tract 10: 19± ac at the intersection of Ladd Ave and 290th Street with great views to the east.
Tract 11: 7± ac along Ladd Ave with terrific views over the farmland below.
Tract 12: 20± ac along Ladd Ave.
Tract 13: 20± ac along Ladd Ave with mature trees lining the back fence.
Tract 14: 20± ac along Ladd Ave with mature trees lining the back fence.
Tract 15: 15± ac along Ladd Ave with mature trees and a nice creek on the east side.
Tract 16: 12± ac along Ladd Ave with mature trees and a nice creek.
Tract 17: 12± ac along Ladd Ave with mature trees and a nice creek.
Tract 18: 65± ac SWING TRACT that is currently planted to alfalfa that is a combination of Hawley Fine Sandy Loam and Miller Silty Clay soils. The north boundary of this parcel is lined with large mature trees and the South Canadian River.
Tract 19: 150± ac along 290th Street, currently under center pivot irrigation and is planted to Bermuda for turf production. This parcel will include an existing irrigation well and is primarily Hawley Fine Sandy Loam, Miller Silty Clay and Keokuk Loam soils.
Tract 20: 70± ac along 290th Street, currently there is a corn crop on this parcel and it is being dryland farmed. Soil types consist of Hawley Fine Sandy Loam and Miller Silty Clay.
Tract 21: 160± ac currently planted to Alfalfa and being dryland farmed. Primary soil are Keokuk Loam and Miller Silty Clay on this parcel.
Tract 22: 160± ac that are currently under center pivot irrigation and include an irrigation well, the rights to the existing well will remain solely with the Tract 22 buyer. Primary soil types include Miller Silty Clay and Keokuk Loam.
Tract 23: 160± ac that are currently under center pivot irrigation, primary soil types are Miller Silty Clay, Hawley Fine Sandy Loam, Keokuk Loam and Gracemont Fine Sandy Loam.
Tract 24: 152± ac along the banks of the South Canadian River. The parcel has outstanding potential for trophy deer, waterfowl and turkey hunting; along with some nice pasture land.
Tract 25: 132± ac along the banks of the South Canadian River. This is another parcel with outstanding recreational potential, mature trees, thick cover and plenty of open space within minutes of the OKC metro.