40+/- Ac  located in Creek County with easy access to Highways

*Previously advertised “sells w/o reserve” property selling subject to court approval

Directions:  From Bristow Take Hwy 16 NW .8mi.  Turn W on  221st St S 2 mi and property is located on S side.

Auction Overview


November 15th, 2017 at 6PM


Creek Masonic Lodge

417 N Main St.

Bristow, OK


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3% Buyer Broker Fee

40+/-ac with paved road access located less than 3 miles from Bristow in Creek County in Northern Oklahoma

LICENSE INFO:  OK RE Lic# 159708 Ronn Cunningham | Cunningham Johnson Auctions LLC

Opportunity to purchase 40+/-ac in Creek county ideal for hunting/recreation or for a building site.  Old homestead is located in a clearing at the front off the property with paved road access. Land is heavily wooded with hardwood trees and offers rolling terrain with a creek that meanders through the west side of the property.

Property is a short drive to Bristow and is located approximately one hour from Tulsa and Oklahoma City.

All map & boundary illustrations are approximate

Property Video


All map & boundary illustrations are approximate

•All parcels subject to any existing recorded easements.
•Locations of parcel signs, maps, and picture illustrations are for reference only. Refer to survey for boundaries if available and/or legal descriptions. Fence lines may not follow property boundaries per survey.
•If property divides, all abstracts covering any individual parcel will be placed on deposit with said title company to be held for the use of any and all future buyers. Buyers are responsible for the cost of supplemental abstract(s).
•All minerals owned by seller will convey, no mineral search has been performed.
•Portions of property located in flood zone
*Previously advertised “sells w/o reserve” property selling subject to court approval

Terms & Conditions:

  • 3% Buyer’s Premium applies to this sale.  Buyers-premium is an additional fee (3% of high-bid amount) paid by the high-bidder.
  • All properties are being sold ‘as is, where is’ and are not subject to financing, inspections or any other contingencies.
  • CJ Auctions represents the seller only.
  • The high bidder must make a 10% (Min $5,000) non-refundable deposit on sale day (cash, personal or cashier checks)
  • Buyer will receive deed and title insurance.
  • Buyer will pay for (but not limited to) the  closing fee, title policy. Taxes will be prorated through date of closing.
  • Balance and closing costs are due 30 days from court approval
  • Sells subject to court approval
  • Contact CJ Auctions for title commitment and copy of easements
  • All bidders must register with CJ Auctions prior to bidding (registration is held 1-hour prior to auction) and provide a driver’s license or government-issued identification.
  • Absentee bidders must pre-register and qualify through CJ Auctions 48 hours prior to sale day.
  • All persons inspecting the property, attending an open house or auction do so at their own risk and shall not hold CJ Auctions or their agents liable for damages to their person or property.
  • ONLINE BIDDING: Individuals must wire 10% of opening bid amount (minimum $10,000) 48 hours prior to auction to be fully authorized to bid online. Contact CJ Auctions at 918 550 8118 for detailed wiring instructions. (Note: If property is selling by the acre then opening bid is multiplied by the total acreage)


LICENSE INFO:  OK RE Lic# 159708 Ronn Cunningham | Cunningham Johnson Auctions LLC

Method of Sale: Parcels 1, 2 & 3 Buyer’s Choice (Selling in conjunction with 160 Ac, all 3 Parcels Buyer’s Choice)

• Buyer’s choice may be offered when more than one property/parcel is being auctioned.
• Successful high bidder wins the right to choose a property/parcel or properties/parcels from a grouping of similar or like-kind
• After high bidder selection, the property(s) is deleted from the group and the bidding on Oklahoma land for sale recommences.
• Process continues until all properties/parcels are selected.
• When selling by the acre, high bid is multiplied by the number of surveyed acreage.