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White County, ArkansasIncredible property designed and managed professionally as a deer and turkey haven since 2006. The diversity of habitat on this farm is second to none ranging from swampy bottoms to hardwood ridges, two creeks, five ponds loaded with fish, 35 acres of lush food plots, overgrown briar thickets, miles of mowed and maintained trails for ATV's or horses, cypress barn with gun room, concrete safe room, executive lodge with chef's kitchen, huge sunroom, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bath, and tons of storage space. This is a one of a kind property in one of the most desirable areas in423± acres$1,950,000
White County, ArkansasThe Russell Bottoms Oxbow is an anomaly that doesn't come around often. Having the ability to farm, hunt, and fish really makes this place a jewel. Located just off the banks of the White River and bordering a WMA, it is along one of the most revered flyways in Arkansas. To the south of this property lies the famous White Oaks Duck Woods, Hurricane Lake WMA, Bald Knob NWR, and Cache River NWR to the east. Of the 200 acres, roughly 115 of it is tillable. The ground is best suited for farming beans, however other crops have been200± acres$900,000
White County, ArkansasThe Parade Pine Plantation consists of varying ages of pine timber that have gone through a rigorous timber management plan to diversify the pine forest enhancing both timber value and wildlife habitat. The recent forestry management plan includes the planting of 238 acres of pine timber this past February. This property has an outstanding trail system, plentiful water with Hog Thief Creek and multiple ponds, and varying ages of timber for wildlife and timber stand diversity. Income potential includes the stand of pine timber for immediate and long-term income. Furthermore, this property has over a mile of road frontage587± acres$2,054,500
Habitat Land Company is a true grass roots approach to the rural real estate market.
As our logo, the acorn represents a story that starts small, grows and branches out. At its maturity it’s perched in by a roosting turkey, used as a lookout for a hunting hawk and nested in by owls and squirrels. It’s arguably the most important Habitat building block. We seek it out as hunters, we plant it as conservationists and use it in our plan as Habitat managers and hunters.
Habitat Land Company is what the acorn represents. That essential building block, the foundation; that place you start to get you where you want to be…there for you from start to finish and all the great parts in between.