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Jackson County, ArkansasTurn key property with outstanding access just off of Hwy. 167. The well maintained all-weather gravel road leads to the gated entrance. This property is absolutely loaded with deer and turkey. (See pictures.) 3 Redneck Blinds are already in place and located on 3 strategically located food plots throughout the property. This property is bordered by hundreds of acres of timber increasing the hunting potential. There's a rail car storage in place, and the following equipment is negotiable with the sale. -John Deer 3038 tractor with low hours that includes a disc, mower, and tiller. -UTV as well177.23± acres$375,000
White County, ArkansasThis shop house is located just outside of the city limits of Searcy, and is the perfect place for your home business. All 6,800 sq. ft. of the metal building, made up of a 4,800 sq. ft. shop and 2,000 sq. ft. of living quarters, are heated and cooled. The shop has 3 garage doors to ease the moving of equipment. The entire building sits on an 8" reinforced concrete slab. There were no expenses spared for the living quarters. Oversized living room, bedroom, kitchen, closet, laundry, and bathroom.12.77± acres$449,000
White County, ArkansasThis completely remodeled home sits on 20 acres and is located 13 miles from Beebe, and 19 miles from Searcy. Beautiful pasture for your small farm, outstanding hunting, and your own fishing and swimming hole in Little Bull Creek! The home is 90% finished, down to the studs, 4 bdr, 3 bth., 2,100 sq. ft. home with a new open floor plan, new plumbing, electrical wiring, HVAC, flooring, architectural shingles, windows, and new exterior siding. Additionally, new kitchen and bathrooms, insulation, sheet rock, paint, and a tankless hot water system. This one is as close to new construction20.07± acres$320,000
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.