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White County, ArkansasThe Shiloh Farm consists of 160 acres with a newly remodeled 2,550 sq. ft. house. In addition, this farm has two large storage buildings on the property. There's a new road with both underground electric and county water that runs to the most attractive vista view on the property. You have the option of building a house, cabin, or another barn for the livestock. This farm would be a great farm for a cattle, horse, or recreational property with hunting and fishing too!160± acres$995,000
White County, ArkansasThis property has the beauty of the Ozark foothills, and delta quality deer. Little Bull Creek runs through the property the entire north to south length. The diversity of the land includes rich bottomland soil for food plots, mature marketable pine timber, Little Bull Creek, and a hardwood ridge. In addition, and one of the greatest attributes of the property, there are many large acreage neighboring landowners who manage their properties for wildlife. For those interested in building their home in the country, this property has paved road access and is in a great area with established neighbors. Located105± acres$475,000
Pope County, ArkansasCustom built 4bdr 3bth home on 20+- beautiful acres with the Ozark National Forest as your front porch view! This is a perfect location for your small farm located just 15 miles north of I-40. Paved road frontage in a private location with convenient access. The interior includes a large open living, kitchen, and dining area with a built-in entertainment center in the living room. This home boasts the following; granite countertops in the kitchen, quartz countertops in the bathroom, a walnut wood island in the kitchen with wood cabinets, stainless appliances, tile floors in the kitchen and bathrooms20± acres$899,000
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