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White County, ArkansasRecreation available 12 months a year on this tract. A brand new two story lodge greets you at the entrance and sits backed up to the water on the 23 acre reservoir. Beside it is the concrete launch ramp and dock. The reservoir was designed and built with trophy fishing in mind. It has rock structures, ridges, holes, timber arranged inside its levees and has been stocked and managed with quality fishing in mind. The main shop building features enough insulated space inside to house several boats, atvs, waders, trucks...you name it. It also has a covered space240± acres$1,250,000
White County, ArkansasThis northeastern White County tillable farm consists of 114 surveyed acres +/- located due east of Russell, Arkansas. It's currently in a Rice / Soybean rotation with electric wells on each end of the property. The western well irrigates the western 1/3 of the farm whereas the eastern well irrigates the precision leveled 2/3 of farmland. Roetzel road runs the full length of the northern boundary providing exceptional access to the property in addition to its farm roads and drainage system that elevates the farm to its full potential. This is an income producing row crop farm opportunity located114± acres$385,000
Lonoke County, ArkansasThe Luebke Farm and Timber tract is located east of Scott in the center of a triangle between Little Rock, Keo and Lonoke in an area known for monster bucks and duck hunting. The property is in two separate tracts and ready to accommodate anything from farming to hunting. The crown of the "headquarters", as we call it, is a large home in the most relaxing delta setting. At approximately 3,847 sq. ft., with 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, fireplace and large game room, it's ready to entertain or handle everyday life on the farm in comfort and105± acres$990,000
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