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White County, ArkansasIntroducing the Durham Timber Tract on the Little Red. This piece gets top marks on the scoresheet for recreational properties. Let's start with location, location, location... It's situated on the Little Red River between West Point, AR and Georgetown, AR across the river from Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge. It boasts approximately 3/4 mile river frontage and has a small oxbow like lake outside the levee that is replenished at times by the river. Inside the levee is a very mature CRP timber stand that has started producing acorns. It is currently enrolled in the program and comes with an211± acres$633,000
White County, ArkansasDescription:The Pleasant Grove Cattle Farm consists of 285.39 surveyed acres with a newly remodeled 2,550 sq. ft. house. In addition, this farm has two large storage building on the property. Furthermore, 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. The land consists of beautiful gently rolling terrain with pasture and mature hardwoods scattered throughout the property. 6 ponds and a small spring provide ample water on the property285± acres$1,375,000
White County, Arkansas"Ducks, deer, turkeys".... you hear that phrase thrown around a lot in the real estate sales business. When describing many recreational properties, this phrase can be less than entirely accurate. However, these are absolutely the best three words to describe THIS 400 acre tract! Red Cut Slough on Cypress Bayou consists of 400 acres of premium wildlife habitat made up of roughly 320 acres of bottomland, hardwood timber and 80 acres of tillable fields. The tillable acreage to the north has 1,980 feet of highway frontage on AR 267/Cypress Lake Road. Approximately 25 acres of this highway frontage400± acres$1,540,000
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