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Lonoke County, ArkansasThe Waterproof Timber Tract and Lodge is one of the finest tracts in Lonoke County. It's location is within easy reach of multiple towns and road systems....Cabot, Carlisle, Lonoke, Beebe and I-40 giving a quick and easy path to Little Rock. The area is extremely nice and private consisting of large neighboring properties ranging from livestock, old fish farms and timber. Wildlife is abundant on this and the adjoining tracts and the opportunity at managing trophy whitetail is a real plus for the hunting enthusiasts. This is more than a "mixed use recreational tract" that you see so often156.9± acres$599,000
Cross County, ArkansasSitting on 5 city lots in Hickory Ridge, this property is turn key and set up for the serious waterfowler. A lot of consideration was taken when planning the configuration of the lodge and adjacent storage building. There's room for a large club with multiple members with the 1,800+ sq. ft. lodge, and the almost 2,600 sq. ft. storage building is connected by a covered breezeway. The strategic layout of the lodge and storage building are apparent as soon as you enter each structure. The storage building is designed to allow you to drive in both truck1.5± acres$189,000
Clay County, ArkansasThe Black River GTR - 320 has right at 190 total acres of timber, with 160 of those acres having a levee system. There are flood control structures in place with multiple levees, gates, and an irrigation well to control your water. There are 60 acres of precision leveled cropland, and 80 additional acres of irrigated tillable ground. There's an extensive exterior road system allowing convenient access to the 8 timber holes ranging in size from 1/3 of an acre to small, tight openings in the canopy. There are two gates on each of the northern corners of the320± acres$2,176,000
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