Ask Chad Carger
62ac south of Heber Springs in Cleburne County, Arkansas with a truly unique blend of clearings, trails, timber, creeks and topography. Access to the property is good and the location is just a short drive to Heber Springs or Rose Bud. It's as if the hills knew where the property lines would be and rose to meet them acting as a frame around the boundary to protect your view and boundaries. Several water sources flow south through the property eventually pouring into Brushy Creek at the south end. The hillsides are covered with White Oak trees and the deer and turkey sign is prevalent. There are several hilltop clearings and a beautiful meadow along brush creek on the south end.
The trail system makes it easy to access most areas of the property and the elevation changes make the place feel huge. Come take look! You wont be disappointed.