Cache Refuge Farm at Beedeville

Status: Sold
Acres: 77 +/-
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Recreational Land
City, State: Beedeville, Arkansas
County: Jackson
ZIP Code: 72014
Lat/Long: 35.459, -91.1282
Presented By: Will Hardin

Description

We are always particularly proud to bring you rare properties.  We define rare as one that has all the qualities frequently described by prospective buyers and almost never available to purchase.  This is one of those properties!  77 acres more or less, northwest of Beedeville and Southeast of Blackville.  More specifically (and importantly), it has the Cache River Refuge as a border on its west and south sides.  Checking that box is hard to do and this place does it in style by giving you a prominent, 3 minute walk-in hole that has a history.  No public parking near the property gives you ready access to this spot without having to race.  The farm also benefits from being positioned just south of River Oaks and the habitat that draws and holds so many birds as well as local rice fields that hold food well into the new year.  The traffic above, through and around this tract is a sight to see.  The pictures and videos contained here are all from the property and should check another box for you...they like this farm a lot.  The sellers have done a great deal of planning and work to enhance the desirability to waterfowl and the huntability, including dirt work, water control structures and food.  Water is available via an electric well and can also be allowed to flow into the property when the Cache River is swollen.


The public ground west of the property is not a WMA, it's federal ground and not subject to (we believe) the recent limiting regulations on out of state hunters.  Be sure for yourself though and check the regulations.  Buying 77acres that holds birds really well and gives you special access to hundreds of additional acres of pristine wildlife habitat to explore and hunt is a unique and valuable investment for the hardcore waterfowler needing a home base.  The deer hunting in this area is, as you can imagine, pretty impressive as well.  Hunting the edge or slipping off into the woods for some tree therapy along the Cache is a great way to pass the time while you wait on duck season.

There is a lot to discuss about the property, so give us a call with any additional questions you may have or better yet, set up an appointment to see the place!

 

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