Indian Creek Ditch 40
PRICE REDUCTION! Indian Creek Ditch 40 is a predominately wooded tract surrounded by ag ground on 3 sides, located in the NW portion of Clay County, Arkansas and just 1 mile due south of the Missouri/Arkansas state line. Indian Creek Ditch splits the property down the center and could be used as an alternative method of accessing portions of the property. That same ditch, if followed to the NE less than 1 mile, connects to a larger block of timberland consisting of nearly 1,000 acres controlled by Swan Pond Conservation Area and the Nature Conservancy... likely a travel corridor for deer. Approx. 5 acres stretches down the south boundary providing a great building site or an area for a food plot along the county road. Power runs down the south line and with county roads intersecting in the SW corner, accessibility is great from the west and south boundaries. The remnants of an old homestead rests in the SW portion. Whether you're just looking for a place to hunt or acreage to build on, this property accommodates both very well.