Located in the heart of the Ouachita Mtns, flourishing with abundant wildlife of white tail deer, black bear, turkey, and more is this privately located and secluded square 40 acre parcel bordering national forest lands of the east and southern boundaries. Beautiful, private and secluded location!

With access to thousands of acres of national forest boundaries it is a hunters paradise. The owner has allowed limited hunting over the years and food plots and trails to the National Forest Lands are in place. A nice blend of pine, cedar and hardwood trees on the property offer future value if you chose to harvest them. A small portion of the land is open for gardening and livestock as well.

The wood bat/board home features a metal roof, features charming covered porches which all have floored ceilings for storage and endless possibilities for the interior. The original portion of the home was built in 1920, with remodels in 1970 and again in 2001 with a new 20×32 (640 Sq ft) addition which is roughed in added in 2004 for a master bedroom and attached bath with WIC, 2 BR upstairs, living room and home office. The home features a total of 3056 sq feet under roof, of which 816 sq ft is covered porch areas, 1600 sq ft which is currently heated and cooled and used as living space and the remaining unfinished portion of the 640 sq ft. The owner will be replacing the HVAC central heat and air unit and the new addition has been wired and plumbing roughed in as well. Several building supplies will also convey to help with completion of the addition and are on site such as sheetrock, wainscoting, and interior doors. The 1600 sq ft living space features a spacious laundry room, living room and kitchen with all appliances conveying; 2 lazy susan cabinets, charming garden window and bar area. The bath features a tub/shower combo and is nestled between 2 of the bedrooms, a 3rd room is used as a craft room but could easily be used as a bedroom with the use of a wardrobe for clothing storage or closet installation making a possible 5 bedroom home with the completion of the add-on and closet installations.

Located behind the home is an older storm shelter and a 26×52 block building with dirt floor which was used in the past for a worm production business. It would work great for livestock or small animals. The home is connected to the James Fork Water but there is a well on site as well.

The 40×60 red iron shop building has 3 insulated roll up doors, electric and has plumbing installed for a bathroom.

Two nice ponds located in close proximity to each other could easily be converted into a mini lake. Food plots are in place to attract wild life and the beautiful blended woodland of pine, hardwood and cedar takes a gentle rise to the national forest boundaries. Also two nice garden spots are established.

Entering into the property you will cross a small tributary of Ross Creek as well. Lots of Indian heritage in this area and a perfect location for a hunting lodge with thousands of acres of National Forest Lands open to you for hunting right in your back door. Unlimited possibilities for this property! Use as your own home, Airbnb, hunting lodge and more. Don’t delay give us a call today and let us make an appointment to come and view this slice of the Ouachita Mountains and claim it as your own …. you will be glad you did!

Scott County features a population of approximately 9836, with Waldron being the county seat with 3386 residents inside the city limits per the most recent census. Scott County is home to the largest Bluegrass Festival this side of the Mississippi (Turkey Track), home to one of the oldest working movie theaters in the state (Scott Theatre)and has old fashioned rodeos, parades, fairs and more annually. Join in on the fun each 1st Saturday of the Month for Trade Days and share and sell your wares.. for FREE!. Waldron is home to 3 rivers and 4 public lakes. Located just a day trip to many of Arkansas hot-spots as well. Ft Smith Ar – 46.3 miles, Tulsa, OK 163 miles, Dallas, Tx 282.2 miles, Fayetteville, Ar 103.8 miles (Home of the Arkansas Razorbacks),Hot Springs, AR 81.6, Little Rock, AR (State Capital)142.9 miles and Mt Magazine 57 miles (highest point between the Rockies and the Great Smoky Mtns)

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