Nestled in a sleepy little town rich with country flavor and history in the heart of the Ouachita Mountains you will find this charming brick home with detached two story workshop!First time to ever be on the market the home features a total of 1684 sq feet under roof. Great curb appeal from the beautiful lush landscaped yard with perennial flora to the tree studded 1 acre lot.Located on the outskirts of the City of Waldron, the homeowner elected not to be annexed into the city limits so the property is zoned county with no restrictions. City water and sewer service the home and a well is also on site. The home features 3 BR, 2 full baths, formal living and dining rooms, spacious den, two fireplaces, galley kitchen with all appliances conveying, beautiful original native white oak hardwood flooring and charming outdoor entertaining space with rock and brick patio.The two story garage features 3 separate storage areas downstairs and dryer hookup. Upstairs is an open floor plan with retro carpeting and great storage space and features natural gas heat and window air. This two story structure could easily be converted into an apartment, mother in law quarters or rental property. Surrounded by woodland you have the feel of being nestled in the forest yet you are minutes from town. A paved drive, CH/A, original hardwood flooring, newer HVAC and roof and a charming split rail fence are just a few amenities offered. Additional 3.2 ac surveyd pastureland also available for purchase with this home located across the highway. Located approximately 60 miles from Mt. Magazine State Park which is the tallest point in Arkansas and also the highest point between the Rocky Mtns and The Appalachian Mountains, 25 miles from Queen Wilhemina State Park in Mena, AR , 117 miles from the State Capital – Little Rock, 45 miles from Ft Smith the second largest city in the state, 25 miles from the Oklahoma State Line and approximately 272 miles from Dallas,TX. Half of Arkansas – "The Natural State" is covered by mountains including the Ozarks, Ouachitas and distinctive mesas in the Arkansas River Valley. We are blessed to have over 600,000 acres of lakes and 9,000 miles of rivers and streams. 83% of our county (Scott) is National Forest and Timber Lands and we are the largest timber producer for the State of Arkansas, home to the oldest working movie theatre in the state and home to the largest Bluegrass Festival this side of the Mississippi. You won’t want to miss the 1st Saturday Trade Days on Historic Main Street each month, our Annual Scott County Rodeo and more terrific events! Come join us and enjoy the Good Life here in Scott County, Arkansas – where neighbors are friendly and Life Is Good!!