Tucked within the beautiful Ouachita Mountains and rich with history and lore, this 18.40 ac tract m/l resides on the southern side of Scott County in the Y-City community, approximately 13.9 miles from Waldron. The beautiful, sparkling waters of Mill Creek, a tributary to the Fourche Lafave River, run through the southwestern edge of the property and it borders National Forest Lands to the north and west. As quoted in Buried Treasures of the American Southwest: Legends of Lost Mines, Hidden Payrolls & Spanish Gold by W.C. Jameson, Circa 1983 and verified by local historians, this site is touted to have sheltered a cave believed to be the site of an ancient Spanish mine or used as a hideaway for Spanish gold bars. As per the legend of this property, in the early 1900s, explorers discovered a mysterious cave, finding very old mining tools and stone stairways leading to lower passages. The exact location or actual existence of the mine is unknown, however, by the seller/list agent, but locals report exploring a cave on the property in years past, and two have been located. The property is located with US Hwy 71 access and features a beautiful bluff setting with marketable timber and an amazing building spot with gorgeous Ouachita Mountain views. No mineral rights to convey. Scott County is 83% timber and national forest lands and serves as one of the largest timber producers for the state of Arkansas. Waldron (the county seat) has the oldest working movie theatre in the State of Arkansas, and Scott County is home to the largest bluegrass festival this side of the Mississippi: Turkey Track. Featuring 3 rivers (Poteau, Petit Jean and Fourche Lafave), Muddy Creek Wildlife Management Area, 3 public lakes and numerous large creeks and glorious mountains filled with abundant wildlife, Scott County is a must-see for young and old. Our charming downtown features many quaint shops and historical buildings, and you will want to be sure to visit Blythe’s Museum. Located in the “center of everything,” you will have only a short trip to many state parks, our state capital and other hot spots throughout the state. If you seek larger entertainment areas, Dallas is located 282 miles away, Tulsa, Oklahoma is only 163 miles away, and Memphis, Tennessee is a mere 270 miles away. Give us a call and come check out this unique one-of-a-kind property and all the beauty our area has to offer, and Live The Good Life here in Scott County where the neighbors are friendly and life still offers that slow-paced living!