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410 Hilltop

3.25 acres
410 Hilltop Road Coal Hill AR 72840
Nice sized home sitting on 3.25 Acres m/l. Garage has been enclosed and is currently used as a game room but could be a 3rd bedroom or converted easily back into a garage. Very Nice Wood burning Stove...
Stacy Thomas-Retford, Re/Max Professionals Realty
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1526 N College

7.34 acres
1526 North College Street Clarksville AR 72830
STUNNINGLY DESIGNED--ELEGANTLY EXECUTED! Custom built estate commands a prestigious presence while hosting a pond/lake & park-like setting! Too many updates and amenities to list. New roof, CHA unit...
Deb Castleman, Re/Max Professionals Realty
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Clean 2 BR Brick Home with Large Lot

1.75 acres
66 Castleberry Ln Lamar AR 72846
Neat as a pin 2 BR/1 bath 1,512 sq ft brick home on 1.75 acres in Lamar. Nice covered concrete patio across the back of the home with view of the woods. 1/4 basement off the back of the home, concrete...
Steve Hula, All Star Real Estate
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60 Acres in Johnson County, Arkansas

60 acres
North of County Road 3080 Hunt AR 72840
Price reduced by $15,000. 60 Acres of Timberland for sale just north of Hunt, AR in Johnson County. This recreational land for sale provides excellent hunting for deer, turkey, bear, and small game ...
Eric Camp, Mossy Oak Properties
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Johnson County, AR Land Info

Johnson County is a large urban county within what is considered a non-metropolitan part of Arkansas. The most common type of land for sale in Johnson County recently was farms, while Clarksville had the most land listed for sale in Johnson County. Data from July 2016 places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Johnson County at $6,743, with an average list price of $97,978 for land and farms for sale in Johnson County. Of Arkansas's 75 counties, Johnson County ranks 25th in terms of its population (26,141, according to Census data from 2015). Manufacturing and related services provide the main economic inputs to Johnson County. In terms of size, Johnson County is Arkansas's 33rd biggest county (683 square miles, which comprises one percent of the state). Farming activities in Johnson County generate annual revenues of $141 million, three percent of which is from livestock products and 97 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crop farming (classified by the U.S. Census Bureau to include crops such as wheat, corn, hay and cotton).

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