Union County Land for Sale

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9 Properties:

El Dorado AR 71730
154.46 acres
Pleasant Grove TractMore Detail +
Pete Prutzman , Kingwood Forestry Services, Inc.
Kingwood Forestry Services, Inc. has been authorized to manage the sale of the Pleasant Grove Tract containing approximately 154.46 acres located in Union County, Arkansas. The Pleasant Grove Tract...
Tram Road/ Hopewell Road Three Creeks AR 71730
41.56 acres
41.56 Acres in Union County, ArkansasMore Detail +
Michael Clayton , Whitetail Properties
If you're looking for that multi-purpose tract to build or relax on this is it! The "Three Creeks" tract has over 3/4 mile road frontage on two different paved county roads. The high gro...
3716 W Hillsboro El Dorado AR 71730
2.37 acres
Antique, Land -Agricultural (Not Zoned) - El Dorado, ARMore Detail +
Mike Meadows , Coldwell Banker Dumas and Associates Real Estate
Prime commercial property adjacent to the truck stop and convenience store. Additional acreage negotiable.
Mt Holly Rd El Dorado AR 71730
7.14 acres
Antique, Land -Agricultural (Not Zoned) - El Dorado, ARMore Detail +
Carolyn Malone , Coldwell Banker Dumas and Associates Real Estate
Three entrances. One or more off Mt Holly, Haney, and Gammye. We have a survey and a Topo Map.

Union County, AR Land Info

Union 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 Union County recently was farms, while Strong featured the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Union County at $2,090, with an average list price of $163,005 for land and farms for sale in Union County. Of the 75 counties in Arkansas, Union County ranks 19th in terms of its population (40,144, according to Census data from 2015). Mining and mineral extraction-related services are the main economic drivers in this part of Arkansas. In terms of size, Union County is Arkansas's biggest county (1,055 square miles, which comprises two percent of the state). Farming activities in Union County generate annual revenues of $28 million, two percent of which is from livestock products and 98 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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