Price Reduced! As you pull through the gate and step onto the property you are stepping onto one of the first settled properties in Arkansas. If you desire a farming lifestyle with the benefit of outstanding hunting, fishing, and some of the best views of the White River then look no further. This oasis has over ¾ mile of river frontage of both fertile fields and high oak ridges that overlook the White River Valley and the beautiful Painters Bluff. As you wind through the property on one of its many miles of trail and road systems you are accompanied by smallmouth bass jumping in Lafferty Creek and cattle grazing in one of the many green pastures. Near the center of the property, you will find a cattle loading and working area with a very large, deep spring alongside, that has been used by settlers well over 100 years. As you travel deeper into the property, an old railroad berm can be seen with a gravel washing plant that stays with the property. Towards the western side of the property, there is an inactive limestone mine that the new owner will receive mineral rights for. If rocks and caves are your fancy this property had two large caves and many Native American artifacts have been found. The wooded acres consist of open oak flats and thick ravines, which provide outstanding habitat for deer, turkey, hog, and bear. This property has two access points off of Collietown Road, which is paved to the gate. Call today for your very own private tour!
- Over Â¾ mile of White River frontage on the property - Lafferty Creek runs through the middle of the property, great fishing - Gravel wash plant on the property - Over ten miles of improved trails on the property - Lots of open pasture and fields for tillable crops such as corn and beans - Multiple springs located on the property as well as one very large open spring - Cattle fencing, feeders, paneling throughout property - Many possible home sites on the property with beautiful views of the White River Valleys and Ozark Mountains - Limestone mine and mineral rights with property - Two caves located on property - Lots of property history one of the first settled sites in Arkansas. Sharecroppers lived on the property for years