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|Address:28220 Hwy 45
LOCATION: Central Western Arkansas in Sebastian County. About 25 miles from the larger city of Ft. Smith, Ark, which is about 80,000 population. About 5 miles to the small town of Hartford. About 20 miles to the city of Poteau. Tulsa is about 1.5 hrs. Little Rock is about 2.5 hrs. Oklahoma City is about 3 hrs. Dallas is about 4.5 hrs. Very scenic location right at the base of Sugar Loaf Mountain to the West of the farm and bordering along SH 45 which is the East boundary of the farm.
LAND: About 30 acres of land (The deed calls for 30 acres. The county assessor is showing 27.69 A) which is located in a valley right at the base of Sugar Loaf Mountain and about 20 minutes south from the city of Ft. Smith. The land is sandy-loam by nature and well suited to fruit, berries, garden crops of all kinds, pasture for livestock with meadows to produce winter hay. The owner reports this place would handle about 10 cow units. It has been used as a horse farm until just recently as the owners health requires that he retire and at this time there are no animals on the farm. The land is all well fenced with 2 principal pastures plus a paddock at the horse barn of about 1 acre in size. There is a good garden spot and several fruit trees including 1 apple, 1 peach, 1 pear, 1 plus and 2 apricot trees.
About 90% of the land is open pasture. About 10% of the land is wooded. About 15 acres is suitable for hay meadows with the balance in pasture for horses or cattle.
SERVICES: County water, natural gas, electric, phone, school bus route, mail route, trash pickup and county sewer is reported to be available soon.
HOME: The home was custom constructed for the owner/seller in 1986 and has been remodeled and enlarged since that time. The home is frame constructed with brick veneer and/or vinyl-sided exterior walls with all exposed trim vinyl or metal covered to eliminate exterior painting. A new metal roof was installed in 2001. The owner report the home has 2,465 s.f. of heated living area. It has 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths, den, formal living room, formal dining room, kitchen, large sun-room and a double garage, central heating and cooling, a wood burning fireplace with Country Flame insert ducted into the heating system. The owners supply about 75% of their heating needs with the wood burning fireplace. The home has underground electric service. Features of this home include the following:
Den: 21 x 21, wood laminate floor, tan colored walls, ceiling fan with light, corner built-in book shelving.
Den bath: ceramic white tile floor, walls are papered, oak marble top vanity and a commode.
Kitchen: 10 x 12, ceramic earth-tone colored tiled floors, center oak work island, about 25 running feet of custom oak cabinets on 3 walls, tiled counter tops, built-in spice pantry, double sink, dishwasher, smooth-top electric range with oven, micro-wave/hood combo over the range, ceiling fan with light, disposal, stainless steel double door refrigerator included in sale.
Formal dining room: 12.5 x 12, ceramic tiled floors same as kitchen that adjoins, wainscot with oak chair rail and wall paper below, ornate light fixture over the dining table area.
Formal living room: 15 x 23, multi-colored earth-toned plush carpeting same throughout the home unless otherwise specified, pale yellow painted walls, included custom draperies, ceiling fan with light, South wall all brick with fireplace that includes a Country Flame insert ducted into heating system, built-in glass door book-shelving on each side of fireplace plus a built-in desk all constructed of oak.
Master bedroom: 12 x 14, carpeted, pale green walls, crown molding, ceiling fan with light, walk-in closet, custom draperies, adjoining private bath.
Master bedroom bath: Ceramic tiled floors, 6 ft oak vanity with ceramic tile counter top, very large tub/shower combo, skylight to this room.
Bedroom #2: 12.75 x 10.25, carpeting, pale green walls, wall papered ceiling border, double closet with bi-fold doors, ceiling fan with light.
Bedroom #3: 11.75 x 11.75, carpeting, double closet with bi-fold doors, computer nook or install doors and it becomes a double closet, ceiling fan with light, oak chair rail, wallpaper wainscot below.
Sunroom: 12.75 x 27.5, masonry floor, floor to ceiling glass windows on the 2 outside walls, hot tub installed in this room can be purchased for $800 if desired.
Bedroom #4: This room is separated from the rest of the home by the garage and the room has an outside entry. The room is 13 x 17, carpeted, walk-in closet, half bath with commode, oak vanity and tiled floors. Nice arrangement for a parent or older child where more privacy is desired or this would make a good private office.
Garage: 22 x 21.5, cement floor, 2 electric overhead doors.
Front porch: 5 x 29 plus 5 x 8, cement floor with roof over the front porch area.
1. Workshop: 20 x 34, metal framed building with metal roof and metal exterior walls, masonry floor, overhead door, electric service, 120 PSI compressor with supply lines installed to operate power equipment.
2. Horse Barn: 36 x 60, metal framed building with metal roof and 12 ft metal exterior walls. Electric service. Has 5 horse stalls, a tack room, a feed room, 12 x 40 loft storage room, hallway through the center of the barn and there are 2 outside horse runs.
3. Machine Shed: Approximately 18 x 30, metal frame building enclosed on 3
TAXES: $556.46 paid last year.
WATER: Rural water supplies the home. There are 2 ponds for livestock water and fishing. Average rainfall in this section of the country is about 45 to 50 inches per year. Average snowfall is about 5 inches per year.
COMMENTS: This little horse farm is just perfect for active retirement with lots of outbuildings for all your hobbies. The current owner in the past restored antique vehicles and therefore had the perfect facility constructed to do this. Being in the horse business, he also has a very nice horse barn. Best part is all of his outbuildings are steel constructed. Scenic setting nestled in a valley right at the base of Sugar Loaf Mountain. Bad weather is not a problem as the farm borders right on a lightly traveled state highway and its just minutes away from a major city, but far out enough for privacy and lots of peace and quite. Best of hunting for deer, quail, squirrel, turkey and even a black bear ever now and then. Fishing in the many nearby streams and lakes or right in the ponds located on the farm. Good place to ride horses on Sugar Loaf Mountain where there are miles and miles of forest trails just waiting to be explored. Low taxes, low maintenance and just a pretty and fun place to spend retirement.