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Gar Lile
Gar Lile
Lile Real Estate, Inc.
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Wage Timberland

$220,000 100 Acres
Property ID 3606680

Description

Offered for sale is 100 acres of rural south Arkansas timberland, located approximately 4 miles southwest of the City of Hampton, Arkansas. Located in Calhoun County, the area provides deer, turkey, and feral hog hunting opportunities. This property provides the opportunity to own a recreational retreat, or a great site for a home / hobby farm with city water and paved access. Approximately 33 acres are planted in plantation pines that are approximately 16 years old. Much of the rest of the property was re-planted in pine in 2012. Successional pine and hardwood regeneration has occurred here, providing excellent habitat for both large and small game hunting. The timber has been proficiently managed for nearly two decades by a professional timber management service. Dunn Creek bisects the property with a hardwood bottom providing mast and travel corridors for game. The property is being offered by Lile Real Estate, Inc. for $2,200.00 per acre or $220,000.00.

Any questions concerning this offering, or to schedule a property tour should be directed to Brandon Stafford or Jeryl Jones of Lile Real Estate, Inc. at 501-374-3411.

Agriculture and Farming

Agricultural Uses
Timber

Land

Game
Hog
Turkey
Whitetail Deer

Street/Utilities
City Water

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Gar Lile

Lile Real Estate, Inc.

401 Autumn Road
Little Rock, AR 72211

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