196+- acre property mixed use residential, recreation, timberland (110+- acres), ranchland (65+- acres pasture) for sale in Prairie county Arkansas. Tree lined Gated entrance of Highway 38 takes you directly to the main house with Mother in law or guest quarters located separately featuring tile flooring with one bedroom, one bathroom, sitting area, and a safe room, all located within the outbuilding (barn 45 x 60). Barn has concrete flooring and bay doors. Chicken coop located next to 2 acre+- pond with year round fishing. Pine plantation with first thinning due anytime you are. Excellent location with Des Arc school district. This Prairie county parcel offers turkey, whitetail deer, small game, freshwater fishing, (mineral rights on 136 acres only), 136 acre CRP program contract worth 10,600 per year. this CRP contract has six years left with a buyout option releasing the farm at buyers discretion. Small feeder creek runs through the eastern portion of the farm, horse riding, ATV, or hiking activities available on this tract. 3400+- foot road frontage along hwy 38 with Hickory Plains store and a brand new Dollar General located five minutes away. House and barn are constructed with metal siding. House is 1512 square feet, built in 2009 complete with three bedrooms one bath also attached is a tack room with several horse stalls with drive through overhead doors. Contact Eric Camp (501) 388-1947 for private showing on this unique property.
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