Scenic timberland property in the Ouachita Mountain Range with water frontage! Panoramic mountain views. The property fronts Baker Creek for 3.25 miles which feeds Harris Creek and the Cossatot River. All renowned for their canoeing and recreation. The Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area is south of the property. The property is also nearby the Howard County State Wildlife Management Area. It is loaded with Deer, Turkey and some Bears. The property consists of natural upland hardwood (primarily red oak and white oak), native natural pine (shortleaf and loblolly) and planted loblolly pine. Elevations range from 600 at Baker Creek to 800 with internal roads accessing all elevations. The soil type is a thin sandy loam with a red clay base mixed with gravel and rock outcrops. Property could be sold as: South Tract 1 (Approximately 215 acres $301,000), Middle Tract 2 (Approximately 215 acres $301,000), South & Middle Tracts 1&2 (Approximately 430 acres $602,000), or All three tracts together (Approximately 632 acres $884,800)
Good external access from Hwy 278 (blacktop) and Weyerhaeuser Road 52600 (primary gravel road) and Weyerhaeuser Road 52200 (primary gravel road; refer to maps). Good internal access on most of the property (refer to maps). All interior access roads are gated and locked.
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