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2991 S City Lake RD Fayetteville AR 72701
#AR447720
Washington, Arkansas
34.00 acres
CASTLE DROMBORG, Arkansas' state treasure and heritage property. This world-class, internationally acclaimed architectural design includes 4000+ tons of native rock, each piece handhewn and intricately fitted. Energy efficient radiant heat, 2200-ft great room for entertaining. Cherry library, stone decks, pool, drive your ball over the lane and onto your putting green at the pond. Fountain, Northwest Arkansas' finest views into the Boston Mountains. Finest species of Maple, Cherry, Walnut, and Oak in millwork and handcarved mouldings. 4th floor, 70' observation deck with panoramic views into the Ozarks. Gated entrance, private lane at street. Live in a fortress, create your own winery, breathe the clean air on your secluded 34-acre estate - all 5 min. from Downtown Fayetteville and the University of Arkansas. Private airport, Drake Field a mile away, I49, NWA's corporate entities all 30 minutes from The Dromborg. Let the best of the Ozarks nestle you in your own castle. Forested mountainside retreat. Dromborg.com.
$5,500,000
Cattle Ranch With Recreational Land For Sale in Northwest AR
#AR349600
Boone, Arkansas
2,100.00 acres
Cattle Ranch With Recreational Land For Sale in Boone County, AR Ranch for Sale!  2100 Acres m/l with Lodge - 300 cow carrying capacity - 700 Acres of Marketable Timber - 2 Wells - 4 Acre Lake - 14 Ponds - Live Water - Springs - Barn - 3 Machine sheds - Cattle handling facilities - 700 Acres of Pasture with 400 of those acres being hayable. *The Lodge was built in 2002 and is located a mile into the property.  This Private Retreat has a large open living space with cathedral ceilings and walls of glass to take in the views of the lake, pasture and natural terrain.  5 ft. wide hallways connect the public space to the bedroom area.  There is an open staircase to basement and elevator.  The entire home is Handicap Accessible! *Main level features:  4 bedrooms (2 master suites and 2 bedrooms with Jack & Jill bathrooms) walk-in shower, bedrooms all have access to wrap-around porch, large open living space, kitchen with oak cabinets, 2 double vented gas stoves and appliances, screened-in porch, large covered deck, patio - gas fireplace, laundry with wash basin sink, elevator. Walk-Out basement includes:  Gas fireplace, open living space opening up to covered porch and 4-Acre Lake, kitchenette, full bath, storage space with built-in cabinets, 2 gas hot water heaters, gas furnaces. *Pull through garage with 9 garage doors (one with 14 ft. door), floor drain, attic fan, Bunk room, half bath, kitchenette with fridge, sink, microwave, wood stove, and 6 - 3x3 cedar-lined, lockable lockers with bench for hunters to store their gear. *Prime Hunting opportunities with 6 enclosed deer blinds, trails and roads throughout - county road access.  Well suited for Ranching, Farming, Hunting, Lodge, Bed & Breakfast, Retreat, Horses, Cattle and MORE!  Just minutes from Bull Shoals Lake! This property is located in Boone County, at 4799 Tar Kiln Road, Harrison, Arkansas. Listing ID: 24244-42860
$5,250,000
3300 Briarcliff AVE Fort Smith AR 72908
#AR348486
Sebastian, Arkansas
8.00 acres
Great location at the intersection of I540/hwy 71, this property has 3 buildings.1st is 37,700 sf building used as an elementary school that could also serve as corp. office or business complex renting out office space.There are 33 classrooms/offices with a cafeteria style kitchen with seating. Also large open area. 2nd building is 24,000 sf currently used as youth center with office spaces and auditorium.Would be great event center for weddings, corporate meetings or concerts.2 other open areas for dining and meeting space.
$5,000,000
3300 Briar Cliff AVE Fort Smith AR 72908
#AR318143
Sebastian, Arkansas
8.00 acres
Great location at the intersection of I540/hwy 71, this property has 3 buildings.1st is 37,700 sf building used as an elementary school that could also serve as corp. office or business complex renting out office space.There are 33 classrooms/offices with a cafeteria style kitchen with seating. Also large open area. 2nd building is 24,000 sf currently used as youth center with office spaces and auditorium.Would be great event center for weddings, corporate meetings or concerts.2 other open areas for dining and meeting space.
$5,000,000
HALF-MILLION REDUCTION! Green Timber Sanctuary 1,245 Acres
#AR386299
Lee, Arkansas
1,245.00 acres
Now REDUCED BY HALF A MILLION!! The Green Timber Sanctuary 1245 acres is for sale in Arkansas. $2,500,000 in Timber Value to the Landowner ( per Foresters cruise ) & $1-2 million in tax credits available !!! There hasn't been anything with this type of Green Timber hunting on the market in years and may never be again. If you are looking for a special place that people will never forget, hunting in these giant 150 year old oak flats with hundreds of greenheads dropping in close enough to touch is a memory that will last a lifetime. With flooded timber, flooded corn, 80 acres of flooded rice, nice blinds, Electric Wells, resting areas, sanctuaries, 50 ac plus NO Hunting reservoir that adjoins the property on two sides, miles of trails, laying in the loop of the LAnguille river with only a few out parcels makes this property very unique very private and protected, call for an appointment to see this amazing property 270-791-2538
$4,795,000
Mars Ranch Sporting Club
#AR302929
Prairie, Arkansas
1,276.00 acres
MARS RANCH SPORTING CLUB PRAIRIE COUNTY, ARKANSAS 1,276.90 +/- ACRES Mars Ranch Sporting Club Property Brochure One of the best income producing recreational investment properties we have ever seen Priced to sell at $3,623/Acre! Overview: The Mars Ranch Sporting Club is an incredible opportunity to own some of the finest hunting property along the famous White River in Eastern Arkansas. The property is +/-1,276.90 acres and is located in Prairie County Arkansas just south of the community of Des Arc. Mars Ranch has been owned by the Burgess Family since 1964 and has a long history of agriculture farming, cattle farming, and hunting success. The property offers some of the best Waterfowl Hunting, Whitetail Deer Hunting, Turkey Hunting, and Fishing in the area and includes a ranch-style home and barn making a great place to stay while on the property. Mars Ranch is a very diverse property which affords it the many opportunities it currently has. From good rich farm ground on the west side, to gently rolling pasture land and prairie-grass land on the north, and rich bottom-land hardwood timber on the south and east side the culmination make this property one of the best and most diverse recreational investment properties we have seen. Finding good hunting property along the White River is rare and the Mars Ranch Sporting Club brings with it a history of hunting success that is exclusive to the area it lies within. In the +/- 500 acres of bottomland hardwoods along the river, a system of levees, water control structures, and moist soil waterfowl impoundments allow the owners to manage water across the property for seasonal duck hunting. A good history of duck hunting success is proven on the property and with a few minor improvements one could make the property even more special and enjoyable. Vehicle access can get you and your family or friends to a variety of hunting locations or a short boat ride or ATV rides can take you into all the hunting locations. In addition to the well-known duck hunting on the property, deer and turkey hunting are exceptionally good as well. Hunting on the Mars Ranch is so good due to three key factors: its geographic location along the White River, its current wildlife management practices, and the fact that the property adjoins Wattensaw Wildlife Management Area - a 19,154 acre wildlife area dedicated to managing wildlife. Not excluding the White River, the Mars Ranch also has several fishing reservoirs that are stocked with bass, catfish, crappie, and bluegill. If you need a break from hunting or farming, the Mars Ranch Sporting Club has miles of roads and trails for ATV riding and several river sandbars provide a place to take a picnic lunch or camp for the weekend. The current owners of the property have a lifetime of great family memories along this old historic river and its sandbars and willow beaches. The diverse geography of the Mars Ranch includes agricultural cropland, pasture land, plantation pine, bottomland hardwood timber, river frontage, and more. Current income and income potential include conservation reserve program (CRP), grassland reserve program (GRP), farming income, timber income, hunting income, and more. In summary, this is a true recreational investment property in a historic area along the banks of the White River. A history of hunting success and a solid investment opportunity for an individual, a family, or a small group of hunters this property is a very rare find. Location: The Mars Ranch Sporting Club is located in located off Arkansas HWY 323 just south from Des Arc, AR and along the White River 55 miles Little Rock, AR 105 miles Memphis, TN 201 miles Monroe, LA 320 miles St. Louis, MO 340 miles Birmingham, AL Recognized Hunting Properties in the Area: Calotche Blackwater Duck Club Hackberry Farms Straight Lake Wattensaw WMA Cache River Wildlife Refuge (Sanctuary) just across the river White and Cache Rivers Property Highlights: Tillable Farm ground Income with current farmer in place Mature Plantation Pine and Hardwood Timber (income potential) CRP income 1 year remaining GRP income 3.5 years remaining Wetlands Restoration Program designed flooded timber and moist soil duck hunting Flooded Timber Duck Hunting Multiple Lakes providing good fishing opportunities year round Multiple Sloughs and Willow Breaks Providing Excellent Hunting Proven Waterfowl Hunting Areas Proven Whitetail Deer Hunting Abundant Wild Turkeys Some coveys of Wild Quail are in place on the Mars Ranch Easy accessibility via vehicle, ATV, or boat Convenient access from paved HWY 323 and then private gravel road (Burgess Road) onto property Gates and fencing help keep the property private, easily managed, and very excusive Good road system throughout Water Delivery/Management: 2 operational wells Various surface water options, reservoirs, canals, and ditches good infrastructure in place Levee system(s), pipes, and water control structures in place Conservation Programs: CRP with Annual Income of $10,218.00 contract period 10/01/2010 - 09/30/2020 GRP with Annual Income of $4,456.00 contract period 09/29/2003 - 09/30/2023 WRP one-time payment already made Hunting: Mars Ranch has been privately hunted since its inception. There is no current hunting lease on the property. Its reported that good numbers of mallards and other waterfowl use the property each year and though limited due to age and other interests, the owners and their family members still enjoy quality duck hunting in the bottomland hardwood acreage next to the White River. Whitetail deer in the 160+ range have been harvested off this property. The family has not allow turkey hunting on Mars Ranch and the wild turkey numbers are abundant. Largemouth Bass, crappie, catfish, and more are available in all the lakes. Mineral Rights: All owned by Seller (if any) shall be transferred, but the Seller does not warrant or guarantee ownership Offering Price: Asking Price: Please call for more information about this property. The property is being marketing to sell as one parcel however Seller will entertain selling the property in two parcels. All inquiries should be directed to Wellons Real Estate by calling 501.482.LAND or (ben@localhost). Listing/Showing Info: Wellons Real Estate is the exclusive representative firm of the Seller. For additional information or to schedule a private tour of the property, please contact Ben Wellons at 501.482.5263 (O) or email Ben@WellonsLand.com. The information here within is intended only for the person(s) to which are agents/brokers of Wellons Land Real Estate and may contain proprietary, business-confidential and/or privileged material. All information here within has been reported to be truthful and accurate, however Wellons Land does not warrant or guarantee such. If you are not the intended recipient of this document you are hereby notified that any use, review, re-transmission, dissemination, distribution, reproduction or any action taken in reliance upon this message is prohibited. If you received this in error, please contact the sender and delete the material from any computer.
$4,626,959
The Lawson-Trotter Farm
#AR386317
Monroe, Arkansas
1,143.00 acres
THE LAWSON-TROTTER FARM An investment grade farm & hunting property in Monroe County, Arkansas 1,143(+/-) total acres Monroe County, Arkansas - Acreage documented by Arkansas County Ownership Final acreage to be determined by survey Click Here For Property Brochure: Property Brochure_Lawson Trotter Farm Property Overview: The Lawson-Trotter Farm is an unusual agricultural and recreational investment opportunity: since being in the same family for over 127 years, its the first time this property has been on the market in the modern era. The farm is located in Roe, Arkansas, and contains approximately 1,143+/- acres. With easy irrigation and proven yields, this farm provides good income to subsidize world-class deer hunting and excellent waterfowl hunting opportunities. The Lawson-Totter Farm has a rich heritage, steeped in history. As the family legend goes, a member of the Trotter clan, a horse trader from Carrolton, Missouri, was on his way down to south Arkansas to deliver some Missouri Fox Trotters. As he was passing through Monroe County, the then-Governor of Arkansas, Simon P. Hughes, noticed the team of horses and asked to purchase them. The family member said that these horses were already spoken for, but back where I come from, there are plenty more. Writing to his cousin, Fletcher Trotter, he informed him of Governor Hughes desire to buy their horses in a trade for land in Arkansas. Soon thereafter, in 1893 Fletcher Trotter loaded up a boxcar full of Missouri Fox Trotters and traded them for a farm. Extending beyond the familys own history of the land, the farm rests on the original road bed of the Memphis to Little Rock Military Road, which was Arkansass first federal highway commissioned by Congress in 1824. It is also the route many Native Americans used during the Trail of Tears in the 1830s and the path that countless Union and Confederate forces traveled during the Civil War. Beyond the deep historical significance of the farm, it also has a great hunting and farming record. The same deer club has been leasing the 600+ acres of woods for the past 26 years with great success in harvesting trophy bucks. Even with minor hunting history on the various ponds and reservoirs, there are many waterfowl opportunities at hand. It would be relatively easy to set this property up as a major waterfowl farm due to its rice ground and its excellent setting, less than a mile from the White River. Besides deer, ducks, and fishing, this farm offers a rare opportunity to hunt turkeys in this part of the state. The property has a good turkey population and several have been harvested in recent years. The 12-year average farm yields on rice and soybeans are on par with state yields at 179 and 51 bushels per acre, respectively. The three-year average corn yields are 177 bushels per acre. There are a total of 433+/- acres of tillable soil. Overall, this is an exceptional piece of land, affording incredible possibilities. +/- 1,143 Total Acres +/- 433 Crop Base Acres 33/66% Soybean Crop and Cost Share Split 50/50% Rice Crop and Cost Share Split Deer Hunting Duck Hunting Potential Turkey Hunting Fishing Close proximity to the White River and bordered by the White River bottoms Location: The Lawson-Trotter Farm is located in Monroe County on Highway 33 in the town of Roe. Little Rock 68 miles Memphis 95 miles Stuttgart 14 miles Clarendon 8 miles Surrounding Properties: The Lawson-Trotter Farm is surrounded by excellent farming and hunting properties. Directly to the east is Roc Roe Hunting Club, a historic whitetail and duck hunting club located directly on the banks of Roc Roe Bayou and the White River. To the west, the storied Pin Oak Club and Section Sixteen Club that the legendary outdoor writer Nash Buckingham once hunted are less than two miles away, while the world-famous Wingmead Farms is just a little over three miles in distance from the farm. Property Highlights: The opportunity to own over one thousand acres at the confluence of the White River bottoms and the Grand Prairie is a rare thing. With deer, duck, turkey, and fishing habitat, this is truly a remarkable piece of land. Another special feature of this farm is when the White River floods its banks at 26 feet at Clarendon, the whitetail population of the river bottoms pushes into the woods of the farm. The six different ponds and reservoirs that serve irrigation needs for both surface water irrigation and tail-water reserve systems provide excellent fish habitat for stocking bass, catfish, crappie and bream. There are also three main structures of the land that include a deer camp cook shack, the old family farmhouse, and an enclosed equipment barn. All arable land has irrigation equipment from the three relifts, four wells, and underground pipes and risers on the property. Land Area: The land offered is comprised of 1,143 +/- acres, with 443 +/- crop base acres. The propertys soil is largely comprised Grenada silt loam and Stuttgart silt loam. Income: The farm lease provides the owner with a 33/66% crop share agreement on soybeans with the landowner paying one third of all planting costs. The rice production is based on a 50/50% crop share agreement with the landowner paying one half of all planting costs. The landowner provides all water. Taxes: The taxes are approximately $4,294.92. Price: The listing price is the recently appraised value of $3,900 per acre or $4,457,700. Wellons Real Estate is the exclusive representative firm of the Seller. For additional information or to schedule a private tour of the Lawson-Trotter Farm, please contact Jeremiah Moore at 870.674.4373 (M), 501.482.LAND (O) or email Jeremiah@WellonsLand.com! The information here within is intended only for the person(s) to which are agents/brokers of Wellons Land Real Estate and may contain proprietary, business-confidential and/or privileged material. All information here within has been reported to be truthful and accurate, however Wellons Land does not warrant or guarantee such. If you are not the intended recipient of this document you are hereby notified
$4,457,700
00 Sherman Way Doniphan Industrial Kensett AR 72082
#AR340802
White, Arkansas
125.00 acres
Large industrial complex within city limits of Searcy, AR. Three tracts totaling 125.9+/- acres on the banksof Little Red River. This property features 16 for-lease industrial buildings totaling 211,575 +/- square feet. Tract A (28.7+/- acres) and Tract B (50.2+/- acres) contain the industrial complex, while tract C (47+/- acres) is land with potential for additional industrial or residential subdiv. dev. Tracts can be purchased together or separately. See attached brochure, agents see remarks
$4,239,000
PRICE REDUCED on 952.11+/- Acres of Income-Producing Premier Row Crop, Pasture Land, and World-Class Hunting with approximately 7000 feet of Black River Frontage in Randolph County, Arkansas
#AR362931
Randolph, Arkansas
952.00 acres
PRICE REDUCED! Known by locals as the old Newberry Farm, this Randolph County income-producing 952.11 acre property has it all... Premier Row Crop, Pasture Land, World-Class Hunting, approximately 7,000 feet of Black River frontage, and even mineral rights. Approximately 500 acres is fertile ground and currently used for row crops (wheat, corn, grain sorghum, soy beans and rice (both long-grain and medium-grain) with water pumped from the Black River), and approximately 450 acres is pasture land (gated, fenced, cross-fenced, with 5 good ponds) and currently used for cattle. Pole Barn is located on the property. This property is a hunters paradise... not only for whitetail deer (often seen 20-30 at a time), turkey, and small game, but also for ducks and other waterfowl that migrate to and along the Black River. The right investor could turn this property into a world-class duck hunting club that could set the standard for duck hunters in North Arkansas. Hunters could hunt the flooded fields or the flooded timber located on the property. Property includes a 3-bedroom, 2 1/2-bathroom red brick home. Much of the fertile ground is Precision-leveled, while much of the rest is waterable. Mineral rights will convey with the sale of the property. For more information contact listing agents James Dillard (501.207.1770, [Email listed above]), or Glenn Dillard (501.827.4011, [Email listed above]). Keywords: mixed use recreational, farmland, ranchland, 951 acre property, Pocahontas, AR 72455, geese, rabbit, squirrel, freshwater fishing, bird watching, water rights, mineral rights, oil and gas rights, barn, duck, wet land,
$4,237,880
Ozark Wilderness Property In AR
#AR398232
Izard, Arkansas
2,807.00 acres
This Ozark wilderness ranch property is the perfect getaway to enjoy peace, quiet, and experience social distancing in nature located just outside of Brockwell, Arkansas. Vast undisturbed acreage located close to the Ozark National Forest, the White River, Norfork Lake, and only two hours from Branson, Missouri. This large Arkansas mountain acreage is dead-end road remote with secured gated access, high fencing, trails, food plots, creeks, springs, pasture, timbers, and multiple deer stands. Breathtaking views and the highest point in Izard County is in your backyard. This property was once home to a herd of Elk and trophy whitetails with high fencing which has produced some of the best trophy bucks in northern Arkansas. Purchase your own private Ozark wilderness domain with all the woods, wildlife, and outdoor recreation you will ever need. Adjacent high fenced acreage available for purchase as well to create your own large scale hunting oasis.
$4,210,500