Here’s one of those hard to find properties that doesn’t come along very often. It adjoins the National Forest, has Livingston Creek frontage, an old home place, several springs, spring fed pond and a barn. Property has Hwy 5 frontage and is located 7 - 8 miles north of Mountain View. This would make an excellent home place or recreational property. The old home place gives you hints of how life was many years ago. Water for the house came from a spring near the home. An old log structure just behind the house was thought to be used to cure meat. An intriguing log barn is on the National Register of Historic Places and considered the oldest building in Stone County. Livingston Creek flows through the property all year long. It’s crystal clear water cascades over rocks adding beautiful scenery and very relaxing sounds. Creek water is tested periodically and found to be one of the cleanest creeks in Arkansas. There are at least 3 springs and one spring fed pond that could be stocked with your favorite fish. For the outdoor enthusiast the possibilities are endless. Property is adjacent to the Syllamo Bike trail so it’s a dream property for the mountain biker. You can explore every inch of this land then walk onto the National Forest for thousands of acres of adventure. Whether you’re a hunter or just love to watch wildlife, this area is known for an abundance of game. Hardwood trees provide good mast crops along with several established food plots making this excellent wildlife habitat. Seller has reported seeing lots of deer, turkey, wild hogs, bear and all species of small game. An established trail system allows you to access all parts of this property. Several level areas would make good cabin sites.
For more details or to schedule a showing contact Wayne Smith at 870-214-0585 or Joey Burch at 501-454-1782