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Located in the foothills of the surrounding Ouachita Mountains, this beautiful riverfront property has a lot to offer. With over a mile of frontage on the picturesque Antoine River the property provides excellent recreational opportunities. With one of the highest peaks in the area which at one time held a fire tower the property boasts over 360 ft of elevation change. The Antoine River tract consists of approximately 250 acres (GIS) and includes 195 acres of approximately a 19-year-old pine plantation that is ready to be thinned. Mature hardwoods line the river and draws creating excellent wildlife habitat. The tract is accessible via woods roads and good interior trails. This is truly a great deer hunting, turkey hunting and fishing property with excellent year-around access for logging operations. If you are looking for a river property for recreation with potential returns from timber, this one is for you! The property is remote, and no utilities are available. However, if you wanted to build an "off-grid" cabin with potentially incredible views check this unique property out. Call Brian DePriest today to learn more.
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