This Johnson County property has paved road frontage on County Road 3751. The county road provides water and power to the area, making this tract a great place for a remote country home. The subject tract also offers investment opportunities. There are 3 pine stands on the property, 14 +/- acres planted in 2004, 127 +/- acres planted in 2014, and 24 +/- acres planted in 2002. The property also has 13 +/- acres of native hardwoods. There is a good internal road system in place which allows easy access to most of the property. The recreational opportunities are also fantastic in this area. Deer and hog sign was found throughout the property. This tract is 13 miles from Clarksville, 29 miles from Russellville, and 75 miles from Fort Smith. To set up a property visit, call Cole Westbrook. 501-650-5210.
SELLER IS RETAINING MINERAL RIGHTS.
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Broker Cooperation Statement: Real Estate agents must make the first contact with DDK on behalf of the potential buyer they represent to participate in DDK’s real estate commission. The buyer’s agent must also accompany the potential buyer on the initial showing of the property. Otherwise, the fee participation will be at the sole discretion of DDK.