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Located in Arkansas, 836-square-mile Drew County accounts for two percent of the state's total land area. Of the 75 counties in Arkansas, Drew County ranks 38th in terms of the size of its population (18,778, according to 2015 Census estimates). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Drew County. Recent Lands of America data shows that the average price-per-acre value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Drew County is $3,021. The average list price of property and land for sale was $160,283 (the most expensive listing being for $247,950) and the median size of land and property for sale in Drew County was 40 acres. Land for sale in Drew County totaled 159 acres and $480,850 in overall land value, with the city of Monticello featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Drew County.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Drew County Arkansas
This property is 140+/- acres of mostly pine plantation timberland in various growth stages. The property has access from Highway 133 on the northwest corner. There are trails and food plots maintained on the property for deer hunting. This is a great tract for the timber investor or sportsman searching for a great deer hunting tract in south Arkansas. Panther Creek runs through the south end of the property and there are some hardwoods along the creek in a SMZ area.
This property is 117+/- acres of pine plantation timberland with some small hardwood acreage. The majority of the property is in two age groups of pine plantation. The property is also managed for deer hunting with food plots and trails mowed throughout the tract. On the south side of Hwy 133 is primarily all pasture. This would be a great location for a home with utilities available on the highway. This property has excellent access with highway 133 frontage. This is a great property for a timberland investor or a an individual searching for a great deer hunting tract in south Arkansas.
This property is adjacent along part of the north side of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission "Seven Devils Swamp WMA" in SE Arkansas between Monticello and Dermott and provides excellent wildlife habitat for deer, turkey, wild hog, and small game populations. The timber has mixed natural hardwood and pine with sawtimber, pole, and pulpwood designations. There are (2) areas of plantation pine...8+/- yr old and 16+/- yr old (previous owner's planting dates not available)... and neither have been thinned. Well maintained County Road(s) provide good access with almost no "drive by" traffic. The tract fronts the last 1/8 mile of the County road that dead ends into the AGandF WMA. Deer populations are evidenced by the scapes / rubs / trai
40 acre tract consisting of pine and hardwood timber. The tract is located in North Drew County with East Mount Zion Rd traveling through the tract. The road is a paved county road with utilities on site. The tract may be divided into two tracts using the paved road as the dividing line. Potential home site, recreation, or timberland investment opportunities.
Mark KnightDavis DuBose Knight Forestry & Real Estate PLLC
120 ac cutover timberland (to be replanted in 2017) & hunting tract in south Drew Co, AR
The pine has been cut on this tract. There are oaks and cypress along the creek that meanders along the east side and across the north end. The tract is surrounded by thousands of acres of timberland providing excellent backup for the wildlife.
The tract has excellent access from an all-weather road along the south boundary. An existing haul road runs the entire length of the tract north and south providing good access through the tract. The property is well marked.
Access: CR 56 on south boundary.
Location: The southwest corner is approx 0.4 from the fork of CR 56 and 32 and approx. 2.3 miles from Mount Olive church. There is orange flagging where
Kingwood Forestry Services, Inc. has been authorized to manage the sale of the Wolf Creek Tract which is located southeast of Monticello in Drew County, Arkansas.
This property offers both excellent timberland investment and hunting opportunities. The property consists of 34 acres of natural hardwood and pine timber, 5 acres of hardwood SMZ along Wolf Creek, and 35 acres of 2014 pine plantation. The property is bordered by row-crop farmland and industrial timberland with Wolf Creek running through the property. The primary soil type for this property, according to the NRCS Web Soil Survey, is silt loam, which exhibits average native site indexes of 78 feet for loblolly pine and 95 feet for cherrybark oak (Base Age 50).
This 39+/- acre property is natural regrowth of timberland that was harvested in 2010. The property is a great tract for recreational deer hunting at an affordable price. The property could be developed into a nice deer hunting spot or a great place for a camp headquarters. There are utilities available on the County Road.
This 20+/- acre property is a great small deer hunting tract. The timber was cut in 2010 and there is a good stand of natural re-growth pine timber. The pine is thick and there are lots of deer signs on the property. Prairie Chapel Road splits the property with approximately 16 acres on the north side and the remaining on the south. There is an old house and lot on the south side of the property. This house is in poor condition and does not contribute any value to the land. There are utilities available on the road and this area would be a great spot to build a home.