One-of-a-kind trophy property, originally the centerpiece of the planned Cliffs at High Carolina community. 795 acres of high elevation paradise; hardwood and pine forest; open meadow areas and pristine 8-acre lake; 360-degree, panoramic, year-round, long range mountain view...
McAlester Lake Ranch runs 1500 cows. 5 homes & many improvements.
Acres: 7,500 +/- ACRES
Price: $2,250 per acre
Location: S.E. Oklahoma, Pittsburg County, 10 miles North of McAlester and joins the North side of Lake McAlester. It is centrally l...
Silver Creek Cove Ranch is located in the Highland Lakes area of the Texas Hill Country. It is approximately 50 miles northwest of Austin, 100 miles north of San Antonio, and 160 miles southwest of Dallas. The ranch is accessible via US Highway 2341, about 17 miles northwest...
Hempstead County is a county in Arkansas. It covers 741 square miles (474,509 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of Arkansas's 75 counties, Hempstead County ranks 31st in terms of the size of its population (22,084, according to 2015 Census estimates). Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land for sale in Hempstead County at $2,634 per acre. The average list price of property and land for sale was $281,893 (the most expensive listing being for $1.1 million) and the median acreage of land for sale in Hempstead County was 60 acres. Land for sale in Hempstead County totaled 2,568 acres and $6.8 million in overall land value, with the city of Washington featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Hempstead County.
Land for sale including Farms in Hempstead County Arkansas
Imagine unblemished bottomland hardwoods, water oak, willow oak, swamp chestnut, cypress, tupelo, sweetgum, cherry bark oak and white oak as well as pine on the ridges, UNCUT in modern times. All less than 20 minutes from I-30 and Hope. This tract has not had a saw in it in many many years and is still in pristine condition. The property is heavily timbered from north to south and east to west. In my years in south Arkansas, I have seen very few tracts to match this one in sheer volume and quality of timber! If you want a property that holds more deer than you can count and better quality timber than just about anywhere, this is the tract for you. The tract is bisected north to south by a large powerline right-of-way, the perfect location f
Michael ClaytonWhitetail Properties
$177,74967.07 acresHwy 278, Ozan, AR71855 - Hempstead County
The perfect place to start your own poultry/cattle operation awaits you just outside Hope. The gently rolling topography currently is heavily timbered in rapidly growing pine reproduction and various stands of upland hardwood reproduction. Two ponds provide a constant supply of water for livestock or fishing. Paved road access, as well as utilities, make this tract "ready to go" for cattle, poultry or just to hang out on the weekends and hunt. The growing stock of pine and hardwood will provide harvest opportunities in the not too distant future. If you want to raise cattle or poultry, as many of the surrounding owners do, local markets such as Tyson provide excellent growing contracts and support for these ventures. If you're
Michael ClaytonWhitetail Properties
$177,029100.3 acresEmmet, AR71835 - Hempstead County
Recently clearcut and ready to plant. This property will make an excellent timber investment and recreational tract. There is a hardwood buffer along the creek that provides great hunting opportunities. Gravel county road access with gated interior road. Only 8 miles from Prescott, Arkansas.
Mark KnightDavis DuBose Forestry & Real Estate Consultants
$115,00040 acresPrescott, AR71825 - Hempstead County
Great location with homesite, investment, and recreational potential! Just a few minutes off of I-30 at the Prescott exit! The property has paved road frontage on Highway 332 where power and water are present. Approximately 20-25 year-old pine plantation covers entire property. The plantation has been thinned once 5 0r 6 years ago. Perfect for a home out in the country with plenty of merchantable pine timber that can generate immediate income. The property is scenic with abundant wildlife surrounded by pastureland!
Mark KnightDavis DuBose Knight Forestry & Real Estate PLLC
$91,08082.8 acresHwy 29 N, Blevins, AR71825 - Hempstead County
Looking for a place to start your ranch or timber investment future? This is THE place. This nearly level tract with over 1/4 mile of highway frontage is ready to be replanted in third generation pine seedlings or converted to pasture for quality grazing. The property shares partial fences with adjoining owners and would require only partial fencing for a cattle operation. This particular tract also lends itself well for a large capacity poultry operation in conjunction with a cattle operation. The potential is unlimited. If you are more interested in timber production then you can start with a clean slate. The silt-loam soils provide an average pine site index of nearly 90 and should produce a commercial thin by age 11-13 after which
The Little Bodcau Tract offers high quality hunting opportunities for native game such as white-tailed deer, squirrel, waterfowl, and eastern wild turkey, as well as, wild and feral hogs. The tract consists of native bottomland hardwoods and has approximately 1/4 mile frontage along Little Bodcau Creek with some frontage on Flat Bois DArc Creek also. The timber has recently been thinned offering high visibility and ease for moving through the woods. Situated between Hope and Lewisville, the tract provides the outdoor enthusiast the convenience of getting to the woods, but still has the ideal remote location for enjoying a worthy hunting experience.
Pete PrutzmanKingwood Forestry Services, Inc.
$40,00020 acresHempstead 378, Hope, AR71801 - Hempstead County
ARE YOU READY FOR HUNTING SEASON? Are you tired of the other guys beating you to "your spot"? If so, here's your chance to purchase your own hunting tract suitable to build that weekend cabin on. This tract has 1/8 mile frontage on a county road but boasts limited access behind a locked gate. The property provides county road access to the east side of Dr. Lester Sitzes III/Bois d' Arc WMA, which is only accessible by foot or boat without access behind these gates. The 13,658 acre Bois d' Arc WMA is comprised primarily of bottomland hardwood ground and is known for large whitetails, hogs, small game and waterfowl hunting (Note:modern gun and muzzleloader whitetail hunt are by permit). The management area has seve