The McGraw Mountain Tract of Montgomery County, Arkansas is located approximately 12 miles west of Hot Springs in the Ouachita Mountain Range, just south of the largest lake fully contained in the state. The tract consists of 160 acres mol on top of McGraw Mountain with a 360 degree view of the surrounding mountains. At certain times of the year, you can see beautiful Lake Ouachita from the north face of the mountain. It is a hunter?s paradise with hunting or wildlife viewing of black bear, deer, turkey, and squirrel, along with many different bird species to enjoy.
There is excellent road frontage along the county road on the north side of the subject with electricity along the road right of way. This would be a great place to have a weekend ?get away? cabin with very limited public access. There is also mature timber that can be harvested for additional income. However, the timber growing on the mountain is the way the Arkansas forest looked when the Caddo Indians made their home in this beautiful part of the state.
The property is only a few minutes away from the Crystal Springs Recreational area, managed by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, on Lake Ouachita. This would provide excellent fishing as well as a place to truly enjoy the beauty of Lake Ouachita.
The subject is listed for $400,000.00, and would be a great investment for the future. For a showing of one of the most unique places in the Ouachita Mountains, contact Dennis Dunn at 501-701-8348 or [Email listed above].
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