Investment quality timberland! This tract is nestled inside the boundaries of a large commercial timber holding. The tract lends itself well to commercial timber production as well as recreational opportunities. With a mixture of natural pine stands, hardwood creek bottom, and cut over the tract is a mecca for whitetail deer, turkey, feral hog and small game. A timber harvest conducted in the natural pine stand would help offset the purchase price while expanding the wildlife production potential. Reforesting the cut-over area would provide additional habitat as well as begin the renewal process for the next generation. The property has indirect access via timber access roads from the north and south via Calhoun County Road 6, and is only about 10 minutes from Hampton and only about 30 minutes from Camden. Access to Highway 167 north and south is available in Hampton, providing access to Little Rock north and I-20 south. This is a beautiful tract providing both upland areas and bottomland areas with adequate high ground already cleared for a remote cabin or weekend base camp for your round recreation! Call and schedule an on the ground tour before it gets away! Timber volume estimates are available to qualified buyers upon request. (Volume figures are estimates only and should not be relied upon to make decisions to purchase, prospective buyers are encouraged to make their own inspections).
- Hunting available on site and on local timber company tracts with lease
- Fishing available on Ouachita River, multiple landings available nearby
- Cleared building site available in northwest corner
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