This 49.27 acre tract is a great mixed use property just northeast of Conway, Arkansas. The property includes 22 acres of pastureland and 27.27 acres in timberland. The property also has a stocked pond that is loaded with bass and bream. This tract is located on HWY 287 and is adjacent to Arnoldsburg Estates and is just south of the town of Holland, AR. In the past this property was utilized as a row crop farm and was later converted to a cattle farm. The property also has remnants of an old tree nursery that was once established on parts of the northwest portion. This land has lots of history on it including remnants of the old military road that ran through the old town of Arnoldsburg (a small town that was once petitioned to be the Faulkner County seat in the late 1800's). Present day, the property is utilized for hay and recreational purposes. The timberland is marketable timber and is on a gently rolling hill that overlooks the pasture. This area of timber along the south end of the property would make a beautiful home site that would overlook the pasture and surrounding area. As a whole, this property is a mixed use property that has excellent access, open pastureland and beautiful hardwoods that wildlife abounds. Please call Robert Eason to schedule a private viewing at 501-416-6923.
Keywords: mixed use residential, recreational, timberland, ranchland, development, 49 acre property, Conway, AR 72032, turkey, quail, whitetail deer, small game, freshwater fishing, equestrian trails, Hunting, road frontage
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