Vixen James

A native of Jasper, Arkansas, Lieutenant Colonel Vixen D. James joins the team of United Country following a very rewarding military career. Newton County is home for James having grown up in the Ozarks along the Buffalo National River and within the Ozark National Forest. He is a graduate of Jasper High School (1984) as well as the University of Arkansas (1991) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering. In addition, he earned a Master’s Degree in Information Management from Webster University in 2005. James has served in a number of roles during his military career including leadership positions at the Battery, Battalion, Brigade and Division Levels. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and most recently served as the Training Site Manager for Fort Chaffee, Fort Smith Arkansas prior to his military retirement in 2015. James, who lives in Harrison with his wife Sheila and two children Teagan and Addie, explores his passion for hunting, fishing and the outdoors in his free time. “I think my knowledge of the area will really benefit my ability to share the awesome beauty and great recreational opportunities of the Ozarks with all clients. I also feel like my military experience will help me to be able to relate to people while helping them with the purchase or sale of their home or land.”

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Hunting Property on 103 Acres with Farm…

Deer, AR
What a special and rare tract in a super desirable Buffalo National River region of the Ozark Mountains of Newton. This 103 acre property is loaded with whitetail bucks, black bear, turkey, and borders the Ozark National Forest. In addition to outstanding mix of hardwoods and pine timber, the 10 acres of pasture have been producing approximately 40 rounds bale of hay per cutting. Added bonus is the 3BR farm house (on rural water) just waiting on you to update and provide some TLC. The property include 2 ponds and 2 seasonal springs. Multiple outbuildings to include barns and storage sheds. Located at the end of the county road just 0.3 miles off of state Hwy 16 in the Deer community. The large white oak, red oak, and post oak timber all culminate to provide not only raw beauty but also some amazing cover and fall food for the dense population of whitetail deer. Several areas of native browse and thick cover provide excellent habitat, bedding areas and make this tract ideal for the hunter. Making your way through the property, you will find plenty of oak flats, small saddles, openings, and pinch points to chase these huge hill country bucks.