Property DescriptionLarge Recreational property close to Little Rock, Shereveport, and Dallas!
This tract of land is 798 +\- acres of recreational and timberland. The property has been professionally managed and includes hardwood bottoms that are abundant with wildlife. Dorcheat Bayou and Beech Creek come together on the property and provide excellent habitat for ducks, deer and hogs. This acreage is a sportsman’s dream with plenty of cover, food and water for animals. Trails allow access to majority of the property with a side by side or truck. The seller has personally planted and maintained the property for the last 50 years. Shooting lanes and food plots are already established in several areas of the property. There are 300 acres of planted pine and the remaining acreage in natural stands and hardwood bottoms. There a re two well stocked ponds on the proeprty that allow for great fishing with the kids or grand kids. Fish include bass, brim and crappie. There is a beautifully maintained 2030 sqft house on the property that is 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. This property needs absolutely nothing except new owners.
Your new real estate investment land is right here near Stamps, Arkansas. Located a few hours from Dallas, Shereveport and Little Rock this property provides the perfect weekend getaway for someone looking to get out of the city. United Country Red River Properites brings this amazing opportunity to the real estate market. This captivating property offers additional income from timber as well as recreational activities. Some of the timber was select thinned in 2017. Majority of the timber is ready for a 1st or 2nd thinning now and would provide the new owners the opportunity for revenue. Large, mature hardwood across the entire property with small hardwood filling in the understory nicely since thinning. This makes for an excellent hunting and investment opportunity.
Home to approximately 26,000 Arkansans (2000 Census), the Loggy (Dorcheat) Bayou watershed lies within the Red River Basin in Southwest Arkansas crossing into Louisiana.
- Dorcheat Bayou
- Deer Hunting
- Turkey Hunting
- Duck Hunting
- Pine Plantation
- Hardwood Bottoms