McArthur Mountain 238
McArthur Mountain 238 Acres
McArthur Mountain. Own your own mountain in the Ozarks. Enjoy 1900' elevations with 360 degree views. Approximately 45 flat acres on top of the mountain which gives you plenty of space to build and enjoy your own mountain. Trail system throughout the property. Close to Kings River & 21 miles to Buffalo River. Carroll Electric service very close, but Buyer will need to confirm availability to the property. Property located less than an hour of way from Fayetteville. Your private mountain awaits you!
Call Daniel Short at (501) 416-5700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for your private showing.
About the Area:
Madison County Arkansas was created from part of Washington County on September 30, 1836 and was named in honor of James Madison, the fourth president of the United States. Huntsville is the county seat and is home to the Madison County Courthouse and the Madison County Genealogical & Historical Society which house early history of the county. Two former Arkansas Governors have come from Madison County: Isaac Murphy (1864-1868) and Orval Faubus (1955-1967).
The county is sparsely populated (15,717 according to the 2010 Census) and has great natural beauty. Poultry and beef cattle are raised on small farms throughout the county. A high percentage of residents commute to more industrialized neighboring counties for work.
The landscape of Madison County is rugged terrain of the Ozark Mountains. The Kings River in Madison County, the only free flowing stream running into the White River, was the first stream in Arkansas to receive legislative recognition and protection. Kings River Falls is protected by a state-owned 17 acre natural area, also protected is the Sweden Creek Falls Natural Area which has an eighty- foot waterfall. Two wildlife management areas are located in the county, Madison County Wildlife Management Area and White Rock Wildlife Management Area. Both offer excellent hunting, which is a popular sport in the county. War Eagle Creek is also located in Madison County, and flows through Withrow Springs State Park, offering family recreation with fishing, canoeing, and camping. The scenic beauty of Madison County draws not only local citizens but many visitors each year.
mixed use recreational, timberland, 238 acre property, Kingston, AR 72742, Madison County, biking trails, hiking trails, equestrian trails, ATV trails, bird watching, road frontage
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Address & Coordinates
Madison 2360 Kingston, AR 72742
Latitude: 36.1011, Longitude: -93.5149