Terre Rouge Creek

Nevada County Arkansas
1,247+/- Acres

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Property Information

ID: 16426
External ID/MLS: 58055 / --
Status: Available
Price: $1,150,000
Acres: 1,247 +/-
Price Per Acre: $922
Address: Nevada County Road 23
City, State: Prescott, Arkansas
County: Nevada
ZIP Code: 71857
Lat/Long: 33.7509, -93.3096


Terre Rouge Creek is a combination of 3 great offerings in a single package and offered at an outstanding price. Check out the descriptions of each of these 3 tracts and you'll understand what an outstanding value the entire property would be! Check out all the photos, maps and details and then give me a call to set a time for a tour.
Terre Rouge tract "B" is 296 +/- acres UNDER CONTRACT
Terre Rouge "C" is a 596 +/- acre tract that's perfect for a hunting enthusiast. The rolling hills on the north give way to overflow creek bottoms, hardwood flats, swamps and moles of frontage on Terre Rouge Creek. The tract is teaming with whitetail deer, hog, turkey, small game and local waterfowl. The fishing in Terre Rouge Creek must be good as there are multiple "bank" sites dotted along the course where evenings have been spent pulling in flat head catfish, bream, bass and crappie. The property has several deer stands in place as well as food plots and shooting lanes. There could be many, many more shooting spots developed should one desire. Mature hardwoods and mature pine plantation will provide an income stream into the future and there are several harvested areas waiting to be reforested.
Terre Rouge "D" is 678 +/- acres of mixed use timberland in Nevada County. The tract lays just Southeast of Prescott with frontage on Nevada County Road 23, Nevada County Road 41and Nevada County Road 249. The property includes a mile of frontage on Terre Rouge Creek and a boat launch area at the intersection of County Road 23 and County Road 41. The various stand types scattered across the tract include planted pine plantation, hardwood creek drains, mature hardwood bottoms, bedding areas and swamps. These differing habitat types provide excellent habitat for whitetail deer, hog, turkey, small game and local waterfowl. This tract is ideal for the savvy investor looking for a return on investment as well as all the benefits and tax advantages of land ownership, not to mention the ability to enjoy the use of the property year round. There are multiple stand locations, shooting houses, lanes, roads, food plots and areas yet to be developed just waiting on the new owners. The pine plantations will be ready for a first thinning in a few short years which will begin the commercial return on investment.

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