Once covered in grape vines, this 95 acre property near Altus, AR was part of the Wiederkher Wine Family land. Recently, the old vines and wire trellis’ were removed and the land opened up with 1/2 the acreage able to use for livestock or development. With the valley 300’ below and the Ozark National Forest to the North and Mt. Magazine in the distance to the South, the Winter views are spectacular atop the mesa like plateau. Some trimming of foliage and trees would open up the view more permanently, providing a solace few have the opportunity call home The gravel road leading to the property has rural water lines and there is electricity to the property allowing for a potential development of multiple home sites or just one amazing home place.
The hunter in the family will have the luxury of years of dense growth on the neighboring property that is home to many small game animals like rabbit and squirrel, turkey and whitetail deer. The large spring pond near the center of the property provides the valuable water source for domestic animals, livestock and wildlife in the area.
The beauty of the Arkansas River Valley coupled with backdrop of the Ozark Mountains make this mixed use farmland, ranchland, development potential in Franklin County a rare find. Even thought the land is less than 2.5 miles from Interstate 40’s exit 41, the serenity is only broken by the sounds of crickets.
To make this your Next Favorite Place, contact Jeff Clifton at 417-226-3478, text to 479-601-1317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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