HISTORY OF WILLIAMS WOODS
In 1992, a longtime resident of the St. Paul area and Ozark Pioneer named Alpha Williams (“Alphie”) was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Alphie had spent a great deal of her life tromping around the forest lands where she grew up, and was very passionate about keeping them from being destroyed by loggers. Although she was not a wealthy person as far as money goes, she accumulated over 500 acres of prime mountain forest land, the same land that she grew up on and loved so dearly. It was her wish that this land be forever protected from the saw, and be kept in its natural state.
Price REDUCED!! This 557 acre property is located in Madison County off of HWY 23 only 1-1/2 miles north of Saint Paul, AR 72760. It is covered up in whitetail deer, bear, and turkey. The old home place is made with natural logs and could be something very special with some renovations! The timber is virgin and trails cover over 2.5 miles. Having 3 ponds and numerous springs gives the critters a year round water supply. This property is the epitome of what the Ozark Natural Forest represents from caves, huge hardwood timber, benches, and unique rock formations. Call Chris Hinkle at 620-215-0033 to schedule your private showing!