Green Acres

48 acres with 560 feet of Little Red River shoreline frontage. Libby Lane (Highway 337), 1.1 miles east of Lobo Landing. Fenced and gated.

“Barnominium” tractor barn with apartment above. 1440 square feet barn and 960 square feet apartment. All centrally heated and cooled. Foundations prepped for main and gate houses. Landscaped with acreage planted in pecan trees. Floating dock and extensively landscaped picnic area with fire pit and patio. Awaiting the perfect dream house or fishing lodge. $1.6M. Mineral rights do not convey. Contact Gary Green, (501) 590-3448;

Sculpin Point

This five acre piece of property is the southeast corner of a quarter section of land that all sits north of the Little Red River, except for this five acre piece which time forgot! This gem sits south of the river in the middle of a thousand acre ranch! There are 871 feet of river frontage. Trees have not been cut in recent memory. There is a red oak that two people cannot reach around and make their fingertips touch together. Many other huge hardwoods. The entire five acres is canopied and has been cleared only enough to be able to drive around it and to envision the home/fishing country club house and six cabins that would look so good on it. Access to the property is through a gated half mile road which begins at the end of Little Dunham Subdivision and winds through the dominant estate ranch – feels like you are driving through Out of Africa. City water is piped into the property via a four inch main. Entergy has run underground power all the way to the property. This place is beautiful! It lies in the part of the river that is designated a Trophy Area by the Arkansas Game and Fish, and it has a 200-foot private shoal!

What follows are landscape design plans and architectural plans by Michael Boucher and Marlon Blackwell, respectively. Marlon serves as Distinguished Professor and Department Head in the School of Architecture at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The current status of the project is that the utilities and road are in, and the first fishing cabin has been constructed. Shown by appointment only. $2.7 million. Mineral rights do not convey.

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