Live Oaks Duck Woods

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LIVE OAKS DUCK WOODS
+/- 100.68 Acres in  Lonoke County, AR
Property Brochure Click Here: LIVE OAKS FLOODED TIMBER

“A turnkey Green Tree Reservoir (GTR) offering premium duck hunting and deer hunting”

Overview:

Live Oaks is a very rare find in the Arkansas delta and offers a proven history of duck and deer hunting. The property is unique in that The Big Ditch runs along the North side of the property and brings with it one of the most concentrated waterfowl flyways in the state. Furthermore, in addition to outstanding duck hunting the large block of woods provides exceptional habitat for large whitetail deer and the property produces trophy whitetail bucks each year.

In conclusion, this property has it all for the waterfowler – comfortable lodging and flooded timber duck hunting. At Wellons Land and Timber we consider this to be an excellent opportunity to purchase one of the most producing and affordable properties we have worked with.

Location: Live Oaks property is located in Lonoke County, Arkansas just 5 miles nouth of Humnoke, Arkansas.

  • 45 miles – Little Rock
  • 20 miles – Stuttgart
  • 181 Miles – Fort Smith
  • 115 miles – Memphis

Recognized In The Area:

  • Quack Shack
  • Hamilton Plantation
  • Magnum 12
  • Hildebrand Reservior
  • Decoy Farms

Property Highlights:

  • 100 acres of impounded and mature hardwood forest bottom-land forest right on the Big Ditch
  • Three Large Duck Blinds
  • Electric Well + underground irrigation pipe to each area of property for turnkey water mgmt
  • Whitetail Deer Hunting
  • Great access from the paved county road, bring any car you want
  • Very comfortable & spacious Lodge overlooking the woods
  • Gated and digital lock security system


Offering Price: 
The offering price for the +/- 100.68 acres, the lodge, and all improvements is $950,000. Wellons Land & Timber Real Estate facilitated the buyer in this transaction.

Price:$850,000
Address:+/- 100.68 Acres - Green Tree Reservoir (GTR)
City:Humnoke
State:AR

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