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Old Brewer
Prim, Arkansas
28Acres
$34,750
Excellent investment and recreational opportunity with a mix of pine and natural mature timber. Abundant wildlife on the property. The property has county road frontage and is only a few miles outside of Prim, Arkansas. Power on site.
Old Brewer
Prim, Arkansas
28Acres
Excellent investment and recreational opportunity with a mix of pine and natural mature timber. Abundant wildlife on the property. The property has county road frontage and is only a few miles outside of Prim, Arkansas. Power on site.
$34,750
Old Brewer
Prim, Arkansas
$34,750
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61.12Acres
$200,000
This 61 acre property is absolutely gorgeous. It is a mixed use recreational, farmland, development tract, located south of Caulkesville, AR in Logan County. With road frontage on Bee Mountain Road, you have great access and plenty of space to build your dream forever home, or weekend getaway.
61 Beautiful Acres with Private Lake in Logan County Arkansas
Bee Mountain Road ,Caulksville,ARKANSAS
61.12Acres
This 61 acre property is absolutely gorgeous. It is a mixed use recreational, farmland, development tract, located south of Caulkesville, AR in Logan County. With road frontage on Bee Mountain Road, you have great access and plenty of space to build your dream forever home, or weekend getaway.
$200,000
61 Beautiful Acres with Private Lake in Logan County Arkansas
Bee Mountain Road ,Caulksville,ARKANSAS
$200,000
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Beaver Creek – 201 acres
Ashdown, Arkansas
200.58Acres
$300,870
Excellent timber investment and recreational opportunity. Close to Millwood Lake. Great interior road with gated access. Plenty of deer, hog, turkey with waterfowl potential as well. This property is located within 5 miles of Ashdown, Arkansas.
Beaver Creek – 201 acres
Ashdown, Arkansas
200.58Acres
Excellent timber investment and recreational opportunity. Close to Millwood Lake. Great interior road with gated access. Plenty of deer, hog, turkey with waterfowl potential as well. This property is located within 5 miles of Ashdown, Arkansas.
$300,870
Beaver Creek – 201 acres
Ashdown, Arkansas
$300,870
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3Acres
$15,000
LOTS of Hunting GAME for a little Price CHEAP HUNTING PLACE DEER and Turkey This is a mixed use residential, hunting property. This has large hardwood timberland on 3 acres of property close to Judsonia, AR 72081 White County. This has 160 aces hardwood timber tract that joins this which this place and the 160 have turkey, whitetail deer, Small game. You have your own ATV trails.
Hunting, large timber, great house or cabin place This joins 160 acre of Hardwood timber tract.
lot 2 Jerry Lane, Judsonia, ARKANSAS 72081
3Acres
LOTS of Hunting GAME for a little Price CHEAP HUNTING PLACE DEER and Turkey This is a mixed use residential, hunting property. This has large hardwood timberland on 3 acres of property close to Judsonia, AR 72081 White County. This has 160 aces hardwood timber tract that joins this which this place and the 160 have turkey, whitetail deer, Small game. You have your own ATV trails.
$15,000
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167 +/- Acre Caddo Mead Farm
Baker Rd ,Glenwood,ARKANSAS
167Acres
$1,299,000
Now is your opportunity to purchase the beautiful Caddo Mead Farm. The 167 +/- acre horse training facility is located in Glenwood, Arkansas which is only 30 minutes from the historic Hot Springs and Oaklawn Race Track. Only being a mile and a half from town, this farm is easy to access and its its right on the Caddo River. There is a main house, Guest house, shop, multiple barns and horse stalls.
167 +/- Acre Caddo Mead Farm
Baker Rd ,Glenwood,ARKANSAS
167Acres
Now is your opportunity to purchase the beautiful Caddo Mead Farm. The 167 +/- acre horse training facility is located in Glenwood, Arkansas which is only 30 minutes from the historic Hot Springs and Oaklawn Race Track. Only being a mile and a half from town, this farm is easy to access and its its right on the Caddo River. There is a main house, Guest house, shop, multiple barns and horse stalls.
$1,299,000
167 +/- Acre Caddo Mead Farm
Baker Rd ,Glenwood,ARKANSAS
$1,299,000
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0.89Acres
$49,000
MAKE OFFER! Lot 1 of East River Drive Estates is a beautiful mixed use residential, recreational,1 acre property, located on the Little Red River in Pangburn, AR 72121, White County. The Little Red River offers top notch freshwater fishing for rainbow and brown trout. With public land access and boat ramp very close by this property would make a great place to build your ultimate fishing getaway.
*Make Offer* Riverfront Lot #1 of East River Drive Estates, Pangburn, AR
000 River Drive East, Pangburn, ARKANSAS 72121
0.89Acres
MAKE OFFER! Lot 1 of East River Drive Estates is a beautiful mixed use residential, recreational,1 acre property, located on the Little Red River in Pangburn, AR 72121, White County. The Little Red River offers top notch freshwater fishing for rainbow and brown trout. With public land access and boat ramp very close by this property would make a great place to build your ultimate fishing getaway.
$49,000
*Make Offer* Riverfront Lot #1 of East River Drive Estates, Pangburn, AR
000 River Drive East, Pangburn, ARKANSAS 72121
$49,000
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Why You Should Buy Land in Arkansas in 2019

by Caroline Kirby

When talking about places to move to, or even visit, Arkansas doesn’t typically rustle up much attention, but we think a lot of people are missing out on opportunities to invest in The Natural State. read more…

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At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Arkansas. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Arkansas for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

Arkansas…home to William Jefferson Clinton, Walmart, and…and…and? Well, Arkansas may have had a low profile in the past but its future is trending upwards. The economy of the state has been bullish through the challenges of the Great Recession and The Wall Street Journal ranks the capital city of Little Rock as having the sixth-best real estate market in America.

Arkansas began calling itself The Natural State in the 1970s to lure tourists to its Ouachita Mountains, 52 state parks and seven National Park Service properties. Today those visitors are looking to stay, seeking out land in the country’s fifth-lowest state for the cost of living. At the same time, it ranks in the Top 20 for doing business.

While the real estate market heats up around Little Rock, large swaths of rural land, some parcels counting thousands of acres, are available across Arkansas. Hunters can chase deer, turkey, and bear in the woodlands that stretch across the mountainous northwest region of the state. The rice fields along the Mississippi River, that defines Arkansas’ eastern border, have earned the town of Stuttgart the reputation as the “duck hunting capital of the world.”

Arkansas property has attracted the attention of outsiders since 1832 when Hot Springs was the first land acquired by the federal government to be preserved and protected. Garland County, where Hot Springs is located in central Arkansas, remains one of the best places to look for land buys almost two hundred years later. It is rivaled in popularity by land seekers only by Benton County in the heart of the Ozark Mountains where Sam Walton started a retailing revolution in 1945.

Frequently Asked Questions

Arkansas is a state with a population of more than 3 million people in the southern United States. This state has extremely diverse geography. You can find the Ozark and Ouachita mountains in the central region, the dense forests called Arkansas Timberlands in the south and Lowlands in the east alongside the Arkansas Delta and Mississippi River.

Facts About Arkansas

  • It contains more than 600,000 acres of land covered with lakes and about 9,700 miles of rivers and streams.
  • There are 6 national parks, 2.5 million acres of forest area and fifty state parks.
  • Its official state bird is the Mockingbird and the official state tree is Apple Blossom.
  • It is known as the Natural State due to the fact that there are 102 kinds of minerals found here and a lot of precious gems can also be easily found here. With milk being its official beverage and diamonds being the official gem, the state is all things natural.
  • The Arkansas River is 1450 miles long and is the longest one that flows into the giant Mississippi-Missouri system.
  • Sam Walton started the first Walmart outlet in Benton County Arkansas.

Why Should You Buy Land In Arkansas?

This state has a lot to offer to everyone. The first reason is that the land here is undervalued. Experts believe that the property values are about 20 years behind other states. It is a nice idea to buy land as an investment or if you plan on having a retirement home. The property tax levied here is low. The state is called a natural state purely due to its unparalleled natural beauty. You can find mountains, forests, valleys, and rivers in this state.  Little Rock has been a hot choice for the real estate buyers recently with huge acres of land available for them. If hunting is your passion, owning land in the northwest region covered with mountains will give you the chance to chase bear, turkey or deer. The eastern border of Arkansas has a beautiful town covered with rice fields called Stuttgart. This is known as the “duck hunting capital of the world”.

What Is The Climate Like In Arkansas?

A humid subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters is common in Arkansas. The average annual temperature here is 52.5 degrees Fahrenheit at the lowest and 72.8 degrees Fahrenheit at the maximum. It rains for about 3-4 months with April being the rainiest month. Severe thunderstorms are often seen during the spring accompanied by hail and tornadoes occasionally. July – August are the hottest months, with the temperature crossing 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Humidity is high making the weather warmer. Hurricanes and tropical storms usher in heavy rains in the late summers. January – February are the coldest months with about 2-3 inches of snow in January. By the start of March, the last snows are witnessed with freezing precipitation.

How Much Is Land Worth In Arkansas?

Since Arkansas is covered with farms and underdeveloped land, the land for sale in Arkansas costs a fraction of what it would cost in the other states. Though the property rates are low here, do not mistake it to be a poor state. It ranks in the top 20 states in the U.s for business and Little Rock has been ranked the 6th best market for real estate in America by The Wall Street Journal.

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