360 +/- Acres near Bradford Ar Jackson County
The property is approximately 3.5 miles northeast of Denmark, AR and consists of two separate tracts of 200 and 160 acres that are continuous. The 200 acre tract is located on the Jackson-Independence County line and the other tract lies just south and adjacent to the first. This is a very remote, yet unique property and is in the core of thousands of acres of wildlife-abundant habitat. Despite the rugged landscape, approximately 6 miles of primitive roads were recently improved and now the property is easily accessible by 4X4 vehicles. It is completely wooded and literally a turkey hunters paradise! It has a growing bear population with three different sows and cubs on camera over the last several years. The sows have twins and triplets that are all looking healthy. There are plenty of deer, squirrels and other wildlife throughout. The property has numerous rock outcroppings- Wildcat Bluff being the most well known. The bluffs and rock formations provide winter habitat for denning bears and also offer incredible panoramic views. A mountain lion was recorded on a game trial camera in 2013 and has been recorded in close proximity since. The land includes approximately 2 miles of creeks which run throughout the property. This is a top-notch hunting property and is amazingly scenic as well. Creek bottoms surrounded with mature pine/oak/hickory habitat provide abundant mast for turkeys, squirrel, deer and bears. You really have to see this property to appreciate it. There is so much more room for potential as well! The property has been recently surveyed and all boundaries are marked with steel fence posts and posted with paint. No minerals convey with the property.
For more information on this amazing tract or to schedule your private tour, call listing agent Nick Newton at 501-276-8409.