The 307.16 surveyed acre Cole Farm offers plenty of space for a wide range of potential uses, such as agricultural farming, livestock grazing, or the development of residential or commercial properties just outside of Jacksonville city limits. Jacksonville/Furlow offers a quiet, suburban lifestyle with easy access to amenities and services. The area is well-connected to the rest of the city and the surrounding region via AR Highway 294, making it a convenient place to live for those who work or travel frequently. In addition, the flat terrain and open space make this property a potentially attractive location for a solar farm or other renewable energy projects.
One potential use for the land could be agricultural farming. With 300 acres, there is plenty of space for various crops or livestock, such as soybeans, corn, wheat, cattle, or poultry. The land could be leased or sold to a farmer or used for community-supported agriculture programs. Another potential use for the land could be the development of a solar farm. The flat terrain and ample sunlight make it a suitable location for a solar energy project, which could generate electricity for the surrounding area. The land could also be used for residential development. With proper zoning and infrastructure in place, the land could be subdivided into residential lots and sold to developers, who could build homes for families in the area.
To schedule a visit to the property, contact Robert Eason at 501-416-6923.