Two White River Cabins

Status: Available
Price: $245,000
Acres: 0.77 +/-
Type: Recreational Land, Residential Property
Address: 421 Levee RD
City, State: Clarendon, Arkansas
County: Monroe
ZIP Code: 72029
Lat/Long: 34.6994, -91.3160
Presented By: Robert Eason
Dwelling Sq Ft: 3,360
Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms: 4


Located in Clarendon Arkansas, the two cabins sit on the edge of the White River Levee with direct access into the white river back waters. The first of two cabins is a 1410 sqft cabin that was built in 2014. This cabin was built above the 2011 flood mark on metal pier and beams. This cabin has 2 bedrooms and two bathrooms and has an open floorplan with living, dining and kitchen in one open area. This cabin also has large closets and storage areas with a laundry room. Cabin 2 is a 1630 sqft structure that was built in 1950. This cabin was effected by the 2011 flood but was professionally renovated after the flood. It has 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This cabin has a full kitchen with dining room, living room, large pantry and laundry area. At the back of the house is a screen porch that overlooks the white river backwaters. Next to cabin 2 is a large bar and cooking area. This building is used for large gatherings after a days hunt or fishing trip. This area also has a large deck with firepit that overlooks the water. This structure is partially built onto the neighboring land. This land is used for parking as well. The current owner pays a $1,000 annual fee for this area. The remaining structures including the two cabins and metal shop are all located on owned property and will convey by general warranty deed. ++Owner will entertain offers on each cabin individually++

These cabins set on the back water of the White River. This gives you private access into the expansive river system including the Cache River. From the river you can access both the Cache and White River Refuges. Together these refuges include over 200,000 acres of public access for hunting and fishing. The White River Refuge is known to hold the largest concentration of wintering mallards in America each season. The refuge is well known for its world class flooded timber duck hunting, impressive whitetail bucks as well as great squirrel and coon hunting.

To check this listing out, contact Robert Eason at 501-416-6923 or at [Email listed above].

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