BANGS SLOUGH NORTH TRACT

+/- 173.92 Ac - Bangs Slough North Tract

STATUS:  Available!
PROPERTY TYPE:  Recreational
ACRES: 173.92
LOCATION:  Hampton, Arkansas
PRICE:  $249,000

Property Description

The Bangs Slough North Tract (#03019-03404) is a +/- 173.92 acre (per tax assessor records) block of timberland located in the southern part of Calhoun County along county road #131 (33.338452°North, 92.448936°West). This property offers GREAT hunting opportunities as well as timber investment. The various habitats on the property make it great for game. Two young pine plantations offer great cover for deer and other game. One was established in 2007 while the other was planted in 2009. There are an additional 51 acres that were reforested in 2013. This area should provide great browse for game in the years to come. Approximately 73 acres of hardwood timber that is heavy to oak should really pull in the game as well. Located in the northwest portion of the tract is a wetland area that covers approximately 33 acres and provides some great waterfowl habitat. With electricity available along the county road, there is also great cabin site potential at the north end of the property. Nearby attractions include Lock Eight boat ramp with access to the Ouachita River a further 3 miles south down Calhoun Road 131 and the 16,000-acre Moro Big Pine Wildlife Management Area within one mile. According the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the property is based upon Pheba silt loam and Guyton soils which give the property a weighted average site index rating for Loblolly Pine of 89.8 feet (base age 50). If you are looking for a manageable timberland piece to diversify your investments, then the “Bangs Slough North” tract is for you. Give United Country – Neeley Forestry Service, Inc. a call at 870-836-5981!

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915 Pickett Street Camden, AR 71701

Phone:  (870) 836-5981
Fax:  (870) 836-7432
Email:   info@neeleyforestryservice.com

5925 Line Avenue, Ste. 11, Shreveport, LA 71106

Phone:  (318) 754-3227

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