Status: For Sale
Price: $985,000
Address: 3354 Jimmy Creek Road
City: Fox
County: Stone
State: Arkansas
Zip: 72051
Listing ID: RBDLJC
Acres (approx.): 380
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Agent: Robert Ross

What a place!!!  This 380-acre m/l farm is a stunning mountain valley that has a well-proportioned mixture of pastureland and hardwood.  A crystal clear creek (Jimmy Creek) meanders down the western border leaving beautiful rock formations in its wake.  The terms “end of road setting” and “remote” truly apply to this property.   The county road literally ends at the beautiful lodge style home built in 2010.  To be this remote at the end of the road and yet have the luxuries of rural water and electricity is rare.  Although rural water is available, a shallow, hand dug well that has never gone dry is located in the front yard.  This can be pumped to livestock, gardens, flowers etc.

As for the hunter—the variety of cover, grazing land, hardwood hillsides and flats, water sources, and bedding areas make for a tremendous hunting area.   The ranch serves as home to deer, turkey, bear and other small game.  The remoteness of this area, coupled with its sheer size and lack of hunting pressure, should make a sportsman ecstatic when thinking of creating a big buck management program.

For those of you who favor ranching, there is currently 100 acres or more cleared ground for a cattle farm.  With some work, the amount of pastureland could be doubled.  Jimmy Creek Ranch was once home to nearly 100 head of momma cows.  This expansive ranch and nice home, along with the barns and shop, is ready for anyone searching for that large scale operation.

The air conditioned shop is 30×60 while the big barn measures 40×80.  A horse barn also sits on the property.  Interestingly, the interior of the horse barn consists of hand hewn logs made with a broad axe over 100 years ago.  These same logs served as a corn crib back then, but today they complete the inside walls of the barn.  The lodge style home was built in 2010 and boasts 2474 square feet of living space.  All entrances, rooms, and bathrooms are handicap accessible.  The split floor plan includes three sizeable bedrooms two large bathrooms and a nice size utility.  The kitchen lends itself to stylish western nostalgia.  Cast iron skillets hang from the walls while the lighting and decorating make you feel like you’re sitting in a 19th century ranch house.  The living room has a very open concept with an extraordinarily large gaming/entertainment room opening up off one side of the living area.

The little hunting cabin on the south side of the property also has rural water and electric.  It has approximately 900 square feet of living area and can be sold separately with 80 acres if there is interest.  Call for details.

Pictures of the interior of the home, horse barn, and shop will be coming soon.

Listing Agent: Robert Ross

Robert Ross

Robert was raised in the small community of Fox in Stone County. He served as the head boys basketball coach at Rural Special, his alma mater, for 20 years and is currently the Mountain View Middle School Principal. Robert and his wife Patricia feel blessed to have been a part of the lives of many young people and are excited about beginning a new venture of helping people find that “right place” in the hills. Robert would love the opportunity to assist you today for your real estate needs.
Email: rbross@outdoorproperties.com
Mobile: 870-213-5052

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