13 Acres For Sale In Mountain Home, AR
|Cash Sale||$ 25,000|
|Processing Fee||$ 599|
|Deed Type||Quit claim deed|
|Location||Hebrides, Mountain Home, AR 72653|
|Legal Description||BRIARCLIFF SEC 16, LOTS 16,29,30,33-35,37-39,45,48,78-81 85-88,136-142,146,149..|
|Lot Size||13 Acres|
|Road Access||Dirt, Gravel|
|Utilities||City Water & Electric available. Please contact City Utility Dept additional details|
Total price includes 50 individual lots totaling approximately 13 Acres +/- being sold together in bulk. Potential for investor to sell individually. Each lot averages a quarter acre. No mobile homes / RV's.
Mountain Home, Arkansas is a quiet little town tucked away in the beautiful Ozark Mountains and is home to one of the best vacation and retirement spots in the country. The Mountain Home area ranks as one of Arkansas’s (and America’s) top vacation destinations which encompasses two massive lakes, three rivers, and beautiful mountain scenery. Lake Norfork and Bull Shoals Lake will beckon you in the summer months to spend some time boating, skiing, or just lounging lakeside. Hiking trails along the Buffalo River and White River will tempt the more adventurous to come discover their secrets. Year-round fishing attracts anglers to all our waterways. Fish for Bass, Crappie, Walleye, Lake Trout and Stripers on Lake Norfork and Bull Shoals Lake. Catch your fill of Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Brook Trout on the White River and North Fork River while the cool waters of the Buffalo National River are considered a model Small Mouth Bass stream.
The area has a lot to offer vacationers, but it have even more to offer residents. Mountain Home was one of the state’s first water resort and retirement regions providing fishing, water sports, outdoor recreation, shopping and dining. Beautiful golf courses, historic attractions and natural beauty charmed visitors into staying permanently because it offers a peaceful place for young families and retirees to call home. Rand McNally’s, Retirement Places, and AARP’s, Sun Belt Retirement, ranked the Mountain Home Area as one of the top places to retire in the United States. Where to Retire magazine named the area an ‘Undiscovered Haven’ and Mountain Home always ranks as a Top 100 Retirement Community in the U.S.
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