An investment grade recreational property in Arkansas County, Arkansas
94 +/- total acres Arkansas County, Arkansas
Acreage documented by Arkansas County Ownership Final acreage to be determined by survey
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Mallard Grove is comprised of 94 +/- acres located in Arkansas County on the world-famous La Grue Bayou. This is truly a unique recreational investment that allows the owner the ability to successfully hunt waterfowl, white-tailed deer, and turkey. Having been managed for the past several years, this piece of land would be any outdoorsmans dream. Consisting of largely hardwood trees this property also has several wildlife food plots spread throughout the parcel for deer and turkey. These food plots have been planted consecutively for almost a decade and help hold large deer and a substantial turkey population for the area.
Two box deer stands are currently on the property with the ability to easily add additional blinds. With two established waterfowl shooting holes in the woods, one containing an elevated eight-man blind, it also has a floating duck blind on the banks of La Grue Bayou itself. While the bayou naturally floods a large portion of this property with seasonal rains, the land has been developed with infrastructure for waterfowl habitat using a system of levees and water control structures that make up two impoundments. In order to flood the property, it currently relies upon rainfall and the creek, but with minimal investment one could easily drill a well that could artificially flood the two impoundments.
Mallard Grove is located on La Grue Bayou in Arkansas County off of Highway 33, just east of Almyra, Arkansas.
Almyra 10 miles
De Witt 12 miles
Stuttgart 17 miles
Little Rock 69 miles
Memphis 112 miles
Mallard Grove lies on La Grue Bayou, a major waterfowl flyway that is world-renowned for having some of most the historic duck clubs in the state of Arkansas. These clubs include the Greenbriar Hunting Club, Wingmead Farms, and the Section 16 Club. Other notable clubs and landmarks nearby are Keaton Flats, Little La Grue Bayou four miles to the west, and the White River, just over five miles to the east.
This property can be accessed from both Highway 33 and Shook Lane using recorded easements. Property Highlights Flooded timber duck hunting
Two waterfowl impoundments with water control structures
Two duck blinds
Two established timber holes
One creek blind
Two box deer stands
Good road system
Two recorded access easements
The land offered consists of 94 +/- acres.
The taxes are $112.83.
The offering price is $423,000 for the land and all improvements.
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