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20+ acres heavily wooded, wet weather creek and spring, drilled well, large garage and shed, small sauna, pond, great garden areas, couple of almond trees, one pear tree, one peach tree. There is electricity run to the property, but was told it needed repair to be run out again. House burned down in 2005, foundation, two walls, and chimney still standing. Several great sites on this land you could build a new home if you didn't want to build where the old homesite was. See http://earthmotherhomestead.org for pictures. I'm happy to answer any questions. Asking $55,000.  I'm wanting to move to Colorado, so would consider a land trade, as long as the Colorado land has water.
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Location: Arkansas Ozarks zone 7 alluvial,black,deep loam/clay with few rocks, wonderful creek bottom!
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I think I recognize the 'castle' from years ago?

Beautiful property...good luck with the sale
 
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Could be the pics of the castle were posted by my friend Ben who was staying there. He was there a year or so I think, before I ever though to sell it. :)
 
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Elise Wright wrote:Could be the pics of the castle were posted by my friend Ben who was staying there. He was there a year or so I think, before I ever though to sell it.



We were there for castle.  You wouldn't have known us in the crowd but knew the folks we came with.  
...so long ago

I added this thread to the ozarks forum for some more exposure.
 
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This looks beautiful! What part of Arkansas is it in or what is the closest city?
 
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What part of Colorado are you interested in Elise ?
 
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Judith,

thanks! I'll take all the help I can get on this, I've never bought or sold land before so any help I can get is greatly appreciated. :)

So you must know the Archotes then? I moved away from there in 2003 after my husband died and haven't really had any contact with them since then. I really miss living down there on this land though :)
 
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Megan,

This is in north central Arkansas. Closest town is either Oxley or Timbo I think, or Alco. All really small towns. Nearest town of any size is Mountain View, it's 25 miles to the east of this property, or Leslie (this is small, but on Hwy 65 south of Harrison, AR so easy to find on a map).
 
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Miles,

I'm looking for anywhere that is more forest than desert LOL  My son lives in Grand Junction, and wants to end up in Ft. Collins, so ideally the idea is to be near him somewhere, but I need my trees and creeks more than I need a close distance. Not much help huh? I'm not familiar enough with Colorado to really know what area I should be looking in, so I'm just searching for properties that meet my criteria of being heavily wooded and that has a creek or spring on it. And that fits my budget, which I don't even know what that will be until I sell the land in Arkansas.
 
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