This unique property is bordered by Mulberry Avenue in Fayetteville, US Hwy 231 on the north and east boundaries and the city limits of Fayetteville on the west side. The property has great development potential and is roughly 90% wooded. An extensive freshly cleared trail network follows the property boundary and 2 access points with road frontage are on either end of the property for great access.
Long history of producing Trophy Bucks (owner has only taken 4 bucks in 12 years, the largest being a 165-inch typical 9 pt). The property is an archery hunter’s dream.
Great turkey population
Certified timber value at $40,000 (hardwood & softwood)
Property is approximately ¾ mile long by varying widths and consists of a line of 4 hill tops. Elevation ranges from 1,000 ft. to 750 ft.
Approximately 10 acres of fenced pasture divided into 2 paddocks
3 strands of solar powered electric rubber-coated high tensile wire
Creek runs between the pastures
2 sets of double gates, 2 sets of single gates
90 X 90 electric fenced “pen” with horse walk-in and single gate
Two feed troughs
Two Frost Free hydrants – one per paddock
Treestands located throughout the property
3 food plots with locations for many more
Neighboring properties do not allow hunting
Property is secluded with limited access points
Property is enrolled in “Green Belt” program for low property taxes