Columbia Road Timberland is a heavily stocked loblolly pine stand with numerous roads running through the tract located on the east side of Columbia County, Arkansas.
Located between the two quaint communities of Village and Marysville on the east side of Columbia County, Columbia Road Timberland is a flat to gently rolling tract in a heavily forested region. Magnolia, the Columbia County seat, is a charming town with numerous shops and restaurants. There are also excellent opportunities for higher education at Southern Arkansas University. A regional airport is just to the east of the tract. Less than 45 minutes away in downtown El Dorado is MAD, the Murphy Arts District, offering creative outlets to explore music, dance, theater, art, and food. Less than two hours away to the north is Little Rock, the capital of Arkansas.
Gravel roads on the north and east sides of the property provide access to the tract. Internal roads run throughout the property.
Columbia Road Timberland consists of mostly loblolly pine trees with rights-of-ways throughout that serve as good roads or shooting lanes for hunting. The tract is flat to gently rolling with an elevation of around 260 feet and is well drained. Deer can be found roaming throughout the tract. Look no further if you are looking for a great timberland, recreation, or residential tract.
Fully stocked with loblolly pine trees, this tract offers immediate thinning harvest opportunities. The tract was final harvested around 2006 and was left to regenerate naturally.