LOG CABIN AND 161.5+/- ACRES IN THE ARKANSAS OZARKS

4369 Six Mile Road, Magazine, Arkansas, 72943

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$525,000

MLS: 24078-92260

161.5 Acres

1,860 SqFt

3 beds

2.0 baths

What You Should Know

  • Log Cabin Logan County

  • Logan County AR Real Estate

  • Cabin and Acreage in the Ozark

  • Land for Sale Logan County AR

  • Home and Acreage Magazine AR

  • Northern Arkansas Real Estate

  • Ozarks United Country

  • United Country Real Estate

Why You'll Love It

Log Cabin and 161.5+/- Acres in the Arkansas Ozarks

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Welcome to your dream mountain retreat in Arkansas! This stunning log home sits on 161 acres of natural beauty with stunning views from a mountaintop. The open floor concept brings together the kitchen, living room, and dining area, creating a warm and inviting space. Cozy up by the wood-burning fireplace during chilly evenings. Upstairs, you'll find a versatile loft that can be used as a bedroom with a full bath. Outside, enjoy the hot tub, swimming pool and partially wraparound porch, perfect for relaxing and soaking in the breathtaking views. The property also features a 30x30 spacious garage with 10-foot lean-tos on each side. With ample opportunities for hunting and trail riding, this is a nature lover's paradise. Plus, there's a brand new well, or rural water is available. High Speed internet is available through Wave, which is fiber optic. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to own your own slice of mountain paradise!

Directions: From Ozark, Arkansas Take Highway 23 for 22 miles, turn left on 6 mile Road go 4 miles down 6 mile Road destination is on the left.

MLS# 60259240

Logan County, Arkansas:

1. **Population**: As of the latest census, Logan County has an estimated population of approximately 22,000 residents. This population is spread across various small towns and rural areas, with Paris and Booneville being the largest cities in the county.

2. **Climate**: The climate in Logan County is characterized by hot, humid summers, with July temperatures averaging around 90°F (32°C). Winters are generally mild, with average January temperatures around 34°F (1°C). The area receives an average annual rainfall of about 48 inches, supporting its lush landscapes.

3. **Education**: Logan County is served by several school districts including Paris School District, Booneville School District, and Magazine School District. Paris High School and Booneville High School are notable for their academic and extracurricular programs. The county is also within driving distance of Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, offering higher education opportunities.

4. **Hospitals**: The primary healthcare facility in the county is the Mercy Hospital in Booneville, providing a range of services including emergency care, inpatient and outpatient services, and specialized medical treatments. Additionally, there are numerous clinics and primary care facilities throughout the county.

5. **Electric Company**: The main electric utility provider in Logan County is the Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative Corporation. They offer residential and commercial electric services and are involved in community development and energy efficiency programs.

6. **Telecommunications**: Major telecommunications providers in Logan County include AT&T and Cox Communications, offering high-speed internet, phone, and TV services. This connectivity is crucial for both residential and business purposes.

7. **Airports**: While Logan County doesn't have a commercial airport, the closest major airports are Fort Smith Regional Airport and Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock. These airports provide access to national and international flights.

8. **Closest Large Cities**: The nearest major cities to Logan County are Fort Smith, about 45 minutes to the west, and Little Rock, roughly two hours to the southeast. These cities offer expanded amenities like larger shopping centers, diverse dining options, cultural institutions, and more.

9. **Things To Do**: Logan County is rich in outdoor activities with the Ozark National Forest and Mount Magazine State Park offering hiking, camping, and scenic overlooks. The county is also home to historical sites like the Logan County Museum in Paris and annual events like the Frontier Days Festival in Booneville. The Subiaco Abbey, a Benedictine monastery, is a unique local landmark.

This detailed overview highlights Logan County's blend of rural serenity, educational resources, healthcare facilities, and recreational opportunities, making it a distinct and attractive region in Arkansas.

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 4369 Six Mile Road
  • City: Magazine
  • State: Arkansas
  • County: Logan

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