Dallas RD 126 "Ramsey RD" / Dallas RD 101 "Liberty RD", Fordyce, Arkansas, 71742
The Dallas 200 Tract (#03019-03637) is a +/- 200-acre parcel of timberland located in southeastern Dallas County about seven miles northwest of Fordyce, AR (North 33.887055°, West 92.520467°). The topography is predominately flat and features an intermittent stream bisecting the property. Access to the property is excellent with Dallas RD 126 aka “Ramsey RD” running along the southern portion and Dallas RD 101 aka “Liberty RD” running along the eastern edge of the property. Some utilities can be found along these public roads to allow for camp/home site potential within the Fordyce school district. The property features over 170 acres of 13-14yr old natural pine/hardwood regeneration and another 14 acres of 5-6yr old natural pine/hardwood regeneration. Roughly 13 acres of bottomland hardwood are formed by an intermittent creek drain running through the property. The boundary lines are marked in yellow/red/white paint. According to the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the soils consist of primarily Guyton silt loam and other fine sandy loams that give the tract an excellent weighted average site index of 87.1 feet for Loblolly Pine (base age 50). For more information on how this young timberland tract can fit you, give United Country - Neeley Forestry Service, Inc. a call at (870) 836-5981 today!