The Langley Tract (#03019-03718) is a +/- 91-acre parcel of timberland located in northern Nevada County lying about five miles northeast of Prescott, AR (North 33.868795 °, West 93.334738 °). Most of the topography is generally flat to gently rolling along with some hardwood creek bottoms. Roughly 53 acres were cleared/harvested in earl 2022. About 16 acres were planted with loblolly pine in 2003 and were recently first-thinned. About 5 acres were cleared in 2012 and allowed to regenerate naturally. Wilson Creek, a perennial stream, flows along the northern edge of the property forming another 13 acres of hardwood creek bottomland. A transmission line right-of-way about 100ft in width and 500ft in length bisects the northwestern edge of the property. Access is excellent with US-Hwy 67 running along the southeastern edge of the property and the county roads #220 and #453 bisecting the property. Some utilities can be found along these public roads to allow for camp/home site potential within the Prescott School District. According to the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the soil composition of the property is based upon an assortment of fine sandy loams, which give the tract an excellent weighted average site index of 90.2 feet for Loblolly Pine (base age 50) for the portion rated. Call United Country - Neeley Forestry Service at (870) 836-5981 today!