The Ouachita Road 109 Tract (#03019-03759) is a +/- 62-acre parcel of timberland (per GIS estimate) located in southwestern Ouachita County about five miles northeast of Stephens, AR near the community of Ogemaw (North 33.34454°, West 93.0216°). The topography is well-drained consisting of gently rolling hills. Access is excellent with about 250 yards of frontage to county road #109; St. Louis Southwestern Railway also runs runs along the western edge of this property paralleling the county road. Some utilities exist along this county roads to provide for camp/home site potential within the Camden-Fairview School District. Roughly 20 acres of the property feature well-stocked natural pine/hardwood timber; a small hardwood creek drain runs along the northeastern corner. Nearly 33 acres were of old pasture/field area were planted in 2015 with loblolly pine. A small pond over two acres in size is contained within the property. A power transmission line roughly 40 yards in width and 550 yards long bisects the property. According to the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the soil composition of the property is an assortment of silt loams and fine sandy loams that give the tract a weighted average soil site index of 89.6 feet for Loblolly Pine (Base Age 50 years). A strip of land 30 feet in width running east from County Road 109 along the southern edge of the property shall be retained to allow access to additional property owned by the seller. If you are looking for a property with multiple stands of diverse timber types and wildlife habitat edge to create your perfect country retreat - then call United Country - Neeley Forestry Service today!