Near the confluence of Big Creek and the White River lays these 277 acres. Heavily wooded with varying terrain and vegetation, largely undisturbed and surrounded by National Forest.
An early 1900’s trade road previously crossing Big Creek parallels the south-westerly border from the water up the hill to Cedar Bluff Rd. Along that route is an old stone foundation, a spring and the remains of a hand-built dam.
In those days this location would have been about 3 miles from the largest upper White River Native American archaeological site discovered in this area.
Located on the north edge of the Ozarks Boston Mountains on Table Rock Lake lies this extremely private forest. Table Rock is one of several lakes along the historic White River which originates just east of Fayetteville AR, flows north through Beaver Lake in North West Arkansas (NWA) then Table Rock Lake and Bull Shoals before turning south to the Mississippi River. The fishing and recreational opportunities are substantial including; Golf courses, numerous marinas, excellent Small mouth, Large mouth and trout fishing. Entertainment and shopping in either Eureka Springs, NWA, Branson or Springfield.
Stallion Bluff has been cared for by one owner since the lakes dedication in 1962.
This prime investment offers an excellent opportunity for a “One-of-a-Kind” property.