Welcome to your new lake property, literally just minutes from Lake Omaha. This lot located in Cherokee Village is approximately 110' on the Northside, 140' on the Eastside, 66' on the Southside, and 136' on the Westside. Your new slice of heaven sits right up against the common area on Lake Omaha. There is an abundance of trees to give it that private feeling. There is water right on the road next to the lot, and electricity is nearby. Your closest neighbor is to the Northwest on the lake.
Check out this 2 level home in the community of Cherokee Village, AR. The lot is approximately 0.3 acres and sits on Powhatan DR. The house is a work in progress. There has been enough work done that you could live in it while you fix it up. This four-bedroom house sits on top of the hill, overlooking the scenery to the east. As you pull into the drive, you will see the nice big decks off the front of the house and the attached garage. There are two entrances from the outside for both levels. The bottom level can be found in the
This property is approximately 0.42 of an acre and is a double lot in the Holiday Hills Mobile Home Park of Briarcliff, Arkansas. Located off Sycamore Springs Road, this double lot has rural water and electric service available for your new mobile home. The lots are mostly level with a gentle slope down towards the North approximately 120 feet into the lots. The parcel is mostly wooded with several old-growth Oak trees that will provide plenty of shade to your new homesite.
Here is the perfect opportunity for you and your family to own a lake lot just in time for summer—approximately 4 acres with lake views and within 500 Ft of the shoreline. The only land between this parcel and Bull Shoals Lake is the Corp Of Engineers land. Follow the easement road from CR 625, and you will come down the hill to the clearing. As you enter the property from the south, you will see that the clearing is located about the center of the north side. Continue to look north, and you will see a cove of the lake that runs along the north side of the Corp land. There is a small wet-weather creek that runs down to the lake on the northeast corner. The land does slope gently to the north from the driveway to about the edge of the clearing. There is some level ground on the west and north side. This is an all-wooded lot, besides the clearing. There are mainly all cedars and a few oak trees.