This property located just outside Hardy, AR and Cherokee Village, AR is narrow and long but adjoining lot will be available too. It comes with a 24x30 pole building with living quarters and a 12x24 Morgan storage building on site. Both buildings have electricity and the large building has city water and a state approved septic system. This property is close to South Ford River and Spring river in Hardy Arkansas area and would be a great get-a-way for weekends and holidays. The adjoining 7 acres is also available. Call Doug Yancey for more information.
Climate The Tri-County Area of Sharp, Fulton, and Izard counties is located In North Central Arkansas and have a temperate climate with mild winters, experiencing little snowfall. April normally brings the highest precipitation around 5 inches. The average annual rainfall is 48 inches. The average winter low temperature is around 44 degrees with the average high around 69 degrees. The average mid-day humidity is 79. We enjoy the 4 seasons and the beauty they bring.
The Tri-Counties offer a variety of choices in health care facilities. There are hospitals in Salem Fulton County, Batesville Independence County and Mountain Home Baxter County. The city of Highland Sharp County is home to the state's first Satellite Emergency Room that is affiliated with White River Health System in Batesville, and the area is serviced by two Air Evac companies and a state of the art ambulance service.
White River Medical County Hospital- County Regional Medical Center - The Tri County Area is serviced by several different companies. Among these are Centurylink
Dish Net and DirectTV-Satellite Television
Cellular phone service is provided primarily by Verizon and At&T
Electric North Arkansas Electric Co-Operative and Entergy Electric
MEDIA- Arkansas Democrat-Gazette provides a daily newspaper.
Areawide Media - Spring River Chronicle each publish weekly newspaper.
KSAR 92.5 FM, Koou - Kool 104.7 and Kfcm - The River 98.3 are all local radio stations. -The Tri-County Area is rich in natural resources, and is a perfect place for Hunting, Fishing, Boating, Swimming, Horseback Riding, Golfing and much, much more. Just a few of the notable spots that are close by are Flat is the country seat of Sharp County - Village - Home to 7 lakes and the South Fork of the Spring River, this is one of the main vacation spots boasting numerous vacation homes and condominiums. There are 2-18 hole championship golf courses and 2 recreation centers with pools. - A historic town on the banks of the Spring River, Hardy is home to antique stores, restaurants and shops. Hardy hosts many events including the Annual Hardy Homesteader Days every fall. - County Seat of Fulton County. A small town in the hills, Salem hosts many festivals throughout the year including an Annual Spring Fairgrounds Flea Market. - County Seat of Izard County close by you can find Harold E. Alexander Wildlife Management Area, Strawberry River, Lake Norfork Lake, Bull Shoals Lake, White River, Spring River, Eleven Point River, Buffalo National River, Mammoth Springs Park, Gulf State Park, Blanchard Springs Caverns, The Ozark Folk Center, and the Ozark National Forest. For more information on things to do in Arkansas visit Schools - The school has three campuses, K-4, 5-8, and 9-12 with over 1,600 students enrolled.K-12
Salem Schools- The school has two campuses, K-6 and 7-12 with over 700 students enrolled.
Melbourne Schools - The schools have two campuses, K-6 and 7-12 with over 750 students enrolled.
There are three colleges located in the area Ozarka College - Located in Melbourne in Izard County with a satellite campus at Ash Flat in Sharp County. College - Located in Batesville, AR State University - Located Mountain Home in Baxter County with the main campus in Jonesboro in Craighead County. of Arkansas - Located in Batesville in Independence County with the main campus in Fayetteville in Northwest AR /