The Melugin Ranch, where a spring sunrise greets you with strutting toms and thunderous gobbles from your backyard. This 230 acres is a turn key cattle operation and an outdoorsman's paradise in one. The ranch has received little to no hunting pressure in the last 10 years and is absolutely loaded with turkeys and deer. I have seen at least 8 turkeys each time I visited the property. The home sits right above the boat ditch overlooking a +/- 21 acre pasture in the front and a +/- 19 acre pasture out the back door. This 2,688 sq/ft ranch-style house is very comfortable and befits the property.
You can walk out your front door and start catching 5+ lb largemouth bass in A few minutes. The Melugin Ranch has had everything from soybeans to clover planted for the wildlife, and has produced Pope and Young whitetails. The turkeys haven't received any hunting pressure and their behavior shows it. The beautiful 230 acre ranch has very diverse habitat and the great deer and turkey numbers are a direct result of excellent management and pure conservation. The creeks and boat ditch on this property are fed by Terre Noire creek to the southeast, which is a tributary of the Ouachita River. The North property line connects to 78+/- acres of Big Timber Wma, and that parcel is caddy corner to another 124 +/- acres of Big Timber Wma. The Melugin Ranch estate acts as a wildlife sanctuary to whitetail deer, bears, and turkey, especially as the hunting season progresses. There are 4 ponds on the 188 acres north of Melugin road, and 2 ponds accompanied by a year round spring south of Melugin road.
The town of Arkadelphia is only a short 22 minute drive away. If you're ready to move your family out of the city, and on to a beautiful ranch property then this is the place for you.
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Hot Springs - 58 miles - 1 hour 8 minutes
Little Rock - 83 miles - 1 hour 23 minutes
mixed use residential, recreational, ranchland,resides in the none neighborhood, 230 acre waterfront property, Clark County, 2688 Sq. Ft. house built in 1992, Arkadelphia school district,