Lot 5 of block 14-Blount and Moss addition
.17 acres - 7,405 square feet - approximately 148 x 50 feet
Nw -91.147 33.03234
Ne -91.5509 33.83115
Sw -91.147 33.04734
Se- -91.0183 33.5395
It has all city utilities at the lot line. The lot for sale is next to an 1104 sf home with the street address 1111 N Alma St. Dermott, Ar 71638
Zoning is residential or mobile
Taxes are app. $33 per year paid and current
This lot has some tall trees in the front next to paved Alma St. The lot is being sold for the same price as the house next to it, which was sold $7,500 when that house was just vacant land - $7,500
The lot has all city utilities at the lot line.
The 1104 sf home next to the lot for sale street address is 1111 N Alma St. Dermott, Ar 71638.
Dermott began as an agricultural center, emerged into a railroad town, and entertained a lucrative timber industry. The timber companies eventually moved out, the trains quit stopping, and the town's economy reverted to one based largely on agriculture.
The wide, tree-lined streets are a main attraction in Dermott. H. VanPatten had oak trees planted along the main thoroughfares in the 1890S. A swamp chestnut oak on West Gaines Street is the second largest of its kind in the state. According to local tradition, future president General Zachary Taylor stopped to rest under this tree in the 1830S while surveying a route for the Indian Removal. As he left, he marked it with his ax, and residents named it the Zachary Taylor tree. Nearby Lake Wallace, an oxbow lake of Bayou Bartholomew, provides recreation and fishing. Some of the cypress trees in it provide visitors with the northernmost glimpse of Spanish moss along the bayou in Arkansas.
Held annually since the 1980S, the Dermott Crawfish Festival is celebrated every third weekend of May.
Things to do...
We have collected a variety of top attractions in and around Dermott. Here's some ideas for you to get your groove in town. Dermott has a multitude of great libraries and reading rooms. Wherever your interests lie you'll find an assortment of genres at Paul Sullins Public Library. Spend a little time at the library and you'll soon be showing off your massive intellect and expounding on the works of Carl Phillips at social gatherings. Go and enjoy art as it should be experienced at Desha County Museum. How about a few museums? Go visit the Snyder Memorial Museum, or Cottonlandia Museum.
Take it up a notch with something a little more exciting. Clark County Fairgrounds is not too far and always has great fun stuff for all. Even when the fair is not in town there are usually tons of economical family things to do. From livestock auctions to tasty fried treats and car shows the local fairgrounds near Dermott are cool for finding family stuff to do. Find out what's going at the Dermott Fair and Events Directory. Bowling at Crossett Lanes. Or take a ride to the Timberlodge Entertainment Center.
While in Dermott drop by the Brewer's Club 65 & Diner.
Directions to Land
Lake Village Welcome Center, Lake Village, AR 71653
to Dermott, Arkansas 71638
23 min (21.1 miles)
via US-278 W/US-65 N
Fastest route, the usual traffic
Lake Village Welcome Center
Lake Village, AR 71653
Head northwest on US-278 W/US-65 N/US-82 W toward AR-159 N
Continue to follow US-278 W/US-65 N
Pass by O'Reilly Auto Parts (on the right in 2.2 mi)
Turn left onto AR-35 N
Turn right onto S Main St
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