Horseshoe Bend, AR
A 0.41 acre parcel near downtown Horseshoe Bend, AR yet close to Crown Lake.
Approximately 0.41 Acres
To Buy This Property:
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|The Next Steps in Process are:|
|1) We will prepare and send to you by e-mail a copy of the executed and notarized deed transferring the property to you.|
|2) We will send you a receipt and send the original executed and notarized deed to the county to be recorded. You will receive a tracking # from us when it is sent. We will pay all recording fees and transfer fees.|
|3) Once the county records the deed, they will send the original recorded deed directly to you by USPS Priority mail. You will receive a tracking #. The recording process usually takes 2 to 4 weeks.|
Horseshoe Bend, AR
1105 Pioneer Lake Dr., Horseshoe Bend, AR 72512
Pioneer Park Lot 578
Paved Public Road
N. AR Electric Coop
Approx GPS Location 36.232361, -91.770123
Purchase price must be paid according to the terms above. To pay check instead – call us, phone # below.
We will conduct an “in-house” closing and we will pay all closing and recording costs.
Estimated annual taxes and assessments are $110/year.
Nearby Attractions / Town
Set in the rolling Arkansas foothills of the magnificent Ozark Mountains is beautiful Crown Lake. The lake is part of Horseshoe Bend, a vacationer’s paradise offering a ton of recreational possibilities in a landscape of breathtaking beauty.
Situated in the highlands, Crown Lake is on Bens Creek in Izard County, Arkansas and near the Strawberry River, a prime white water destination that runs through the city.
Crown Lake is the largest of three lakes in Horseshoe Bend. It offers some great bass, catfish, bream and crappie fishing and you can partake in any water sport imaginable. Boating, waterskiing, swimming, and canoeing are popular with visitors and residents. The area’s peaceful and quiet atmosphere, beauty of the highlands, plus plenty of activity make Horseshoe Bend attractive.
There are a host of things to do in Horseshoe Bend. Two golf courses provide action to golfers. You can search for crafts and antiques in the novelty stores. Visit the Mammoth Spring State Park. Tour the wonder of the Blanchard Springs Caverns nestled deep in the Ozark National Forest. Snap your fingers to mountain music at the Horseshoe Bend Music Theatre. And finally, lay back at beautiful Crown Lake, take in the splendid view of the Ozark foothills pressed against the gorgeous sunset while the glowing water stretches beneath you.
Almost all varieties of fresh water game fish are found in the lake, which is fed by the North Fork River and its tributaries. Bass, walleye, crappie, bream and catfish all make their home in its waters. he North Fork River below the dam is a popular and productive trout fishing stream, and the Norfork National Fish Hatchery, available for tours, assures a continuous supply of trout to maintain the populations of the North Fork, the White and other area trout streams.
The best kept secret in north Arkansas is Horseshoe Bend. Nestled in the Ozark Mountains on the Strawberry River, this quaint town is the perfect place to find rest, relaxation, and recreation.
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The crown jewel of the town is the 640-acre Crown Lake. On Crown Lake, water lovers can participate in a variety of activities, including swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, water skiing, and tubing. Crown Lake is best known for good fishing, but it is not the only sought-after fishing hole in the area. Besides Crown Lake and the Strawberry River, fishing enthusiasts can also visit one of the smaller fishing lakes – Diamond, Pioneer, and North.
There are plenty of activities for young and old alike! Golfers have their choice between two par 3, 18-hole golf courses. Citizens and guests can also bowl, pitch horseshoes, and play miniature golf. The town has several stores, a library, three resorts, a community theater, a spa, and several restaurants.
The citizens of Horseshoe Bend take pride in the community spirit and the ability to offer a memorable experience for all who come to visit. The Music in the Mountains show occurs every third Saturday of the month, and during summer, the Farmers’ Market occurs every Wednesday. Every year, the town celebrates Dogwood Days on the second Saturday of May, and Independence Day is celebrated every 4th of July with a parade and fireworks. The annual Christmas parade occurs on the first Saturday in December. There are many more events that happen throughout the year, thanks to the numerous civic groups which are active in Horseshoe Bend. All of these events embrace the unique Ozark culture of small-town pride and fellowship.
The largest town in Izard County with 2,180 residents, Horseshoe Bend is accessible to the state’s most scenic highways. The town is centrally located and just a 3-hour drive to Little Rock, Memphis, and Springfield. With its gorgeous views, slower pace of life, and laid-back charm, Horseshoe Bend is the perfect place to stay a week or a lifetime.
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Important Pre-Buy Information
This property is sold “As Is” and “Where Is” subject to existing taxes, assessments, covenants, conditions, restriction, rights, of way and easements of record. Before purchasing, do your pre-buy due diligence and read the information about city and available services by clicking the above Horseshoe Bend link or using the contact information below.
Local Utility and Governmental Contacts
- Horseshoe Bend City Hall: 870-670-5113 / Website
- Horseshoe Bend Water & Sewer: 870-670-5885 / Website
- Municipal Recreation Improvement District: 870-670-5184 / Website
- Horseshoe Bend Building & Zoning: 870-670-5113 / Website
- North Arkansas Electric Cooperative: 870-670-5600 / Website
- Izard County Tax Collector: 870-368-7247 / Website
- Izard County Clerk’s Office: 870-368-4316 / Website
- Izard County Assessor Office: 870-368-7810 / Website