Approximately 1.33 Wooded Parcel near Lake Sherwood
To Reserve This Property
- Click the “Reserve Now” button to access our credit / debit card processing screen and pay the reservation fee.
- Reservation fee payment initiates our deed preparation and documentation process.
- The Next Steps in Transaction Process are:
- We will promptly reply by e-mail or phone to get the name (or names, if recording jointly with a spouse) and address you want reflected on the deed.
- We will prepare and send the to you by e-mail 1) a copy of the notarized the Deed transferring the property to you and 2) an invoice by e-mail with a link to access our credit / debit card processing screen to pay the remaining amount due (Purchase price less the reservation fee already paid). If you wish to pay the balance owed by Cashiers check or money order, contact us to arrange the alternate method of payment.
- Once your payment clears our bank (usually same day or next day), we will send the original deed to the county to be recorded. We will pay all recording fees and transfer taxes.
- Once the county records the deed, they will send the original deed directly to you by mail. The recording process usually takes 2 to 4 weeks.
County APN 546-00056-000
Nottingham Acres Addition
Approx GPS Location 36.332964, -91.463079
A non-refundable fee of $195 is required to reserve the property and begin the purchase process. This fee will be credited toward the purchase price.
Seller pays all closing and recording costs when closed by us directly. Buyer pays all closing cost if closed using a 3rd party title company.
Other Fees / Costs
Estimated taxes and assessments: $215 / year (both parcels).
Nearby Attractions / Town
The Spring River is a 57-mile river which flows through Missouri and Arkansas. It consists of two branches, the South Fork of the Spring River and the Spring River proper. The South Fork of the Spring River joins the Spring River proper near the town of Hardy, Arkansas. The South Fork is a quiet stream with gravelly bars that are ideal for camping. The Spring River proper begins at Mammoth Spring State Park in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas. Mammoth Spring is the outlet of an underground river that runs from Missouri into Arkansas. Over 9.78 million US gallons per hour flow out of the out of the massive spring and forms the Spring River. It is predominantly spring fed with water averaging 58 °F and is suitable trout habitat.
The Spring River is a popular destination for tourists, canoers, and inner tubes. The most popular stretch of the river is between Mammoth Spring and the tourist town of Hardy. There are a variety of outfitters along the river who provide supplies, canoe rental, and shuttle services in the area between Mammoth Spring and Hardy. Several resorts provide lodging for tourists.
The Spring River has a diverse population of fish including trout, walleye, largemouth and smallmouth bass, channel catfish, redear sunfish, and tiger muskies. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission maintains a trout hatchery on the river and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service operates another on the river near Mammoth Spring.
The town of Hardy is just a 2 1/2-hour drive to Little Rock and, with its gorgeous views, slower pace of life, and laid-back charm, you will fall in love with the beautiful area scenery of this small Ozark mountain town called Hardy. When you visit, you will quickly find yourself taken back to those relaxed and peaceful days.
The area’s beautiful spring fed rivers, natural surroundings, and quaint and eclectic shops offer an adventure for browsing and shopping. Antiques, Collectables, Craft and Art will delight your imagination as you wander in and out of the shops on Historic Main Street. Time seems to move slower up in the hills as you glide a canoe through the cool Spring River water. Cast your fishing rod towards a trophy trout, or just sit back and relax while sitting on one of the many benches along the covered sidewalks on Main Street. The shop owners are always happy to have visitor’s stop in and browse.
The smallest Main Street with the biggest heart !
Make plans to pause in this wonderful town and enjoy a stay. Whether you’re parking your camper on the banks of the Spring River, cooking at a riverside cabin, or relaxing in one of our area Inn’s, you’ll feel your worries slip away as you press your own pause button and enjoy the peaceful tranquility of home town, Hardy Arkansas.
Click here for more information on the City of Hardy
Sharp County, Arkansas
Sharp County is located in Northeast Arkansas and, as of the 2010 census, had a population of 17,264. The county seat is Ash Flat. The county was formed on July 18, 1868, and named for Ephraim Sharp, a state legislator from the area.
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.
- Hardy City Hall: (870) 856-3811 / Website
- Hardy Water & Sewer: 870-856-3811 / Website
- Sharp County Planning 870-994-7361 / Website
- Sharp County Surveyor 870-856-4141 / Website
- Sharp County Tax Collector: 870-994-7334 / Website
- Sharp County Clerk’s Office: 870-994-7361 / Website
- Sharp County Assessor Office: 870-994-73