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Arkansas, Sharp County, Cherokee Village, Lot 13 Block 4, Electricity, Water. TERMS: $50/Month
Arkansas, Sharp County, Cherokee Village, Lot 13 Block 4, Electricity, Water. TERMS: $50/Month

Our Price: $5,170
Down Payment $121.00

Down Payment with Selected Options: $121.00

Quantity in Stock:SOLD


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Cherokee Village

Cochise Road, Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Lot 13 Block 04

This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts will be emailed and hard copy mailed to you immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments.

Down Payment: $121

Monthly Payments: $50

Sales Price: $5,097

Interest Rate: 9%


The checkout above bills the down payment only.

Size: Acres

TAXES: Less than $100 per acre

UTILITIES: Electricity, Water, Paved Road


Elevation: Moderate Slope

Paved street

Location and Legal Description

Cochise Road just off Flathead Drive, Cherokee Village, Arkansas

Check out this beautiful wooded half acre building site! It’s very affordable and a perfect homesite for a stay-and-play cabin or retirement dream home. You’ll have plenty of room and be close to the South Fork River and Town Center in Cherokee Village.

Available Lots Remaining in Cherokee Village

View From 113 Cochise Road Cherokee Village, Arkansas

The town of Cherokee Village, AR was the first planned recreational community in the state, founded by Arkansas developer John Cooper in 1954 on the banks of the South Fork River. Today, the area is a 15,000-acre resort destination that is home to a population of 4,700 full-time residents and more than 15,000 property owners.

Cherokee Village holds an anniversary and reunion party every 10 years. Just what is this family-friendly community celebrating? A location in the natural beauty of the Ozarks, two private 18-hole golf courses, six swimming pools, a private beach, tennis courts, recreation and sports centers, fitness and senior centers, horseshoe pits, nature trails, RV park, and lakes for boating and fishing. Additionally, the 15,000-acre resort/retirement community has more than 125 local clubs and organizations, excellent schools, low taxes, and enjoys four distinct seasons. And, if that's not enough, a river runs through it.

Cutting through the lush land and hardwood forests of Cherokee Village is the South Fork River, which flows into the well-known Spring River. Both rivers are popular in the region for floating, and fishing for trout and walleye. Serving as the headwaters for the Spring River is Mammoth Spring, flowing at more than nine million gallons of 58-degree water per hour. This 58-degree water provides plenty of fresh water throughout the year. The river is crystal-clear, with long pools and whitewater falls. At nearby Mammoth Spring is Mammoth Spring State Park, offering exhibits, picnic sites, a trail, ball field, restored depot which houses a museum, and children's playground as well as a view of the spring and lake. Visitors to this vacation destination can stay in a cottage, timeshare, home, condo, and golf course or lakeside rentals. The nearby town of Hardy is a great day trip destination, with a unique downtown and lots of quaint shops.

Our Price $50.00