1.1 miles Lake Navajo, 1.5 miles Lakes Thunderbird and Sequoyah!


This Resort Property is 0.37 Acres, 16,200 sq. ft. with 90 feet of Paved Road Frontage in Cherokee Village Resort Community. Close to the 7 Lakes, River and 2 Golf Courses.

Click the Buy Now button and complete the Checkout Process. We cover ALL of the Closing Costs. We can complete your new purchase within a day or two.

You can pay by Wire Transfer, Cashier’s Check, Money Order, Bank Account ACH Direct Payment, Credit Card or Debit Card. There are NO Additional Closing Costs or Fees.

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Call us or Text us at 501-295-3380 if you have any questions on purchasing your New Property. You can also email us at [email protected]  Your LandYouOwn Property ID is Muskogee Drive Lot 23.

This Lake and Golf Property is located close to Lake Aztec, Lake Chanute, Lake Omaha, Lake Cherokee, Lake Sequoyah, Lake Navajo, Lake Thunderbird and South Fork of Spring River. Near South Golf Course and North Golf Course in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. Electrical poles and lines, City Water and Internet Services are available.


Property Description

Cherokee Village has a wealth of amenities, including SEVEN LAKES with boating, fishing and swimming at A PRIVATE BEACH or any of the 4 SWIMMING POOLS. Water skiing and sailing are also favorite pastimes. There is a playground, meeting halls, miniature golf, shuffleboard, horseshoe court, fitness center, tennis courts, indoor pickleball courts, 3 RECREATION CENTERS, campground, churches of virtually all denominations, TWO CHAMPIONSHIP 18 HOLE GOLF COURSES and special events. There are over 50 DIFFERENT CLUBS in Cherokee Village catering to all interests and a wonderful sense of community rarely found in this day and age. Resort/retirement community has 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.

The largest town in Sharp County and Fulton County with 4,648 residents, Cherokee Village is accessible to the state’s most scenic highways. The town with its gorgeous views, slower pace of life, and laid-back charm, Cherokee Village is the perfect place to stay a week or a lifetime.

Low state taxes, low cost of living (ARKANSAS IS RANKED 2nd in the Nation with the LOWEST COST OF LIVING 2019 and 2020), an outstanding school system and great Ozark Mountain scenery.  Activities for everyone regardless of age with natural beauty unsurpassed. 

Arkansas is known as the Natural State with all its beautiful Mountains, Lakes, Rivers, and laid-back peaceful settings with great down-home people. 600,000 acres of lakes and 9,700 miles of streams and rivers. The State has 3.1 million acres of Wildlife Management Areas, 6 National Parks, 52 State Parks, 7 National and 3 State Scenic Byways including the Nation’s first National River, The Buffalo River.  

There are more Nearby Lakes, Rivers, National Forest, Wildlife Management Areas (with almost a million acres to enjoy hunting and nature), State Land and Parks. AR has 115 Wildlife Management Areas with 3.1 million acres. Enjoy Hunting, World-class Trout Rivers, all Lake & River Sports, Great Fishing, Kayaking, Scuba Diving, Hiking, Camping, Cycling, Horseback Riding, Canoeing, Bird and Nature Watching and more.

There is NO time limit to build on your property. Check with the Building and Zoning Commission for your particular lot covenants. (870)257-5522

Electricity is provided by North Arkansas Electric Co-op (Website)

Water Department (Website)

Internet and Phone is provided by Centurylink (Website)

Property Details:

Property ID: Muskogee Drive Lot 23  

Parcel Size: 0.37 Acres M/L

City: Horseshoe Bend

State: Arkansas

County: Sharp

Address: Muskogee Drive Lot 23

Zip: 72529

Parcel Number: 300-00463-000

Water: Cherokee Village Waterworks

Sewer: Approved Septic System

Power: North Arkansas Electric Co-op

Zoning: R-1 Residential

Assessment Fees: $90.00 Annual

GPS: 36.28800, -91.542200

Phone: Land Line and or Cell

Access: Road Frontage

Title: Special Warranty Deed

Taxes: $20.50 per Year

Terrain: Flat/Treed

Elevation: Approximately 660 feet

Legal: MUSKOGEE  DR  Subdivision: SEMINOLE THIRD  Block/Lot: 17 / 23

Time Limit To Build: None

Building Covenants: Building Covenants Click HERE  –    Minimum of 800 square. No structure of a temporary character, trailer, basement, tent, shack, garage, barn or other out-building shall be constructed or placed on any lot. Building Planning and Zoning Office (870) 257-5522..

Important Contacts and Numbers

Cherokee Village Water (870) 257-3508

Building and Zoning Commission (870)-257-5522

North Arkansas Electric Co-op (870)-670-4361

Fulton County Clerk (870) 895-3310

Fulton County Tax Collector (870)-368-7247

Visiting the property at your convenience – GPS coordinates:

NW 36.28800, -91.542200

NE 36.287900, -91.541700                

SW 36.287700, -91.542300     

SE 36.28770, -91.541800

Ctr 36.287800, -91.54200

Nearby Cities, Points of Interest, Attractions and approximate distance

6 minutes to Hardy Arkansas (more info) and Spring River (more info)

8 minutes to Ash Flat Arkansas (more info) and Alexander Spring River Wildlife Management Area (more info)

25 minutes to Mammoth Springs Arkansas (more info) and Spring River (more info)

53 minutes to Calico Rock Arkansas (more info) and the White River (more info)

1 hr 16 minutes to Jonesboro Arkansas (more info)

2 hrs 15 minutes to Buffalo National River and Wildlife Management Area (WMA), Arkansas (Buffalo River) (Buffalo River WMA)

2 hrs 10 minutes to Harrison, Arkansas: Population 13,000 (more info)

2 hrs 16 minutes to Memphis, Tennessee: Population 652,000 (more info)

2 hrs 25 minutes to Little Rock, Arkansas: Population 198,000 (more info)

2 hr 44 minutes to Springfield, Missouri: Population 167,000 (more info)

4 hrs 3 minutes to St. Louis, Missouri: Population 308,000 (more info)

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