0.82 ACRES (3320 M2) Gorgeous Corner! 3 Lots connected near to Lake Omaha

Watonga Dr, Cherokee Village, AR 72529

$20,000 After Repair Value -
$12,000 Asking Price -
$0 Cost of Repairs =
$8,000 Potential Profit

Property Details

Asking Price $12,000

After Repair Value $20,000

Costs of Repairs $0

Potential Profit $8,000

Living Area 35,736 ft2

Property Type Land

Bedrooms 0

Bathrooms 0

Half Bathrooms N/A

Parking 0

Listed with Agent 0

Property Description

LOTS 6 AND 7 TEHAMA LN, CHEROKEE VILLAGELOT 8 WATONGA DRIVE, CHEROKEE VILLAGELote Size 35,736 square foot / 3320 square meterLand Type Residential – RESHSHOA: NOAnual Taxes: $20.50 each lotUtilities: Water, power poles, Phone, Sewer: Septic SystemPick One! Land Purchase Options: Own from $0 Down, $270 Per Month for 48 Months or $540 Per Month for 24 Months. Total: $12,960 or $12,000 Cash. Pay Off Your Balance at any time, No Early Payoff Fees! No Interest, No Extra Fees.CHEROKEE VILLAGE, ARKANSASCherokee Village is the perfect backdrop for your next adventure. With more than 13,000 acres set among the rolling hills and pristine natural beauty of the Arkansas Ozarks, there’s something for all ages.Soak up the sun on our seven lakes, hit the links on the two 18-hole golf courses, take a dip in the pools, go RVing and camping, play pickleball and tennis, spend the day fishing, cycling and hiking or just relax in a hammock.Golf CoursesCherokee Village is home to two golf courses – North and South.The North Course was designed by Cherokee Village developer John Cooper and features the South Fork River meandering along and through the entire length of the course. Its beautiful AND challenging! The El Toro Zoysia fairways and the Tifdwarf bermuda greens make for a great day of golf.The South Course – “A Hidden Diamond in Arkansas”One of Arkansas’ top courses is the Cherokee Village South Course. Golf Digest describes it as:“A hidden diamond in Arkansas… beautiful mountain course with a great design… bent greens and zoysia fairways. Bent greens are very good… a long challenge with sand and hills… need every club. Nice scenery, quick play, not crowded at all, terrific staff and friendly atmosphere.”7 Beautiful LakesNothing beats jumping into a cool refreshing lake on a beautiful summer day. In Cherokee Village you have your choice of not just one or two lakes, but seven different unique bodies of water! The lakes of Cherokee Village range from smaller, intimate lakes like Aztec, Cherokee and Navajo all the way up to Lake Thunderbird that boasts over seven miles of shoreline.Great FishingAll seven lakes offer great fishing (our lakes are stocked annually) for catfish, crappie, large-mouth bass and big bluegill. Lake Thunderbird and Lake Omaha are large enough for water skiing and pulling inner tubes and floats. Arkansas fishing is an angler’s dream where world-class fish have been caught, including brown trout, walleye and hybrid bass just to name a few. Anglers will find stripped and black bass fishing, in addition to catfish, crappie and bream that fill the waters across the state.Boat Rentals & MarinasThere are two marinas and both offer slips to dock your boat or you can rent a boat. At Lake Thunderbird Marina you can rent Deluxe (90 HP) or Super Deluxe (115 HP) pontoon boats perfect for skiing, tubing and fishing. Contact Thunderbird Marina (870) - for more information. They are located at 165 Iroquois Drive. They are open 8:00 am to Sundown (in season).Stress Free BoatingThe lakes of Cherokee Village are reserved for the private use of residents and guests. That means you can enjoy a beautiful day on the lake fishing, swimming or just enjoying the water in a tranquil, relaxed setting. Property Owners and guests can access Gitche Gumee swimming beach (open during summer season) on Lake Sequoyah.Cherokee Village – a great place to visit… An even better Relocation Destination!Cherokee Village has been attracting new residents for more than 60 years. Our beautiful location, wonderful amenities and mild weather has attracted new residents from all across the United States and from around the world. Cherokee Village is a fusion of recreation and retirement community with a strong emphasis on recreation!Our community covers more than 13,000 acres with a little under 5,000 permanent residents nestled into the gently rolling Ozark foothills. Our seven lakes range from small and intimate to large enough for boating and skiing and all of them offer great fishing. Our two beautiful golf courses challenge the most avid golfer.Home values in Cherokee VillageCherokee Village is a city in Arkansas and consists of 25 zip codes. There are homes for sale, ranging from $135,000 to $5,000,000. Cherokee Village has affordable townhomes.Housing MarketThe Cherokee Village housing market is somewhat competitive. The average sale price of a home in Cherokee Village up 60.0% since last year. The average sale price per square foot in Cherokee Village is $105, up 56.7% since last year.Features & AmenitiesYou’ll find a variety of community amenities including three recreational centers; parks, picnic areas, walking and hiking trails, six swimming pools, shuffle board, miniature golf, horseshoes, lakeside beach, fitness center, tennis courts, playgrounds, RV Park and campground and much more. Cherokee Village also has the important services including the White River Medical Complex offering the finest in healthcare and the Ash Flat Regional Airport supporting private aviation with its 5010 foot runway.Our People Make the DifferenceOur location, geography and amenities are all important but its the people of our village that make it such a unique place to live. Our residents come from all across the United States and quite a few different countries. This eclectic mix of personalities and backgrounds make us unlike any other community in Arkansas. Cherokee Village is a retirement-relocation community with a lively group of creative and diverse individuals. Why not come visit and see for yourself!Lake OmahaAt 139 acres (562,512 m2), Lake Omaha is one of the three biggest lakes within the complex. With lakes in the complex ranging in size from 19 to 264 acres, Lake Omaha is one of the few that allows water skiing. Forty feet deep at the dam, Lake Omaha supports all types of watercraft except jet skis. Water skiing and tubing are favorite activities here, and pontoon boats and power boating share space with sailboats, canoes, kayaks, paddleboats and sailboards. The lakes are clean, spring-fed and well-maintained with an excellent swim area. All lakes are open only to property owners and their guests who are often found fishing Lake Omaha and the smaller lakes. All lakes have been stocked with catfish, black bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill and other species native to the area. A small marina located on the lake supplies dock space and necessities to residents who don’t own lake frontage. A larger marina is located on Lake Thunderbird, and community centers are located at or near both lakes. A total of six swimming pools are located throughout the community for the use of residents at a nominal fee. The lakes and many community improvements are owned and maintained by the Suburban Improvement District to whom each property owner is assessed a small annual fee.The community has been planned to appeal to those with leisure time: two golf courses and a driving range are located within Cherokee Village, open only to residents. Both contain pro shops and golf cart rentals. Tournaments are held here several times a year. A Senior Citizen Center holds planned activities and meals for older adults, both those who remain in separate conventional homes and those that live in the townhouses, condos and retirement village. The Omaha Community Center contains a fully equipped health and fitness center, a stage and auditorium, meeting rooms, miniature golf, kitchen and spa facilities. More pools, a concession stand, miniature golf and additional meeting rooms are available at Thunderbird Community Center. Cherokee Village has a full compliment of civic organizations, special interest clubs, service groups and churches. There are tennis courts, horseshoe pits and shuffle board courts for those not engaged in fishing or boating. A gun club which maintains a trap range as well as a pistol and rifle range is located on the outskirts of the village. There is even an RV park and campground, open only to those with property owner permits for visitors. A small regional air strip south of the village serves area residents who are pilots. The Lake Omaha resident will find everything on their wish list readily available.Real estate with lake frontage has become more expensive in recent years; homes directly on Lake Omaha are upscale quality homes at a still-reasonable price. Back lots are considerably less expensive to purchase yet retain the benefits of lake ownership due to the covenants in place through the Suburban Improvement District. Younger residents have discovered the advantages of life at Lake Omaha, and their numbers are growing. Part of the appeal is the many nature-oriented activities in the surrounding area. Only 14 miles north of Lake Omaha, Mammoth Springs holds one of the world’s largest natural springs. Mammoth Spring is the origination point of the Spring River, considered one of the best canoeing rivers in the state. Spring River flows adjacent to Cherokee Village, and numerous outfitters in the area provide equipment rental and transportation to white-water adventures. The South Fork of the Spring River flows through Cherokee Village and provides not only excellent fishing for bass and the occasional walleye, but a water route to the village of Hardy. A leisurely float down the quieter stretches of the river provides the opportunity for picnicking on the many sandbars and viewing wildlife, foliage and wildflowers. Deer are plentiful in the Lake Omaha area – even in the village.The area around Lake Omaha is filled with beautiful vistas and plenty of trails for walking and mountain biking. Camping and hiking trails are also available at Mammoth Spring State Park on the Arkansas-Missouri state line. The Jordan Recreation Area and campground on Norfolk Reservoir is 50 miles to the west, as is a unit of the Ozark National Forest and Blanchard Springs Caverns. Forty miles beyond is famed Bull Shoals Lake and State Park. Between are many rivers and streams for canoeing, rafting, fishing and exploring. The small towns of the Ozarks are a joy to explore, with friendly residents and quaint bed-and-breakfasts in scenic settings. Hardy is a well-known crafts and antique-hunters destination. Besides Hardy and Mammoth Springs, nearby villages like Ash Fork and Evening Shade hold their own small town charm. Local communities can provide groceries and staples, but major shopping requires a trip to Jonesboro, Searcy or Little Rock. Children from Cherokee Village attend the excellent Highland Schools in Hardy; Ash Fork is home to the new Ozarka College, a two-year college.Vacation rentals near Lake Omaha can be found, usually private residences available by the week or month. Other forms of lodgings can be found at Hardy less than five miles away. So come spend some time at Lake Omaha and explore the Cherokee Village area.


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