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Rison Retreat - $450,000 (Rison)

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1890 Pumpkin Hill Rd
Youll love this spacious home nestled in the heart of Rison's rolling countryside, just minutes away from two scenic parks and a vibrant downtown area. Head inside and youre greeted by updated carpet floors and an abundance of natural light in the spacious living room, perfect for hosting large gatherings. The property hosts wild turkeys, deer, and fish for your outdoor pleasure.

Updated flooring, appliances, decks, plumbing

-Recreational Investment Property -Timberland -2 story brick home -2 Historic Railroad Cars -Small Chapel -2 Sun decks -10 acre lake with piers -Bed and breakfast -Event Venue -Hunting Lodge -Single Family Home

About the Presidential Railroad Car

1905-1960 The Traveler served the officials of the Cotton Belt Railroad from the time of its construction by American Car & Foundry Company in November 1905 until it was sold early in 1960. Listed in Arkansas Register of Historic Places on 11/04/04

The Traveler was built for the Cotton Belt by American Car & Foundry Company (ACF) in November 1905, and named after the Arkansas Traveler. ACF had been formed on March 17, 1899, in New York City by consolidating thirteen independent railroad car builders across the country, and it has remained a prominent rail car builder throughout the twentieth century. Originally, the Traveler was sheathed in wood, as were most railroad cars prior to World War I, and it was one of the finest business cars in service at the time of its construction

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