Two-story 2,300-sq-ft farmhouse, 7 miles from the famous courtsquare in Mountain View, in a secluded setting on a working cattle farm. This property offers a unique opportunity for family groups, sportsmen, or nature lovers.
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This beautiful family home is decorated with an eclectic mix of antiques and contemporary decor. It sleeps up to 12, with two bathrooms, a large well-stocked kitchen, a 1-acre fenced yard surrounded by woods and cattle pasture, and expansive living areas inside and out.
Downstairs bedroom: 1 full bed, 1 daybed (twin length but narrower)
Upstairs bedroom 1: 1 queen bed, 1 antique youth-size bed
Upstairs bedroom 2 (bunk room): 2 twin-over-full bunk beds
The downstairs bathroom features an antique claw-foot tub with handheld shower, while the upstairs bath has a conventional shower/tub combo. Kitchen table seats 8, and there is a laundry room with full-size front loading washer and dryer.
WiFi is available, and there are TVs with Roku streaming boxes in the living room, den and bunk room (Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu). Dish Network, X-Box One, and small DVD library; large collection of books including many children’s books and activities; and lots of family board games, cards, dominoes, etc.
The house features a large wraparound porch with ample seating, a gas grill, and picnic tables on the porch and in the yard. There is also a screened second-floor porch with camp cots. There is ramp access to the back door of the house.
Other features include a wood fireplace in the living room, piano, children’s play set in the yard, climbing rope swing by the creek, and accommodations for pets.
(Smoking only on the porch or outdoors, please.)
Included in your reservation is access to approximately 200 acres of private land right outside your door, including fields, woods, and creeks. You have private access to Tomahawk Creek, including the “high bank hole" - a beautiful secluded spot about 1/4 mile from the house, where you are welcome to fish, camp, and explore the creek banks.
ATVs, etc. are welcome! Access to the creek is occasionally limited to 4-wheel-drive (or on foot) in wet weather.
There is also a cattle pond about 300 yards from the house, where you are welcome to fish. Along with whitetail deer, turkeys, and other wildlife, cattle will be peacefully sharing the property with you at times. Don't bother them, and they won't bother you!
This property is about a 15-20 minute drive from the town of Mountain View, and the route includes 2 miles of dirt road. Cellular service varies but can generally be accessed about a half mile up the road, if not at the house. We provide free WiFi, along with a telephone for local calls.
Well-behaved pets are welcome inside and out, with prior approval. The fenced yard includes approximately 1/3 acre fenced for dogs, with a doghouse and some pet supplies provided.
We can also accommodate hunting dogs with more secure housing in enclosed sheds and covered chain-link runs. Please discuss your pet needs with us prior to booking.
$200 nightly (plus tax) for parties of up to 6
Add $10/night per additional guest for parties of 7 or more
$50 cleaning fee per stay
Minimum two-night stay
Contact us using the form below to check availability or for more information!
You may also book online using our listing on Trip Advisor, VRBO or AirBnB.
We cater to hunting groups with special packages during deer and turkey season. Guided hunting is available for a daily per-person fee that includes lodging in the farmhouse and exclusive access for your group to around 500 acres of prime hunting ground.
No high fences. No tame animals. No extra charge for trophy kills. Just authentic, fair-chase hunting of wild game in its natural Ozark Mountain habitat. Farm land with a mixture of woods and small clearings, pastures, creeks, and ponds. Land is reserved for one group at a time, and gates are locked.
Wild, free-ranging whitetail deer are plentiful on our property. We feed corn beginning in August and plant attractants such as winter wheat in select areas to help draw in and sustain the population. And you won’t find a better turkey hunting spot in Arkansas or better, more experienced callers and guides. Our guides will help you choose the best spots to hunt, and will assist you as much or little as you like!
Tree stands and ground-level blinds are provided, along with the assistance of experienced local hunters. This service includes a tour of the best hunting spots to get you set up, help with collecting and processing kills, and other advice and assistance. We will help whenever you need us and stay out of your way when you don’t. (Minimum 3 hunters)
Please visit RichwoodsHunting.com for more information.
Known for its folk music, arts & crafts, and abundance of nature, the Mountain View area is home to many attractions and events. We are happy to suggest activities and restaurants suitable for your group. Just ask.
The house is about 15 minutes from downtown shopping and music on the square, 20 minutes from the Ozark Folk Center State Park (ozarkfolkcenter.com) and the White River, and 35 minutes from Blanchard Springs Caverns and the Ozark National Forest (fs.usda.gov/osfnf).
Other area attractions include music shows; Loco Ropes Adventure Course (locoropes.com); Pine Hills Golf Course; Arkansas Craft School (arkansascraftschool.org) and the Arkansas Craft Guild Gallery; Heavy Chains Off-Road Park (on Facebook); Stone Drive-in Theatre, one of only three drive-ins still operating in the state (stonedrivenin.net); and Gravity BrewWorks, a local nano-brewery located a few miles from Blanchard Caverns (gravitybrewworks.com).
Special events are frequent and cater to all interests. They include the Arkansas Folk Festival in April; Bean Fest & Great Arkansas Outhouse Races in October; “Off the Beaten Path” Studio Tour of local artists’ home studios in September (offthebeatenpathstudiotour.com); Mountain View Bluegrass Festival in March and November (mountainview-bluegrass.com); Mountains, Music & Motorcycles in August; Syllamo’s Revenge and other mountain bike and trail running races in the national forest; Caroling in the Caverns and other concerts inside Blanchard Caverns; Mountains & Mistletoe Craft & Vendor Show in November, and much, much more!