Real Estate: Arkadelphia Physical Therapy sells portion of lot for bypass intersection

This post and headline were updated to correct the amount of acreage the Arkansas Highway Commission purchased from Arkadelphia Physical Therapy. We regret the error.

Clark County real estate transactions recorded July 28 through Aug. 10, 2023, having a value of $100,000 or greater. Information is gathered from public records held by the Clark County Circuit Clerk, online real estate records via and the Arkansas Secretary of State. The Arkadelphian includes names of grantees, grantors, transaction price and property description available, and does not withhold names.

Highlighting this round of real estate transactions is the $825,000 sale of a portion of the Arkadelphia Physical Therapy, located at 3030 Pine St., to the Arkansas Highway Commission. The facility sits on 2.44 acres, 0.88 of which were sold to the state. The grantor, LWAGG, is registered to Todd George, of Little Rock. . There are plans to add an intersection at the location that will connect Pine Street to Professional Park Drive; the current outlet at West Pine Exxon will be cut off once the Arkadelphia Bypass is complete. The bypass will end across the street from where Arkadelphia Physical Therapy sits, at the former site of Lucky Liquor.

For $415,000 Dusty and Susan Hoskyn bought 80 acres of timber on Ashbrook Road, east of the Antoine River. Previous owner Sidney Phillips bought the land in 2008 for $344,000.

Tex and Mary Toomey purchased a 2,230-SF brick home and 1.5 acres at Belle Drive, in the Central community, for $287,000. Previous owners Brody and Angela Bright bought the property for $215,000 in 2020.

Michael and Kathy Ball purchased a 2,318-SF brick home on 3.1 acres at the 400 block of Red Hill Road for $245,000. Previous owners Michael and Joyce Tate bought the property in 2008 for $163,000.

For $240,000 Lim Tang bought a 1,530-SF brick home at the 2700 block of Evonshire Drive, in Arkadelphia. Previous owners Tyler and Anna Rosenthal paid $181,000 when they bought the property in 2020.

Elizabeth Morris purchased a 1,887-SF brick home at the 2200 block of Forrest Park Drive, in Arkadelphia, for $220,000. Previous owners Justin and Allyson Griffin paid $131,000 when they bought the property in 2008.

For $215,000 Larry Jefferson bought a 2,025-SF brick home at Hillcrest Cove, in Arkadelphia. Previous owner Gigi Givens bought the home in 2022 for $200,000.

Jenifer Thibodeaux bought a 1,521-SF frame siding home at Pinewood Drive, in Arkadelphia, for $176,000. Previous owners Nathan and Jennifer Fayard bought the property in 2012 for $103,000.

Jeremy and Amanda Woods purchased a house lot on a cul de sac at Paradise Circle, in Caddo Valley, for $175,000. Previous owner William Hale II last bought the property in 2021, for $170,000.

Nueces Land & Minerals Limited Partnership purchased 74.14 acres of timber on East Whelen Road, just southeast of Whelen Springs, for $171,315. Jack Williams III is listed as a partner of that company, which is registered to a San Antonio, Texas, address. Nueces Land & Minerals now owns a total of 632 acres in Clark County, most of which is located around Whelen Springs or the Sycamore community, as well as acreage at the northern tip of the county, near Amity. Previous owner of the recently sold property was the Serge and Mary Krikorian Revocable Trust.

For $161,500 the Carl Maxwell Revocable Trust bought a 1,632-SF brick home at the 2700 block of Center Street, in Arkadelphia. Previous owner Nasha Dixon bought the property in 2020 for $110,000.

Mason and Megan Chapmond purchased a 1,288-SF brick home at the 900 block of South 21st St., in Arkadelphia, for $160,000. Previous owners Branson and Amy Beard bought the home in 2017 for $120,000.

For $152,200 Jamie Rusher bought a 1,564-SF frame siding home on 1.64 acres at South Lake Drive, in the DeGray community. Previous owner was Cleric Capital LLC.

Farrah and Ladana Buckley purchased a 1,215-SF brick home at the 700 block of South 19th Street, in Arkadelphia, for $141,000. Previous owners Billy and Cindy Barton bought the home in 2008 for $83,000.

For $140,000 Emily and Grant Williams bought a 1,512-SF brick home at the 1300 block of Walnut Street, in Arkadelphia. Previous owners Jared and Mary Farley paid $75,000 when they bought the property in 2016.

Jeff and Louisa Dill purchased 45 acres of timberland adjacent to and north of Highway 51, near Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, for $110,000. Previous owners were Jonathan and Sara Kelly.

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