Real Estate: Trio of Arkadelphia apartment buildings change ownership

Clark County real estate transactions recorded Sept. 21 through Oct. 5 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 $538,000 sale of two apartment complexes and a vacant lot off of Country Club Road. Scott Nelson, of Malvern and doing business as Sage Holdings LLC, purchased three apartment buildings: a 2,322-SF one-level complex at 4 Ashbury Court, a 3,568-SF 2-story complex at 6 Ashbury Court, and a 3,568-SF 2-story complex at 1201 N. 26th St., from Randy and Lori Stewart. The Stewarts purchased the properties for $340,000 in 2003.

For $415,000 David and Jodi Spurbeck bought a 2,361-SF brick home and 16.28 acres of pasture at the 2000 block of Highway 128, near Joan. The property last sold in 2022 to Sharika Johnson for $390,000.

Three undeveloped riverfront lots at Caddo Paddock, properties on Old Military Road, on the Caddo River, sold to Christina Carlson d/b/a Mediterranean Avenue LLC, of Proctor, Arkansas, for a grand total of $400,000. Selling the property was Cardinal Land Holdings, a Benton-based LLC managed by Derek Franklin.

For $290,000 Patricia Richardson d/b/a G2L2 LP, of Grapevine, Texas, bought a 2,582-SF frame siding home on Cherry Street, in Arkadelphia. The property formerly belonged to Steven and Karen Wydra, who bought it in 2022 for $277,000.

David Akin, of Fulton and d/b/a Akin & Son Inc., purchased 24.75 acres of timberland on Frost Road, in Caddo Valley, for $270,000. The property last changed hands in 2022, when the Amity-based 5J Property Management LLC bought it for $165,000.

For $255,000 Mason Carver bought a 1,728-SF frame siding home on Malvern Road, in Caddo Valley. Previous owners were Roy and Barbara Slaughter.

Tonya Matlock purchased a 1,636-SF brick home on Northridge Drive, in Arkadelphia, for $249,900. Previous owners Cody and Kayla Thompson bought the property in 2018 for $182,000.

For $185,000 John Huddleston and Lydia Holcomb bought a 2,240-SF brick home on Friendship Drive, in Arkadelphia. Previous owner Linda Haynie bought the property for $112,000 in 2013.

Haley Jo Wesson purchased a 1,403-SF brick home at the 1900 block of Sylvia Street, in Arkadelphia, for $178,000. Taylor Kind d/b/a Chinquapin Properties LLC bought the home in April of this year for $60,000.

For $175,000 Andrew Goza bought a 1,896-SF brick home on North Park Drive, in Arkadelphia. Previous owners Amanda and John Bowers bought the property for $115,000 in 1998.

For $150,000 Sarah Mochkin, of Little Rock and d/b/a Montgomery Rental LLC, purchased a 4-acre wooded lot on High School Drive between Stephenwood Drive and Badger Lane. The property last sold in 2000 for $230,000 to MJK Properties Management LLC, which is registered to Max Johnson, of Fordyce.

Victoria and Orey Doss purchased 40.61 acres of timberland on Calvin Road, east of Amity and north of Highway 8, for $145,625. Previous owner William Loye bought the property in 2011 for $62,000.

For $132,500 Hunter Hasley bought a 1,328-SF frame siding home and 2.5 acres on Hasley Road, near Gum Springs. Previous owners Diana Grace and John Dikeman purchased the property in 2020 for $72,000.

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