AD: New Flyer Homes listing offers off-grid living in Upper Buffalo Wilderness

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The latest listing from Flyer Homes is a handcrafted, self-sustaining, off-grid homestead on 36 wooded acres in the Buffalo National River Headwaters, right in the heart of the International Mountain Bike Epic Trail System.

Live off of the land with a gravity-fed water system with cistern, a concrete freshwater collection system, solar photo-voltaic system with a 3000-watt inverter, rocket stove which heats the home, and a wood fired water heater.

The property includes three ponds, a greenhouse, an orchard with cherry trees, pear trees and peach trees. There’s a woodshed/workshop, an in-home cellar and multiple fenced areas for farm animals like chickens and goats.

It’s a perfect home base for mountain bikers, considering the Upper Buffalo Mountain Bike Trails cross right over the road just a quarter mile from the front door. Of course, the property is also perfect for trail enthusiasts or anyone looking to live an off-grid, self-sustaining lifestyle. It could also serve as a great AirBnB investment opportunity.

For more information, call TJ Bowen at 501-388-4931 or Katie Dabbs at 479-387-6552, or visit

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