Finn and Feather Lodge has been in business with enough return business and referrals to maintain and grow a profitable endeavor. It sits on a one acre lot with water frontage on 2 sides of the property. The lodge is set up with nine bedrooms, five full baths, and three half baths to give privacy to more than one group of visitors. It has multiple kitchens for each group for having their own convenience in cooking and cleaning up. The heating and air is structured so different sections of the lodge can be kept separate to maintain a lower electric bill. It has many updated features such as a commercial ice maker, updated kitchen, and many other features. It has a lake on one side of the lodge that goes directly into the Arkansas River with a large boat dock for the great hunting and fishing opportunities the river offers. The other side of the property has a lake that has trophy bass and several species of native fish. For a profitable business venture or a large home on the lake contact Dick Luebke with Thompson Trice Realty at 870-830-0106. Information on acreage and dimensions were take from the tax card. Additional photos can be seen on the internet at Finn and Feather Lodging in Reydell, Arkansas.
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