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Harrison, AR Real Estate

address: 5653  Creekland
$1,200,000 • 5653 Creekland Harrison, AR
Speechless! A must see to truly appreciate all this property has to offer. Well maintained home, built in 2000, 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, 2,366 square feet, 2
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address: 1305  Court
$234,900 • 1305 Court Harrison, AR
Brick exterior home located on a corner lot. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage home is a single level. Updated kitchen, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces. One
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address: 1322  Rogers
$985,000 • 1322 Rogers Harrison, AR
Beautiful Barn Style custom-built home with 3 bed, 3 1/2 bath home on 5.45 acres at the end of the cul-de-sac. Enjoy the spacious screened front porch, open floor
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address: 1410  Capps
$299,900 • 1410 Capps Harrison, AR
Minutes from Downtown Harrison AR. This property features a large spacious yard, additional paved parking behind the house with access to the deck and patio. Vinyl
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address: 603  Paddington
$330,000 • 603 Paddington Harrison, AR
New house awaiting you to make it a Home. Beautiful open split bedroom floor plan, with study office and a large pantry. Covered front & back
... View more information on listing: 575198
address: 6952  Whispering Pine
$587,500 • 6952 Whispering Pine Harrison, AR
Looking for a Distant View! Check out this View from your Covered Deck, views from the open pasture framed by tree with rolling mountains in the distance. Spacious
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Harrison, AR Information

Harrison, Arkansas is an attractive, interesting town located in the heart of Ozark Mountains and is the county seat of Boone County. The town of Harrison is recognized widely for its beautifully renovated town square with hanging flower baskets. Moreover, Harrison has been mentioned in Where to Retire Magazine as a best small town to retire in. The town of Harrison also serves as the gateway city to Lake Norfolk and the Buffalo National River recreation areas.

Harrison is a suburban community with a population of about 13,000. The median household income in the town is $37,255.  55% of the population, over the age of 18, are married and 48% of the families have children under the age of 18. Out of the total population 97% of the people have the ability to speak in English, whereas 2% of the people speak Spanish. The average homeownership rate in Harrison is 54.2%. The average commute time is 14.2 minutes, and the average car ownership is 2 cars per household.

The downtown of Harrison consists of several restaurants, antique stores, art galleries and other retail shops.  Close by, on the edge of the downtown area, is the Boone County National Museum and the L.E. Gene Durand Center. The L.E. Gene Durand Center is one of the largest meeting facilities in North Central Arkansas.

Being located in the heart of Ozark Mountain, residents of the Harrison get ample outdoor recreation opportunities such as canoeing, hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, caving and horseback riding. In addition to this, residents of the town can also easily access several waterfalls including Twin Falls, Hemmed-in-Hollow and Hide-Out Hollow. As the city is located on some of the most scenic roads of Ozark Mountain, Harrison is also quite well known as a leading motorcycle travel destination.

The town of Harrison, AR is named after the Civil War survivor named Marcus LaRue Harrison, a Union Officer who founded the town. The city was incorporated in the year 1876 on March 1.

Although the winter tends to be somewhat cold and wet, the summers are warm and humid. The average rainfall per year around the area is 46 inches, whereas the average snow per year is 8 inches. Per year there are 214 sunny days.

People who are looking to buy real estate such as homes, farms, and lands in the town of Harrison receive additional benefits of low crime rate, affordable housing, friendly neighborhood, good industries, and low property taxes. For homes, farms, and lands there are plenty of options available in and around Harrison.