Approximately 6.4 acres are located in the western part of Shannon County, just about 4 miles east of Summersville, Mo. The easement road is approximately 1.5 miles down the county road. #15 will be the last driveway on the right.
The driveway curves around the trees and takes you to the private clearing located on the north side of the property. It is a very open but private clearing. There are mature hardwoods that line the clearing. One of the potential building spots sits on the western side of the clearing overlooking the valley to the south.
The terrain is relatively level except for the east side of the clearing. Here it does slope to the south just a bit but does level back out. There is a seasonal creek that runs from the northeast corner of the property to the southeast corner.
The electricity is available from the county road. If you are looking for a more feasible option for energy, solar would be the one to go with. The clearing does provide a nice view of the eastern and southern skies.
There is no water on the property, but there are many ways that you can obtain water. Drilling a well is one choice, and most wells will run you about 400-500 FT in this area. If you are looking for a cheaper way, water tanks or even a catchment system would be the way to go. There is a rural water filling station just about 23 miles away from the property. Here you can fill up to 25 gallons for just a quarter.
If you plan to live on the land, you will need to have human waste disposal. These days there are all sorts of new ideas that are coming out. You can do a composting system, get an incinerating toilet (they work on propane, gas, diesel, and electricity), install a septic tank, or you can even do a lagoon.
Summersville, MO, is a small rural town located in Shannon County. Approximately 515 residents call this small townhome. There is a grocery store, hardware store, sale barn, gas stations, and several employment opportunities. The school system is small but is a great school. Employment opportunities include a factory that assembles guns, a meatpacking house, a sale barn, sawmills, and a charcoal plant.
Angeline Conservation Area is located to the northeast of the properties. There are over 74,000 acres of the national forest for you and your family to enjoy. This public uses land and is home to tons of wildlife. You can hunt during turkey and deer season but must follow the regulations for each respective hunting season.
Eminence, MO, is located about 23 miles southeast of Summersville off of HWY 106. Alley Spring Mill is located on HWY 106, about 8 miles to the west of Eminence. Alley Spring deposits 81 million gallons of water daily into the Jacks Fork River. They also still give tours of the Mill that was built in 1894. This town is a sleepy town built on the Current River until it becomes summertime. See all the scenery that this region of the state has to offer. You won't be disappointed.
If you want to make your dream come true of owning land, give us a call at 417-469-4100 or feel free to text us at
417-252-9633 for more information.
Directions From Summersville, MO:
Take US-106 for 3.4 miles.
Turn left onto CO RD 340.
In 0.6 miles the easement road will be on the right.
#15 is the 7th driveway on the right.
Purchase Contract Terms:
Down Payment: $4,000
Monthly Payment: $450
Total purchase price: $42,900
Due at Signing: Down Payment
First Month's Payment Is Not Due Until 30 Days After The Signing!