Approximately 3.5 acres with county road frontage of CO RD 106-340. The driveway is located down the easement road, about half a mile down the county road. Parcel #2 is the first driveway on the left. The clearing is tucked away from the view of the easement road. It is located on the south side of the property. There are a couple of trails off the clearing to the north and east. On the southeast side of the clearing, you will find mature hardwoods that will provide the shade to keep you cool in the summer. The soil is excellent for gardening in this area. It is not too rocky or has clay in it. There is room as well for small farm animals such as goats and chickens.
Approximately 3.5 acres are located in Shannon County, just about 4 miles east of Summersville, MO. The property is conveniently located not far off the highway. The easement road is about 0.5 miles off the pavement. The first driveway will be the 2nd one on the right, and the 2nd one will be the 3rd drive on the right. As you enter the property from the 1st drive, the land has a slight slope to the south. After that, the ground is relatively level. The property has an abundance of trees such as cedar, pine, and oak.
Check out this large cabin with county road frontage on CR 3850 near Peace Valley, MO. This parcel is approximately 4 acres and is located in the rural part of Howell County. You will find that this property is mainly all wooded except for the large clearing around the cabin. The cabin does sit on top of the ridge with valley views to the south and north.
Approximately 4 acres are located in Shannon County, just about 4 miles east of Summersville, MO. The property is conveniently located not far off the highway. The clearing is tucked back towards the east from the drive and the west side from the drive. The ground is mainly all-level and has plenty of room for you to make your dreams come true. If you have always wanted a small homestead, here is your chance.
Approximately 5 acres, located in Oregon County, just about 3 miles north of the quiet town of Thomasville. This small rural community is friendly, and there are many like-minded people ready for homesteading. You will stay to the left as you turn off the highway onto the easement road when it splits. As you follow the easement road to Parcel D, you will come across some pink and blue ribbons on the right side of the road. They will mark the northeast corner of the property. Everything to the right side, all the way down to the end of the easement road, is part of this parcel. The property is about 600' north to south on the west side. On the east side is about 165' and 520' east to west on the south line. The easement road does define the east boundary until it ends at the property. There is still about 100' land before you reach the east side boundary line.