Located Down CR 514 in Ozark County outside of Mammoth, MO. Approximately 6.8 acres of off-grid paradise with county road frontage, cedar trees, and natural clearings. The cedar trees provide the perfect natural privacy barrier from the county road. If you are looking for views, here they are. Several natural clearings can be found scattered throughout, each one providing its own special view of the east and northeast. The terrain is a good mixture between the open ground and cedar trees. The land does slightly go uphill from the road, and then levels off for that perfect spot to build overlooking the valleys below. The land will slightly rise up again until it comes to another level spot. Here you have plenty of room to build, have raised garden beds, and some outbuildings. There is county road frontage on CR 514 for about 900 feet.
Approximately 9 acres located off Slaughter Rd. just south of Licking, MO, and only 5 minutes away from The Boiling Springs Access. Licking is a small rural town located in the northern part of Texas county.The land does slope from the south to the north gently but does level back out about halfway. The south half of the parcel is level. On the east side of the property, a small gulley runs from south to north. If you are looking to build a house, a basement house will look amazing. You can build on the south side and get to enjoy the views of the northern horizon.
Approximately 10 acres located off Slaughter Rd. just south of Licking, MO. This place has several different options for building spots. My personal favorite one is in the middle of the parcel on the south side. This is the highest point on the property, and you can see it for miles around. Step out onto your porch every morning, look to the east side you can see the sunrise. Look to the north, and you will get to experience the beauty of the Ozarks. Look to the west at night to enjoy those beautiful sunsets. You will only get to enjoy yourself out in the country.
Approximately 10 acres located off Slaughter Rd. just south of Licking, MO, and only 5 minutes away from The Boiling Springs Access. Licking is a small rural town located in the northern part of Texas county. As you look all around the clearing, you will see that most of the land is usable and relatively level. There are no big hills or valleys on the property. Most of the land is clear except for a couple of old oak trees, dogwoods, and pine trees. The soil is a very nice dark brown and is great for gardens.
Approximately 10 acres located outside of Doniphan and Thayer in Ripley County on County Road Z-6. If you are looking to get away, here is the perfect hideaway. The clearing provides plenty of room for you to build a cabin, have a garden, and a couple of outbuildings. A travel trailer, RV, tiny home, or a pre-fab cabin would be just fine to put here as well. The cleaning is located on the east side of the property. There is a huge selection of young hardwoods. The terrain of this property is not bad at all. You have several acres of good usable land, with a couple of gently rolling hills.
The new easement road and the private driveway are chat-lined. As you come down the easement road, you will see a seasonal creek that runs from the east side of the property to about the center of the property's south side. You can find the clearing relatively close to the seasonal creek, and it one of the best spots to camp on this property. Cedar trees surround the clearing, and you can find a nice selection of others trees throughout. For the most part, the parcel is relatively flat. It does slope from both ways on the very far end of the parcel, providing picturesque views of the valley below,
Myrtle #8 is approximately 10 acres located between Thayer, MO, and Doniphan, MO in Ripley County. This area is miles away from the big city hustle and bustle. There is a town about an hour away that does have your big town amenities. The driveway comes right into the parcel about center of the east line. As you follow the driveway into the parcel, you will find a clearing that is setting ontop of a small ridge overlooking the valley below to the west and north. You will find that the clearing is tucked back amongst the trees. This parcel is mainly wooded with mainly all mature hardwoods. There are some small rolling hills with a few level spots. If you're just wanting to move out of the city and enjoy the peace of the country life this parcel is for you.
Welcome to Ava, MO, in the heart of Douglas County. Take a stroll down Highway 14 East until you reach P HWY. Go down P HWY for 1.6 miles, and the property will be on the left. Approximately 13 acres that are mainly wooded have a wet-weather creek, a spring, electricity available, and highway frontage. You can find the clearing on the north side of the property. A line of trees along the highway provides a natural privacy barrier for the clearing. There is a water runoff that can be found on the north side of the clearing. There is also a spring and wet-weather creek on the southeast corner of the property. There is a trail on the southwest corner that will lead you to the southeast side of the property.
Located outside of Mountain View, MO, in the rural part of Shannon County sits this parcel that is approximately 15 acres and located on County Road 60-489. The county road is easily accessible off of HWY 60 outside of Montier. The county road will take you right to the easement road. This lovely parcel is the very first one you come to as soon as you turn on the easement road. You will follow the easement road down the hill and across the seasonal creek. The first and second driveway to the left belongs to this property.