Wildcat Hill SW
Approximately 18 acres, located just outside of the small rural town of Alton, MO. Alton is located in the heart of Oregon County and has a population of about 900 residents.
Even though this property is at the end of a dead-end road, it is only 1.7 miles out of town. When going to the property, stay straight on the dirt road till it dead ends. This property will be the first property on the left when you go through the red gate. The gate will have blue ribbons on it.
The circle driveway takes you from the southeast corner towards the west to the clearing. The clearing is level on the south and east side. There are some shade trees on one side of the clearing. The north side of the clearing would be ideal for you to set up a cabin with a front porch overlooking the valley below. The valley runs from the southeast corner to about the middle of the south side of the property. There is more land to explore on the west side of the property.
Electric is available, and you would need to set at least 2 poles to have electric service. Howell-Oregon is the electricity provider. Seeing how this is a remote parcel, there are no water or sewer lines. You would need to install some human waste system. In Missouri, you can have a lagoon if you have over 3 acres. For a water source, there are many options to choose from. A water storage system would be great, as there is a rural water filling station in Mtn. View, MO. You would have to travel about 25 miles. The cost is approximately $0.25 for 25 gallons of potable water.
Greer Spring is a first magnitude spring located in the southeast portion of the Ozark Plateau, in Oregon County in south-central Missouri, within the boundaries of the Mark Twain National Forest. The spring is the second largest spring in the Ozarks, with an average discharge of 360 cubic feet of water per second. The property is located about 14.4 miles away. It also feeds into the Eleven Point River.
The Eleven Point River is a 138-mile-long river in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas. It originates near Willow Springs, Missouri. It more than doubles in flow when Greer Spring Branch runs into it, adding over 200 million US gallons of water per day to the river. There are several canoe rental, camping grounds, and public access in this area.
Alton, MO, may be a small town, but they do have the amenities that you will need to survive everyday life. They have two gas stations, a grocery store, a feed store, a hardware store, an auto part store, Dollar General, and several antique shops. This is a quiet small town that always seems to be welcoming to the newcomers in the community.
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Give us a call at 417-469-4100, or feel free to text us at 417-252-9633.
Directions From Alton, MO:
Take US-160 north for 0.1 miles.
Turn left on CR 100 for about 0.9 miles.
Stay straight to continue on CR 101.
Drive for 0.5 miles, and you will reach the easement road.
Go through the red gate, and your destination will be on the left.
Purchase Contract Terms:
Down Payment: $4,500
Monthly Payment: $650
Total purchase price: $59,900
Due at Signing: Down Payment
First Month's Payment Is Not Due Until 30 Days After The Signing!