This 54 acres has a little bit of everything. The land is a mixture of rolling hills with hardwoods and a few secluded food plots. There are several different stand locations that are easily accessed with the trails that the current owner has made for the stealth approach. Along with these secluded food plot locations there is a nice open area around the just under .25 acre pond that is fully stocked. Be another great build location here if you so desired. The seller states there are deer and turkey all over the property. Along with all this acreage you have a house that sits on its own 2 acres. This house is currently lived in full time. It is 2 bedroom 1 bath with shower and soaking tub. Off the kitchen there is a wash room that the seller added. Also an additional office room off one of the bedrooms. There is a nice size family room that is off the 2 bedrooms and kitchen. There is a partially finished attic space for additional living area or storage. There is a central HVAC system that is all electric. Sitting just by the house the seller has converted an old smokehouse into a nice chicken house. Around that they have a fenced off area for their pet pig. There is another area that is fenced off that once held goats and their donkey. Toward the south side of the property they have a nice 30 x 40 shed with one garage door and two main entries. The shed has 200 amp electricity and fully insulated, there is a bathroom included as well. A very nice shed with two lean to's, one sits along the west side of the shed and the other on the south side. This property is just east of Highway 19 just north of Cherryville. Sits off a gravel county road and is just over 1.5 miles from just over 2300 acres of Mark Twain National Forest land. This property has it all, so don't wait, give Dane Carver a call and set up your private tour today!
Property Features -54 acres of hardwood timber -Nice fully stocked smaller pond -15 minutes south of Steelville -30 minutes south of Cuba -2 bd 1 bth House with full utilities -30 x 40 shed fully insulated -Fenced off areas for your goats, horses, pigs etc -Chicken house -County road frontage -1.5 miles west of over 2300 acres of Mark Twain National Forest -Trails throughout the property -Secluded food plots
From Steelville go south on Hwy 19. Follow south for about 10 miles make a left on White River Loop Rd. Then make a left on White River Rd. Follow down to property on your left and house on your right. See all signs!