Turn down Rockin Ridge lane and Buckeye Creek runs the length of the western border of this pristine 83-acre creek bottom horse farm in Northern Cape Girardeau County.
The owner has developed an ideal facility for the equestrian enthusiast. The custom-built log home offers great views of the creek bottom pasture and outbuildings. The main floor presents an open floor plan with cathedral ceilings and a beautiful stone, wood burning fireplace. In the loft is the master suite including a spacious 3x8 walk in shower, and a private 9x10 deck overlooking the farm. Enjoy breakfast on the 27 x 15 deck just outside of the spacious country kitchen. No detail has been overlooked or neglected on this well built, custom home.
The outbuildings consist of a 30x50 pole barn currently being used for hay storage. Another pole barn 28x80 is nestled between a 20x40 lean-to, a 15x20 tack room, and a 14x30 heated workshop. Theres a 30 round pen just a few steps toward the creek from the tack room. After the ride, when you want to host your riding friends or family, enjoy the comfort of the 20x50 pavilion with concrete floor. There is a 30x50 horse barn with electric and water. It includes 5 horse stalls, 11x10 tack room, 12x10 manger, and a second story 11x48 hay loft, complete with a 10x10 suspended deck over-looking the pasture to the south and east.
The pasture is divided into 6 paddocks of various sizes with shared waterers and well-maintained fencing and cross-fencing. The pasture is currently being mowed for hay by the neighbor for half of the yield. There are two small ponds interspersed among the pasture, while buckeye creek runs adjacent on the western border. The 50+/- acres of timber presents outstanding hunting opportunities. The deer sign was very evident during my walk through. There are three great pinch points, sure to create excellent hunting action. Two ladder stands are situated on opposite ends of the 4.5 acre clearing, tucked up in the woods. One of which, overlooks a small pond next to the clearing. This is a rutting honey hole if Ive ever seen one.
This farm has so much to offer, theres no way to truly capture it in words. One must see it for themselves.
Painted Wood Fencing Multiple waterers and hydrants Secluded Well Maintained Great hunting Turnkey livestock potential Tillable income potential 30 acres fenced/cross-fenced, and pasture 4.5 acre field in woods, potential food plot 2 ladder stands 3 ponds 16 miles to Perryville, MO 24 miles to Cape Girardeau, MO 5.5 miles to I-55
Call or text Houston Meyer at 573-880-6815 today to take a look at this unique and well-designed property just minutes from Cape Girardeau, MO