Just off Hwy 86 near Roaring River and Eagle Rock, MO, in Barry County this 478 acre property completes every landowner’s desires. With over 80% surrounded by The Mark Twain National Forest, public land access is just over the fence installed in 2017. 4.23 miles of 5 strand gaucho wire is around the entire perimeter with wide trails along the fence line. Expense wasn’t spared and cost over $115,000 for the installation. The Forest Service was involved in the process and verified there were no encroachments on the surrounding public land.
Several opportunities for the next landowner of this mixed use recreational, timberland, ranchland await just a 1/4 mile down an Easement that ends at the locked Gate that enters the SW side. Once on the property, visitors may see whitetail deer, turkey, bear, and a number of small game animals like rabbit, squirrel and raccoons. The multiple truck and ATV trails allow for easy access to the open ground and various food plots. In the NW corner resides a Rustic Cabin overlooking one of the food plots that serves as an excellent deer stand if the Redneck Blinds on the property are too small. The wet weather creeks that run through the property hold water most of the months as do a couple of the ponds that are likely spring fed.
There is electricity to the property where an old home place sat in a Walnut Grove. There are 2 cased wells powered by the power lines running onto the property.
Multiple hunting spots for one or a club of hunters exist and enough land to manage wildlife. Favorite Deer areas are the Blackberry field in the Southern end, White Oaks on the SW Side and the Cedar thicket near the Northern border where the bulk of the Nat’l Forest rests. For longer shots, the Redneck Blinds overlooking their food plots are ideal on cold days. The map link will show the Nat’l Forest outlined in White and the property to be sold in Red.
The owner will be signing over any oil and gas rights, mineral rights, and water rights that he owns. Additionally, the owner has a lake home a mile away near Eagle Rock that has recently been professionally redesigned and decorated that could be purchased as well and used as a camp home.
For more information on this property and how it can be your Next Favorite Place, contact Jeff Clifton at 479-601-1317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.