120 acres in Reynolds County, Missouri
1704 CR 612, Ellington, Missouri 63638
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Details for 1704 CR 612
|Address:1704 CR 612||City:Ellington||State:Missouri|
|Property ID: 1056017|
Description of 1704 CR 612
HOUSE WITH LAND FOR SALE. 120 acre farm/lodge/home in Reynolds and Shannon Counties, Missouri adjoining Current River Conservation Area. 20 acres of pasture, fenced and crossed fenced with vintage barn plus new 4 strand barbed wire around entire perimeter. This is a very beautiful and highly secluded tract surrounded on 3 sides by thousands of acres of National and State forest, ensuring your privacy and seclusion will remain. This most unique farm is nestled in a beautiful valley, hidden on 1 mile of well built, ditched, and county maintained gravel road with no neighbor for miles. There are 6 ponds of various sizes, some stocked, scattered throughout the property for both livestock and wildlife. This tract offers exceptional hunting for whitetail deer and wild turkey, as well as small game and fishing.
Farm is located within the Elk Restoration Zone sponsored by the Missouri Department of Conservation. The newly established Elk herd is being released within 5 miles. Imagine walking onto the deck overlooking deer and turkey in the food plot just steps from your bedroom, and hearing the thunderous bugle of elk in the valley. You can learn more about the Elk Restoration project here: [Web Link listed above]
Farm features a newly constructed 5 bedroom 2.5 bath, 3700 sq ft home/lodge completed in 2007. The master suit located on the second level boasts an impressive 1500 sq feet with a fantastic walk out covered deck, offering panoramic views of the valley pasture and first large food plot. Home/lodge features spacious rooms, a vaulted living area wrapped in wood from floor to ceiling and a beautiful stone fireplace. The open floor plan of the kitchen and living area provides a wonderful atmosphere for entertaining family and friends. The chef of the family is sure to love this oversized kitchen with plenty of hickory cabinets and ample counter space. The ground floor is equipped with radiant heat to ensure the tile and wood floors remain comfortable when the temperature drops. Both floors have independent heating and cooling units, but a hardiwood stove located just outside provides an economical alternative to central heating and water heating duties. Despite the large size of this home, the average utility bill is a mere $130.00.
This is truly a sportsman's paradise. 6 ponds plus 4 large food plots bring the critters into your back yard. You can leave the farm and launch your boat into the spring fed waters of scenic Current River in less than 15 minutes. There you will enjoy some of America's finest floating and fishing in cool crystal clear Ozark mountain water. Limitless opportunities for whitetail deer, wild turkey, and various species of other game call this area of the Missouri Ozarks home. It is just a short drive to Clearwater Lake near Piedmont, Missouri as well as countless other attractions.
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