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200 acres in Jasper County, Missouri

East Fir Road, Carthage, Missouri 64836

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Details for East Fir Road

County:Jasper Type:Acreage w/House Acres:200
Address:East Fir Road City:Carthage State:Missouri
Zip:64836 Price: Inactive Status:Unavailable

Bedrooms:3 Baths:1.5 Sq. Feet:
Property ID: 872867

Description of East Fir Road

200 Acres more or less of excellent soils, Home, Barns, pond, fenced and cross fenced. The property is located just 2 miles from Highway 71 (soon to be I-49), 1.5 miles from major home improvement facilities and shopping areas on the South side of Carthage, Missouri. The property was an operational dairy in the past and has great potential for a show livestock facility with the easy access to the major Interstate corridor. Subdividing for housing or commercial is available as an option. Property is currently operating as a livestock operation with excellent fertilized and limed pastures. The farm is located on two blacktop roads with location, location, location for a livestock operation.


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