The Bluffs at Rocheport is a 636 acre offering located just outside the town of Rocheport, Missouri. The Property consists of farmed ridge tops, rolling pasture and wooded draws along Missouri River bluff tops, with unparalleled Missouri River views.
The Bluffs at Rocheport is bordered by the Katy Trail on the southern boundary,and Highway 40 to the north. County Road 440 bisects the property allowing access to both sides of the Property. Diana Bend Conservation Area is immediately adjacent to the Property.
Located on the north side of the Rocheport railroad tunnel next to the historic town of Rocheport Missouri, and only fifteen minutes outside of Columbia Missouri. Rocheport draws visitors every year to enjoy it's small town warmth, shopping and dining. Not only did it serve as a stopping point for Lewis & Clark during their expedition of the Louisiana Purchase in 1804, Rocheport is a popular stop for tourists experiencing the Katy Trail and local wineries.
Land Property Associates, Inc. has an ownership interest in the Property.
From Highway 70: Exit at State Highway BB and travel north through the town of Rocheport. Take State Hwy 240 Spur, north across Moniteau Creek, and take a left on County Road 440. The property begins on both sides of the road after the Missouri Department of Conservation Ground to the South.
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