$229,000 buys a lot here. Two residential houses, large metal barn, three out-buildings (tack house and stables), two permanent ponds, and 40 acres (16 hectares) of pasture and forest land. The property is isolated and very peaceful, a real refuge from the outside world, located in the Mark Twain National Forest. Lots of wildlife, including deer and turkey. There is a 3/4 mile "driveway" winding through the forest to get to the property, so you won't hear any vehicle noise out here, other than your own. The driveway is located off of a gravel road about a mile from US highway 160. The nearest town is Doniphan, about 20 miles down the highway. The property is bordered on three sides by national forest land, so the nearest neighbor is about a mile away. Located on the high point between two river valleys (the Eleven Point River and the Current River), there is no flood risk here.
The main house has two bedrooms, kitchen, living room with fireplace, full bathroom, half bath off the main bedroom, large sunroom with wood-burning stove.
Central heat is provided by a wood/propane furnace in the basement, which also has a storage room and a utility work room.
This is the view from the south side.
This is a rainy-day picture of the front of the main house.
Here's the other side of the main house (and the back).
The small guest house has two bedrooms, kitchen, living room with wood-burning stove, and a 3/4 bathroom.
Water is electrically pumped well water. There is a propane hot water heater in each house. Electricity is provided by Ozark Electric and runs about $50 per month. There is residential phone service installed in both houses. Property taxes run about $350 per year.
Here's a link to the property on Google Maps.
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