60266515 Listing Details

Property Details

Secluded 80 AC w/Live Water joins Conservation Land...Got Restrictions? We Don't! You can watch the water flow into the pond and on over the spillway. Multiple Springs feed the main two Spring Branches which come together on the property then flow into the Jacks Fork River, a part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Watercress, crawfish and minnows included. This property has almost a half mile of border with the Rocky Creek Conservation Area, which contains 39,546 acres in the south and east parts of Shannon County. The county road which provides access literally dead ends at the entry gate. This is a true mix of the Ozarks Hills and Hollers ranging from 800 to 1000 ft elevation the land is mostly wooded with a blend of Sycamore, Oak, Hickory, Walnut, Pine and Cedar trees. Main driveways have new chat there are also multiple roads and trails for off road vehicles.There are 2 improvements on the property each with their own electric meter and 1 well. One meter serves the 50x100 red iron framed building which has new insulation and metal on the roof and is served by the well. Gravel floor except for the new 32x50 slab which was poured with radiant heat capability and the goal of framing living quarters in one end of the building. Framing began all building materials onsite are included. The second meter serves a 2 bedroom, 1 bath home recently built overlooking the spring fed pond. The house is 16x52 with a split floor plan, Hickory cabinets, pex plumbing and a metal roof. House currently set up to pull water from the spring but can easily convert to run off the existing well. Both the home and the building do need your personal stamp to be completed. See pictures for details.

Year Built: 2023
Taxes: 309.87
Exterior: Wood Frame

Listed by: Solomon Cornelius - Monark Realty (Solomon Cornelius, Broker)
Solomon Cornelius - Broker
Listing Agent
Solomon Cornelius