This exceptional estate is situated on 430 m/l gorgeous acres gated for ultimate privacy. This one of a kind property includes 2 miles of road frontage, approximately 14 miles of wooded trails and hills for hiking, horse back riding, cycling, 4-wheeling and more. It features...
One-of-a-kind trophy property, originally the centerpiece of the planned Cliffs at High Carolina community. 795 acres of high elevation paradise; hardwood and pine forest; open meadow areas and pristine 8-acre lake; 360-degree, panoramic, year-round, long range mountain view...
1700+/-ft cypress-lined Medina River frontage plus 2-2 home, great outside patio for entertaining, pool, barns, fenced and cross fenced for livestock, ideal for grazing cattle, horses or other livestock, abundant native wildlife, living in the country, but located in town. T...
Ranch with Power, Great Access & Mountain Views
35.03 Acre Ranch just 20 miles from Pueblo, Colorado with unobstructed view of the Spanish Peaks, Sangre de Cristo, Silver and Greenhorn Mountains.
Drive up access to the property, which is located at the end of a cul-de-...
Missouri's 621-square-mile Bollinger County covers less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of Missouri's 115 counties, Bollinger County ranks 81st in terms of the size of its population (12,182, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 788 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. Recent Lands of America data places the average value of land and acreage for sale in Bollinger County at $6,600 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $364,996 (the most expensive listing being for $925,000) and the median land-parcel size was 13 acres. Land for sale in Bollinger County totaled 277 acres and $1.8 million in overall land value, with the city of Patton featuring the most land for sale in the county. Given its rural location and ecomony, farms and other agricultural acreage are the most common types of land for sale in Bollinger County.
Land for sale including Ranches in Bollinger County Missouri
This beautiful property has everything you need for a fantastic working, recreational farm. With nearly 100 acres of high-quality pasture, you can run a herd of 50 cow/calf pairs or manage for quality hay production. Well established timber with mature oak and hickory throughout, provide a significant source of potential income. The mature timber along with thick bedding areas, 5 acres of food plots, and a one-acre pond help maintain healthy deer and turkey populations. Scenic, panoramic views and the picturesque, year-round Buck Creek offer several beautiful building sites for a country home for those looking to plant their roots. Please call today for your private showing.
- 5 minutes west of Sedgewickville, 30
Jeff HeilWhitetail Properties
$425,000200 acresRR1 Box 1544, Glenallen, MO63751 - Bollinger County
Nice laying 16 +/- acres with good marketable timber, located on county rd. just minutes from Marble Hill, property offers a lot of road frontage with some great building sites along the road or to the back of the property, bordered by larger private property, and is in the area of good deer and turkey hunting, property consists of approx. 14 acres in the Meadow Hts school dist. and approx 2 acres in the woodland dist.
Michael HortonLiving the Dream
$4,292,9251,443 acresHwy M, Patton, MO63662 - Bollinger County
Lush rolling pastures and plenty of water on this SE Missouri ranch. Of the 1443.41 taxable acres, there are 832 acres of pasture plus additional wooded pasture. There are no dry pastures here. All have either streams, ponds or water fountains. Some wooded areas not used for pasture and fencing in these areas are limited. Most fences would be considered good. This ranch will support 400+- cow-calf pairs. Located 6+- miles from the Patton livestock sale barn; Farmington & Frutland sale barns are 45 minutes or less from the ranch.
The property has a 50 x 50 shop building/machine shed, a 60' x 140' hay and machinery shed, a 60' x 120' hay and machinery shed, 1300+- feet of feed bunks on concrete and holding pens and cattle working area. A f