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Land for sale including Riverfront Property in Hickory County Missouri

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$598,500 267 acres 2 Beds | 2 Baths | 1800 sqft
Co Rd 64, Wheatland, MO 65779 - Hickory County

Quality Hunting & Trapping at the "Hoot Owl Retreat"

This 267 acre retreat has been strictly managed for hunting and trapping over the last 10 years and provides some amazing hunting opportunities for both deer and turkeys. 65 acres of pasture have been actively managed for clover and cover for all types of wildlife. Every game animal living in the ozark's resides on this farm including rabbits, coyotes, bob cats, deer, turkeys, doves, squirrels, raccoons, & beaver. A very nice creek runs through the middle of the property and provides a year round water source. Approximately 200 acres of mixed hardwoods and managed cedars are highlighted with mature walnuts along the creek bottom ground. An 1,800 square foot earth contact home provides for very energy efficient living. A large shop rou
Brian Mueller Midwest Land Group, LLC
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$399,900 187 acres
Hwy P, Cross Timbers, MO 65634 - Hickory County

187 acres Cross Timbers, MO

Fantastic river bottom farm in Hickory county Missouri. 187 acres of recreational paradise. The Niangua river runs through the farm, which will make for some great fishing and water sports. Very good hunting here for deer and turkey, owners have always gotten great bucks here. The house sits up along the highway, which is a secondary highway with very little traffic. It is 3 bedroom, 1 bath with a covered back and front porch. There is also a 21 x 24 garage, and a 30 x 40 open sided machine shop. Also a smaller building that is 12 x 20 with a concrete floor. This place will support several head of cattle or horses, with great pastures, and is fenced. The bottom fields along the river can be cut for hay, or you could plant some crops there a
Mike Stoner Mossy Oak Properties of the Heartland Land & Lakes Properties, LLC