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Excellent, private building lot!! Terry Road runs right behind the Augusta Shores subdivision. If cleared, all or some of the property could possibly be used for horses or cattle. Seller estimates that there are approximately 2.5 level acres just off Terry Road that would be an excellent home building site. Property then slopes toward creek at bottom of property. Seller states that there's even a small cave on the property! Water and electric available to be brought in across Terry Road. Septic would be required on site. Recorded easement exists at front right corner of lot. Call today if you're interested in a great rural setting that's less than 14 miles off Hwy 40/I64! An easy commute to O'Fallon or Chesterfield. Property sits back off Terry Rd & there is currently no direct driveway access but it may be possible through existing easement. Neighbors have given permission to park in gravel lot to right of sign; please do not proceed any further up that driveway.
Terry Rd is a right turn off Hwy 94 2.5 miles past Defiance. Lot is approximately 2.7 miles down Terry Rd on right.
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