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216 acres in Chariton County, Missouri

$297,000 216 Acres
Property ID 3000592


Dream Property! Price Reduced! This incredible waterfowl and deer hunting property has everything you would need to hit your limits throughout the seasons. Even while I was up taking these pictures the birds were flying over non stop. This 216 acres in Chariton County is just an hour an a half drive from Kansas City. The land couldn't be set up any better for hunting! The main pond/lake is located in the middle of the property with stop plugs for flooding whatever other part of the property you would like. There are trenches made that run off of the main pond back to another large timber pond in the middle of the woods for the wood ducks. There is a large river that borders the property that the ducks fly through regularly! But this isn't just a waterfowl property! Every time I step foot on this property I have jumped deer including a couple stud bucks. Chariton County produces giant bucks every year and some of those call this property home! This property was developed for hunting and then put into wrp. There are 2 acres that were not put into the program that you could build on if desired. This is a must see property and wont last long. It is priced to sell and ready to hunt without any work needing to be done! Call Steve Leeper at 816-206-6683 for your showing or any questions!

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