A gorgeous 278 surveyed acres located in northern St. Francois County MO., has a little bit of everything for the outdoorsman. The timber on this farm is in good shape, with mature oak, hickory and walnut being the dominant species. Brushy areas adjacent to established food plots are ideal places to ambush the bruiser whitetail bucks that call this property home. Rolling hills with deep ravines provide scenic views and great cover for wildlife. The Big River meanders along this property on its entire eastern border, providing a year round water source and EXCELLENT smallmouth bass fishing. An estimated 30 acres along the river is currently in row crop production, providing income for this gem of a property. There are a numerous building spots for your cabin or permanent residence, with electric close by. All this for $1750 per acre! Give Dale Dunn a call at 636-443-9481, for your private tour.
Property is located in St. Francois County, right on the Jefferson County line.
Privacy provided by a locked gate and a dead end road
Numerous trophy bucks have been taken off this farm
Intensely managed for quality deer for years, with cooperating neighbors
Great access to Big River, providing canoeing, camping and fishing opportunities
Excellent turkey hunting
Nearly completed dam to a 3 to 5 acre lake sight, that could be much larger
Approximately 20 minutes south of DeSoto, MO, and highway 21
Approximately 15 miles from Bonne Terre, MO and US Highway 67
One hour or less from metro St. Louis
120 miles from Jefferson City, MO
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