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1.42 acres in Saint Charles County, Missouri

537 South High Post Road, Augusta, Missouri 63332 - Saint Charles County
$129,900 1.42 Acres
Property ID 2404950


This lot is a unique property located on a cul-de-sac high above the MO River & the Katy Trail. It's the last lot in Augusta Shores (a gated community in the heart of wine country), with beautiful views of both the MO River and Hickory Lake, the largest lake in Augusta Shores. Enjoy the daily sunsets over Hickory Lake, experience the stunning, clear night country sky, and view the moon reflecting off the MO River and Hickory Lake, all from the privacy of your home. This 1.42 acre lot offers privacy, awesome views, & the serenity of living in the country, along with nature at its best. The August Shores community offers a pool, pavilion, clubhouse, 2 tennis courts, 233 acres of common ground & 4 stocked lakes. Other amenities include private roads, streetlights, public water, sewer, DSL & AAA schools. Augusta Shores is across from Klondike Park & the Katy Trail and is only 15 min from hwy 40. Choose your own builder/your own plan. Youll love living in this gorgeous community!


Hwy 40, S on Hwy 94, 13 miles to entrance on R (Berg Crossing Dr.), R on Augusta Shores Dr, R on So. High Post Rd, lot on R OR Hwy 94, R on Terry Rd (follow road to the L) to L on So. High Post Rd (Augusta Shores back entrance) to lot on R.

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St. Peters, MO 63376

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