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8553 MO-DD, Niangua , Missouri 65713 - Webster County
$285,000 80 Acres
3 beds 2 Bathrooms 1990 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2677583


Home is set off the road with long chatted driveway that is nearly level. The 2014 home has all the extras including about 1900 sq. ft. of living space. Large open floor plan. Crown molding. All appliances sell with the home including dishwasher, refrigerator, and Micro-wave. Center island in kitchen with sink. Maple cabinets with double sink. Master bedroom has large walk-in closet, garden tub, tiled walk-in shower with bench built-in, and so much more .BR #2 and BR #3 are equally impressive. The view from the back deck is awesome. Central heat and air. Ceiling fans. The home was new in 2014 and present owner is the only one who has lived in the home.. Foundation under the home is sculptured block. From the very moment you step into the living room you will be impressed with the floor plan. Huge mature oak trees in the yard. Now off to the barn/shop.4800+/- sq. foot metal building with partial concrete floor as well as two 14' OH doors plus 2 10'. Attached covered cattle working area, with some steel pens. Gently rolling to nearly level farm has cattle tight fences. Two ponds. mile state hwy road frontage.


From Marshfield, Take Hwy CC to Niangua, take Hwy M east 10 miles to S on Hwy DD. Go approx. 1/2 mile to property gate on right.


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