Being one of the higher spots on Pioneer Point makes this 31 +/- acres a premier location for a home build site overlooking Jackson Hollow. The sunsets are postcard worthy, and absolutely breathtaking in the fall. One can only imagine how much better a coffee or hot cider will taste sitting on the back porch watching the sun go down. Just south of Y highway on Pioneer Point road gives you black top access across the entire east side of the property. This tract will make an incredible home build site for a lake getaway, or if you want to build a hunting cabin that you can walk out your back door and start hunting 3 steps in, this is the spot. The thick, mature, timbered acres hold lots of deer and also gives seclusion from the road. As a bonus, you will also have lots of extra acreage, being close to Mark Twain National Forrest. If you want a change of pace and a dose of the city, don't worry, Branson West in only 10 miles away. This one won't last long. Give Clayton Campbell a call at (620) 687-2789 for a private tour of this incredible property today!
-Tract consists of 31 +- acres in Stone County, MO
-Blacktop access to the entire east side of the property
-Very close access to Mark Twain National Forrest
-Incredible build site for a lake home or hunting cabin
-View of Jackson Hollow to the west
-Just south of Y highway on Pioneer point road
-Lots of mature trees (oaks, cedar, and hickory)
-Good elevation changes
-Lots of cover for wildlife, specifically deer
-10 miles to Branson West
-Reeds Spring School District
-0000 Pioneer Point Rd Galena, MO
South of highway Y on Pioneer Point road.
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