Live Water Cattle Ranch in Mountain Grove, MO

Mountain Grove,

$1,999,900
400 ACRES
Douglas COUNTY
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LISTING # 24084-61570

Beautiful Ranch has Active Spring House and Year-Round Water

Self-Sufficient Prepper-ready, Century Farm in Off-the-Grid location with 3 Springs, Year-round Clifty Creek and Old Time Spring House with Amazing Spring.  Watercress grows only in cold spring water and this spring has more watercress than I’ve ever seen…it’s something else!

Douglas County, MO Live Water Farm & Ranch for Sale

The Ranch is the ultimate working Cattle Farm and is perfect for living off the land and creating a homesteader’s dream. The well-maintained land totals 400 Acres that is Fenced and Cross-Fenced and is set up for rotational grazing with 6 auto waterers. There is approximately 280 Acres of Lush pasture that will produce approximately 650 Round Bales of Hay. The remaining acreage is full of Marketable Timber. This farm comes with Complete Covered cattle working facilities, 3 Hay barns, Shop, and other Outbuildings, a Lake and an area with lots of Morel Mushrooms. The Newer Hay Barn is 30×80 with a 30×20 Lean-To and working pens. Cool Old Multi-Level Hay Barn, built around 1934, is 40×60 with basement, remodeled hinged doors, secure holding pens, concrete mid-walls and floor, and working squeeze chute with connected single file alley and holding pens. There are multiple Pipe-Fence corrals, alleyways and cross-sectioned holding pens. Another 30×60 Hay barn and Working Pen, a 30×80 Shop with Concrete Floor, Water and Electric and includes an Office and Parts Room with Heat and Air. The old rock house on the property could be converted to small animal breeding/holding facility.

Mountain Grove, MO Cattle Ranch with Land & House For Sale

Main Home was built in 1958 – Cute, Cute, Cute – and is a true Farm Style Home – Updated with white-washed brick and wooden shutters and beams. It has a nice entertaining deck and Koi Pond.  There is a Mobile Home on property with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths and would make an excellent Farm Hand house, Guest House, or In-law’s home. There are 3 wells on the property – one for the main Home, one for the 2nd Home and one for the waterers.

Hunting & Recreational Land for Sale in Douglas County, MO

This property is loaded with wildlife, live water from 3 springs and offers plenty of space for work and fun. It borders Mark Twain National Forest, known for hiking trails, horseback riding, camping and breathtaking scenery. Relax and swim with the family at the spring-fed creek or take a horseback ride through the property and take in all the beauty of the Ozarks Mountains. The property is minutes from the North Fork River, which offers great fishing and floating, or a short drive will put you on Bryant Creek (River) and you can float down to the famous Hodgson Mill. Bull Shoals and Norfork Lakes are near and offer excellent boating and fishing. The Southern Missouri Ozarks is known for Historic Mills, vibrant Blue Springs that rank among the world’s largest, breathtaking waterfalls, massive caves for exploring, and thousands of acres of Mark Twain National Forest. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a Century Farm for your family to share for generations to come.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES:

6 BEDROOMS
3 BATHROOMS

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