BULL SHOALS LAKE LAND
Be looking at Bull Shoals Lake and/or be close enough to walk to the water while planning your eventual improvements. Don't wait to enjoy the benefits of your private property: go hiking, hunting, camping, and exploring, with low taxes to boot.
BULL SHOALS LAKE VIEW 5 ACRES
Fronting on HH Highway south of Isabella, right at one paved mile from the Spring Creek park launching ramp and courtesy dock on Bull Shoals Lake, this level to sloping land has a beautiful view of the lake and adjoins the government shoreline.
The vegetative cover is a mix of trees and grassy areas. These days, a location like this for a parcel this size is hard to come by.
Come and see it when you can, then call your builder (or one we can recommend). We are always glad to help.
38.75 BULL SHOALS LAKE ACRES IN THE BACKWOODS
Located on Bull Shoals Lake on the main channel of the White River between Buck Creek and Big Creek, this all-wooded Arkansas land is close to the water and has more than a mile of government take line as part of its boundary. Several places on it allow an easy walk to the water.
There are multiple building sites here, and lots of living creatures (mostly four legged ones, or the kind with wings). A dead-end county gravel road that comes south out of Missouri crosses this acreage, and would facilitate a division of the land if you decide to develop it. We hope you won't.
14 BULL SHOALS LAKE ACRES WITH BARN
Located near Sunken Forest and Big Boy Point on Bull Shoals Lake, and fronting on the lake boundary line, this almost all wooded land slopes south and east and has a great lake view building site or two, just waiting for you to dig footings and start building your home or cabin.
The barn, or shop, is 26’ x 48’ on concrete and has an upper level accessed from inside by a flight of stairs (not a ladder). It is wired 110 and 220. This building even has a view of the lake!
You can hike or hunt many acres of the adjoining government woods, and even walk down to the lake from your building. The neighbors all have nice homes and live on their own acreages.
WOODED LAKE 5.15 ACRES
Situated between two larger lake acreages on the government take line near the Sunken Forest area on Bull Shoals Lake, this heavily timbered, level to sloping unimproved land has a lake view and electric service available on site. The neighbors are great, and are out of sight.
The property fronts a county gravel road that ends at the lake, and the paved state highway back to civilization is only about two miles away.
This spot would work well for a retirement home or second home, but mobile homes are not allowed here.
49 ACRES OVERLOOKING BULL SHOALS LAKE
Located in the Cedar Creek area of Bull Shoals Lake, high on a ridge that overlooks the main channel of the White River, this wooded parcel of land is restricted to residential construction only (no mobile homes) and has some great building sites in the trees. The county road goes on down to the lake, so a nearby access exists.
The setting here is very country, with no other homes in sight, the lake boundary is one of your adjoining neighbors, and the woods are lovely, dark and deep.
Shown by appointment.
5.67 WOODED ACRES ON BULL SHOALS LAKE
Located on a dead-end county road on a peninsula overlooking Bull Shoals Lake between Theodosia and Pontiac, this land adjoins the government shoreline and has a view of the lake looking southeast. Some nice homes have been built on other nearby acreages.
From here, you can walk down from a ridge top setting to the water, or you can drive a short distance to a spot where a road runs to the water and you can launch your boat. This is a country setting, and this property really lends itself to a walkout basement floor plan, one where your main level deck is up in the trees and most of the wildlife will stay one story lower.
9.75 BULL SHOALS LAKE ACRES
With more than a quarter mile of frontage on the government take line, and about the same frontage on a county gravel road, this all wooded acreage enjoys a secluded setting on a cove on Bull Shoals Lake. Some restrictions apply.
There's an easy walk to the water, and an excellent building site facing southeast.
There's also an adjoining government land acreage that is as pretty a woods as you're likely to see anywhere, accessible on foot and teeming with wildlife. The surrounding land includes a big Missouri Century farm, a lot of lake, and very few people.