Coming to Theodosia is like stepping back into yesteryear. Acquire a chunk of woods or pasture land in this low population density area and find out for yourself. This property comes in many sizes and configurations, and is not far from Bull Shoals Lake and the paved roads, but just far enough.
45 WOODED ACRES IN THE COUNTRY
Located about 4 miles (as the crow flies) south of Gainesville and not far from the Arkansas State Line, this land is unimproved and mostly wooded.
The topography varies from level to sloping. If you make a little clearing in these woods, you’ll be rewarded with a great view of the surrounding hills and hollows and very few glimpses of civilization in any direction.
A county road off of Highway 5 fronts this property, and it is very lightly traveled. This could be a super getaway spot for some, an excellent deer and turkey hunting place for others, or a great homesite for someone wanting to get off the grid and drop out of the race (the rat race, the human race, or whatever race you’d like to leave behind).
HIGH COUNTRY 115 ACRES
Located on Chain Link Mountain, off the public road, this land may be for you.
It is all wooded and accessed by a private road, and it has an awesome wildlife population (especially deer and wild turkey).
There are large surrounding farms plus some nice homes on smaller acreages in this area and it’s a short way out to the county road and another short way out to a paved state highway.
Bull Shoals Lake and the Mark Twain National Forest are each only a few minutes away, and Theodosia is within 6 miles.
These woods are lovely, dark and deep, and the price is cheap, so bring your jeep.
5 ACRES WITH WELL
Not far north of a Bull Shoals Lake peninsula known as Noland’s Point, on a dead end county road off of OO Highway, this wooded land is level to sloping and has a big cattle ranch over the fence behind it. There are no close by neighbors (i.e. no two legged ones).
With the well already there, and no restrictions to deal with, this could be a great spot for your cabin now and maybe your retirement home later. Or, you could just bring your RV and have a super getaway spot to escape to once in a while, especially when the fish are biting and/or the hunting seasons are open.
153 ACRES OF COUNTRY SERENITY
Situated between some large farms and similar acreages, this land varies in topography from level to rolling to hilly, and has an interesting and rich biodiversity of flora and fauna that are native to the Ozarks.
With the land’s surface being roughly half in trees and half in fields, many uses are possible here. The perimeter of this land is fenced, and access to it is by county gravel road.
There is a well here, electric service, 3 ponds, and an old barn building and home place that are no longer in use.
The Mark Twain National Forest is nearby, and Bull Shoals Lake is about a 15 minute drive away. Shown by appointment.
40 ACRES OF FIELDS AND WOODS
Located about 3 miles west of Theodosia, on a county gravel road between the Little North Fork River and The Big Creek arms of Bull Shoals Lake, this land has no buildings or improvements yet.
The grazable pastures are in good shape, and comprise the majority of the acreage. There are also plenty of wooded areas, and they are scattered around the property.
All that’s missing here is your cattle and two or three well disguised tree stands. The buyer for this place probably won’t be a vegetarian.
37 ACRES NEAR TOWN
With frontage on U.S. Highway 160, as well as on an Ozark County gravel road, much of this land is hayable or could be used as high quality grazing land.
The adjoiners are larger acreages, and they are well kept places, making this spot a real nice country neighborhood. Bull Shoals Lake is less than a ten minute drive away, and town is a little closer.
The gently rolling topography and scattered trees add to the visual appeal, and there’s already a drilled well on this land. That might be just the place to build your cabin or retirement home, or both, in that order.
52.6 ACRES IN THE BACKWOODS
This almost all-wooded property fronts a county gravel road about 3 miles from pavement and civilization as most folks think of it. Located south of Gainesville and very near the Arkansas State Line, the land is level to sloping and has some great building sites with long views, including a view of Bald Dave, a nearby wooded mountain just a little east of here.
Also present are lots of wildlife, including good deer and wild turkey populations.
An old road enters the property from the county road through a locked red steel gate. The key to that gate could have your name on it.