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.
THEODOSIA 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.
IN-TOWN WOODED 38 ACRES
Water, sewer, and electric hook-ups are all available to this level to rolling woodland located in the county seat town of Gainesville, Missouri. With Lake Norfork to the east, Bull Shoals Lake to the west, and a big chunk of the Mark Twain National Forest to the north, outdoor lovers have some great year-round choices available for their spare time pursuits.
37 ACRES NEAR THEODOSIA
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.