Move the center of your universe to a country home in Theodosia and/or the Bull Shoals Lake area. You'll find that you can get anywhere from here, but you'll probably never want to leave.
ALMOST NEW HOME AND TRACTOR ON 29 ACRES
This custom built, over 1800 square foot, ranch style one level (over a crawl space) home enjoys a very private setting and is in move-in condition and awaiting your moving van or U-Haul truck. The builder/owner constructed it with low maintenance and low utility costs in mind, but has now decided to move back out west to live near his relatives during his remaining golden years.
The large master bedroom is carpeted, but the rest of the home’s floor coverings are tile and wood (including bamboo).
32.8 ACRE OZARK MOUNTAIN HIGH
This 2 bedroom, 1 bath, one level, open-floor-plan home with a triple carport plus 3 sheds lies almost due north of the Spring Creek arm of Bull Shoals Lake. The Mark Twain National Forest is nearby, and the towns of Gainesville and Theodosia are each less than 9 miles away (in opposite directions).
There are a private well and a private septic system here, plus another private well about a quarter mile east of the house where another home site with a great view sits. Most of this property is wooded and sloping.
A HUNTER’S DREAM
Enjoy a long view of the countryside from this 3 bedroom (1 non-conforming), 2 bath, 2990 square foot (960 unfinished) brick/vinyl home on 80 acres in Thornfield, Missouri. The home is on 2 levels; there’s a metal roof, a 2-car garage. and a newer 1000 feet of unfinished space over the garage, waiting for your finishing touches.
Located on a state maintained highway, the land is hilly and is about 20% open with 80% timber, just enough for the deer, turkey, and other game who call this home. Sit on the large deck and enjoy watching them late in the evenings or hunt this land and the 6000+ acres of Mark Twain National Forest which border it for almost 1 mile.
UNFINISHED HOUSE ON 8 ACRES
Hidden in the woods off of highway 160 in Taney County east of Forsyth and Branson, this home is finished on the outside and being constructed new on the inside.
If a buyer comes along soon, this can be configured in a variety of ways into its final room layout. Many building materials have been delivered and are on hand.
The location is proximate to the Mark Twain National Forest, Bull Shoals Lake, lots of woods and rolling hills and wildlife aplenty. The well and septic system are in and functioning. The 1340 feet would work well for a second home or for a down-sizer retirement home.