48.5 Acres In The Ozarks
Near Warsaw, MO
Lake of the Ozarks
and the 35 acre lots can be sold separately.
acres are zoned residential, so taxes are slightly
higher (though way-cheaper by city standards).
acres are in woods
and hills, perfect for hunters, and has never been
13.7 acres with mobile home is aching for development and
would be a perfect place for a bait-and-beer shop.
Anglers and spoon billers descend in droves several
times a year and the property has never been hunted.
Plenty of morel mushrooms too!
Chocked full of deer, turkey and small game, this
property is directly across the road from the
Brown Bend boat ramp and access point, which has
bathrooms, paved parking, a fishing dock, boat ramp and
24 hour lighting. See pictures of Brown Bend
two adjacent properties are above Brown Bend Rd (that
The mobile home on 13.7 acres and the path leading to it
is very visible in the upper, right corner.
The 35 acres is to the left. And across the road
is Brown Bend boat ramps and Lake of the Ozarks.
boundary lines mark the two adjacent properties.
no. 16 and 13.7 Ac and the white square in it-
no. 11 and 35 Ac to the left of the 13.7 acres-
actual lake frontage, but it's just a stone's throw away.
selling point is: the 13.7 acres has commercial zoning
and buildings, and
is directly across the road from the popular Brown
Bend boat ramp/access point to the Lake of the Ozarks.
properties are adjacent but can be bought separately.
acres can hook onto my utility pole on the 13.7 and has
a perfect flat hilltop (with a view) for building.
Running a water line to my well is an option as well
(cheaper than digging a new one) and the 35 acres has
the majority of the timber that can be harvested.
Property taxes are under $300 a year
There is a
mobile home in need of some repair on site, as well as two
prefab garages, one enclosed and one open, that I use for
storage. A pole barn covers the mobile home and is very sturdy
and could easily be walled into a proper barn.
is in poor condition and not very photogenic (needs new sub
floor in master bedroom and master bath and new
carpet/flooring in kitchen).
A deep well
was drilled 12 years ago and a 750 gallon new septic tank was
installed. Power runs to the property and it is on.
is off of Bagnel Dam, which is independent of the power grid.
As long as water runs from Truman Lake to Lake of the Ozarks
they'll have power.
surrounding property are very nice and keep an eye out. When I
send you the map of the layout you’ll see how secluded it is
(one way in or out) and that roughly a thousand acres of
undeveloped woods and hills surround the property. Perfect
spot for preppers or a small hobby farm. Pasturage for goats
or sheep (best for goats, due to the underbrush and rocky
hills). My land is in a distant corner of the county that is
virtually ignored by officials, and better yet we get our
electricity from Bagnel Dam’s hydroelectric and that’s the
safest part of the power grid there is.
30 minutes outside of Warsaw, Missouri, which is the nearest
good-sized town and grocery store. Nearest gas station is
about 10 minutes away.
this little slice of heaven in the Ozarks!
on pictures to enlarge them
Two out buildings
View from gate at street
View toward the gate and street
property is heavily wooded.
of deer, turkey and small game.
been timbered. Lots of Oak and Hickory.
of Brown Bend dock area taken from the red metal gate
all those drab winter pictures we just had to sneak in a
spring shot of a Dogwood tree
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For more information
Call Ken at 479-502-1789
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