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1.49 acres | Located in Greene County, MO

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Description

Dreaming of the countryside while still wanting to enjoy the perks of nearby amenities? This charming 1.49-acre parcel is calling your name! Just 10 minutes from local schools, Fair Grove, and only 20 minutes from Springfield, this property offers peace without sacrificing convenience. Included on the property is a 1999 single wide mobile home – unassessed condition – sold AS IS. You’ll find power, well and septic in place; however, the condition is unknown as they have not been utilized by the seller. With a touch of TLC, this could transform into your perfect home or an excellent investment opportunity. If you have new beginnings in mind, zoning allows for either stunning new site-built home or any size manufactured home. The neighboring parcel is also for sale, if you’re looking for a little more space which also includes a pole barn. Purchase both lots that total 3.06 acres for maximum savings! And don’t forget to check out our easy owner financing option that allows for you to start building, utilizing, or living on the property while making manageable monthly payments.

Just 10 minutes from Fair Grove and a short 20 minutes from Springfield, this gem of a location offers unbeatable convenience with shopping, medical facilities and more within easy reach. Plus, Pleasant Hope schools are just 10 minutes from the property. Adventure awaits in the surrounding area! Explore the first and largest Bass Pro Shop or the iconic Route 66 Car Museum. For nature lovers, walk or ride through nearby caves and caverns or visit several nearby local and state parks in the area that promise outdoor excitement. Outdoor enthusiasts will feel right at home with opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, boating and beyond. Enjoy a tranquil float along the Niangua River or James Rier or cast your line in Fellows Lake and McDaniel Lake. Slip on your hiking boots to uncover the beauty of Bennett Springs State Park or other nearby options. And if you’re searching for even more excitement, Branson MO is just over an hour’s scenic drive away – perfect for a day trip filled with fun and adventure. This remarkable location effortlessly combines relaxation and fun for everyone to enjoy. Assignment of Contract.

Property Information

Parcel Size

1.49

State

Missouri

County

Greene

Nearest Cities

Fair Grove – 10 Mins. | Springfield – 20 Mins. | Branson – 1 Hr.

Parcel #

02-29-400-038

Address

10033 N. Farm Road 165 Fair Grove, MO 65648

Legal Description

Wadsworth Park Unit 5 Lot 35

Property Taxes

$270.12

Features

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Acres

1.49

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County

Greene

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Access

Paved

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Power

Power on Site

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Water

Well & Septic Installed (Buyer Responsible for Due Diligence)

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Coordinates

37.377684, -93.263541

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Zoning

R-1

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Elevation

1281 FT.

Topography

Topography

Clear & Wooded Areas – Mobile Home on Site (Condition Unknown – Sold AS IS)

Nearby Cities / Attractions

Mark Twain National Forest

With more than 1.5 million acres of forest, 750 miles of trails, and 350 miles of rivers and streams, there are a plethora of things to do in the Mark Twain National Forest including hiking, horseback riding, fishing, canoeing and kayaking, camping and more. Spread out over 29 counties in Missouri, this Ozark oasis is a favorite place for the locals as well as those from all over the country. There are over 750 miles of hiking and multi-use trails to explore, including sections of the Ozark Trail. Along with numerous lakes, rivers, streams, and springs, the Ozark National Scenic Riverway lies near the heart of the national forest. An excellent destination for nature lovers, Mark Twain National Forest is home to over 650 native wildlife and bird species that live in a diverse forest, water, mountain, and prairie landscape. And yes, the forest is named in honor of Missouri native, Mark Twain.

 

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