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17.41 acres | Located in Washington County, MO

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Description

Are you searching for stunning views, fresh air, and an unrestricted blank canvas?? Your search ends here with this expansive 17.41-acre parcel nestled against the serene backdrop of the Mark Twain Forest. Enjoy complete freedom with no restrictions or county zoning, letting your imagination soar as you transform this space into your personal paradise. Whether you envision a recreational haven or a charming residential retreat, this spacious property offers boundless possibilities. Picture yourself enjoying tranquil sunsets from the porch of your stunning new home – be it site-built, manufactured, modular, barndominium; any preferred type of dwelling is possible here! If setting up an RV/Camper for weekend escapes or full-time living appeals to you, you’re in luck! This property could be the ideal spot for both occasional getaways and long-term adventures in nature! The wooded acreage consists mostly of hardwood and pine, great for the outdoorsmen (or women) too! Power is running on Highway T – well and septic would need installed.

Just 20 minutes from Potosi and 30 minutes from Sullivan or De Soto, Missouri, this charming location offers easy access to nearby conveniences such as shopping, medical facilities, and much more. If you find yourself needing more variety, the cities of Rolla (1 hour) and St. Louis (1 hour 20 minutes) are close enough for comfort yet far enough to keep the peaceful ambiance intact. For those who thrive in the great outdoors, you’re in for a treat! This area is rich with opportunities to immerse yourself in nature’s beauty. Dive into adventures at Mark Twain Forest, Meramec Caverns, Elephant Rock State Park, Johnson’s Shut In among many others – all perfect setting for hiking and exploration. Plus, if you love being on the water, the Meramec River and Big River offer fantastic boating and fishing opportunities. Not to mention various spots perfect for a day of tubing, kayaking, or canoeing if that’s what floats your boat! If it’s a slower-paced lifestyle you’re after without sacrificing convenience or accessibility to outdoor fun- this property might just be your dream come true. Assignment of Contract.

Property Information

Parcel Size

17.41

State

Missouri

County

Washington

Nearest Cities

Potosi – 20 Mins. | Sullivan or De Soto – 30 Mins. | Rolla – 1 Hr. | St. Louis – 1 Hr. 20 Mins.

Parcel #

08-8.0-033-000-000-002.00000

Address

11862 State Highway T Sullivan, MO 63080

Legal Description

t W1/2 Ne1/4

Property Taxes

$21.63

Features

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Acres

17.41

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County

Washington

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Access

Paved

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Power

Power at Street – Solar Allowed Also

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Water

Well & Septic Needs Installed

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Coordinates

38.071101, -90.925227

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Zoning

No Zoning – Unrestricted

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Elevation

975 FT.

Topography

Topography

Heavily Wooded – Some Clear Area – Level Areas

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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