Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Missouri History! This 92-acre property has it all, including James River frontage, spring-fed ponds, and a portion of Ragsdale Creek. The NE property is fenced with livestock facilities. The original homestead sat at the apex and overlooked the ''Bell Plantation'', estb. in 1846. The lower land may have served as refuge for soldiers during the Civil War Era. Hundreds of years prior, the grounds were inhabited by various Indian tribes, including mound builders. Approaching the heart of this property, the split driveway leads you to the woodshop/garage and home. The shop is equipped with 220, being built into a proper wood shop, with room to store your vehicle, and a deck out back to relax. The home has a heated sunroom, deck, and storm shelter nearby. The living room features a skylight, wood burning stove insert, and wood storage with exterior access. Traditional galley kitchen with breakfast nook, which could be made into an open concept. The formal dining room has been re-imagined and is currently used as an art studio; the large windows provide abundant sunlight and exquisite inspiration from the pristine grounds. Five bedrooms provide plenty of options. Heading outside you'll see a year-round, spring-fed creek running to the pond closest to the house. Beyond this are grape, blueberry and blackberry vines, fruit and nut trees, (3) 45x120' food plots, and a raised garden bed. The 68x96' barn has a tac room and electrical, perfect set-up to add stalls. One side of the barn has a concrete floor, a water trough and is open. True pride of ownership and stewards of the land, the owners have lovingly maintained the grounds for a quarter of a century. Newer roof, HVAC and electric boiler. This property is breathtaking and serene. Perfect combination of pasture and mature timber, providing shade and sanctuary to an abundance of wildlife and livestock. Equipment available.
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