Barton Lane Farm is situated less than 2 miles from the city limits of Cabool in Texas County and is the last property on a dead end road. This incredible 88 +/- acre farm features a custom built 3,000 square foot home, multiple outbuildings, and a perfect combination of pasture and timbered acres. LandLocated at the dead end of Barton Lane is this incredible 88 +/- acre working cattle farm that is completely perimeter fenced and also has interior cross fencing. The property also features 3 ponds and 4 outbuildings that are currently being used for hay and equipment storage. A like new corral and head catch are also in place making it easy to work and care for livestock. In addition to the farming opportunities, theres approx. 50 acres of mature oak timber that has created the perfect habitat for a variety of wildlife. The whitetail deer and Eastern wild turkeys call that call this farm home are thriving and can be seen on about any given occasion. Another incredible attribute of the Barton Lane Farm is the ability to grow a large amount of fruit and vegetables. There's multiple fruit bearing trees around the yard including peach, cherry, and apple. You will also find multiple garden beds that annually produce lettuce, peppers, and tomatoes to name a few. The yard is also beautifully landscaped with multiple perennial flowers and plants. All of these dynamics put together make this the ideal farm to be able to grow your own fruits and vegetables as well as raise your own livestock.
ImprovementsThe centerpiece of the Barton Lane Farm is the gorgeous and extremely well built home. The home is 2 story spanning 3,000 square feet and offers 6 total bedrooms 3 non-conforming as well as 3 full bathrooms. The main level features 2 6 exterior walls, a master bed and bath, 2 additional bedrooms, the kitchen, pantry, dining, living, and laundry rooms. The large master bed and bath also have a large closet with an abundance of space. The main downstairs bathroom has tile flooring as does the kitchen. There is also a mud room and foyer on the main level. Another quality of the kitchen is the island that offers a granite countertop on one end as well as butcher block on the other. The upstairs has a large room for storage and 3 non-conforming bedrooms that could also be used as office space or a workout room. There's also one bathroom upstairs with tile flooring. French doors on the main level lead you out to the large deck that is ideal for watching the sun go down or for barbecues and entertaining guests. Barton Lane Farm has its own private well for water, a concrete septic for waste, and also has electric, propane, and wood heat. The outside of the home boasts fireproof Hardy board siding, a metal roof with guttering, and a large covered front porch. The 39 crawlspace has a fan system to prevent any moisture under the home. There's also a detached garage with door opener, power, and a concrete floor. Additionally, there are 4 other workshops, barns, and outbuildings. The red shop is on its own separate power meter and has 200 AMP service.
Region & ClimateSouthern Missouri is widely known for having 4 distinct seasons, its lush green grass, and crystal clear creeks. This region averages approx 45 inches of rain annually. In Cabool, June 1st to September 15th are the warmest months of the year with the average temperature being 79 degrees. November 25th to February 25th are the coldest months of the year with the average being 52 degrees.