This parcel is beautiful with nice views in all directions and a lot of scattered trees. It has several nice large clearings that sit back from the road and overlook the surrounding area. The main portion of the land sits on a long east/west ridge so there is no chance of flooding. The surrounding land is all woods and is just over a quarter of a mile from the Mark Twain National Forest and boarders several hundred acres of Missouri Conservation land to the west. That land is open to hunting, hiking and so on. The area is quite private but still convenient being about two miles from a paved road. About all you can hear out here are the wild turkey, deer, song birds, rabbits, squirrels and maybe a coyote or two at night. Water would be by your own private well or by improving the spring on the west side of the creek bed and sewer by septic or outhouse.
There is no zoning here and no building permits are required. There are also no restrictions in this area except for setbacks requirements for buildings and no junkyards, dumps and so on. Also, no mobile homes are allowed on this parcel, but travel trailers and RVs are OK. It is also restricted against more than five dogs and no Pit Bull dogs.
There are several creeks, rivers and lakes in the area and the large lakes of Norfolk and Bull Shoals are within an hour or so. The Jack’s Fork River is about 4 or 5 miles away and the Current River about 10 or 12 miles away.
This mostly wooded 20 acre parcel is an excellent recreational parcel or private building site. Electric is not available so you will need solar, wind or some other energy source. Access is via a National Forest Service Road which runs on the south side of the property. This partially wooded parcel has lots of mixed trees, including many pine trees. It also has some very nice views. It is quite private but just 8 miles from the town of Summersville, Missouri. It is about 18 miles to Mountain View, Missouri, which has a hospital, Wal-mart, McDonalds and so on. You are also about two hours from Springfield and another half hour to Branson.