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Less than 12 miles (15 minutes) from the historic Arcadia Valley, and only 40 minutes from Farmington, or about an hour from the St. Louis metro area. But once you're on the property all seems a world away!
Could this nearly 25 acres be what you've been looking for and dreaming of ... your own piece of remote Ozarks. You'll be tucked into the gently rolling hills, an ideal place to build a secluded home or cabin. Or just use it as a campsite and base camp for hunting. You'll find deer, turkey, an occasional feral hog perhaps, and black bear. All have been documented either living on or passing through these woods.
The area is home to a population of whitetail deer, turkey and small game ... and even a black bear or wild hog can be found roaming the surrounding hills on occasion.
If you're looking for an affordable getaway, you're private oasis deep in the woods, this is the property for you.
ADDITIONAL adjoining acres available!
Directions: From Ironton/Arcadia Valley go south on State Hwy 21 approx. 10.9 miles to State Route AA on right. Take AA about 1.9 miles to Co. Rd. 114/Church Road on left (turn off on curve), go to bottom of hill and veer left, continue to realtor sign on right.
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