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Located at the end of a private gravel drive, 6 miles West of Hwy. 61 at New London, 10 minutes from the John F. Spalding Recreational Area at Mark Twain Lake and less than 5 minutes from the Salt River Access, this site is an oasis of trophy hunting habitat. 66 acres of mature timber offer countless bedding and cover options for the host of wildlife who call this tract home, while 28 acres of lush, secluded pastures are an ideal location for secluded food plots, livestock grazing or horse set-up. Other amenities include a nice 4 bedroom, 2 bath double-wide manufactured home with a 2 car garage and partial basement, a 45 X 25 3-sided equipment shed and a 18 X 30 machine shed. 1/2 mile of Sugar Creek flows thru the middle of the site, providing an excellent wildlife water source & family recreation area.