Ask Kim Nichols
This land truly showcases just how beautiful Missouri can be. The lake at the center of the subdivision is large and incredibly clear. It’s only around 8ft deep, so it isn’t safe for jet skis or similar water sports, but it is an excellent fishing lake.
The lots to the east of the lake are all fairly flat, especially for lake lots. The land slopes gently towards the water, with relatively few small hills along the way. An easement on Lot 7C allows all Kingston Lake Estates residents access to the water.
The lots to the south of the lake are much more representative the Ozarks. When looking south from the dam of the lake, you can see for miles. This land is textured and wooded, and there is at least one creek on every lot.
There are Protective Covenants on the land to maintain quality, and homes on these lots will all be built by the same master-quality builder. Lots can be purchased individually or in any combination.
Directions: Head south on Hwy 21 past Washington State Park, then turn right onto State Hwy 47. There are multiple gated, private roads leading to/running through the property from Hwy 47, ranging from 2-4 miles down the Hwy (near Mineral Fork bridge).
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