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This large, wooded lot is about an hour south of downtown St. Louis - close enough for convenient access to the city, but far enough away to capture the natural beauty of the Ozarks. If you're looking for a weekend getaway or to build a dream home surrounded by nature, this lot is perfect for you!
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. Lot 7C includes an easement providing access to the lake for all Kingston Lake Estates residents.
*This is not a lake lot, but does have access to the lake via easement*
This listing is part of Kingston Lake Estates - Phase Two. The entirety of Phase Two is listed at MLS #22011596.
Photos included in this listing may have been taken from nearby lots, but are representative of the subdivision.
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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Listed By: Cody Barton of Worth Clark Realty