Turn-key Sustainable Homestead on 14.7 acres. Greenhouse is 20 ft diameter state of the art and solar powered (from Growing Spaces) with aqua/hydroponics set-up. Excavation for in-ground greenhouse 36x18on great south facing slope. Orchard has well established ...and newly planted trees...a large variety, several variety of newly planted nut trees, 11 blueberries and a young vineyard. Numerous raised beds, including an asparagus bed, make gardening easy. Metal roof has water collection system. Solar panel frames in the ground, panels and electronic equipment are in the shop, battery storage is the only component needed to complete. Rabbit hutch barn with rabbits, Chicken coop/barn with ducks and chickens. Sheep and goats on lower pasture with 1 of 2 ponds, this pond has a small spring. Neither pond has gone dry. Ranch styled home is sprawling. Home is centered around a very functional kitchen and the very large Great Room (1000sg ft) is ceramic tiled with a cathedral ceiling includes an old-fashioned cookstove, it is plumed and wired for a second or canning kitchen, this room is suitable for meetings or large family get-togethers. Just off the Great Room is a food storage room with below ground walls, for temperature control, and LOTS of shelves. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, oversized 2 car garage with storage shelves. Unfinished 900 sq ft carriage room over garage. Large attached shop roughed in for another full bath.
Close to Springfield and Branson Missouri. Only 4 miles to Ava. Douglas Co Missouri has no building codes but this house is built to national codes!
Owners MUST relocate because of an amazing job opportunity and are heart-broken to leave this homestead. All animals ( hair sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and rabbits) may/may not convey. May also convey Garden Tractor with bagger and cart, Chipper and other equipment for gardening and animal care.
Primary heat: Propane Forced air also Fireplace insert
Ava R-1 schools
Acres 14.7 W/L
Square feet: 4500 approx
Douglas County, Ava, Missouri $260,000 will negotiate
Contact: Sharen Berry owner:
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