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ISO large property (200+ acres) with home in Missouri Ozarks

 
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Hello!

I currently live on an extended family homestead in WA state (with two other families) and we have all decided we would like to relocate together to the Missouri Ozarks.

We're looking for a property that has at least several hundred acres, a minimum 3 bedroom house in good condition, mix of pasture and woods. Must be remote enough to not be on any main highways.

We generally have been liking the Ava area, but we're flexible on location and will definitely look at other properties as long as they are kinda within the 20-40 minutes from town range (we don't want to be too close or too far away from a town, and preferably around the hour-mark from any major city).

Would be GREAT if there was a place that had multiple homes, but realistically we know some of us will probably have to build, but we do want at least one house to start with. Live water is of course, a bonus, especially if it's on a bigger waterway. We will be running large animals/cattle at some point, so finished pastures and usable barns/infrastructure is a huge bonus.

Budget will ultimately vary depending on what we're able to get for our farm here, but if you know of anything that fits the bill please let me know!

If this ad is up, it means we're still looking.
 
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Have you looked on the Landwatch website?   HERE
 
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Miles Flansburg wrote:Have you looked on the Landwatch website?   HERE



yes for sure! We check all the websites and we also have a realtor. I am hoping to find something pre-market or similar, maybe something FSBO... just trying to put out as many feelers as possible.
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If you find a property with a bunch of land can I buy 1 acre for cheap and help with the gardening? I’m trustworthy and reliable, just haven’t found my niche yet to make enough $ for serious homesteading. Thanks
 
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