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243 Acres – Callaway County MO

Area Size: 243 Acres
Price: $725,000

This 243 acres is for the select buyer who demands value!

Home-The two story three bedroom home is 16 years old and in excellent condition. It has a full basement, propane heat and air-conditioning. The nearly 1400 sq. ft. of living area is easy to maintain and move in ready.

CRP income – The new owner will have $10,004 annual guaranteed income from the 93.8 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. The acreage is in compliance with the program including food plots for deer. A copy of the CRP contract is available in the additional document section.

Fishing and Hunting – the 1 ½ acre large pond and ½ acre pond offer some great fishing. And this area of Callaway County boosts some of the best deer hunting south of I-70.

The entire 243 acres are fenced.

A very clean and attractive farm that anyone would be proud to own!


Address: 6680 County Road 191 Portland MO 65067
Total Acres: 243
Tillable Acres: none in cultivation
Open Acres: 100 acres
Pasture Acres: CRP - 93.8 acres
Timber Acres: 140
Building Acres: 2
Streams: none
Ponds/Lakes: two
Improvements: 3 bedroom home; large machine building
Brief Legal Description: Sections 26&27 Twp47N R7W
Utilities: deep well, electricty
Zoning: agriculture
Taxes: $887.89
School District: callaway-R-2

Soil Information: Keswick loam (5%-9% slope) comprises 36% of the soils. The Goss-Gasconaded-Rock outcrop complex (5%-35% slope) comprises over 40% and is in woodland growth. Gorin silt loam (3%-9%) makes up over 15% of the soils Other sois include Lindley, Cedar Gap and Lily-Winfield-Rock outcrop complex - See Soil Report for details
Topography: The highest elevation is 832 ft at the western boundary and along the county road. The property slopesd to the east to the lowest elevation of 740 ft. There are three wet weather stream. There are several large pond and/or small lake sites in the woods. (Togography map is in the Additional Document Section)

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legal description//plat map//county real estate tax assessor aerial//county real estat tax assessor property card//county real estate taxes//topograhy map//soil map//farm service agency map//CRP contracts//most recent deed

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Driving Directions & Notes

Beginning at Wentzville, travel west on I-70 to the Williamsburg exit. Exit north into Williamsburg to stop sign. Travel west to State Highway D. Travel West to State Highway D. Turn south and travel to State Highway K. Go east to County Road 191. Turn North and travel 1/2 mile to property on the right. Gate is locked.

Broker: Leon R. Miller Phone: 314.966.4100

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November 8, 2017 - November 8, 2019