Ozark Divide Parcel E

  • 9.09 acres
  • Texas County, Missouri
  • $Sold / $
  • 495.98
  • per month

Property Details

Here, you’re looking at the front gate of Parcel E from inside. Notice the crushed limestone we’ve put on the driveway as well as out on the access road.

Here’s the southwest corner of the parcel. The northwest corner is marked with a rebar and it’s 627 feet north of here.

And here’s the southeast corner showing some of the access road frontage. The northeast corner is 775 feet north of here.

I found these remnants of an old rock wall that once marked the western boundary of the property.

Also along the west boundary, I came upon this huge boulder. It’s about the size of a small car. I don’t suppose it has a lot of utilitarian value, but I thought it interesting.

We’ve made a crushed-limestone driveway from the access road deep into the heart of the property.

This little stream only runs when it's been raining recently.

The driveway takes you down into the heart of the parcel, in this little hollow.

You'll find several nice building spots here.

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Ozark Divide Parcel E

  • Off-grid
  • Crushed limestone driveway
  • Lockable gate
  • No mobile homes
 
The main road that runs through the Ozark Divide Properties is literally ancient. Since it follows some of the highest ridge(s) of the Ozark Mountains, it’s been around as long as anyone can remember, but as far as I can tell, no-one has lived there since the 19th century. What that means is that the clues of this past habitation tend to be subtle, long-lasting things like hand-dug wells, old stone foundations, and lots of old-time garden flowers like blackberry lilies and periwinkle growing where some pioneer wife set out a few in the effort to brighten the homestead.

When we were designing the layout of these parcels, Parcel E, was just a square on the map to me, but in the process of building the crushed-limestone driveway into the back-center of the property, I discovered several charming curiosities. Nothing earth-shaking, you understand, just interesting. Like the boulder I found back in the woods; it’s as big as a small car in an area of mostly gravel and slightly larger stones. Then there are the crude beginnings of a rock wall making what we real-estate whizzes call a “forty corner”, apparently to mark the corner of the forty acres to the west of this parcel. Those old-timers may have known a lot of things we don’t know today, but they didn’t know much about GPS surveying, because our survey shows the whole wall and corner are well inside the boundary of this parcel.

Another thing I discovered is that, if it’s been raining pretty recently, there’s a nice little stream of water flowing out of the ground that, while it’s flowing at all, is literally at the very headwaters of the Big Piney River.

Parcel E is the largest parcel at Ozark Divide at 9.09 acres. Here you will have about as much environmentally clean privacy—not to mention serenity, peace, and quiet—as most folks have ever known. The layer of crushed limestone we applied to the road will harden and level the surface and shed water. This will make it much easier to maintain over time than bare gravel. The terrain of the parcel goes from high ground up along the access road, down to the valley at the end of the drive, so naturally, you can expect that the ground is hilly and steep in places.

Cabool, Missouri, is 14 miles east, and Houston, Missouri, the county seat, is 16 miles north.
Size
  • 9.09 Acres Surveryed and Staked

Legal Description
  • Ozark Divide Parcel E: as shown on the Official Plat of Ozark Divide recorded in the Office of the Texas County Recorder, Houston, MO, Survey Book 2019S, Page 34, Instrument Number 201900034, all in Section 27, Township 29 North, Range 9 West.

Title
  • We will pass Fee Simple Title to the purchaser conveying 100% of the ownership of the property including all timber, mineral and water rights. We own this property free and clear of all tax liens, judgments mortgages or other encumbrances. As purchaser, you are not assuming any existing liens. We will record a Warranty Deed to the property in your name after you have made six monthly payments.

Access
    • The Ozark Divide Properties are accessed by Missouri State Highway Y, a two-lane asphalt highway 22 feet in width. Individual parcels are accessed by an unpaved rock-hardened roadway of one and two lanes.

Utilities:
  • Water:
    • We do not supply water or water systems to any of these properties. Purchasers of these parcels need to arrange to drill their own private water well. For information on drilling procedures you should contact local well-drillers. Current prices charged by local well-drillers run around $8 per foot to drill and $9-13 per foot to install a 6-inch casing. Missouri law requires a minimum of 80 feet of casing in all locations and more in some. The estimated cost of a complete well, casing and pump system in this area is $7,500. Permits are not required to drill water wells for single-family dwellings; however, you are required to hire a state-licensed well-driller.
  • Electric:
    • This parcel is off-grid. That is, electrical service has not been extended to the property. Commercial electricity is provided to the area by: Intercounty Electric Co-op, Licking, MIssouri, but lines have not been extended to the parcels. Intercounty charges 8 dollars per foot to extend electricity making them less competitive of private solar or wind installations.
  • Telephone and Internet:
    • Telephone and internet services are provided to Ozark Divide by CenturyLink1-800-201-4099. http://www.centurylink.com/ For cell phone service, we recommend US Cellular and for internet, a satellite provider.
  • Septic:
    • We do not provide any means of sewage disposal for these properties. Being in a rural area, the most common methods of sewage disposal are by individual on-site septic tanks and composting toilets.
    • The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has given general approval for this usage of this site for individual sewage treatment systems.
    • In-ground septic systems must be constructed in accordance with County and State standards, and you must obtain permission from the Texas County Health Department to install a septic tank. The average cost of a septic tank and drain field is approximately $3500. Composting toilets are available from under $1,000 to more than $3,000 according to your tastes.
  • Garbage Disposal:
    • Open dumping is illegal in the state of Missouri. Before occupying the property, you must make arrangements with a State-approved garbage collection company
  • Gas:
    • Propane gas is available from local dealers.
  • Mail Delivery:
    • Mail is delivered to Ozark Divide on Missouri Highway Y. To establish a mailbox there, contact the postmaster at the Cabool Post Office.

Deed Restrictions:
  1. No buildings shall be constructed within 100 feet of the centerline of the access road easement or within 30 ft. from a boundary.

  2. No refuse, debris, garbage, trash, unused building materials, old tires, or non-functioning vehicles shall be allowed to collect on the premises.

  3. You may keep whatever livestock or pets you wish so long as they are not allowed to create a nuisance to neighboring landowners, and are maintained in a healthy and humane manner.

  4. No parcel shall be further subdivided.

Deed restrictions are restrictions on this property which have been recorded with the county, and which will remain in effect even when the property changes hands. This does not mean that our contract, which expires when you no longer owe us money, does not contain certain requirements in addition to these.
Taxes
  • $100 (estimate)

Building codes and/or permits:
  • Texas County does not issue building permits and no building codes are in effect. The County Health Department must approve your septic system.
From Cabool, Missouri drive north on Highway 63 in 5 miles, turn right on State Highway H, Follow H through Elk Creek 7.5 miles to State Highway Y where you turn right again. Follow Y 1.7 miles to a broad driveway covered with white chat on your right. Follow this road back a bit more than 0.5 miles to the third locked green gate. Walk around the gate and explore the property to your heart’s content.

No Down Payment - Warranty Deed after Six Months

Welcome to OzarkLand.com where, since 1982, we have dedicated ourselves to making Ozark Mountain land available to anyone who sincerely wants to own it, on a first-come, first-served basis. You don’t need to make a sizeable down payment, or any down payment at all—just start making the monthly payments.

All of the properties we sell are owned by us, free and clear. That means that when we pass title to you, you don't need to worry that some disinterested third party—such as a bank—may own an interest in the property. This is frequently not the case in the real estate world at large.

We give you a Warranty Deed guaranteeing the title—no lease-options, no long-term land contracts, but fee-simple title to the property after only six months' timely payments.

All of the properties featured in our inventory are available to you via our very liberal financing plan. In fact, we’ll finance your whole land purchase with less paperwork and frustration than you'd experience buying a used car, and with no hidden expenses and one low-interest rate that’s remained unchanged since 1982.

We'll set up a contract with you in return for one monthly payment. After six monthly payments, we give you a Warranty Deed to the property, and we hold a Deed of Trust and Quit-Claim Deed as security. We record the deeds at the county courthouse at our expense, and we pay all closing costs.

There are no penalties for pre-payment.

Terms are 9% simple interest for 15 years.

Check out the "How It Works" page for more information.

  • House
  • 495.98 Bedrooms
  • 48900 Bathrooms
  • 9.09 acres