Flat as a table-top and only 40 miles from the Springfield City Limits, this parcel is covered in mature hardwood forest. There’s an electric line across the road, and telephone and internet are readily available. If you need staples, the little village of Grovespring is 5 miles to the north.
This property is located at the end of Reynolds County Road 417, and frankly, the county hasn’t been doing a great job of maintaining the road. You can’t really blame them though, because nobody lives back here. However, we can assure you that the County Road Board are a bunch of stand-up guys who will attend to the road if you’ll just let them know, after you move out there.
The parcel is private and secluded, but very accessible. Road 417 goes through a few loops and switch-backs as it follows along the Corps of Engineers take-line of the lake, so when you arrive at Parcel A, 1.1 miles back from the pavement, you’ll feel alone in your own little world, and if you take a short hike through the woods, close to Clearwater Lake.
NEW PHOTOS! Just south of the Missouri-Arkansas line, we have Jones Point Estates Parcel G. This is 4.21 acres of gnarly old oaks and cedars growing in rocky glades. It’s named after the Jones Point Wildlife Management Area a couple of miles to the south. Bull Shoals Lake is at the bottom of the hill, about a mile from the property. Anyone who enjoys hunting and fishing is going to love this place. The access road is currently grown up in lespedeza from lack of use, but it’s a Marion County road, so they’ll maintain it when someone’s using it. This parcel has a small and completely unreliable little spring that flows out of the rock along the south boundary. I observed it flowing water in June, but you shouldn’t consider it to be anything other than an aesthetic feature.
Theodosia, Missouri is about 13 miles away. Electricity is a few yards away at County Road 164.