Parcel O is located on a ridge above the famous Bull Shoals Lake, meaning there are enough fish at the bottom of the hill to feed an army in perpetuity. But that’s only the beginning. This remote area is only two and a half miles through the nearly uninhabited woods from the enormous Jones Point Wildlife Management Area. In short, of all of the abundant fauna on all of our properties, this is the location where you’re certain to encounter the largest variety of wild Animalia. So… whether you’re into photographing the unsullied beauties of nature, or blowing it’s brains out, there’s something here for you. But this property has a lot more going for it than just that. It’s pretty level, for land in the Ozarks at least, and along the back boundary, if it’s been raining fairly recently, you’ll find the tiny trickle of an intermittent stream. Plus, as previously mentioned, Bull Shoals Lake’s 1,000-mile shoreline is at the bottom of the hill surrounded by U.S. Government land. In fact, there’s a lot of National Forest and National Park Service land in this neighborhood, which is about 13 miles south of Theodosia, MO, Despite the facts that the county road comes this far back and electricity runs along the county road, this is one of the most remote areas left around the lake. It would make a tremendous investment for you, assuming you order it before someone else does..
This parcel fronts on a sort-of county-maintained road. That is, we built this road to County standards back around ’03 I think it was, and the county agreed to take over maintenance, but nobody’s living on any of these parcels, so the county just lets the road grow up, and there’s no grading to do. You can fix that by moving here. And “here” is a pretty good place to be 3.32 acres of mature woods, lots of oak and cedar on reasonably gentle terrain less than half a mile from the 1,000-mile shoreline of Bull Shoals Lake. The parcel gets wider as you walk back from the road. It makes us think that someone could build back in the middle of the widest part and finally have all the privacy and seclusion they want.
This scenic and rugged lake parcel offers wild terrain, lots of towering hardwood trees, and a couple of wildly situated building spots. You can build a home amid the tree-tops on this parcel that features extreme elevation changes, big native oaks, and Ozark-style verdant vistas all around. It’s really a cunning and scenic tract of woods, and it just happens to be at the top of the hill above Clearwater Lake in Reynolds County, Missouri, twelve miles east of the hamlet of Ellington. So, besides this charming property, you also have thousands of acres of state and federal government forest surrounding the lake and scattered about the neighborhood, in case staying home in your own woods gets a little tedious. There’s a boat dock and marina at the bottom of the hill if you’re into boating, and thousands of acres of hunting ground if you enjoy killing things.