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  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Bismarck
    Zip Code:
    63624
    Bedrooms:
    6
    Bathrooms:
    2
    Lot size:
    1565 Acres

    Here is a rare opportunity to own your own income producing deer farm. The deer that are harvested here are raised on the farm. There is lots of room to increase the doe herd which would increase your harvestable bucks. The owner is already booking hunts for next year and has an established client base. There is a large hunting lodge, two cabins numerous out buildings and two twenty acre lakes plus a total of fifteen hundred sixty five acres M/L. The high fence is state approved high fence. Owner financing available to qualified buyers.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Bismarck
    Zip Code:
    63624
    Bedrooms:
    6
    Bathrooms:
    2
    Lot size:
    1565 Acres

    Here is a rare opportunity to own your own income producing deer farm. The deer that are harvested here are raised on the farm. There is lots of room to increase the doe herd which would increase your harvestable bucks. The owner is already booking hunts for next year and has an established client base. There is a large hunting lodge, two cabins numerous out buildings and two twenty acre lakes plus a total of fifteen hundred sixty five acres M/L. The high fence is state approved high fence. Owner financing available to qualified buyers.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    6 + 1
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    6 + 1
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    6 + 1
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

  • 5,500,000.00
    City:
    Cape Girardeau
    Zip Code:
    63701
    Bedrooms:
    8
    Bathrooms:
    7
    Lot size:
    68 Acres

    Through the year's Elmwood was first known as the "Giboney Place" after the original family that owned it since they laid claim in 1797. Alexander and Rebecca Giboney traveled from territory now known as West Virginia, down the Ohio River and crossed the Mississippi River at Cairo, landing above New Madrid at Byrd's Point. Alexanders brother-in-law established in the new territory in 1795, just after Lorimer settle in 1793. They built and lived in a one room "cabin", later building a larger frame homestead. Mr. Giboney died in 1804, and Rebecca Ramsey continue managing the plantation, originally 400 Arpens until her death in 1840. Her son Andrew Giboney began building the large brick manor house in the mid 1840's. His only surviving child, Mary Hunter Giboney returned home at the end of the civil war, and began active management of the place. Mary married Louis Houck and they continued living with her father until his death in 1875.

  • 5,483,750.00
    City:
    Carrollton
    Zip Code:
    64633
    Lot size:
    583 Acres

    If you’ve driven HWY 10 from Richmond to Carrollton, MO, you’ve seen some of Missouri’s highest quality bottom farms spanning as far as the eye can see. Not often does one become available for purchase, this farm has been in the same family for 34-years. This 583+/- acre, contiguous farm, lays 5-miles west of Carrollton, 1.5 miles north of HWY 10. Of the total acres, 532+/-acres are in row crop production. The same farmer has been in place for several years and would like to continue should an investor purchase the property, however, the farm can be open for the 2022 farm season should a new owner choose to farm it himself, or lease to a farmer of his or her choosing. Cash rent estimates are $325 plus per tillable acre and there would be strong demand from farmers in the region.

  • 5,481,912.00
    City:
    Odessa
    Zip Code:
    64076
    Lot size:
    89.89 Acres

    89.891 acres of COMMERCIAL POTENTIAL. There are other large scale commercial businesses in the area. Come and be part of a great development. Price will range from $1.40 to $3.00 per square foot. Lot pricing will be determined by location vicinity; I-70/Old 40 Hwy frontage, number of square feet/acres, etc. Look to expand your business here! The growth potential is unlimited.

  • 5,425,000.00
    City:
    St Charles
    Zip Code:
    63348
    Lot size:
    217 Acres

    217 +- Acres in Unincorporated Saint Charles, 134 Acres tillable, remainder in pasture. 13.5 +- Acres Flood Plain. Zoned 1-4 Residential, best use 3 acre residential lots. Public water available 4500 +- feet to East of site on Morrison Lane. Great 1031 Buyer Exchange property.

  • 5,425,000.00
    City:
    St Charles
    Zip Code:
    63348
    Lot size:
    217 Acres

    217 +- Acres in Unincorporated Saint Charles, 13.5 +- Acres Floodway and Flood Plain. Zoned 1-4 Residential, best use 3 acre residential lots, investment or recreational farm.