Mobile Home and .21 Acres in the Missouri Ozarks
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Escape to your own private haven on 78 sprawling acres of natural beauty, where possibilities abound and dreams take shape. Nestled within the embrace of nature, this incredible property presents and exceptional opportunity for those seeking a blank canvas to create their ideal retreat. With a fixer-upper house, on-site utilities, and a recently logged landscape, this is a rare chance to shape your vision in an idyllic setting. Whether you envision a family homestead, a vacation getaway, or a a recreational paradise, this vast expanse provides a canvas upon which to paint your dreams. This 78 ml acre gem is unrestricted, allowing you the freedom to explore a wide range of possibilities. Whether you're interested in building a cabin, creating hiking trails, establishing a farm, running some cattle, or simply preserving the land's natural beauty, your vision can become reality. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the surrounding wilderness. Picture mornings spent listening to birdsong, afternoons exploring wooded trails, and evenings gathered around a crackling campfire under a star-studded sky. With an abundance of flora and fauna, this property offers a rare chance to connect with nature in its purest form. Explore all the Ozarks has to offer, from hunting and fishing to hiking and stargazing you're just minutes from the Mark Twain National Forest and the Ozarks National Scenic riverways. Let your adventurous spirit run free as you explore your very own slice of paradise, creating memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you are an aspiring developer, a nature enthusiast, or a visionary looking to craft a personal paradise, this 78 ml acre retreat offers the canvas, the tools and the inspirations to turn your dreams in to reality. Seize this unique opportunity and embark on a journey of creation, exploration, and fulfillment.
Directions: From Poplar Bluff take US-60 East. Left on MO T a little over 8 miles turn left on Northwood Lake Rd. Right on Sunrise Dr. Trailer is on the right sign in driveway
Wayne County, Missouri
Located in the southeastern region of Missouri, Wayne County is known for its outdoor recreational activities, particularly with its access to the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Its county seat is Greenville.
Wayne County had a population of approximately 13,521 as per the 2010 census.
Wayne County, Missouri experiences an average of 210 sunny days per year. The July high tends to reach around 89 degrees Fahrenheit, while the January low averages about 24 degrees.
Wayne County is served by multiple public schools, covering the educational needs of the local population.
The county has various healthcare facilities to serve the community, although it does not have a major medical center similar to Baxter Regional Medical Center in Baxter County, Arkansas. Residents may need to travel to larger cities for specialized medical care.
Wayne County is served by several electric cooperatives that provide electricity to the local communities. The cooperatives are generally smaller than North Arkansas Electric Cooperative and serve fewer counties.
The area has access to basic telecommunication services including broadband, mobile services, and landline telephone services, offered by various regional providers.
The nearest major airports to Wayne County are Cape Girardeau Regional Airport (CGI) in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL) in St. Louis, Missouri.
Greenville, Missouri - Greenville is the county seat of Wayne County and provides basic amenities to its residents. It serves as a hub for outdoor activities, particularly for those interested in exploring the nearby Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
St. Louis, Missouri - A major city in Missouri, St. Louis is located along the western bank of the Mississippi River. It offers numerous cultural and economic opportunities and serves as a major metropolitan area for residents of Wayne County.
Poplar Bluff, Missouri - Located to the east of Wayne County, Poplar Bluff offers additional healthcare, shopping, and recreational opportunities.
Ozark National Scenic Riverways - A unique national park that preserves the free-flowing Current and Jacks Fork Rivers. It offers opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, and fishing, among other recreational activities.
Wappapello Lake - This is a reservoir on the St. Francis River, created by the Wappapello Dam. Known for its scenic beauty and recreational opportunities like fishing, boating, and camping.
Sam A. Baker State Park - Situated in Wayne County, this state park offers a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, camping, and fishing.
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In addition to the natural attractions, Wayne County offers various outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, and hiking, making it a popular destination for nature enthusiasts.