$500 Down And No Credit Checks
This private wooded acreage offers county road frontage as well as mature oak, pine and hickory trees. The property is located within about a mile (or about 50 feet, as the crow flies) from the Vera Cruz Access Area to the Bryant Creek. The Vera Cruz Access Area has public access points to Bryant Creek as well as Hunter Creek. The Vera Cruz Access Area also has bathrooms and primative campsites. Build your home or cabin on your private 12 acres and eat fresh fish for lunch every day. This property is covered in mature timber which you can use to build your own home or cabin (timber can be cut after the property has been paid for in full).
This large 12 acre tract is located about 15 miles east of Ava, Missouri and less than 1 1/2 hours from Springfield, Missouri. Not only can you hunt, camp and explore on your own private 12 acres, you are also just a short drive to thousands of acres of National Forest which can also be used for hunting, camping and recreation. You can hunt in the Vera Cruz Conservation Area as well.
The property has good access on a county maintained gravel road along its north side. There is a nice meadow area on the northeast side of the property which would make a gorgeous building site.
This 12 acres has very diverse terrain, from meadows to wooded areas and even a pond. All of the photos (and the video) were taken in the late winter with no leaves on the trees (except the pine and cedar trees which are beautiful all year long). In the spring and fall everything will be leafy and beautiful.
Ranch Map & Boundaries
To get to the property from Springfield, Missouri go east on Highway 60 to the town of Mansfield. Then go south on Highway 5 to the town of Ava. From Ava, go east on Highway 14 for about 9 miles and then go left on "AB Highway". Stay on AB Higway for about 3 1/2 miles and at the bottom of the hill the Highway will turn to gravel and there will be a fork in the road. You are now in the Vera Cruz Access Area. Go left at the fork and you will cross an old concrete bridge which goes over Hunter Creek, you are now on County Road 230. Go about 1/4 mile on County Road 230 and take your first left (just past an old rock barn) onto County Road 214. County Road 214 is quite steep and it winds up a hillside. Once you get to the top of the hill and the road goes to the left and straightens out, proceed about 1/4 mile to the land on the left.