HUGE PRICE REDUCTION ! This is your opportunity to own a Bourbeuse River Farm !! One of the finest cattle farms and hunting properties I have ever listed, this farm has it all. It is a hunter’s dream. First time visiting the farm we counted upwards of twenty deer and fifty to sixty turkey in two different flocks. You will not have to travel to Northern Missouri to harvest a 160+ inch Whitetail Buck. The owner harvested a 160+ inch buck while in the shooting blind that is just outside the yard last November!! Bobwhite quail call the farm home and if you like to varmint hunt there are some coyotes occasionally passing through. You will have three quarters of a mile of the gravel bottom Bourbeuse River to yourself, family, and friends. Swim, fish for smallmouth bass, panfish, and catfish. Hunt morel, chantarelle, button mushrooms through the spring, summer, and fall. The majority of the farm cannot be seen from County Road 1400. This farm would be a showpiece for Quality Deer Management and the wild turkey habitat is second to none. Wild turkey prefer to roost above moving water, and the huge sycamores in the Bourbeuse river bottom ground provide the perfect roost for the turkey flocks.
The farm has approximately one hundred fifty acres of open ground, approximately ninety acres in pasture. There is one large pond and a year round creek for watering the cattle. There is a 66′ x 76′ barn with hay loft and metal corral for working cattle. Machine shed and workshop. Owner will offer the farm machinery to a buyer under contract if the machinery is still available.
There is a live spring that pours out of a concrete basin which provided water for a sawmill and tannery that was located on the farm years gone by.
The 2300 square foot farmhouse was built in 1940 and in 1998 an addition and complete remodel was performed. It is well kept, warm and cozy with a country kitchen, screened back porch/sunroom, two bedrooms on the main floor and the master bedroom with jacuzzi and large walk in closet on the upper floor. Coming down the hardwood stairway, a large arched window provides a view of the Bourbeuse River bottom. From that vantage point I spotted eleven deer on my first visit to the farm. A basement provides much room for storage and a newer propane furnace warms the home. A wood furnace provides extra warmth on those cold winter days and nights and a wrap around porch provides a peaceful and quiet place to spend Missouri evenings. One car attached garage.
Bordering row crop Bourbeuse River bottom farms provide the soy beans and corn for the Deer and Turkey.
Farms like this do not come along very often, once in a lifetime for many farms like this. Shown by appointment only, call Danny L. Miller at 573-528-1489
Bourbeuse River FArm
Phelps/Gasconade County farm. 190 acres, remodeled farm house, 2 big barns, quarter mile of the Bourbeuse River flows thru the farm. LOADED WITH DEER AND TURKEY. Working cattle farm.