Attention to detail describes this one of a kind Miller County ranch. Entering the farm off the two lane blacktop highway through the gated and landscaped entrance you notice the live spring on your right and you see Old Glory waving in the breeze as you make a right turn down the silky smooth lane to the barn. At the barn you are greeted by the two billy goats in their pen and the peacocks wander out of the barn to see what is going on. You notice the chickens, some in their coop and others wandering around within the shady grove of oak trees on the bank above Carroll Creek. Reminds me of a petting zoo. On the back side of the barn you notice the steel pipe corrals and cattle working pens. Continuing on, the smooth as silk white rock lane transitions to a concrete drive that ends at the six thousand square foot ranch home. No expense was spared here, first evident in the amount of concrete that provides access to the three car attached garage and the detached two car garage/workshop/living quarters with full kitchen and full bath. The contemporary all brick ranch home is one of a kind. From the formal dining room, to the custom made oak cabinets and granite counter tops in the kitchen, to the fifteen by thirty foot living room, large office overlooking the barn and bottom field, to the coffered ceilings with tray lighting in the massive master bedroom, this house is extraordinary. Hardwood, carpet, and tile flooring on the main level. Large covered deck on the main level and covered patio below that is accessed from the full finished basement. Down the Italian marble stairway to the basement you will find the sixteen my forty foot game room, complete kitchen, two large bedrooms with their own bathrooms, a den, and a one car garage completes the fully finished basement area. Two fireplaces on the main floor and one in the basement. Nothing is out of place and the owner says any and all of the furnishings and farm equipment are available for purchase. This could be your turn key dream come true home and farm.
The farm has approximately seventy acres of improved pasture, year round water in Carroll Creek, two ponds, and five springs. Perimeter and cross fenced, alley ways for moving the cattle and steel pipe corrals and working pens. Hardwood oak, hickory, and a sprinkling of walnut make up the timbered areas of the farm.
Deer and turkey hunting on the farm is second to none. Trophies adorning the walls of the home are a testament to the quality of the Deer and turkey. During my tour of the farm we flushed a flock of turkey and deer tracks and rubs were easy to find.
Located only thirty minutes from Lake of the Ozarks, thirty minutes from St. Robert/Fort Leonard Wood, two and a half hours from St. Louis, one and a half hour from Springfield this ranch is a must see. Viewed by appointment only, call Danny L. Miller at 573-528-1489 or email email@example.com.