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Cattle Ranch & Hunting Land For Sale in Morgan County, MO
2803 Minnow Branch Road, Stover, Missouri 65078
200Acres
$510,000
Cattle Ranch & Hunting Land For Sale in Morgan County, MO
2803 Minnow Branch Road, Stover, Missouri 65078
200Acres
$510,000
Cattle Ranch & Hunting Land For Sale in Morgan County, MO
2803 Minnow Branch Road, Stover, Missouri 65078
$510,000
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Lytle Creek Ranch
327 Huseby Road, Hulett, Wyoming 82720
1,160Acres
$3,480,000
Lytle Creek Ranch - Crook County, Wyoming 1,160 acres - $3,480,000 . A hidden gem in the western Black Hills along Lytle Creek. This scenic mountain ranch lays adjacent to the National Forest on the west slope of the Bear Lodge Mountains. It offers live water, an incredible setting, and abundant wildlife in an end of the road location.
Lytle Creek Ranch
327 Huseby Road, Hulett, Wyoming 82720
1,160Acres
Lytle Creek Ranch - Crook County, Wyoming 1,160 acres - $3,480,000 . A hidden gem in the western Black Hills along Lytle Creek. This scenic mountain ranch lays adjacent to the National Forest on the west slope of the Bear Lodge Mountains. It offers live water, an incredible setting, and abundant wildlife in an end of the road location.
$3,480,000
Lytle Creek Ranch
327 Huseby Road, Hulett, Wyoming 82720
$3,480,000
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0.52Acres
$525,000
The Bellmoor Manor, located at 483 Co Rd 510 on the premier Rockwood Pointe area of Lake Wappapello, is being publicly offered for the first time. Boasting some of the biggest and most impressive water views and intense sunsets, this 5 bedroom 4 bath has plenty of space for you and yours.
Lakefront Home For Sale in Wappapello, Missouri, Butler County
483 CR 510, Wappapello, MISSOURI 63966
0.52Acres
The Bellmoor Manor, located at 483 Co Rd 510 on the premier Rockwood Pointe area of Lake Wappapello, is being publicly offered for the first time. Boasting some of the biggest and most impressive water views and intense sunsets, this 5 bedroom 4 bath has plenty of space for you and yours.
$525,000
Lakefront Home For Sale in Wappapello, Missouri, Butler County
483 CR 510, Wappapello, MISSOURI 63966
$525,000
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29 Acres For Sale in Butler County, Poplar Bluff, Missouri
8172 Hwy C, Poplar Bluff, MISSOURI 63901
29Acres
$475,000
One of a kind property! This sprawling farm will take your breath away with its gorgeous, rolling hills dappled with mature shade trees. The fully fenced perimeter, pond and numerous outbuildings offer endless opportunities for use of these park-like pastures.
29 Acres For Sale in Butler County, Poplar Bluff, Missouri
8172 Hwy C, Poplar Bluff, MISSOURI 63901
29Acres
One of a kind property! This sprawling farm will take your breath away with its gorgeous, rolling hills dappled with mature shade trees. The fully fenced perimeter, pond and numerous outbuildings offer endless opportunities for use of these park-like pastures.
$475,000
29 Acres For Sale in Butler County, Poplar Bluff, Missouri
8172 Hwy C, Poplar Bluff, MISSOURI 63901
$475,000
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Missouri, Dent County, 5 Acres
Lots 1 Wagon Wheel Ranch, Lenox, Missouri 65541
5Acres
$24,500
Wagon Wheel Ranch Lots 1 5 Acres This tract of land is a gorgeous piece of southern Missouri, strategically located close to the Ozarks and Mark Twain National Forest. The terrain is rolling to level in nature, providing some amazing scenic views. Deer and turkey are both in abundance on this property, with lots of other wildlife as well.
Missouri, Dent County, 5 Acres
Lots 1 Wagon Wheel Ranch, Lenox, Missouri 65541
5Acres
Wagon Wheel Ranch Lots 1 5 Acres This tract of land is a gorgeous piece of southern Missouri, strategically located close to the Ozarks and Mark Twain National Forest. The terrain is rolling to level in nature, providing some amazing scenic views. Deer and turkey are both in abundance on this property, with lots of other wildlife as well.
$24,500
Missouri, Dent County, 5 Acres
Lots 1 Wagon Wheel Ranch, Lenox, Missouri 65541
$24,500
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25% OFF: Missouri, Dent County, 20 Acres
Lot 20 Deer Valley, Gladden, Missouri 65560
20Acres
$30,000
Deer Valley Lot 20 20 Acres Tract 20 is a nice tract of land located in the Ozarks of Southern Missouri. This tract has private road access along the eastern and western boundaries. If you are looking for a great private tract of land for weekend hunting or building a small cabin, than this is your perfect place.
25% OFF: Missouri, Dent County, 20 Acres
Lot 20 Deer Valley, Gladden, Missouri 65560
20Acres
Deer Valley Lot 20 20 Acres Tract 20 is a nice tract of land located in the Ozarks of Southern Missouri. This tract has private road access along the eastern and western boundaries. If you are looking for a great private tract of land for weekend hunting or building a small cabin, than this is your perfect place.
$30,000
25% OFF: Missouri, Dent County, 20 Acres
Lot 20 Deer Valley, Gladden, Missouri 65560
$30,000
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Three Reasons to Invest in Midwest Land

Midwest Land

by Laura Mueller

Real estate investor Louis Glickman once famously remarked that “the best investment on earth is earth.” And it’s a sentiment that holds true today. Here are three reasons why read more…

Missouri

At LandHub we have a large selection of land for sale in Missouri. Check out the different types of land available including acreage, ranches, rural properties, hunting land, and more. Start looking in Missouri  for land for sale today with the help of LandHub.

Missouri is the hills Jesse James rode across; it is the rivers Mark Twain floated on. As the site of the two most important river confluences in the country – where the Ohio and Missouri rivers flow into the Mississippi River – Missouri has reigned in the American imagination as the “Gateway to the West” ever since Meriwether Lewis and William Clark launched their Corps of Discovery Expedition here in 1804.

The Show-Me State developed along the Missouri River corridor that slices across Missouri from east to west, connecting the great midwestern cities of St. Louis and Kansas City. North of the “Big Muddy,” as Missouri is known, the land rolls gently in the manner of the Great Plains. The southern counties of the state are punctuated by the Ozark Mountains, the most extensive range between the Appalachians and the Rockies.

Available rural land abounds in Missouri. Aside from Texas, there are more farms here than any other state. Of the 100,000 farms, several thousand are on the market at any one time, ready to be worked for income or converted into a recreational retreat. Some of the most fertile and affordable farm property is in the counties of Dunklin, New Madrid, and Pemiscot that make up the Missouri Bootheel that juts out of the southeasternmost part of the state. Potential land buyers should not be dissuaded by the New Madrid earthquakes that rocked this area in 1811 and remain the most powerful tremblers ever to strike the eastern United States.

Affordable prices are the watchword of hunting land in the Ozarks where the foothills are saturated with trophy games. Fishermen can look for property along with the more than one million Missouri acres of surface water that are home to more than 200 species of fish, including some of America’s largest catfish.

Frequently Asked Questions

Missouri is a state situated in the Midwestern part of the United States. The capital of the state is Jefferson City. Other large and important urban areas include St. Louis, Springfield, Kansas City, and Colombia. The state is named after the Missouri river, which flows right from the middle of the state and merges with the Mississippi River eventually.

Some Facts About Missouri

  1. Missouri is often referred to as the “Show me State.” This phrase became famous in 1899 when Willard Duncan said: “I am from Missouri and you’ve got to show me.”
  2. In 1904, at the St. Louis fair, Richard Blechyden was the first ever to serve tea with ice, thereby inventing ice tea. Ice cream cones were also invented at the same fair.
  3. Kansas City has the second most fountains in the world and only behind Rome.
  4. New Madrid suffered the most fatal earthquake in 1811. The earthquake made an impact on 1 million square miles. The Tri-State tornado, the most destructive tornado, destroyed around 90% of the state.
  5. The Tri-Square Lakes and Branson welcome about 65,000 visitors on a daily basis. These two places are only a day’s drive from 50% of the American population.
  6. The state celebrates Missouri Day on the third Wednesday of October.
  7. There are 114 counties in the state.
  8. Missouri is derived from an Indian Tribe “Missouris” and it means “town of large canoes.”
  9. The state has more than 6,200 caves. Richland city is the only cave that has a restaurant.

Why Should You Buy A Property/House in Missouri?

Missouri is like any other big state in the country. Springfield, St. Louis, and Kansas City are well-developed cities with modern amenities. Colombia is more or less a college town with many students residing here. The local culture here is centered on Tiger Football and the University of Missouri. The crime rate is low and the food is good with many good restaurants.

How is the Climate in Missouri?

Missouri has a continental climate with a lot of humidity. Summers are hot, wet, and humid. Winters are cold and snowy. It generally snows from December to February. On average, the state experiences 25 days of tornado activity. In winters, the temperature stoops down to 15 °F and in summer the temperature goes up to 100 °F.

What is the Cost Of Living in Missouri?

The cost of living is calculated by taking the average cost of living of all the states together. This average is considered to be 100 and the cost of living of the United States. An index below 100 means that the state is cheaper than most states. Whereas, an index above 100 indicates the state is costlier than most other states. The cost of living index of Missouri is 85.9. Housing plays a major role in bringing this index down.

How Is The Real Estate Market Of Missouri Performing?

The Missouri market is currently very hot. The average value of a home in Missouri is $163,700. This is a 3.9% increase from last year’s value. After going through data from previous years, it is anticipated that the value will further increase by 3.2%. The trend is an upward one. Therefore, it may be a good time to buy a house or a property as there are many houses and land available for sale in Missouri. The average price of the listing is $189,900. The average price of rent is $1,045. The market conditions are favorable for buyers. Buying land in Missouri could generate profits in the long run.

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