Address: 806 W. Battlefield Rd, Springfield, MO 65807
Courtesy of: Mossy Oak Properties Mozark Land and Farm LLC
Between Gainesville & Bull Shoals Lake on Hwy 160, a long private drive meanders across 220 acres of rolling hillsides through a spring-fed creek bottom and back up to a beautiful 4/3 home with magnificent panoramic views of the Ozark Mountain countryside. The 3000+ sqft home has great natural light with many Anderson windows throughout and a display of windows that extends 2 floors. A 3/2, 1280 sqft updated mobile home sits just out of sight also with a spectacular view. Home has 3bed, 2bath, kitchen/dining, formal dining, and laundry upstairs with extra living, bed & bath downstairs with part of it incomplete ready for your own touch. Land is 80% open scattered with shading oaks and the remainder in hardwoods and some cedar. Owners watch deer & turkey from their yard & on next hillside. Home includes many convenient features including a keypad door lock, many outlets inside and outside, a lit and partially floored attic, a central vac system (needs some ductwork for completion), gas log fire-places on both floors, and a large fenced yard for your pets. There is a 2 car garage with a third garage/workshop for mowers, ATV's and other smaller equipment. 220 available. The land is rolling to gently rolling with some level ridge-tops and bottoms. Fair condition fenced and cross-fenced. There are several great ponds scattered across the fields. A 30x60 hay barn, machine shed sits in the bottom near the stream. The single-owner (main) home was very well thought out and has been kept very clean and is well maintained and manicured. The 1999 mobile home was brought in in 2016 for mother-in-law quarters and has been and is continuing to be remodeled beautifully. Should one not need a second home, one could remove the mobile and build a large shop on the already leveled ground. Be sure to check out the video on this one and schedule a tour, quick! 30 minutes to Mountain Home, AR, 1.5 hours to Springfield, 4 hours to St. Louis, and Kansas City.