839+/- Acres Iron County Timber
Located in Iron County and about an hour and half drive S of St. Louis is where you will find these 839+/- acres. The 582+/- acre tract has some great hwy road frontage and both tracts back up to thousands of acres of Mark Twain National Forest. The land has been owned by the same family since the late 1800's or early 1900's and the last selected timber cut was approximately 25+/- years ago. There is great hunting and the recreational opportunities are endless. Also, Council Bluff Lake which is in the National Forest is just minutes away. There is also a boat ramp at this location which is called Enough Conservation Boat Ramp. The area is also very well known for Johnson Shut Inns, Elephant Rock, Tom Sauk Mountain and others. As I mentioned above these two tracts of land offer many opportunities and large tracts such as these are becoming very hard to find. This land is offered for sale at a very fair price of $1,006,800 or just $1200 per acre.
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