Property Description
    Land

  • 600 total acres
  • 12 acres mowed, park-like setting
  • 110+/- acres crops
  • 320+/- heavy timber
  • 98+- acres parture
  • 60+- acres water
    Water
  • 5 lakes (22 acres, 10 acres, 4 acres, 3 acres, 1.5 acres)
  • 12 ponds
  • Approximately 1 mile of Marias des Cygnes River frontage
  • Approximately 1.5 miles of Mulberry Creek that meanders throughout property
Property Details
    Location & Access

  • Approximately 50 miles South of I 435 & Metcalf
  • Accessed by 4 lane US Highway 69
  • Approximately 8 miles east of Highway 69 via Highway 52


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Buildings
    Mulberry Duck Club

  • 80' X 55' Party Barn (heated, insulated, cedar exterior, lodge-style pecan wood room with bar, stage, electric generator and barnwood bathroom with shower and laundry)
  • Large Cabin (sleeps six)
  • Small Cabin (sleeps four)
  • Bunk House (sleeps twelve)
  • 40' X 60' Metal Machine Barn
    Broken Arrow Ranch
  • Caretaker House (caretaker has lived there for over 20 years and is willing to stay. He is an EMT, mows, does odds and ends labor, and watches over the property)
  • 2 Small Barns
  • 1 Hay Barn
  • Steel Fenced Cattle Corrals
Activities & Potential Uses
  • Hiking along the 4.5 mile nature trail that cuts through heavy timber and is excellent for hunting and enjoying the natural surroundings
  • Boating on Rivers & Lakes (boat ramp on Mulberry Creek which provides access to the river)
  • Excellent fishing on the Marais des Cygnes River, Mulberry Creek and all lakes and most ponds. State record fishing. Fish for spoonbill, walleye, crappie in the summer and bass, catfish, etc. all year long
  • Camping
  • Extraordinary hunting (ducks, geese, turkeys, deer, squirrel, rabbits)
  • Enjoy wildlife (bald eagles, turtles, geese, foxes, bull frogs, river otter, beaver, white tail deer, squirrels, armadillo, blue heron, ducks, bob cats, oppossom, and 27+/- varieties of birds)
  • Rifle range, pistol range & skeet range
  • Paintball course