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344 Buttercup Lane, Seymour, MO - Home and Farm for Sale on Acreage in Southwest MO

344 Buttercup Lane, Seymour, MO




Offered at $659,000

 

This is an exceptionally nice working farm.  All brick custom built home, very well maintained and nicely updated with new Hickory floors, carpet and tile.  Spacious rooms with lots of built-ins and storage, plus the spectacular sunroom, bonus room, and office. High speed internet is available here!

Features:


  • 24 X 24 attached garage;
  • 60 X 54 haybarn
  • 96 X 80 barn
  • Feed shed
  • Historic wood barn approx 40 X 40;
  •  Milk house
  • Land is approx 80% good pasture, with panoramic views.
  • 5 ponds
  • Small stocked lake
  • 3 springs
  • Creek across the property
  • Almost 1/2 mile of paved private road into property
  • 2 wells.

 



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Contact Lina Robertson Jones

 

 

 About the author:  I am full-time REALTOR® with RE/MAX Solutions in Springfield, MO, and a member of the Greater Springfield Board of REALTORS®.  I have helped hundreds of families in the Springfield, Nixa, Republic and Ozark real estate markets, whether buying a home, or selling a home.  Visit my website  to search for All Springfield MO Area MLS listings.  Want to know what our market is like?  My website is also an excellent resource for current Springfield MO Area Real Estate Market Reports, as well as current market reports for Ozark, Nixa, Republic, and Rogersville.

 

 

Comment balloon 2 commentsLina Robertson • July 10 2011 10:08AM

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Lina - What a wonderful presentation. I was enamored until I saw the deer on the wall. But when I got to the live deer, I was back. The property and the historical barn WOW what a buy. Are you in escrow yet?

If not, you will be soon.

Posted by Ken Barker Realtor® GRI, E-Pro Certified (Dilbeck Real Estate) about 7 years ago

Thanks, Ken!  It really is gorgeous out there.  We discussed the deer on the wall, but I realized I was in for a fight with the husband if I made him take it down.  I finally decided that if someone was going to purchase a working farm on 160 acres, they probably have their own deer head to mount on the walls.  :)

Posted by Lina Robertson, REALTOR® Serving Springfield, Nixa and Ozark, MO (RE/MAX Solutions and RE/MAX House of Brokers) about 7 years ago

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