Reposession, back on the market!
A 12-by-16 foot primitive cabin or art studio or possibly heated hunting blind with no modern amenities on 6 acres. Owners will rent to own $1000 down $295 per month 100% rent credit for two years. (You will result in more than 10% purchase credit in 2 years)
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE THE WET WEATHER WATERFALL?
I dug out a video that the previous owner made- I uploaded it to youtube… He was an artistic type who lived there a few months a year, he made a good video at the right time, the wet weather waterfall does not always look as good as the video, I was just up there yesterday and the flow was much less, it’s a wet weather waterfall.
There is a bit of a catch to the video- The person who made this edited video probably made this video for family or friends… The video tends to center around his dogs- and he continuously talks about his dogs and also talks about the property… You have to bear with that, and pay attention to the background (also the grassy park the dogs run around in at the end of the video are not part of the property)
If you seek privacy, relative isolation yet also want to be close to all you might need this is your place. About a half mile to nearest “general store” 1.5 miles to public boat launch on Lake Pomme De Terre, Missouri’s original muskie lake. Approximately 30 miles to Truman Lake, Stockton Lake and Lake of the Ozarks. 35 miles to Bennett Spring State Park. Located just west of Galmey, MO, south of Hwy 254. 8 miles to Wheatland or Hermitage, 25 or so to Bolivar, Buffalo or Warsaw, 60 to Springfield. The cabin is near public land for deer and turkey hunting. The cabin overlooks a small wet weather creek and waterfall.
More photos here.
900 feet of primitive road, water hauled in (or set collect and filter roof water.)
Property comes with used generator, propane camping stove (bring your own propane), first aid kit, ladder, 55 gallon food grade water barrel, an old barrel stove, futon bunk bed, a table, and a few other odd and ends. Very rough land covered with cedars, oak and other trees.
This makeshift cabin was built by an old Navy Corpsman, he had artistic tastes which is one reason why he put so many windows in this elevated cabin. The cabin is very primitive, it’s certainly not the Hilton, but it is effective shelter or a fun little retreat.
When the deer in the pic was taken, the hunter had barely been in the even cabin 30 minutes before this deer came along on the trail about 50 yards away.