475± Acres
New Listing
Crawford County, Missouri

Crystal Springs Ranch

ID: 44293
Status: New Listing
Price: $3,875,000
Acres: 475±
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Timberland, Horse Property
Address: 191 Czar Tower Rd.
City, State: Steelville, Missouri
County: Crawford
ZIP Code: 65565
Presented By: D.W. Hindman
Taxes: $1,796
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,400
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3


Crystal Springs Ranch is nestled in serene seclusion, this extraordinary property is a harmonious fusion of natural beauty and rustic charm. With the Mark Twain National Forest enveloping three sides, this private haven offers an unparalleled sense of escape and tranquility. Nature's gifts abound, from artesian wells to babbling spring-fed creeks that meander through the landscape, enhancing the idyllic atmosphere. A shimmering pond, its waters fed by crystal-clear springs, beckons with the promise of leisurely afternoons spent fishing for trout. The undulating terrain, punctuated by rolling hills and the majesty of the Ozark Mountains, creates an inviting tableau that seamlessly integrates with the surroundings. The property's thoughtful layout ensures an optimal arrangement, while a sizable 7-acre lake teems with bass, bluegill, and catfish, providing a haven for anglers. For those seeking the rustic charm of a bygone era, a lovingly and extensively restored 1930s log cabin stands as a testament to timeless architecture. The carefully curated dwellings on the property are thoughtfully plumbed with the purest spring water, seamlessly blending modern comfort with the essence of the land. Each dawn bathes the landscape in a golden hue, offering breathtaking sunrises that cast a warm glow over the spring-fed creek. This haven is an equestrian and agricultural paradise, boasting expansive pastures adorned with luscious grasses. Fenced and crossed-fenced, it presents an exceptional canvas for cattle or horses to graze and roam. The land's rich fertility and vibrant energy echo through the mature forests, providing an excellent backdrop for hunting enthusiasts. Black bear and the occasional mountain lion gracefully traverse these lands, sharing their realm with stately mature white-tailed deer and giant tom turkeys. Located in a remote sanctuary, this property spans nearly 500 acres of unspoiled pasture and timberland. Its proximity to the recreational offerings of the Mark Twain National Forest and various Missouri Department of Conservation sites ensures that every day brings a new adventure, whether it's hiking, fishing, cave hunting, or simply basking in the embrace of nature's splendor. This is an opportunity to own a slice of unspoiled paradise, where the rhythms of the natural world set the pace and the senses are awakened by the beauty that surrounds. This recreational rich area is close to the Huzzah, Courtois, and Meramec Rivers for endless kayaking and canoeing, not to mention gigantic, small and large mouth bass galore. You are only minutes away from Maramec Springs Trout Hatchery and the well-known Ozark Trail.

Additional Information


  • big game
  • small game
  • turkey
  • whitetail deer


  • atv trails
  • bird watching
  • fishing
  • hunting
  • public land access
  • other

water access

  • lake
  • pond


  • cabin
  • pond

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