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Cubb Creek 40
Cub Creek 40, surrounded by Mark Twain National Forest and located in the Ozark Plateau, is perfect for you. Whether you're a camper, hunter, survivalist looking for a bug-out location, or an investor interested in diversifying your assets, this piece will fit your needs. Secluded deep in the Ozarks, at the end of a county road, this property consists of 40 acres while allowing you access to thousands of acres of public land that is abundant with wildlife and UTV trails. Despite the private seclusion, the land is located approximately 30 minutes from Potosi and only 1.5 hours from St. Louis. The portion located southwest is traversed by Cubb Creek, a wide, crystal clear, gravel-bottomed, year-round stream that helps attract wildlife and offers the ideal spot to cool off during the sweltering summer months. There is also a small, spring-fed pond on the west side of the property, along with a shallow well constructed from stone. The portion located east of Cubb Creek climbs the hillside offering a level area for camping or taking in the views of the land. There aren't any structures or utilities on the parcel, but electric extends to the property boundary line to the north. Also, entire parcel has some marketable timber, including multiple large black walnut trees.