10± Acres
Miller County, Missouri

Miller 10 Loft

ID: 2380
Status: Sold
Acres: 10±
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Recreational Land, Residential Property, Horse Property
Address: 14 Bittle Circle Rd
City, State: Eldon, Missouri
County: Miller
ZIP Code: 65026
Presented By: Dale Struemph
Dwelling Sq Ft: 2,080
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2


Take a look at this beautiful country loft home with excellent setting on 10 +/- acres in Miller county. With nearly 2100 sq ft of finished living space, this 2 bed, 2.5 bath home offers exceptional views from nearly every room with spacious cathedral ceilings in the large living room, kitchen, and bedrooms. Enjoy your morning coffee on the nice deck built off the kitchen or hang out in the shade of the wrap-around front and side porch. The metal exterior finish offers low maintenance with cedar siding adding some rustic character. The garage area is complete with drive thru garage doors, storage bays for all your equipment and garden tools along with shop area. This property has been meticulously maintained as you can see throughout the home and landscaping. Located less than a mile from Hwy 54 making it an easy drive to Eldon, Osage Beach, and Jefferson City. By Appointment Only.

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