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River Willows Bottom
River Willows Bottom is an exceptional 167+/- acre Gasconade River property in the highly sought Osage County. With only a short drive from Hwy 50, you can be kicked back and relaxing on the over 1/4 mile of river front or be high in a deer stand overlooking the 105 +/- acre fertile row crop bottom. The remainder consists of tall hardwood timber and 24+ acres of pasture. As you enter the property you will be greeted by the old smoke house and shed, remnants of the original homestead. The established electric service and deep well at this location offer a great start and excellent hilltop site for building your dream home, cabin, or equipment shed with a view. Save your yields for a good market while storing your harvest in one of the two 3200 bushel grain bins with dryers. The Gasconade, 3 ponds, and Contrary Creek on the West boundary provide water throughout the property. Many possibilities await you on this already phenomenal property.