The Retreat at Jayhawker Hollow
The Retreat at Jayhawker Hollow is beyond what most would call a unique property. It is the perfect place to be private and secluded. The 207 acres is surrounded on 3 sides by Mark Twain National Forest. The property consists of 60 acres of lush pasture ground and the remaining in 147 acres of timber mainly, white oak, black oak, red oak, hickory, and walnut trees. In addition, the Bee Fork spring runs along the Northern part of this tract. There are multiple wet weather creeks making this property a true sanctuary for huge whitetail and bearded tom turkeys. The animals have everything they need on this piece and don't roam far from it. The true gem of the property sitting tall up on a ridge line overlooking the bottoms below is the approximately 3250 square foot 3 story concrete and steel beam constructed home. Even though the home is quite large it sits privately up on the hill and is not seen from the road. This home was built with the intention to never be taken down whether that is by man or nature, this home can withstand any disaster. It is a great place to make your stand. The home has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths creating ample space at this safe haven for you and your family. There is even a 3rd level 500 square foot multi purpose mezzanine area. This can be used as more guest or sleeping area or just a great spot for that morning cup of coffee along with the covered front porch. There were no short cuts when heating and cooling of the home were considered. There is a 125,000 BTU wood burning furnace and a 5 ton heat pump system. This house and property are very self sustaining and would make a great hunting retreat full time residence or an amazing weekend getaway with a beautiful year round water source.