821± Acres
Texas County, Missouri

Whitetail Lodge at Ashley Creek

ID: 11021
Status: Sold
Acres: 821±
Type: Farms, Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land
Address: 21998 West Ashley Creek Rd
City, State: Raymondville, Missouri
County: Texas
ZIP Code: 65555
Presented By: Jeff Browning
Dwelling Sq Ft: 4,810
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3


In Texas County along the South Fork of Ashley Creek in a protected private and isolated valley hidden from the rest of the world exists 821 acres with a 4,000 square foot custom lodge style home, with several outbuildings and a second guest or caretakers home. The structural features of this property are pretty impressive, but the massive amount of timbered acres coupled with the open bottom ground and the crystal clear Ashley Creek make this a true sight to see. One of the most unique things about this property is that for over 30 years free range wild Whitetail Deer have been fed in the same spot at roughly the same time of day in front of the main residence. This property has excellent turkey and deer hunting with miles of trails for ATV or horseback riding. Property would make a great lodge/corporate retreat. Close proximity to Montauk State park for some fantastic trout fishing. Located 2 hours from St Louis Missouri.

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