Located at the end of a private lane is this custom, 9 year old home located on 15 wooded acres. Large bright entry foyer, separate Living Room and Formal Dining room with octagon ceiling. The Family Room has a bay window for lots of natural lighting and wood-burning fireplace. The Kitchen features 36″ Cherry wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances, center island with bar top and pantry. 9ft ceilings on main floor. The open staircase on back of the home take you to the second floor that offers open landing, double doors that lead you to the huge master bedroom suite with coffered ceiling, master bath with double sink vanity, jetted tub with beautiful tile work and separate tiled shower. Three more bedrooms and a 2nd full bath are on the 2nd floor. Main floor laundry is off of the kitchen and leads you to the 3-car garage that is insulated and dry walled. The property has great deer and turkey hunting. Located 50 minutes from St. Louis.
Priced at $269,000
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Listed by Ted Wight, Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty, 314-607-5555, firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a rare opportunity to buy a historic building from the 1840’s in Clarksville. Located right in the middle of Clarksville’s two main streets. Views of the Mississippi River are right out your front windows. Completely renovated with new systems. About 1,600 square feet of open retail space on the first floor with an efficiency kitchen and restroom. The second floor is about 1,600 sq. feet and is set up as a large 3 bedroom apartment with a kitchen and full bath. Clarksville is a charming town with artist galleries, antiques stores and restaurants. This is a great opportunity for someone to live and work in your own building.
Listed by Ted Wight, Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty, 314-607-5555, email@example.com
Over just the last 4 years, I have noticed that Honeysuckle has really taken hold in Pike County. I think I am going to blame it on people like me, who live in St. Louis and have farms up in Pike County. Someone must have brought up some plants for their farm….and the birds did the rest who dined on the berries.
It is important that we get rid of this invasive species before all of our wood are choked with them. The good news is that it is the last thing to lose leaves and the first to get them. Someone told me that you can paint the trunks, after you cut them down, with white vinegar. There are strong things that you can find at the hardware store that you paint on trunks after you cut something down. I think a nice herd of goats can also do the trick.
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Last week the Clarksville Garden Club met at our farm house @ Rockford Farms. I was showing a property in the area and popped by to enjoy some of the yummy food.
Over the weekend I had a group out to our farm to enjoy the lovely weather, each other's company and great food/drink. I don't have very much time to do overnights at our farm, so this is a treat for me. It also keeps me in tune with how the farm serves guests. My friends gently encouraged me to look into hooking up to County Water which runs in front of our property. We currently have well water that is infused with sulfur. I am a little hesitant to make the change since the smell of our water is rich with memories. What will come next? Central heat and AC? A TV? More than 1 bathroom? A dishwasher? A disposal? Internet? If I make it too comfortable, people may want to stay longer! I actually used our out-house this morning….a two-holer!
Bryan Haynes is one of our region's premier Regionalist artist. A local Pike County family recently commissioned him to paint their historic farm. I want one now of our farm!
Near the village of Calumet in Prestigious Pike County MO is Kanim Ranch. This 150 ac Country Est. nestled in the rolling knobs of Clarksville lending itself to panoramic views and vistas. The property features 92 ac tillable, 20 ac Hay/Pasture and 38 ac Wood, Waterway and grounds. Upon entering the manicured estate you will find a 2 story Restored Colonial Brick Home circa 1860s with lavish garden, and State of the Art Equestrian Facility. The home has been completely restored retaining the charm and character of the era but with modern amenities of today. Brick, Molding, Trim, 5 fireplaces, 10' ceilings and a Hand Crafted Stairway, are some original features of the time. The modern equestrian facility is complete with heated indoor riding arena, horse stalls, paddocks and tact room. In addition to the property, there is an outdoor riding arena and care taker home. This magnificent property is a rare find, a show place as well as a functional property with Income. $1,100,000
Listed by Tom Anderson, Tom Anderson Real Estate, 636-366-4880
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This is a rare opportunity to purchase one of the most fabulous homes in Missouri’s Little Dixie. The Stark Mansion was built in 1869 by the Stark family who introduced many of today’s popular apples like- Golden Delicious. Situated on 86 acres in the rolling hills of Pike County. The mansion has been completely restored & renovated with a meticulous eye for detail. New hardwood floors throughout. 7 gas fireplaces. 4 bedrooms & 2.5 baths. Gorgeous front staircase. 2 front parlors with custom European chandeliers. Formal dining room featuring a punka fan from Natchez- one of the only two in the State of Missouri. The property features a brick barn & 2 car garage. New, geo-thermal systems make this showplace economical to heat & cool. The property features a lake, cropland, springs & a creek. The sale includes most of the fine contents of this mansion- antique furniture, china, glassware, collectibles & more. $1,200,000
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Listed by Ted Wight, Dielmann Sotheby's International Realty 314-607-5555 firstname.lastname@example.org