• 238+/- Acres offered in 7 Tracts from 10 to 48 acres • Three Ponds • Hay Meadow • Pasture Land • Mature Hardwoods • 3 Bdrm, 1 Bath Home
Tracts 1-4: From Hwy 54 and County Line Rd HH intersection go south from approximately 5 miles, turn right on Quantrill Rd and the property entrance will be the first on your left.
Tracts 5-7: From Hwy 54 and Hwy 32 intersection go south on Hwy 32 for 6 miles, the property will begin on your right.
Open House / Inspection Dates
Thursday, October 22nd from 4-6 PM
Thursday, November 5th from 4-6 PM
Meet a Schrader Representative on Tracts 1 & 6
El Dorado Springs Community Center, 135 W. Spring St., El Dorado Springs, MO 64744
Tract 1: 40± ac
Comprised of 238+/- acres in Vernon and Cedar Counties, these farms offer an opportunity to purchase quality land in multiple tracts and combinations. The acreage features diverse terrain throughout, creating appeal for a wide range of potential Buyers. The Vernon County farm includes a 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom single-family home with full basement, cross-fenced pastureland, three ponds and groves of mature Oak, Hickory and other hardwood trees. The Cedar County farm is comprised of mostly open hay meadow, is fronted by paved highways on two sides and has over 60 acres of Class II Barco-Sylvania Complex and Barden Loam soils. Both farms are located only 5-6 miles south of Highway 54/El Dorado Springs and will be offered in 7 individual tracts and combinations. For more thorough information regarding title work, ground and aerial photography, soil maps, topo maps, FSA data and more please reference our Bidder Information Booklet.
Tract 1: 40+/- acres that include a mixture of gently rolling pastureland, mature hardwood trees, a large pond and all of the improvements. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath home with full basement, hardwood floors, like-new windows and a large back patio. Other improvements include a small garage with workshop, carport, farm shop with concrete floors and multiple open face bays for equipment storage and a pole-style metal barn used for hay and equipment storage. The house and shop buildings are currently using well water, however a public water tap is available on Quantrill Rd at the property entrance and the rights to that water tap will go with Tract 1.
Tract 2: 47± ac situated in the Northeast corner of the Vernon County farm. This tract has no improvements and is comprised of rolling pastureland, a nice pond and is dissected by a tree-lined creek bottom. There is excellent elevation and multiple potential building sites on this parcel.
Tract 3: 27± ac of densely wooded mature trees create a very secluded parcel for a potential building site or recreational property.
Tract 4: 46± ac along the southern side of the Vernon County farm. This tract is a split of pastureland, mature hardwood trees and one nice pond. The parcel is accessed from County Line Rd HH using the county road right-of-way that extends west from E 800 Rd, creating a nice private entrance. Wild Turkey and Whitetail Deer have both been spotted on Tract 4.
Tract 5: 10± ac located in the Southwest corner of the Cedar County farm. This parcel has paved road frontage on Hwy 97 and is a mixture of nice lying hay meadow and scattered trees around the perimeter; primary soil type is Barden Silt Loam.
Tract 6: 20± ac located in the Southeast corner of the Cedar County farm. This parcel is fronted on the south by Hwy 97 and is a mixture of hay meadow and trees; great potential building site.
Tract 7: 48± ac of quality hay meadow fronting Hwy 32 that could be put into cultivation if wanted. This tract is mostly open and is comprised of primarily Barco-Sylvania Complex, class II soils.