601 W 18 HWY $724,500


    601 W 18 HWY Clinton, MO 64735

    • 161.00 Acres
    • Land
    MLS# 80819 | Active


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    RARE FIND / OPPORTUNITY to own 161 acres of prime recreational property located along the Mississippi Alluvial Valley fly way for migrating waterfowl. Major feeding and resting area for mallards, wood ducks, gadwall, green winged teal, pintails, Canadian geese, snow geese and other species. This property is located on the famous Big Creek fly way in central Missouri. With property on both sides of Big Creek. Located only 4-miles west from downtown Clinton MO just off State Highway 18. Big Creek is a major route for migrating waterfowl.Offered at $724,500.00 this property includes two pump in drain out duck lakes with two modern permanent in-ground duck blinds.Interior roads, smaller creeks and ponds throughout the property. Mature timber and brush.The primary duck lake and blind can be drained and planted for duck season (weather permitting). Ample food plot land throughout the property for deer, turkey etc. See attached Property Overview!


    Chuck Gray

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    RE/MAX Truman Lake

    Cell: 660-525-0393


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    Date Event Price Percent Change
    -- Current Price Source New Value: $724,500
    5/22/2018 4:48:00 PM New in Database Source

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