19542 W. 220th St., Ridgeway, Missouri, 64481
This 150 acre grass farm has a 1690 sq. ft. brick home that was built in 1988. The upstairs utility room has an outside entrance and it leads into the 13x18 kitchen with plenty of wood cabinets. There is a 19x13 dining room area that is open into the 13x19 living room. The dining room has a sliding door leading to the 13x34 wood deck where you have beautiful views of the farm. There are 3 bedrooms measuring 12x12, 11x16, and the master 16x16 with a 10x6 master bath. There is another 10x8 full bath. There is a 9x22 utility/back porch that branches off into the 20x20 garage, and down into the full walkout basement. The basement has one full bath, a bedroom area, family room area with a wood burning fireplace, a storage room, and another large area.
The driveway and back yard is surrounded with white fencing. There are several outbuildings that include a 30x81 machine shed with a shop in one end and plenty of area in the remainder of the building for equipment. There is a 39x83 hay shed, a 27x54 loafing shed and two utility buildings that are 30x20 and 24x40. Also included is a nice piped corral to work your livestock.
The home and buildings are in excellent condition but the land is really nice and offers excellent grass for the cattleman. There is a little over 110 acres of grass including both pastures and hay fields. It has 7 ponds and 4 frost proof water tanks. The balance of the property consists of nearly 30 acres of timber and timbered draws with the west fork of Big Creek running along the entire east side of the property. Although this is an excellent cattle ranch, for the hunting enthusiast you could easily till 90+ acres of the property. This would provide as a food source with Big Creek providing an excellent water source. The timbered draws will make for excellent bedding areas.
If you are looking for a nice home with hunting and possible row crop or a cattle ranch, you should take a look at this property. Northwest Missouri is well known for its big bucks and long bearded gobblers.