Hwy. 136, Cainsville, Missouri, 64632
This 253 acre hunting property is amazing. It has 30 to 70 feet of highway frontage and after that not one road borders it. So no road pressure whatsoever. Hunters know that to have a good hunting property you have to have bedding, water, and food sources. This property has over 165 acres of timber, with a good mixture of trees and cedars. There are several maintained trails to each food plot and down close to the creek that is a border of the property. It has a couple of manmade watering holes along with a couple of ponds, and another small runoff creek for water. It has nine food plots with three -1 acre clover plots, one -1/2 acre clover plot, one - 1 acre birdsfoot trefoil plot, and one -1/2 acre chicory food plot. It also has fall food plots with mixture of brassicas and turnips, there are one -1 ½ acre, one -1 acre, and one -1/3 of an acre. The remaining 35 acres m/l is warm season grass fields that also contain wild flowers.
The cabin is unique in its own way. The logs came from the Roanoke River region in Virginia, 1840’s or so. It was called the “Morris Mansion”. The mansion was really 2 cabins that were taken down log by log and reassembled on this property. This 1,000 sq. ft. m/l log cabin has tons of character along with a lot of history. It has an 8x36 covered deck on the front, on the west side there is a 12x8 deck, and a newly built 16x10 deck on the north side. Inside the cabin is spectacular. It has a 20x15 living room with a floor to ceiling rock fireplace. It has a wood mantle and all pine trim. There is a 9x12 kitchen with old time cook stove & wood front refrigerator under the island, 15x9 dining room, 2 bedrooms on the main level, one is 10x10 and the master is 12x15 with a walkout door to the west deck. It has one 10x8 bathroom. Looking over the living room is the 8x15 loft making the 3rd bedroom. There is a porch entrance off the front deck that has one closet where the furnace is located, and a 2nd closet has a small freezer and extra storage space. Original heart pine floors in the living room, kitchen and dining area. The rest is Austrian pine and white pine from an old barn. This cabin has all kinds of neat things like old hay hook chandeliers, and much more. There is a 24x24 building that has a concrete floor, electricity and insulated. This is a must see property. The cabin was built so you could live there full time. This area is well known for big bucks and gobblers. The cabin is nestled into one side of the property leaving the rest for the wildlife.