Sold Properties - 1.34 Acres ON Niangua River at Fiery Fork Ridge FF25

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This 1.34 acre tract of land (fully surveyed) offers a wealth of access and opportunities! Tract 25 at Fiery Fork Ridge has almost 150 feet of DIRECT frontage on the Little Niangua River as well as convenient access to the Fiery Fork Conservation Area and a large additional area on the river.

 

Please refer to our interactive map above for additional property views and information. Please note that the boundary lines and measurements are approximate. This interactive map is BRAND NEW for us and if you have a chance we would love to have your feedback on it. Is it awesome? Is it great? Is it confusing? We would like to know!

Also, please note that on the interactive map it seems to work best if you click the "View Full Screen" option. Once you are in the "Full Screen" option you can select "Topo" to see a topographic map which does a good job of showing how the property is situated. This property is level on its east side, by the easement road. As you head west toward the water it drops down STEEPLY (basically a bluff) which is what gives it the incredible views. It borders the Little Niangua River along its entire west side.

 

The photo above was taken by the west side of the property. We are looking north (up river) so the land is on the right side of the river. The Little Niangua River is well known for fishing, kayaking, floating and canoeing. It is one of the rivers which form the very popular Lake Of The Ozarks.

This 1.34 acre tract ALSO offers a rare chance to access a huge amount of public land. Set up your camp, cabin or home and have excellent access to over 1,600 additional acres of land in the Fiery Fork Conservation Area. The Conservation Area has miles of trails for hiking and over 1,600 acres for hunting, camping and exploring. There are boat launches in the Conservation Area so you can put in your kayak or canoe and float right down to your property. You can access the Conservation Area by using the private easement for property owners between Tract 5 and Tract 6 (or you can go up river from the property a few hundred yards to get to the Conservation Area).

We had planned on spending a day at the property to clean up the east side. There are several trees which had been cut for firewood by the previous owner (before we bought the property) so there are a few tree limbs and brush which could be cleaned up. In short, the east side looks a little messy...BUT we started up on a different project and never did the clean-up. Because of that, we have reduced the purchase price by $2,000 on this property. The original purchase price was $26,500 but with the $2,000 reduction the temporary purchase price is $24,500. You could clean up the east side by yourself or simply leave it as it is and enjoy the price reduction!

The sales price on this 1.34 acre tract of river front land is $24,500. With $500 down the monthly payments will be $255. This is about a 15 year payment schedule and an annual interest rate of 9 3/4%. With $1,500 down the interest rate drops to 7 3/4% and the payment drops to $220 a month. With $2,500 down the interest rate drops to 6 3/4% and the payment drops to $195 a month. With $5,000 down the interest rate drops to 5 3/4% and the payment drops to $165 a month. These payments are all based on about a 15 year payment schedule. Taxes and maintenance fees total only about $235 a year and are already taken care of for 2017. There are no prepayment penalties, no hidden fees and no balloon payments.

 PLEASE NOTE that you have a full 12 months to ADD to your down payment in order to reduce your interest rate and payment amount!

The property contains timber of all sizes including white oak, red oak, hickory and cedar. There are some huge sycamore trees on the west side of the property. Please note that the timber may not be cut or sold until the property has been paid for in full (exceptions may be made for trails/building sites).

The building sites on the east side of the property would be "high and dry" and out of any flood zone. Although you could build on the west part of the property (even right up to the river) you would be in the flood zone. 

This property could be suitable for building, camping and/or hunting.

The map above shows the basic layout of Fiery Fork Ridge (which was named after the Fiery Fork Conservation Area). Tract 25 is well-located, at the south end of Fiery Fork Ridge (very private). On the map above you can see the trail to the Conservation Area between tracts 5 and 6.

The property is located about 15 miles west of Camdenton, Missouri. The property is also with about 5 miles of the very popular Lake Of The Ozarks. The property is private and secluded (with an amazing amount of wildlife) but is also within driving distance of several nice towns.

To see a video of Tract 25 please click on the link below. Please note that this video was taken BEFORE the private easement road was completed. It has since been completed. There is another video below that shows the river frontage at the property. 


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AE6kEVAmwu0&t=5s

To see the river frontage on the property check out the video below:


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4JIGjnaTWs&t=3s

To watch a recent video which was taken after the road was completed please click on the video below. The video below shows basically the whole easement road, not just Tract 25. In the video below the road is basically complete, it just has not had the final "grade" done to it yet:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaAb0g97Dms

 

Click on the photos on the left side of the screen to enlarge them and to get a short description of each photo.

Map showing the location of the development (Fiery Fork Ridge is shown in pink).

This tract is subject to the 6 basic restrictions as shown on our website (no mobile homes, etc.). Homes or cabins built on the property must have a minimum concrete foundation size of 600 square feet (a simple 20 X 30 cabin would meet this requirement). There are also a few other covenants at Fiery Fork Ridge to keep the area looking beautiful:

To see the additional property covenants at Fiery Fork Ridge please click here.

To get to Fiery Fork Ridge from Camdenton, Missouri go north on Highway 5 for about six miles then go west on Highway 7 for about six miles. Now go left (south) on Highway "J" for about one mile. You will see a large church on the left side of the road, this is where you turn RIGHT onto Red Gate Drive which is a gravel road. Stay on Red Gate Drive for about 1/4 mile. When Red Gate Drive curves to the left, you will continue going STRAIGHT onto the easement road which serves the properties at Fiery Fork Ridge. PLEASE DO NOT continue on Red Gate Drive, as from this point on it is a farmer's driveway.

Once you enter Fiery Fork Ridge you will go roughly one mile to Tract 25. Please look for the signs showing the Tract numbers. The private road ends right at the property so there is NO through-traffic.

To read more information about the properties at Fiery Fork Ridge please click here.

When you visit the property PLEASE print out the maps and directions we have provided as it can be tricky the first time you drive to the property. If you would like us to email you all of the maps and pictures just let us know. Feel free to go check out the property and walk all around.

If you want to go and check out the Fiery Fork Conservation Area just go west on Highway 7 for about three miles then go left (south) on Grainger Lane. Or, just drive down the trail between tracts 5 and 6 to get to the Conservation Area.

The property has been fully surveyed. The map above shows Tract 25 as well as the river frontage on the west side and the road frontage on the north. You can access Tract 25 on the private easement road.

If you have been looking for true river front land then you already know how rare it is. This is one of VERY few tracts of acreage we have ever seen that has actual river frontage as well as good access to public land. You can use this land immediately for fishing, hunting, camping and building. This is one of those rare investment opportunities upon which you can create lifelong memories with family and friends.

The sales price on this 1.34 acre tract of river front land is $24,500. With $500 down the monthly payments will be $255. This is about a 15 year payment schedule and an annual interest rate of 9 3/4%. With $1,500 down the interest rate drops to 7 3/4% and the payment drops to $220 a month. With $2,500 down the interest rate drops to 6 3/4% and the payment drops to $195 a month. With $5,000 down the interest rate drops to 5 3/4% and the payment drops to $165 a month. These payments are all based on about a 15 year payment schedule. Taxes and maintenance fees total only about $235 a year and are already taken care of for 2017. There are no prepayment penalties, no hidden fees and no balloon payments.

PLEASE NOTE that you have a full 12 months to ADD to your down payment in order to reduce your interest rate and payment amount!

 If this is the property for you then please choose your initial down payment amount in the box below and you can pay with any debit or credit card. Also please feel free to send us an email  or give us a call and we can answer any questions or complete the transaction over the phone. Our number in the office is 417-882-3400 or you can reach us anytime by email at sales@instantacres.com.

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