33307 Intrepid RD, Macon, Missouri, 63552





MLS: 24253-50734

7.7 Acres

1,792 SqFt

4 beds

2.0 baths

What You Should Know

  • 7.7 +/- Acres

  • 4 Bedroom Home

  • Garage with Concrete Floor

  • Family Room with Fireplace

  • Pond

  • Eat-in Kitchen

  • Mature Trees

  • Deck

Why You'll Love It

Great  property located just minutes from Macon, Missouri  in rural Macon County MO  63552

The double wide home has 4 bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen, a living room and a separate family room with a wood-burning fireplace and sliding glass doors that lead to a nice deck, where you can sit and enjoy the view of the pond and large backyard. There’s also a detached garage with concrete floor. This home is in the Macon R-I School District.

It can be your Hobby Farm just 3/10 mile from State Highway BB

The 4 bedroom home sits on 7.7+\- acres of land. This can easily be developed into a hobby farm with plenty of room for gardens and an orchard. It would make a great place to have a few horses or other livestock. There is some perimeter fencing, and it has the pond and a well. Lots of potential for a self-sufficient homestead on this place.

Great Property for Recreation, Active Retirement, or Relaxed Family Life

It is a great property for people that like to birdwatch, hunt, hike, boat, sailboard, scuba dive, water ski, kayak, fish or swim, as the property is midway between Long Branch State Park and Marina and Thomas Hill Reservoir Conservation Area.

The 4,950 acre Thomas Hill Reservoir is managed primarily for largemouth bass, crappie, hybrid striped bass and catfish. You have good fishing there even in the winter. The lake is surrounded by  4,381 acres of land managed by the Missouri Conservation Department which allows whitetail deer, turkey and waterfowl hunting.

Great Sunrise and Sunset Views

This place offers panoramic views as the property is surrounded by open farm land.


Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: 33307 Intrepid RD
  • City: Macon
  • State: Missouri
  • County: Macon

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