Pasture And Timber Farm With Homes And Outbuildings Near Cross Timbers

Cross Timbers, Hickory County, Missouri


360.0 Arces

Long Prairie Farm is a highly productive farm with excellent improvements. This top-shelf cattle ground property has been well-managed. The 4,200 s/f main home gives the owner views of the pasture, cattle, wildlife and is situated in a very private setting. The home has an open floor plan with a chef's kithen and a large master suite. The country home is a comfortable 4 bed and 4 baths that will accommodate guests for memories to cherish for lifetimes. Long Prarie Farm is a highly productive cow/calf operation, hunting property or country retreat. Road frontage is excellent for shipping and working the farm. A rare farm in the most desirable part of South Central Missouri; don’t let this legacy property slip by. Conveyed with all mineral rights owned, water rights and hunting rights. Call me direct to see this once in a lifetime property or more home and property details.

Property Features:

- Excellent location with pasture and mature timber
- 4,200 s/f main home, amazing views, huge master, chef kitchen, open floor plan and screened porch
- Property is located just minutes from area lakes
- Excellent fencing with 5-strand wire and hot wire
- Water consists of 3 wells, ponds and auto waterers
- Road frontage on County Road 10
- 40 x 60 shop with 100 amp service and concrete floors
- Grass consists of fescue and clovers
- The second home is a nice 3 bedroom 2 bath farm home with heat pump, fireplace, deck, basement, hardwood floors and updated in 2012
- Great location to Kansas City, St. Louis or Springfield
- Property sits on the Hickory, Benton and Camden County lines
- Excellent whitetail and turkey hunting
- More pasture, hay and hunting land available

Est Taxes



No water


No sewage


No telephone line


No gas


No electric

Lot Details

  • Icons/close No Mobile Home Data Provided
  • Icons/close Property is not on a Cul de Sac
  • Icons/close Property is not a Corner Lot
  • Icons/close Property is not Subdividable

Internet Speed for Cross Timbers, Missouri

Provider Type Max Up Max Down
ViaSat, Inc. Satellite 3 Mbps 35 Mbps
HNS License Sub, LLC Satellite 3 Mbps 25 Mbps
CenturyLink, Inc. VDSL 1 Mbps 10 Mbps
VSAT Systems, LLC Satellite 1.3 Mbps 2 Mbps
GCI Communication Corp. Satellite 0 Mbps 0 Mbps
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This Cross Timbers Economy

Description Cross Timbers
Unemployment Rate 4.1%
Recent Job Growth 1.9%
Future Job Growth 30.2%
Sales Tax 5.7%
Income Tax 5.4%
Income Per Capita $14,235
Household Income $25,833
Family Median Income $31,750
Agriculture, forestry, fishing, hunting 1.5%
Mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction 0.0%
Construction 0.0%
Manufacturing 31.3%
Wholesale Trade 0.0%
Retail Trade 10.4%
Transportation and warehousing 7.5%
Utilities 0.0%
Information 0.0%
Finance and insurance 0.0%
Real estate, rental, and leasing 0.0%
Professional, scientific and technical services 3.0%
Management of companies 0.0%
Administrative, support, and waste management services 3.0%
Educational services 6.0%
Health care and social assistance 26.9%
Arts, entertainment, and recreation 0.0%
Accommodation and food services 10.4%
Other services 0.0%
Public administration 0.0%
Approximate Location
This land's acreage of 360.0 is equal to:
Vatican Citys
This land's price of $1.4M is equal to:
Avg. priced homes in San Francisco
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USDA Hardiness Zone 6b.

USDA Plant Hardiness Zones are the standard by which gardeners and growers can determine which plants are most likely to thrive at a location.

Zone 6b goes all across this great country; stretching in a great crescent, through the center of the U.S. From Massachusetts down into Delaware. It then spreads southwest through Ohio, Kentucky, Kansas. Making a pit stop to touch the cooler parts of New Mexico and Arizona. Before it heads north into Utah and Nevada ultimately ending up in Nirvana-Land, aka Washington.

The coldest days in winter:
Temperatures from -5 to 0°C

This zone is good for growing:
Tomatoes, Squash, Peppers, Potatoes, and Cucumbers