Deer Valley 341 is a beautiful, secluded property with a topography of wooded hillsides, a live water creek, multiple food plots, and dry creek bottom openings. A dry creek bed that runs the length of the 341+/- acre property near Washburn, Missouri. If you are looking for a secluded property for weekend getaways or a hunting retreat this could be the property you are looking for. Land The creek bed holds water after rains but spends most of the year as a river of rock. With nearly a mile of dry creek bed, one can discover incredible rock outcroppings, ride ATV’s and explore the property. There is also a small live-water creek on the property. During wet weather seasons, two waterfalls flow into the stream. There are two access points from county roads on opposite sides of the property. Access through the contiguous acreage is provided by well thought out roads throughout the property that are wide, open and easily maintained. Miles of these roads and trails make moving equipment and getting around the property uncomplicated. Improvements Currently on the property is a 40×60 shop with a lean-to on one side and a large overhead door. There are also 2 Derksen buildings creating a comfortable off-the-grid cabin getaway. The larger one serves as the main living area with a kitchenette, sitting area, sleeping area, and a wood stove. The second building boasts a large bathroom and a storage room attached by a large deck. Currently, the entire property power is provided by solar panels. The water well on the property is over 800 feet deep and produces several gallons per minute of excellent Ozark mountain water. If you are looking for a secluded property for weekend getaways or a hunting retreat this could be the property you have been looking for. Recreation Deer Valley has nearly 10 acres of dedicated food plots currently established and scattered across the property, from creek bottoms to ridge tops and hidey hole plots in the woods. For the hunting enthusiast, finding an active food plot with a proper wind direction to hunt will not be a problem. Growing tonnage-producing food plots is made possible by the incredibly fertile soil and nearly perfect ph levels found on the property. The property has been managed very well over the past several years to substation a large heathy deer herd roaming the hills and hollers of the property and hearing an eastern Wild Turkey gobble is not an uncommon sound. Region & Climate Southwest Missouri offers a wide variety of outdoors actives and amenities. 30 minute drive to Northwest Arkansas 1 hour southwest of Springfield, MO Both Table Rock Lake and Beaver Lake are a within 1-2 hours. Nearby cities include Springfield, MO, Joplin, MO and Northwest Arkansas. The climate is warm and temperate. Over the year, the temperature typically varies from 28F to 89F degrees and is rarely below 13F or above 97F degrees. Rainfall can occur year-round; even in the driest month, there is likely to be precipitation. The average annual rainfall is approximately 43 inches.