Large tracts of land are getting increasing hard to find these days making Lone Walnut a special opportunity to own 219+/- acres. The current owners have spent the last 30 years assembling this beautiful property in southern Barry County, Missouri. Lone Walnut is located just a mile and a half north of the Arkansas state line and a short 25 minute drive to Rogers, Arkansas. On this diverse large tract of timberland and pasture, water is not an issue. Dry Holler Creek runs along the eastern side of the property for several hundred yards. Although the creek does not flow year around, most months find a flow of water running through the property. Additionally, multiple year round springs are found on the acreage. These amazing springs produce several gallons of water per minute flowing right out of the hill sides, and if that wasn't enough, there are 10 strategically located pounds scattered throughout this scenic property. There is also a new 525 foot well drilled on the property. This by large tract of land has been a working cattle farm for the past several decades. The entire property has barbed wire fence along its boards as well as multiple cross fences that allow rotational cattle grazing and incredible hay production. On an average year, a producer can expect to make over 300 large round bales of hay. The 219+/- acres is nearly half open pasture and the remainder is beautiful mature hardwoods. There is a large amount of marketable timber on this parcel of land that include walnut, white oak, red oaks and hickory. There is a high density of whitetail deer that call Lone Walnut home. Over the past several years deer harvest has been strictly managed for a healthy and trophy herd. Riding through they property it's not uncommon to see over 30 deer. A large population of wild Turkey also call the place home. Access to the entirety of the property is easy with road frontage on 3 sides and throughout the scenic landscape there is over 10 miles of trails and roads. This of 219+/- acres has the some of the best views the Ozark mountains have to offer.Even though this large tract provides seclusion it has access to electric and fiber optic internet at the property.If you are looking at land for cattle production, hunting, recreation, or to build a home, Lone Walnut is a must see. Call today for your personal qualified tour.