The median home value in Moberly, MO is $95,135.
the county median home value of $100,916.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Moberly, MO is $95,135.
Approximately 52% of Moberly homes are owned,
compared to 36% rented, while
12% are vacant.
Moberly real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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private cabin with loft with screened in front porch and small outbuilding
HUNTING PARADISE! 64 total acres that is 50+/- acres timber and 9.36 acres CRP (CRP expires September 30, 2023). About 1/4 mile from Hwy-129 and approx. 10 miles from Salisbury. 1/4 mile E of fork of Chariton River. Salisbury School District.
Here's your scenic 39 acres m/l with a beautiful building site. Blacktop location too. Rural water, trees, pasture and a private serene area.Perfect for all your recreation fun. Great hunting area. Bring family, friends and enjoy every minute here. A great get away. Salisbury R-IV schools
40ac M/L. BLACKTOP RURAL WATER, TREES, PASTURE, GREAT HUNTING,LIVE AND PLAY HERE!SALISBURY R4 SCHOOLS.
The wait is over if you have been on the search for the ultimate hunting property in north central Missouri. The ability to hunt waterfowl, whitetail deer, turkeys, mushrooms, and much more are all wrapped up in this 179 acre northern Chariton county property. Having that destination hunting farm has never been easier than this one, all you have to do is bring your gun and/or archery equipment and hunt. The entire farm is enrolled in a Wetland Reserve Program easement, meaning this farm has had the work done and the set up is there to put your personal touches on it and enjoy for years to come. The water is there for the waterfowl to loaf on and the food is there for the nourishment. Mussel Fork Creek makes up the majority of the north, east and south lines of this property, with the ability to gather water from high flow and the ability for drawdown after season into the creek. The main tube on the pool has a water trapping system installed and can be adjusted by the amount of traps installed. Great for installing after the millet or other food sources have been planted and sprouted, to then gather water from the late summer and fall rains. Last year the owner had the levee around the marsh pushed up and repaired to insure being able to control the water on the marshes. Outside the levees there is dense timber that has the seclusion and multiple access points that the true whitetail enthusiast is looking for. The ability to grow and keep mature deer on this farm should be easy with the existing food plots and ability for more. The water from Mussel Fork creek and the marshes provide the water needed.
30 acres of prime Boone County land on HH, north of Columbia. This property is ready for development with public water and electric at the property. Or bring your custom home plans and build your own estate. The land has been platted as a subdivision with roads and utility easements. You could keep it together as one property or work with Boone County P&Z now to start your next development project in an exploding market. The land has gently rolling fields interspersed with cedars and hardwood draws. The surrounding properties consist of custom homes on acreage and large farms. There are lots of options with this great piece of land in a great area.