The median home value in Nelson, MO is $178,750.
the county median home value of $113,713.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Nelson, MO is $178,750.
Approximately 70% of Nelson homes are owned,
compared to 15% rented, while
12% are vacant.
Nelson real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Do you have livestock and looking for more land to home them? Are you looking for your next hunting farm? Do you want a farm that is located close to major highways so you can get easy access? Do you just need a weekend or hunting getaway in Mid-Missouri? Are you looking for a property that could be developed commercially with great access to Interstate 70? If any of these questions sparked your interest, then this is a property that you need to take a look at!Located along the south side of Interstate 70 at mile marker 83, just up the outer road from the famous "Stuckey's" exit 84. The access is exceptional as you can be on the interstate within minutes of the farm. The farm consists of a few open grass fields and major blocks of timber and hollows. The timber is home to many animals, including deer and turkey. Diverse timber, with an ample supply of walnut that could be a decent income with some selective harvesting. The seller recently had a builder come in and install all new 5 wire barbed wire throughout the property, keeping the cattle confined within the property boundaries. With roughly 30 open acres that are currently in grass, cattle will have plenty of nourishment in the growing season. The property is also home to a spring fed pond that the seller has never seen dry up, so a water source for livestock is present.There is a billboard on the property that provides a small source of income, already in place. The opportunity for more income is already in place, with the fencing and grass in place I'm sure a cattle farmer would rent the acreage for herd expansion. The timber on the farm could be managed strategically to provide income every 5-10 years with selective harvesting. The hunting rights could be leased, as the area is known to have great genetics in it. Or if you are looking for the perfect location, with great accessibility, teamed with an entrepreneurship attitude, the opportunity is limitless with this property it checks those boxes