A true turn key trophy whitetail and turkey hunting property in Southeast Missouri is what you’ll get when you purchase the Thompson Farm! This secluded 1359-acre farm sits at the end of a dead-end road with private access behind two locked gates, has no public road frontage and backs up to the Mark Twain National Forest. It is classic Southeast Missouri country and has been managed for trophy whitetails and abundant wild turkeys since 2002. It comes with a meticulously maintained 2000 square foot home and attached 1600 square foot garage, shop, machine shed and game cleaning shed with a walk-in cooler. The 4-bedroom, 2 bath home's focal point is the huge see through stone fireplace centered in the 26' x 40' vaulted great room. The kitchen has an island with beautiful custom-built cabinets and a formal dining area. Relax or entertain after a long day afield on the covered deck overlooking the stocked pond. The property’s well thought out road system provides access to strategically placed food plots and feeding stations with stands and blinds in place to hunt any wind direction you may encounter. The years of selective harvest of only mature bucks is clearly evident by the quality of deer found and harvested on the property. Whitetail bucks scoring in the 140-160 inch range are common with the largest buck taken to date being a true 183 inch stud. The management practices in place have also helped the population and quality of wild turkeys on the property with the owners harvesting multiple mature longbeards annually.
Listing courtesy of Todd Burroughs of Crown Realty.
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