Elbow Ranch offered for sale.
3,500 plus Acres bordered by 5 miles of Mark Twain National Forrest
3 Main creeks and 35 ponds.
Located approximately 30 miles from Branson, MO
Bull Shoals Lake is approximately 20 minutes.
One of the largest tracts available in Missouri

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Sue Andersen Realty

417-334-8152

Elbow Ranch

3,500 Plus Acres - 30 Miles from Branson, MO

$3,508,000.00

3,500 plus Acres located in Taney County 30 miles from Branson, MO

Phone: 417-334-8152

Fax: 417-334-8155

Email; sue@sueandersenrealty.com

 

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Sue Andersen
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Branson, MO

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Elbow Ranch Offered For Sale

Gently Rolling Hills

There are gently rolling hills, with roughly 800 acres of improved pasture and 400 acres of unimproved grazing pasture plus over 2000 acres of wooded timber.† The property has had many years of steady cattle ranching leases and, in the current year, the ranch generated $14,000 in lease income.

North Entry to Elbow Ranch on Frank Rea Road

This picture is of the Northern entry on Frank Rea Road approximately 3/4 mile from US 160.

Mark Twain National Forest

Approximately five miles of Elbow Ranch borders the Mark Twain National Forest.

Ridges with Spectacular Views

This is one of the highest points of Elbow Ranch located on northern part of the property.† On a Clear day, you can often see the Boston Mountains in Arkansas

This is the northern entrance to Elbow Ranch on Frank Rea Road.  It is approximately 3/4 mile from US Hwy 160 in Taney County Missouri.This picture was taken on Frank Rea Road near the Old Homestead.
County maintain road winds through the large acreage in Missouri

Roads and Access

30 Miles from Branson, MO - 18 Miles from Forsyth

With easy access via scenic US Highway 160, there are almost 5 miles of county-maintained paved or chip/sealed roads through roughly 30% of the property.†

Frank Rea Road near the Old Homestead

Frank Rea Road gently winds through the property displaying nature at its best.† This picture was taken near the Old Homestead on a Fall day.

The triangle intersection of Frank Rea Road and Cedar Creek Protem Road is in the southern part of Elbow Ranch. Both roads are maintained by Taney County Missouri

Intersection of Frank Rea Road and Cedar Creek Protem Road

This intersection is in the southern part of the property.† Frank Rea Road starts here and goes north (top) to US Hwy 160.† Cedar Creek Protem road is a thru road seen above on the left and right.† The triangle intersection respects the beauty of the landscape.

Frank Rea Road on the northern end of the property approximately 1 1/2 miles from US Hwy 160 in Missouri
Cedar Creek Protem Road headed west toward Cedar Creek.

Cedar Creek Protem Road

Headed west to Cedar Creek.

Cedar Creek Protem Road crossing Elbow Creek in early winter.

Frank Rea Road

Driving South toward the Old Homestead.

Cedar Creek Protem Road

Crossing Elbow Creek and continuing West.

The Diverse Terrains of Elbow Ranch

Ridges with Spectacular Views

The cleared ridge you see in the top of this picture is also part of the property.† This is on the northern end of Elbow Ranch.

This pasture is the center of Elbow Ranch and lays along the creek.

Pasture Located at the Center of Elbow Ranch

There is approximately 800 acres of improved pasture plus 400 acres of unimproved grazing land.

The Boss.
Pasture is approximately 3 miles south of US Hwy 160 on Frank Rea Road.
Elbow Ranch bording the Mark Twain National Forrest is an ideal place for horses.

The Boss at Elbow Ranch

This pasture is on Frank Rea Road 3 miles south of US Hwy 160.

The Mark Twain National Forest in Missouri borders approximately 5 miles of Elbow Ranch.

Mark Twain National Forest

Approximately five miles of Elbow Ranch borders the Mark Twain National Forest.