12349 Saverton Drive , Saverton, Missouri, 63467
Along the banks of the mighty Mississippi lays a historic 235 acres of beautiful farm ground and hardwood hills rising from the prairie. The Dalton house is one of the first houses in Ralls Co and has a long history of being owned by famous river boat captains and influential families of early Missouri in the 1800's - 1900's. Rich with history of Native Americans, early French settlers and the skirmishes before and after the War of 1812. This area was first sought after because of its access to the river, salt deposits and rich farm ground.
This is a very well kept farm and is a one of a kind property. An hour and half from St louis, 10 minutes from Hannibal and approximately 30 minutes to Mark Twain Lake. This farm would be perfect for hunters, winemakers, equestrian lovers, bed and breakfast or anyone that has an interest in historic properties.
The property has 5 barns one of which is a 60x44 horse barn. Approximately 3500 sq ft 2 story historical house. 4 large bedrooms, living room, formal dining room, rustic den, kitchen, 2 and half baths.
Hunters will love the many small fields and hardwoods rising up through the property. Quality deer are on this property and with some creative land management could improve even more. One of the best duck hunting public ground areas in Missouri is approximately 12 miles away. The first boat ramp is 2 miles away and within 30 minutes there are over 15 boat ramps to various hunting and fishing areas. For more information on this once in a lifetime farm call Nathan Wilt 573-248-4406.