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25% OFF: Missouri, Dent County, 8.05 Acres Wagon Wheel Ranch, Lot 30. TERMS $180/Month
25% OFF:  Missouri, Dent County, 8.05 Acres Wagon Wheel Ranch, Lot 30. TERMS $180/Month

Our SALES Price: $18,000
Down Payment $50.00

Quantity in Stock:SOLD (Out of Stock)


8.05 Acres Wagon Wheel Ranch, Dent County, Missouri. TERMS $180/Month

12 miles north of Licking

Property Location:

Wagon Wheel Ranch

LOT 30

8.05 Acres

This lot is being offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment, and the land contracts and coupon books will be emailed and hard copy mailed to you immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are making payments.

This lot is a foreclosure that has been repossessed and cleaned of any items remaining from the previous owner. Now, this lot is available at 25% OFF of the original sales price. This is the biggest discount ever offered, is temporary, and is on this lot, and other special lots, only.

Down Payment: $50

Monthly Payments: $180

Sales Price: $18,000

Interest Rate: 9%


Lot 30, Wagon Wheel Ranch, Dent County, Missouri
8.05 Acres

The scenery is breathtaking and the terrain offers something for everyone. Hunters will find this a paradise as well with deer and turkey galore! Don't miss out on such a great opportunity to own a piece of Missouri!

Available Lots Remaining in Wagon Wheel Ranch


SIZE: 8.05 Acres

TAXES: $50 per year and are current



Dent County, Missouri

Dent County was taken out of Crawford and Shannon Counties by an act passed by the Missouri General Assembly to take effect February 10, 1851. The county's name comes from an early settler, Lewis Dent, who was the new counties first representative to the legislature. The first county officers appointed were Justices G. C. Breckinridge (president), Samuel Hyer, Jr., and Jotham Clark. Joseph Milsaps was sheriff and David Henderson was clerk. They met at Eaphraim Bressie's about 2 miles northwest of the present Salem on Spring Creek which was on the "old White River road."

Some of the first settlers who came here in 1829 were William Thornton, Daniel Troutman, and Daniel M. Wooliver. Among those who followed were William Blackwell, Elisha Nelson, Jerry Potts, Eaphraim Bressie, Robert Leonard, Abner Wingfield, Lewis Dent, Wilson Craddock, Thomas Higgonbotham, Jack Berry, Silas Hamby, Smith Wofford, Turkill NcNeill, Dr. John Hyer, Samuel Hyer, and David Lenox. Among other families include the: Coppedge, Watkins, Skiles, Brown, Callahan, Welch, Snelson, Burlison, Massey, Vaughan, Taff, Arthur, Lamb, Freeman, Henderson, Agee, Johns, Bates, Jamison, Honey, Sims, McSpadden, Sinclair, Simmons, Organ, Love, and Orchard.

Dent County is a sportsman’s paradise, and prides itself on its world-class deer and turkey hunting, trout fishing, and ready access to some of the most beautiful canoeing rivers in the world. With great schools, excellent health care, a supportive business environment, vast areas of public land, and a deep commitment to faith and family, Salem offers values and amenities that are seldom found in such abundance.

Many people have found that the Salem area is an ideal place to retire. Low land and home prices, a moderate climate, and low cost of living all combine to make retirement dollars stretch as far as possible. And with friendly neighbors, a strong sense of community, and access to services often found only in much larger cities, Salem is indeed a welcoming place to enjoy your golden years.