Looking for an acreage with view and large mature timber with septic approval and water across the street in the City of Forsyth? Two lots for the price of one with gentle slope, city street, quiet neighborhood and 5 minutes to downtown Forsyth and 20 minutes to Branson. Two minutes to Bull Shoals Lake. Boat ramp access, picnic areas and lots of fishing. Great Location! Seller will not pay for survey or pin locations.
Tbd Santa Fe Drive
Community of Lots & Acreage - Tri-Lakes Area
Listing Type: Sale Property Type: Residential Architecture Type: Lot Price:
$10,000 Lot Size: 2.1 acre(s) Property Tax:
Forsyth R-III School District serves the educational needs of more than 1200 students in grades kindergarten through 12. Located in Forsyth, Mo., the school district offers a variety of educational, enrichment and extracurricular programs for its students. It comprises an elementary, middle and high schools, and teaches subjects, including English, language art, social studies, science and technology, health education, mathematics, business studies, computer science, fine arts, music, and physical education. The school district offers various sports programs, including football, basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer and athletics. It also provides career guidance and counseling services and offers various extracurricular activities to students.
Local Area Information:
Located approximately 12 miles East of the popular tourist destination of Branson, Forsyth serves as the county seat. Steeped rich in history this part of the Ozark Region was originally deep inside the Osage Indian Realm, seized and controlled by Confederate forces, burned by Union troops and during the reign of the Bald Knobbers the Courthouse was totally destroyed along with any county records. In 1837 Taney County was created but it wasnít until 1845 that Forsyth became the permanent seat of justice for Taney County. In December of 1890 the Village of Forsyth was incorporated. In the mid-1950ís Forsyth was moved 2 miles west to its current location when plans were made for the construction of a dam on the White River.
Last Updated: 5/1/2018
by Kelly Grisham of RE/MAX Associated Brokers, Inc.