After 6 years of creating a regenerative, permaculture homestead from scratch, our family is ready to find the next stewards for this beautiful piece of property in Northeast Missouri.
A true homesteader’s dream, the property includes many features that will have you growing and preserving food, harvesting from mature fruit trees, and raising animals from the day you move in, including an outdoor canning kitchen, a root cellar, a diverse food forest, and a barn. The house is completely off the grid, outfitted with a solar electric system and water catchment.
The uniqueness of this 10 acre parcel lies in its position within the Bear Creek Community Land Trust (BCCLT), an intentional community on 184 acres of land in the rolling hills of Northeast Missouri. Prospective buyers will become members of the BCCLT, and enjoy the autonomy and privacy of your individually managed leasehold, while benefitting from and enjoying the commonly shared pasture, forest, ponds, and wild spaces, not to mention the wonderful neighbors.
Imagine walking a horse-mown trail across a beautiful pasture to a potluck dinner with neighbors, taking a quick dip in one of several community ponds, and returning home via a forest path lined with wild edibles just in time to watch the sunset over your organic garden. This is not just a pretty, fictional picture. This is what life at BCCLT is like, and the blend of wild spaces and caring neighbors is what makes the community so special.
Having spent the past 6 years creating this beautiful home and edible landscape, we would love nothing more than help homesteaders realize their dream of owning a piece of land.
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