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Woods Fork Ridge Subdivision, Highlandville MO – A Little Piece of Heaven

Nestled in the trees between Ozark and Branson Missouri is Woods Fork Ridge Subdivision, Highlandville MO. This is a beautiful new neighborhood with twelve lots total. Most of the lots are approximately five acres, while a few are three acres sprinkled in for good measure. All the lots are wooded with wonderful panoramic views of the Ozark Mountains. The trees are mature oak, dogwood, cedar, and other native species. All utilities are underground to preserve the scenic views. This area is rich in wildlife including deer, turkey, raccoons, squirrels, and other animals.

Dogwoods on Woods Ridge Road

Only one mile from hwy 65; the drive into the neighborhood is a real pleasure. From hwy 65 go east on Woods Ridge Road. You will cross Woods Fork Creek and pass an eye-catching white fence with lots of horses. Next you will pass a beautiful spring-fed pond. Turn left on Woods Ridge Road and you enter the neighborhood.  The paved winding road is the lone street in this forested neighborhood. Another nice thing is the only traffic in the area is the people who live there and an occasional sightseer. This makes it a great place to get out and walk and enjoy nature.

Spring-fed Pond on Woods Fork Road


This neighborhood has reasonable covenants and restrictions to protect the area but still allow the freedom of living out in the country.  To date there are three beautiful homes built Woods Fork Ridge. Most of the twelve lots are being held to build someone’s dream home on or retire on, but there are a few lots currently for sale. With the unmatched beauty and convent location between Ozark and Branson, those lots probably won’t last very long.

Ozark Mountains

About The Authors:  Betty Knowles is a full-time REALTOR® with Coldwell Banker Vanguard REALTORS® in Springfield, MO and proudly serves on the board of the Greater Springfield Board of REALTORS®.  She also served as President of Women’s Council Of REALTORS® in Southwest Missouri.  Betty’s genuine passion is helping people buy and sell homes in Springfield, Ozark, Nixa, and surrounding communities.  

John Knowles is likewise a full-time REALTOR® with Coldwell Banker Vanguard and a member of the Greater Springfield Board of REALTORS®. A self-proclaimed computer geek, John is talented at developing real estate websites, videos, photography, blogs, search engine optimization and other technical skills essential to marketing and selling real estate in Springfield MO.

Together this dynamic team makes up TeamKnowles REALTORS®, Spouses Selling Houses!  They are dedicated to doing what it takes to sell your home in the greater Springfield real estate market, or help you purchase a home that fits your particular needs. Give TeamKnowles a call today; you’ll be glad you did!

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Comment balloon 5 commentsBetty Knowles • March 24 2010 08:20PM

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You just may be right, what beautiful pictures and views. Goog luck and happy selling, Betty and John.

Posted by Charles Stallions, 800-309-3414 - Pensacola, Pace or Gulf Breeze, Fl. (Charles Stallions Real Estate Services ) over 8 years ago

Its my understanding the woodfork subvision is went bankrupt and theere no cc&rs

 

Thank You

jim

Posted by jim patrick over 5 years ago

Hey Jim,  You might be thinking of Grand Ridge, it did go bankrupt. Woods Fork Ridge does have CC&R's.

 

Thanks,

Betty

Posted by Betty Knowles, TeamKnowles REALTORS® - Springfield MO Real Estate (Coldwell Banker Vanguard - www.teamknowles.com) over 5 years ago

Hi Betty,

Who would I get in contact with about the Grand Ridge property? (The property that went into bankruptcy) Any idea who owns it now?

Thanks,

Kate

Posted by Kate about 5 years ago

Hi Betty,

Who would I get in contact with about the Grand Ridge property? (The property that went into bankruptcy) Any idea who owns it now?

Thanks,

Kate

Posted by Kate about 5 years ago

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