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The Gates is an upscale residential development catering to a variety of lifestyles and provides easy access to parks, restaurants and businesses on the south side of town.
The Vineyards is a quiet yet friendly neighborhood nestled in a pastoral setting covering more than 70 acres of rolling hills and wooded creek valleys on the eastern edge of Columbia. Homesites on Plat 3 are available now.
Rokes bend features beautiful acreage tracts in Rock Bridge High School district and offers a variety of homesite settings included private wooded areas and rolling open fields.
Estate lots just off Route K allow for large homesites with easy access to south Columbia.
Breckenridge Park is our newest subdivision and features abundant green space, a perimeter trail system and lots overlooking Perche Creek. Lots will be available starting Summer 2017.
An abundance of mature forest area ideal for private homesites. Located just outside of Ashland.
Columbia’s first and only equestrian lifestyle development. Exclusive community welcoming to equestrians and those seeking a luxury rural lifestyle. Gently rolling acreage tracts framed by black four-board fencing along paved private drive. Adjacent to Mark Twain National Forest with bridle paths and hiking trails for everyone to enjoy.
West of Columbia. Acreage tracts overlooking the Missouri River with direct access to the Katy Trail.
Located in Southern Boone, a mix of open and wooded acreage tracts. Located directly off Hwy MM and Leo Smith Rd.
Pierpont/Deer Park area. 10 acre lots and larger, many with rolling grassy fields suitable for horses. Some wooded lots offering quiet seclusion. Includes lake-front property.
Located just south of Columbia near the intersection of Hwy 163 and US 63. 10 acre lots and larger, many with rolling grassy fields suitable for horses. Some wooded lots offering quiet seclusion.
Acreage tracts southeast of Columbia, some wooded and open rolling hills. Suitable for horseback riding, hiking or relaxing with nature. This area is bordered on three sides by Mark Twain National Forest.
Acreage tracts west of Columbia, some wooded and open rolling hills. Suitable for horseback riding, hiking or relaxing with nature.
Gently rolling open and wooded land only 3 1/2 miles north of Columbia’s newest Battle High School.