Greenwood Farms has it all! Walk out your front door to trail ride, fish for
trout, hunt, hike, canoe, mountain bike, bird watch, or practice sustainable
This 277-acre property in the Missouri Ozarks features the following: A ¼ mile
of a blue ribbon trout stream, stunning timber-frame lodge-style home, state
of the art horse barn, chicken palace, steel out- buildings, a sand arena with
white vinyl fencing for training horses, a quaint caretaker’s cottage, and a
small dairy with an artisan cheese facility.
The rustic elegance of this one-of-a-kind luxury home that seems to grow
right out of the Ozark landscape. Built from massive hewn oak timbers
brought up from Tennessee, this 5,000 square foot cedar-sided home lies
nestled at the head of Toad Hollow in a remote valley far from the sounds of
The 26-foot ceiling of the Great Room. Its soaring hammer trusses look down on a
massive fireplace of Arkansas stone warmed by gorgeous cherry floors and banks
of sunny floor to ceiling windows.
From the Great Room a floating staircase takes you up along a native rock wall
to the loft library with its primitive pine flooring and floor to ceiling book
shelves that sport a rolling ladder to help you reach the stacks. Sip a cup of
tea on a cold winter day as you look down on a roaring fire burning on the
Walk through French doors in the library, and you enter an inviting living
space that features two large bedrooms, a full bath with a Jacuzzi, and an
office/lounge with knotty pine cabinets, and sink. Each living space features
its own private balcony where you can gaze across the folded hills, or look
into the deep green light of the forest that shades the back of the house. The
house also features a two-car garage, mudroom, and large storage room.
The house has central air and radiant heat. Propane gas fuels the heating
system . There is a soft water tank and an extra-large gas water heater to
accommodate all your hot water needs. The deep well produces ample water for
the house and surrounding out buildings, and offers plenty of water to keep
your lawn and flowers going in the heat of Missouri summers. There is an
automatic generator capable of powering the whole living complex in case of an
ice storm or other electrical failures.
Just down from the house is the horse barn. This spacious facility has 4
finished box stalls for horses with sliding doors and tilt-out walls for
feeding hay and grain. Each stall has an automatic waterer. A 5th box stall
has a stallion run. There are also 6 tie stalls with feed bunks, an insulated
vet room, and tack room, double barn lofts capable of holding 375 square
bales. A large closed-in aisle back of the tie stalls opens out into a fenced
paddock that can easily accommodate two horses.
Outside on the other side of the barn is a run-in shed for equipment storage.
The barn area and all the fencing up to the house is newly finished black pipe
and cable. There is a large vinyl fenced sand arena just a stone’s throw from
the barn in picturesque Apple Valley. There are also small pastures with good
hog wire, pipe, or electric fencing that adjoin the barn lots. There is no
The farmstead is completed by a red, steel-sided chicken palace
with coop, and a steel machine shed large enough to house tractors and large
equipment. On the lane near the High Field is a steel, hay storage barn that
holds 80 round bales and an enclosed R.V. garage.