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Click below to find a home in Blue Eye, MO! Looking to buy or sell a home in Blue Eye ? Look no further! Carrie Higgs is your local expert in the Table Rock Lake area! 417-230-3957 http://www.carriehiggs.searchbransonmls.com
Most visitors are familiar with Treehouse Condos located to east side of Indian Point in Branson MO, just south of Silver Dollar City, but the development has added some luxury units that are a part of the Treehouse COA and share the same amenities and offer spectacular views of Table Rock Lake. ...
A bit hidden away, you probably wouldn’t know this was here until you see this sign off of Stormy Point Rd, and then wonder what is Patterson Duck Club? Patterson Duck Club is an exclusive neighborhood just about 5 miles west of Hwy 76 in Branson, MO. Mostly lake view,-there are 27 homes here a...
A much sought after area for many years has been Branson North. Located off of Hwy 248 just a mile or so from Hwy 65. About 100+ homes are located here in price ranges currently anywhere from 103,000-369,000. How come such a difference in price ranges? Many of the homes here were built in th...
A lot of people generally know I usually stay close to Table Rock Lake area in my sphere of sales. But sometimes people ask me to sell in other towns nearby that are not in my MLS. Usually I tell sellers that it would do them better to list with a local agent and then refer the business over. But...
1. Historical Town- The Tudor building in this photo was a result of English settlers who first opend a general store and post office in 1910. Named after Hollister, CA the bithplace of the daughter of one of the founders. When the railroad came in, it was very busy little town and noted as the f...