New Lower Price:
Approximately 0.89 Acres
A great lot priced below comparable properties in this nice neighborhood close to Table Rock Lake and Cape Fair, Mo. It could be a perfect place to build your dream home with a walk-out basement. Recreation and shopping abound nearby. The Cape Fair marina and multiple boat ramps are within 5 miles. Shopping, shows and family fun (including Silver Dollar City) are only 20 miles away in famous Branson, Mo.
Community water, sewer electric are available to the property. Feel free to drive by and walk the property any time. It is across the street from the local water Tower.
To Buy This Property
|Click the above “Purchase Request” button.|
Send us an e-mail with the following information:
1) How you want to pay (check, debit card, or credit card).
2) The e-mail address where you want the invoice sent.
3) The name(s) you want to be reflected on the deed as as the legal property owner.
4) The owner address you want reflected on the deed.
4) Your phone number so we can reach out confirm receipt of payment and the deed transfer process.
The Next Steps in Process:
|1) You will be sent an invoice by our Intuit Quick payment processing service. The invoice will have a “Click to Pay” link to enable you to pay through Inuit QuickBooks card processing service.|
|2) Once payment is confirmed by the payment processing service, we have the Deed prepared. We send a copy of the notarized Deed to you by e-mail along with a receipt for your payment. We send the original Deed to the county to be recorded. You will receive a tracking number from us when the Deed is sent to the county. We pay all recording fees and transfer taxes.|
|3) Once the county records the Deed, the original Deed will be sent to you by USPS Priority mail. You will receive a tracking #. The recording process usually takes 2 to 4 weeks.|
Cape Fair, MO 3 mi
Branson, MO 20 mi
Mule Barn Dr Cape Fair, MO 65624
Cape Fair Village Phase 1 Lot 34
Approx. 185 x 170 Feet
Paved Public Road
Approx GPS Location 36.725520, -93.476497
HOA ($45 / Quarter)
Purchase Information / Fees
The purchase price must be paid according to the terms above. To pay by check instead of credit card – call us at the phone # below.
Seller will pay all closing and recording costs when closed directly by us. Buyer pays all closing cost if closed using a 3rd party or title company.
Estimated annual taxes and assessments are: $50 taxes + $180 HOA dues
Important Pre-Buy Information
This property is sold “As Is” and “Where Is”. Read the information on this page about the property, city, area and available services. Click the links provided or using the contract information below to learn more.
Link to Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCR’s): Click Here
Local Utility and Governmental Contacts
- Edgewater Village Homeowners Association:
- Water & Sewer:
- Ozark Electric Cooperative, Inc: 417-538-2273 / Website
- Stone County Planning & Zoning: 123-456-7890 / Website
- Stone County Tax Collector: 417-357-6124 / Website
- Stone County Assessor: 417-357-6145 / Website
Nearby Towns & Attractions
Cape Fair, MO
Cape Fair is an unincorporated community in Stone County, Missouri located on Route 76 on the James River arm of Table Rock Lake. The community, with a population of about 1,500 of is part of the Branson, Missouri Micropolitan Area having a population of about 84,000. The name for the town was derived from an Indian interpretation of the point where Flat Creek and the James River join. ” Perfect Cape” or ” Fair Cape”.
It is a town with rich history, details of which can be found in this this article link , portions of which are below.
The first pioneer to the area was Frenchman James Yoachum in 1790. The first settlers were John B. Williams, Zachariah Henson and Elijah Todd families, who came from Tennessee in 1835. William T. Stone, for whom the count was named, arrived about the same time.
Cape Fair was the first permanent settlement in the county with the original settlement located on the banks of Flat Creek just above where it meets the James River, now known as Point 15 on Table Rock Lake. The settlement was flooded out in 1884, and later moved to its current location on the bluffs above. The new town of Cape Fair was platted in 1892. Several of the original buildings, including the old post office, still stand today. The old school house built in 1886 has been preserved and is attached to the Cape Fair Community Building and local volunteer Fire Station.
Table Rock Dam was completed in 1959, changing Flat Creek and the James River into what is now Table Rock Lake. The area changed from excellent float fishing to excellent lake fishing. The town of Cape Fair soon became known as the “Bass Capital of the World”, a destination for fishermen and tourists alike. Today Cape Fair is still recognized as one of the best bass fishing areas in the country. Cape Fair offers resort lodging, restaurants, public marina, campground, guides and all other services.
Table Rock Lake
With tree-lined shores, crystal clear water and hidden beaches, Table Rock Lake is one of the Branson’s top destinations. It has approximately 43,000 acres of surface area and has more than 750 miles of shoreline, depending on the water level.
Enjoy boating, fishing, sailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, camping, hiking and sightseeing in this beautiful Ozarks vacation spot. There are over 100 resorts adjacent to Table Rock Lake, as well as ample campsites.
Beaches: With almost 800 miles of shoreline, Table Rock Lake has many beautiful spots for taking a dip in its crystal clear water. Cape Fair, just off Highway 75, offers wide-open water for plenty of swimming. Many of the campsites also have swimming areas.
Boats & Marinas: Whether you’re looking for active water sports, a quiet day fishing or a SCUBA diving adventure, Table Rock Lake has ample options for boat and equipment rentals. The State Park Marina rents everything from fishing boats and wave runners to water skis and inner tubes. You can also try parasailing or hop on the Spirit of America, a 48-foot-catamaran, for a guided afternoon excursion. The Indian Point Marina rents a variety of boats including the popular pontoon boats, and offers a ship store and gas dock if you need to resupply your own boat.
Camping: Experience waterfront beauty and quiet woodlands at one of Table Rock Lake’s numerous campsites and RV parks. Table Rock State Park has two campgrounds and features basic and sewer/electric/water campsites. They also offer specials at the State Park Marina. If you’re looking for a great spot to park your RV, the Table Rock Lake Campground has full hook-ups (including Wi-Fi) and offers year-round parking in addition to reasonable monthly rates.
Fishing: Table Rock Lake is nationally renowned as a top fishing spot. Large numbers of Kentucky spotted bass and white bass thrive in its diverse underwater structure and immense forage base. Crappie and large bluegill are caught in abundance. Catfish of all sizes also roam the lake bottom. Many area resorts and marinas can connect you with an experienced fishing guide to help make the most of your fishing experience. If you enjoy tournament fishing, there are hundreds of regional and local tournaments held on Table Rock Lake each year including a major B.A.S.S. tournament.
Table Rock Lake visitor information link
Branson, MO / Silver Dollar City
Branson is a one-of-a kind place located in the heart of the beautiful Missouri Ozark Mountains. If you are looking for family fun, you will find it here. It is filled with things to do, show to see and places to eat.
Branson is world renowned for the sights and sounds of their numerous live music shows and acts at theaters and venues throughout the area. These include the Sights & Sounds theater, Dolly Parton’s Stampede dinner theater, Clay Cooper’s Country Express or aet dinner while watching a show and cruising Table Rock lake aboard the Showboat Branson Belle.
If the legend of the Titanic intrigues you, visit the Titanic Museum to see a moving tribute to the ship, crew and passengers. Speaking of museums, take a trip down memory lane at the World’s Largest Toy Museum or take a peek at the lifelike celebrities in the Hollywood Was Museum.
Or if you prefer the outdoors, give The Butterfly Palace, a tropical rain forest filled with frogs, lizards, and beautiful, beautiful butterflies. Or, get wet and wild at the White Water park with everything from Dive-In Movies to Fireworks.
Some of the best restaurants in Branson include Florentina’s Ristorante Italiano, Fall Creek Steak and Catfish House, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen and so may more available at this link.
Click Here to learn about Things To Do, Things To See, and to Eat in Branson
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Silver Dollar City is an internationally awarded 1880s-style theme park located in Branson, Missouri, that features over 40 thrilling rides & attractions, live shows & concerts, 100 resident craftsmen demonstrating America’s heritage crafts, 18 award-winning restaurants and 60 unique shops – all sitting atop one of Missouri’s deepest caves. World-class festivals and events are showcased from spring through Christmas – during which the park is illuminated with over 6.5 million lights!