It's hard to beat this log home nestled into the oak timber just a few miles north of Wheatland, Missouri. Located over a mile back from the public road, your first impression of the house is the welcoming ambiance of the full length covered front porch. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is constructed of gasketed oak logs and offers a tight, efficient package. Upon entering the home, you'll first be drawn to the massive stone hearth and heavy duty fireplace insert. Stout open oak beams across the living room ceiling give the home a lodge feel, extending across the kitchen as well. The open concept kitchen/dining room combo transitions to the living room, providing a roomy space. A hallway leads to the master bed and bath suite, which has its own private door onto the screened in back porch. The current owner has enclosed part of the back porch to create a laundry and storage area, and this can be maintained as is, or opened back up if you prefer additional porch space. In addition to the well crafted home, you'll also appreciate the storage and convenience of the 30' x 30' shop with a full concrete floor and electric service. Outside, several miles of trails wind through the timber, affording access to the deer stands, wet weather creeks, and gorgeous scenery found throughout. A very moderate timber harvest has resulted in some excellent oak regeneration and the kind of dense, brushy habitat and browse favored by mature whitetails. The rolling topography offers that perfect combination of enough elevation change to provide a bigger feel, but a gentle enough grade to easily traverse. I found plenty of signs of deer and turkey on this property, but if the 100 acres doesn't feel big enough, you'll appreciate knowing that there are thousands of acres of public land less than a mile away, as well as multiple boat ramps and fishing accesses.